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RE: Residential fridge

I have the residential fridge and it works great off the inverter when I am towing. I have the stock Interstate deep cycle rv battery from the dealer.
Campinfan 10/18/21 09:32am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Flying J frustrations - Alternatives?

I have used Love's, Speedway, Fuelmaster and other truck stops. I just wish my credit cards worked at the truck pumps.
Campinfan 10/02/21 02:56pm General RVing Issues
RE: Extended Warranty: Why do I need it?

I will be in the minority here. I normally do not get the extended warranties but I did get it with my current rig. I got it because it has a residential fridge which will not fit through the door should it need replacing. Also, it has the hydraulic leveling system. Well about 2+ yrs after buying it, the slides started to malfunction and literally started coming out while driving on the highway. fast forward to me calling dealer and them telling me it was about 3 months before I could bring it in but because I had an extended warranty I could take it anyplace I wanted. I found a repair place in Toledo and dropped the trailer off 2 weeks later. @ weeks after that, the rig was fixed and the bill was over $3000.00. I paid a small deductible. So this time it worked for me. All in all, I saved over a grand. The does not mean I am sold on the warranties. If I had a simpler trailer, like I used to, then no I would not have gotten the warranty. The best thing I can say is to look at what you have in there that can go bad and what the replacement cost might be. Air conditioning units, 2-way refrigerators, water heaters can all be replaced without costing a fortune. The warranty company was easy to deal with. I must have gotten lucky.
Campinfan 09/13/21 11:55am Beginning RVing
RE: Big Tires pulling Small tires.

When I was a cop, I stopped a guy for speeding. When he went to court, he said he was a rocket scientist (and I think he really was based on where I was a cop) and that my radar clocked his tires which were smaller than his car and the tires were going faster than the car which is larger. The judge at one point, may have been off the record, said in a joking manner that we were doing "radar" all wrong. I replied that is the reason we have stop signs and red lights--so the car can catch up to the tires.
Campinfan 09/10/21 08:51am Towing
RE: 3rd AC

have you pulled the inside covers off your AC to see if the ducts are blocked or if some of the cold air is mixing with the hot air. I just saw some videos today on airflow systems ( pretty sure that was the name). Maybe something like that product will help. I saw some videos on youtube about them.
Campinfan 08/19/21 07:46pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: New 5er coming

I found pulling a 5th wheel more relaxing than the travel trailer. Maybe it was the switch to a diesel. Either way, bring it over here by Ann Arbor so I can see your new rig. lol. When we go out East West or South, we tend to go far away and I do all the driving. I can drive 14 plus hours...not that I prefer that, but sometimes that is what I have to do. Its not so bad with a fifth wheel. Enjoy the new rig and truck.
Campinfan 08/19/21 07:43pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Fridge lock

I use a bungee cord but mine has this weird end that you insert the bungee cord through the hole and then pull it down 90 degrees to a channel that locks it into place. I run this cord through the two side by side doors and the lower freezer door. Its called an adjustable bungee cord...
Campinfan 08/15/21 07:19pm Fifth-Wheels
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