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RE: Anyone using a Curt Echo brake controller?

Anyways I forgot to ask is the Curt Echo is nice and proportional or is it jerky like $50 plug in controllers. Since it is just another controller that uses an accelerometer, it is in the JerkaMatic class.
Lynnmor 06/20/21 03:08pm Towing
RE: MIA...

Maybe the two tanks are plumbed together. Maybe there is only one tank. Maybe you have an electric dump valve.
Lynnmor 06/19/21 04:19pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Tires - Freedom Hauler

I just looked under my rock and found Endurance tires in stock on Amazon, as well as numerous other suppliers. Try Google and see for yourself before commenting.
Lynnmor 06/16/21 04:00pm Travel Trailers
RE: Tires - Freedom Hauler

I don't know if you used an RV dealer or a tire dealer, but I just bought Goodyear Endurance tires with no problem. I would rather have made in USA tires, I'm sure you are being offered tires from you know where.
Lynnmor 06/16/21 01:45pm Travel Trailers
RE: How critical is axle ratio?

If you are within the trucks ratings, talk of increased stress is a red herring. The manufacturers have designed to account for it. Is that why all trucks last forever? :D
Lynnmor 06/16/21 05:43am Tow Vehicles
RE: 3500 lb. axle castle nut

There is no need to apply the 50 lb. ft. unless you just replaced the bearing races. The idea is to make sure the bearings are completely pushed in place. Just a firm tightening with a channel lock pliers, and then back off is all that is needed on subsequent work. The final adjustment is to have the least amount of play possible, but no preload.
Lynnmor 06/16/21 02:19am Tech Issues
RE: F150 Lightening

I figured 35% efficiency for combustion engines. 337,000,000 gals x 35% What percentage did you use for the electrical side of the equation?
Lynnmor 06/15/21 07:48am Tow Vehicles
RE: F150 Lightening

So will we need 15 more stations this size equivalent? I'm not that smart in math - You forgot to figure the power losses in the electrical grid, and you also need to allow for the losses in the vehicle, they are not 100% efficient.
Lynnmor 06/14/21 06:21pm Tow Vehicles
RE: When to change oil

This thread gets funnier by the day! They haven't even got into the debate about socket size for the front fuel filter here yet , whether you should go 28MM or 1*1/8" :B 1-1/8" is way too loose, let the debate start here. :p
Lynnmor 06/12/21 08:07am Tow Vehicles
RE: Screws backing out

Further to the good advice above, I would ask why they are coming out, and why they are stripped. That could be a red flag. Pull a few right out and look at the threads. They should be clean and metal color. But if they are blackened or rusty, you have a water leak problem. The screws are coming out because the wood is wet and rotting and no longer holds the screw. If you do find rusty screws it might be a good idea to remove the entire trim strip and see why the water is getting in. There should be an effective sealant behind the entire strip. I have fixed the hole problem by forcing Bondo fiberglass in and redrilling after it is hard.
Lynnmor 06/11/21 07:41am Tech Issues
RE: Is Facebook killing this site?

I don’t use Facebook and I don’t like it at all. The Washington Post journalists note that, in addition to normal information, Facebook also stores information about visits to sites that are related to a person's personal life, for example, sites of insurance agencies and fertility clinics. They keep ALL information possible. The Washington Post is a sorry organization as well.
Lynnmor 06/09/21 07:14am Around the Campfire
RE: 6 ply or 10 ply. Would I see a difference?

I am running Goodyear Wranglers Territory AT OEM tires. Max load 2756 lbs. Max pressure 51psi. Load Range Standard load. I have been running with 50 psi on the tires while towing. MC I believe those are actually extra load passenger car tires.
Lynnmor 06/08/21 12:39pm Towing
RE: Weight Distribution Hitch

If you are on a flat surface that is reasonably level you can make the adjustments. Get it close and then take your tools with you and find a parking lot to do the final work. Don’t use a level, instead use a tape measure and make your trailer parallel to the pavement.
Lynnmor 06/05/21 01:25pm Towing
RE: F150 Lightening

Meanwhile, even if all we do is move the pollution source and waste heat away from where people are to somewhere they are not we have at least made cities more comfortable and healthier to live in. I guess those country folks count for nothing. Sad.
Lynnmor 06/05/21 06:17am Tow Vehicles
RE: F150 Lightening

Not my problem Tell the Big guy, https://youtu.be/36q3c1_8Fe0 Best reason yet to buy a diesel.
Lynnmor 06/04/21 08:10am Tow Vehicles
RE: Regular Microwaves vs RV Microwaves

Most RV microwaves are cheap junk, the one thing that may be different is that there may be venting for those mounted in a cabinet. If you buy one meant for home use, be sure that it will vent properly.
Lynnmor 06/04/21 08:01am Beginning RVing
RE: KZ Connect C231RBKSE Refrigerator Quit Working

Our dealer is only a couple miles away. I’d rather not start messing with fuses. We picked up the TT April 1st, so yes covered under warranty. The refrigerator appears to kick on with propane. Everything appears normal as far as lights on the dor angel n inside fridge light comes on when button is pushed to Auto electric, Not sure why you would ask for help if you won't even change a fuse. If it "appears" normal on propane, then simply look to see if there is a flame burning. If there is a flame and still no cooling, the refrigerator needs major work or replacement.
Lynnmor 06/04/21 07:52am Travel Trailers
RE: Travel Trailer Brake Problem

It is a 2018 TT so I am hesitant about rewiring the whole thing. I will explore the whole system again. I can never reduplicate it without driving hundreds of miles. I appreciate all the suggestions. I thought about replacing the magnet in the suspected wheel first. Your first post said "2008 TT", never the less if you think these things are made correctly think again. My KZ had one brake wire crimped on the insulation, so only three worked. Since your controller reported a disconnect, I would think that three brakes working would not cause the warning. Also, a short is probably not the issue.
Lynnmor 06/03/21 11:13am Travel Trailers
RE: Black Tank Dump Valve

If I recall correctly, the roof top vent cap is attached to the vent pipe with screws. So it seems unlikely that the pipe slipped down; however, if it did, then the vent cap should be missing. At any rate, I'll check out this possibility. For some information Google: rv vent pipe slipping
Lynnmor 06/03/21 11:06am Tech Issues
RE: Black Tank Dump Valve

Do you turn off the water to the black tank rinse before opening the valve? Could be the incoming water is building pressure inside the tank and binding the valve. Good thought. The tank has a vent thru the roof and can only build pressure if that vent is blocked. What can happen is that the vent pipe slipped down into the tank and is now under water, or even worse, resting on the bottom.
Lynnmor 06/03/21 07:29am Tech Issues
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