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RE: Fresh water system

Look for a valve either at the water inlet or by the pump that allows the water to fill the tank. Not the same vehicle but mine has a valve at the pump that directs the flow to the tank.
wildtoad 07/16/19 06:01pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Reliability of propane and water in slide

Haven’t had mine as long as the above posts but mine has sink, stove/oven, wh in the kitchen slide, full wall slide has refer. After 3 years all good.
wildtoad 07/16/19 07:46am Class C Motorhomes
RE: RV Tank Maintenance

Happy Camper seems to do a good job, use plenty of water. I’ve cubes do zip, nada, zilch.
wildtoad 07/15/19 02:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Newmar Ventana LE Recommended Tire Pressures

...Is there an opinion as to what weights are best both for smooth driving/safety and diesel mileage I’ll add in tire wear, tire longevity The pressures on the placard are your best bet to achieve your stated goals. Lowering your pressures can give you a better ride, but may affect other objectives. Keep in mind the tire chart simply states the minimum pressure required to support the weight. No other factors included.
wildtoad 07/14/19 05:27am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Connecting to the internet

Most campgrounds that offer free WIFI / internet are totally under powered to handle the demand. Most people want to treat CG internet as if they were at their home and stream video, download updates, or other bandwidth intensive tasks. If you have a real need to have fast internet then be prepared to provide it yourself.
wildtoad 07/11/19 06:57pm Technology Corner
RE: Opinion on Resort Fees ?

No different than Sirius radio advertising a cheap rate then adding mandatory fees. One reason I’ll not do business with them.
wildtoad 07/11/19 05:30pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Fan recommendations?

Small clip on fans outside will be next to worthless as far as moving air, especially enough air to keep you cool(er). Fans are good for keeping flying/biting critters at bay as well, but again you need a lot of air, moving at a nice clip. We use a big 3 speed round stationary fan that sits on the floor, some use an oscillating fan on a stand/pole. Can’t help on the inside fan issue. Every MH I had until this one had fans in the front. Not much air, a bit noisy.
wildtoad 07/08/19 12:53pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Best Location for MaxxAir Covers?

Why not cover every vent? Helps cut down on heat, keep them open more often, helps keep the vent covers from damage.
wildtoad 07/08/19 12:45pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Who has a good RV oven

We love ours. Best bread box we have ever had. In three years the oven has never been on.
wildtoad 07/05/19 03:08pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Propane Tank on my Minnie. Should I replace it?

Nothing wrong with the tank or valve. It would look better if you removed the rust and painted it, but that’s up to you. As mentioned, find a more knowledgeable propane dealer.
wildtoad 07/03/19 12:39pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Slide tilting question

FWIW ON MY Bay Star Sport mh, when I put the bed slide out I have to push the top of the slide to get it flush. The slide topper is taught as yours appears to be. I’d adjust the slide topper to see if it helps. For me, no big deal to push the slide.
wildtoad 06/30/19 05:46am Tech Issues
RE: How long to return to camping after open heart surgery

If haven’t already, have your cardiologist sign you up for Cardiac Rehab, covered by most if not all insurance policies. The actual number of sessions will vary by company. . They put you through a series of exercises to strengthen your heart, about 1/3 the way through the sessions you will feel great and be chomping at the bit to get out there and do what you need/want. Had quad in ‘97. Since then two of the bypasses need stents, one of them has closed. Went back into rehab in ‘17 and have continued going on my own since.
wildtoad 06/29/19 01:44pm RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: Gettysburg with kids

It has to be hard for young people to appreciate Gettysburg until they know and understand the importance of the battle and time. Perhaps the museum/visitor center will provide a good experience. Not sure the trip through the battle fields and all the state monuments will be of interest. Expect a lot of questions like Why?
wildtoad 06/26/19 02:05pm Family Camping
RE: Slide out, store in, or out?

Not a TT but just the same... Store them in. Less chance of storm damage, water intrusion, and the chance for critters and birds making their homes in the slide mechanism (depending on how your slides work). This is more relevant in the spring nest building times. You should consider draining your water tank, water heater as part of your storing routine.
wildtoad 06/23/19 02:04pm Tech Issues
RE: awning advice

Does your awning unhook from the side of the trailer? Most manual awnings do, and the arms become vertical supports you can stake to the ground.
wildtoad 06/23/19 10:08am Travel Trailers
RE: How do you begin to plan for extended road trips?

We’ve found that 300 miles a day is too much. My days of seeing how long I can go are behind me. Others will go farther. We figure 50 mph is a good number counting stops for biological, food, fuel needs. Don’t like getting anywhere after dark, or feeling rushed to get somewhere. A two night stop every couple of days gives time to rest and see some along the way.
wildtoad 06/19/19 04:02pm Beginning RVing
RE: Rooftop ac repair

I suspect new ones are in order. Seems that you and/or previous owners have gotten your monies worth out of those units.
wildtoad 06/19/19 12:37pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Batteries

It is if the batteries are 6 volt in which two batteries are connected in series to develop 12v.
wildtoad 06/19/19 12:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Amazon Prime and Alexa

I really don’t want indoor cameras controllable by an outside ( trusted ? ) entity, nor do I want some to have the ability to listen to every word I say.
wildtoad 06/19/19 05:36am Technology Corner
RE: Cable TV surge protection

So maybe they don’t have scattered thunderstorms that pop up quickly in the desert south west. Personally I’m not sure anything really will protect the coax if the cable is struck by lightning unless you unplug from the post. PIA.
wildtoad 06/17/19 03:07pm Tech Issues
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