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RE: Water Heater Problems

Your hot water heater bypass is likely partially open.
IB853347201 01/15/21 08:32am Travel Trailers
RE: Trailer hitch pin

Most hitch pins and locking hitch pins are rated by class, just like the hitch which provides the weight rating.
IB853347201 01/11/21 08:05am Travel Trailers
RE: Standard definition tv

Why not contact Direct TV and ask?
IB853347201 01/02/21 08:59am Technology Corner
RE: Laptop Stripped Screw ?????

Get a portable hard drive that plugs into the USB and call it a day.
IB853347201 12/28/20 07:17am Technology Corner
RE: Newfoundland

Nope
IB853347201 12/17/20 02:31am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: low coolant / add water?

Definitely add coolant. Do not add water.
IB853347201 12/15/20 03:48am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Extended boarder restrictions, well into 2021

Man, this whole topic is just getting a bit tiresome. Ridiculous closing the land border when anyone can fly in. And with the way cases are skyrocketing in Canada, obviously having no effect. Won't be long we'll be matching the US #'s per capita.
IB853347201 12/02/20 11:40am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Cant get parts shipped from USA to Canada

Did you contact the seller on Ebay? Often a seller will ship via USPS if you call them and ask. Have done it many times.
IB853347201 11/23/20 05:55am Snowbirds
RE: Roadside Assistance Plans Specific Coverage

The FMCA Roadside Assistance Plan does reimburse you for lodging and meals in the event of a breakdown. see benefit details below, TRIP INTERRUPTION BENEFITS In the event of a RV mechanical breakdown, Company will reimburse Member up to three hundred dollars ($300) per day for a maximum of five(5) days ($1,500 total) for lodging and meals when the customer is more than one hundred (100) miles from home and the vehicle must be kept for repairs at the li-censed repair facility. Member must submit receipts and verification of repairs to Company for benefit reimbursement. This benefit is limited to one (1) incident per any given twelve (12) month period during the term of your membership.
IB853347201 11/05/20 06:36am Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Snowbird Refunds

If I were you I would have called and asked by now,,,,
IB853347201 11/01/20 05:32am Snowbirds
RE: looking for music app alternative to google play

On your PC, go to Google Play, log in, and download your purchased tunes in mp3 format. Copy them to your phone and then play them using the android music app, which is free.
IB853347201 10/24/20 07:20am Technology Corner
RE: Dolly towing and leveling jacks

No.
IB853347201 10/21/20 07:17am Class A Motorhomes
RE: New Wiper Blades

Why would anyone want to go with a smaller wiper blade and reduce their visibility just to save a few bucks? Seems foolish to me...
IB853347201 09/26/20 09:00am Class A Motorhomes
RE: This cartoon sums it up for Canadians

I don't think its funny, just sad.....
IB853347201 09/25/20 06:13am Snowbirds
RE: Hymer - Servicing in Ontario

you could try Owasco RV just the other side of Oshawa. They service and sell many makes and models including many class B's.
IB853347201 09/21/20 06:22am General RVing Issues
RE: Hymer - Servicing in Ontario

What issues, specifically, are they having?
IB853347201 09/17/20 05:42am General RVing Issues
RE: Well water

An RV water softener would likely solve your issues.
IB853347201 09/12/20 08:12am Travel Trailers
RE: Class C Rocky Mountains ??

We've traveled all across Canada in our 30ft Class C towing a Saturn. On one tour we headed west thru Northern Ontario, Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary and then toured Banff, Lake Louise and Jasper. We then traveled over the Rockies to Vancouver. Headed south over the border then back ease from Seattle, Yellowstone, back over the Rockies and eventually home. A lot of big mountain passes. Used Cruise Control when I could but generally not when climbing the big ones. Used Tow mode on occasion. Class C was on the Ford V10 chassis, no issues at all. We just took our time on the big climbs. Make sure you book into appropriate RV parks ahead of time. Tunnel Mountain in Banff is great.
IB853347201 09/05/20 06:06am Class C Motorhomes
RE: 32 Foot Class A vs 32 Foot Class C

The biggest difference we found between a Class A and a Class C was the chassis they were built on and subsequently the way they drove and handled. Both, depending on the layouts and features can be equally livable. However, Class C's tend to be built on light truck chassis with 16.5 inch wheels, which mostly drive and ride exactly like a truck. Not pleasant and usually exhausting. Class A's for the most part are built on a MH chassis, with 22.5 inch wheels, with a much better ride and handling. Much more fun to drive.
IB853347201 08/26/20 06:12am Beginning RVing
RE: Mission View RV Park Tucson Arizona

We stayed at Mission View RV park last March. Mission View staff was extremely friendly and accommodating and it is a fairly nice large park with paved roads and large sites throughout. The park is a 50/50 mix of permanent mobile homes and RV sites. RV sites are long and level and mostly gravel. Although a bit dated, the rec hall, billiard room, and pool are well maintained. They generally have a busy schedule of activites throughout the winter months. It is a nice spot and many who had been there for the winter said they were coming back. I wouldn't hesitate to return.
IB853347201 08/22/20 10:46am Family Camping
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