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RE: Beech Lane Levelers

Beech Lane are less likely to break compare to the Andersen levelers. I've seen multiple broken Andersens. This is true, I've been there. Anderson did replace them with no questions asked other than send them a picture of the broken levelers.
264SRinPA 09/19/20 09:10am Travel Trailers
RE: Fed up with tire blow outs!!!

I've never had a blowout in 15 years. Do you check your air pressure before every trip? You might want to invest in a tire pressure monitoring system.
264SRinPA 09/07/20 02:57pm Travel Trailers
RE: Towing Travel Trailers

I tow a 38' Grand Design Reflection travel trailer. Looking at the model you're interested in, make sure you have at least a 3/4 ton truck. Grand Designs tend to be tongue heavy. Get at least a 1200lb or 1400lb Equal-i-zer hitch. The tongue weight on our Reflection is about 1800lbs. Don't let the dealer talk you into anything less.
264SRinPA 06/21/20 08:56am Travel Trailers
RE: Virginia State Park Campgrounds Reopening On May 22

Starting to see more of this from states. While lock downs extend into June they are changing their minds about opening state parks for Memorial Day. A lot of people have already reserved sites at state parks and I bet states don't want to give up all the money they would have to refund. They don't want to lose money but they don't care about all the small businesses that are losing money.
264SRinPA 05/09/20 03:02pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Combination weight rating

Your truck likely has the 10k GVW package. This is a sticker weight derating meant for those that use the vehicle for business use.10k is the defining line for the definition of commercial vehicle. All F250's have a GVWR of 10k they are not derated. And not every state is commercial over 10k. My F350 is 11.5k, not commercial. An F450 is 14k, not commercial. For that matter, I can have a class 8 Kenworth and register non commercial as long as it's for private use and not used to make money.
264SRinPA 05/09/20 02:48pm Towing
RE: Hitch set up

A hitch with sway control will help stop sway before it starts. The sway control on your truck kicks in after the sway has started to help from losing control of the truck. If your relying on the trucks sway control, you're already in trouble.
264SRinPA 05/09/20 02:31pm Towing
RE: What to look for when inspecting a used TT for purchase

As others have said, water leaks. Do yourself a favor and spend $25-$30 for a moisture meter. It can find moisture problems thru the walls, the floor and ceiling that you can't see with your eyes.
264SRinPA 05/09/20 02:10pm Travel Trailers
RE: Boondockers Dream On

If they come with the blonde in the video, I'd buy one, maybe two.
264SRinPA 05/09/20 01:59pm Travel Trailers
RE: Bunkhouse TT Suggestions

All Grand Designs have full size queen beds.
264SRinPA 05/09/20 01:31pm Travel Trailers
RE: Pa Open for Camping

PA might sort of be open for camping unless you prefer State Parks. Hot off the presses. The yellow area are 24 of the 67 counties in the Northwest and North central part of the state. For all others, looks like sometime in June.........maybe. Sure are using the word "Indefinitly" a lot. "State park and forest facilities including offices, campgrounds, and the Nature Inn at Bald Eagle in the counties in the yellow phase will be open to the public on May 15. Cabins in the yellow areas will not open until June 12, to allow returning staff the ability to thoroughly clean them and prepare them for use. Campgrounds and cabins in all other state parks will remain closed. With the exception of one restroom in each day use area and marina, all state park and forest facilities outside of the counties in the yellow phase will remain closed until changes are made consistent with Obergruppenfuhrer Wolf’s guidelines for reopening. The public can still access DCNR trails, lakes, rivers, streams, forests, roads, and parking areas statewide for recreation." Playgrounds and Nature Play Areas All playgrounds and nature play areas statewide will remain closed indefinitely. Interpretive Centers and Ampitheaters All interpretive centers and amphitheaters statewide will remain closed indefinitely. Group Camping All group camping facilities statewide will remain closed closed indefinitely. Swimming Beaches Swimming beaches statewide will be closed until June 6. Swimming Pools DCNR is still in discussions with the Pennsylvania Department of Health to determine swimming pool openings, and what the recommended guidance will be for use of pools. Programs and Events All programs, events, and large gatherings at state parks and forests in counties that are designated red are cancelled through June 15. Based on availability, organizers will have the option to reschedule later in the year. No new reservations for these activities are being taken. In counties designated yellow, any events with more than 25 people will be cancelled. If the event is under 25 people and outdoors it will be allowed to occur, however any indoor events will be cancelled. Pavilions Consistent with obergruppenfuhrer Wolf’s guidelines for reopening, facilities such as pavilions will only be available for groups under 25 and will be on a first come first serve basis. Picnic tables in state parks will be dispersed to allow room to spread out and avoid crowds. COVID-19 and Outdoor Recreation Reminders Campsites and cabins should only be used by members living in the same household as part of COVID-19 mitigation efforts. People who live in areas still under stay-at-home orders should not travel long distances for outdoor recreation, and instead should look for opportunities close to home. My understanding is all Pa state parks will be open on May 22. Cabins and many other things in the parks will not open until later this summer. They haven't really said what will happen with the restrooms.
264SRinPA 05/06/20 04:33pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Battery?

6 volt is king. Wrong, no comparison to lithium.
264SRinPA 05/06/20 04:02pm Travel Trailers
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