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RE: Shopping for a used TT. Experiences and Opinions

I looked at some new travel trailers the other day. What a bunch of junk. Talk about poor quality. Doors that fit at the bottom but were over lapping by an inch at the top. Doors that wouldn't latch because to much gap between the lock and the striker plate. Trim pulling loose, just really poor quality. I was just looking at floorplans, have no plan to buy new, especially after looking at the garbage that's out there. To much to choose from in the older used market.
supercub 06/17/22 10:55pm Travel Trailers
RE: What size generator to run AC??

Thanks for the replies, sounds like perhaps the best way is to get a couple of portable 2000 watt gens.
supercub 06/12/22 06:31pm Travel Trailers
RE: Diesel fuel prices … how is that affecting your RV travel ?

I just sold my 40 foot diesel pusher. A couple years ago it cost about 50 cents a mile in diesel, now it's doubled and costs $1.00 a mile. To expensive for me. Downsizing to a small travel trailer (just me and my dogs) and a gas truck to pull it with. Probably still won't be doing as much camping as I use too, but can go when I want.
supercub 06/12/22 06:29pm RV Lifestyle
What size generator to run AC??

Looking at buying a +/-28 foot travel trailer, with one AC unit. What size generator should I have to run the AC and lights, TV, etc? Thanks
supercub 06/09/22 06:34pm Travel Trailers
RE: New to 5th wheel, have questions !!

I haven't bought a truck yet, just thought a F-150 would be good, now I'm learning otherwise. Good info. Thanks
supercub 03/22/22 09:52am Fifth-Wheels
RE: New to 5th wheel, have questions !!

What did you use to tow the 25 footers? What kind of gas mileage did you get when towing? Thanks for the good info. I had 3- 25 foot fivers in a row. Great for getting into the forest service road camping places and they were great for mostly weekend camping we were doing then. They were also OK for a few 2 to 3 week vacations.. We had enough storage inside but They had very very little storage on the outside. AVoid any of the cheaper, lite built units. I had a 25 foot 1998 forest river Wildwood. I am a darn good handyman and can fix anything but that Wildwood was such a flimsy piece of junk it was literally falling apart and nobody could’ve kept it together. It had aluminum siding and when it was falling apart I could see there was no vapor barrier, just fiberglass batting And wind blew right through that POS. We learned our lesson and spent the money and got our first Sunny Brook and we’ve had two more sense. You’re definitely money ahead if you buy a heavier well-built unit the first time. Our last two fivers have been model 30s, actual 32 feet, and they have plenty of storage inside and out and all the creature comforts .:.with two slides. We’ve even done a lot of off-road camping with these 32 foot units and I wouldn’t want anything bigger or heavier, 15k lbs, that’s for sure. Craig
supercub 03/21/22 10:31pm Fifth-Wheels
New to 5th wheel, have questions !!

I've been RVing for 20 years all in Class A's, mostly diesel pushers. I'm planning on selling my current 38 ft diesel pusher and downsizing to a smaller 5th wheel. I'm thinking something in the 25 foot range or so. Planning on pulling it with an F-150. I'll be looking for a used unit and $15,000 or less. First question.........what should I be aware of a 5th wheel that might be different the a Class A that I'm familiar with.........such as, chassis, axles, hitches.......anything there to be on the lookout for? Best I can tell I'll be looking back to 2000 year or newer.........is there models to stay away from or ones that are better then others? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank You.
supercub 03/21/22 08:59pm Fifth-Wheels
Best Portable Satellite Dish for Direct TV?

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supercub 03/06/22 11:38am Class A Motorhomes
Best Portable Satellite Dish for Direct TV?

Looking for suggestions on the best portable Sat Dish to use with Direct TV.
supercub 03/06/22 11:38am Technology Corner
Coach Net, great service !!

Have been a Coach Net member for years but have never had to use it. On Christmas Day, I got my motor home stuck in mud next to my cousins house. Called Coach Net, very nice, friendly person ansered. After insuring them I was ok, and the RV was not a hazard, they assured me they'd call me back in 15-20 minutes after they found a tow company. Called me back and said they had found a tow company and they were on the way. They continued to call back every 20 minutes or so informing me of the location of the tow truck, with a final call once the truck was onsite. Chimas Tow in Sacramento got me pulled out. The driver was very nice and was very cautious in making sure no recovery damage occurred. I can't recommend this company enough. I couldn't have been happier with the service I received from Coach Net and Chimas Tow.I highly recommend them both.
supercub 12/28/21 09:25pm Class A Motorhomes
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