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RE: sway bar instructions

Then there are all those popular, expensive brands that can't be adjusted for slippery conditions.
Lynnmor 09/26/20 11:03am Travel Trailers
RE: Near tragic event!!

Put a real torque wrench on the other wheels and see just how tight you made them. My guess is over tightening is the issue. When you had the new tires installed, was there another party involved?
Lynnmor 09/26/20 07:34am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Crater of Diamonds State Park, arkansas

How does one spot a diamond amongst all that dirt and other stones? They have wash stations under roof where you can bring buckets of dirt.
Lynnmor 09/25/20 06:22pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 50 Amp service question

The The two air conditioners are on one leg does that mean the other appliances are on the other leg? It means that the manufacturer just didn’t care. You will have to do the checking to see what each breaker is connected to.
Lynnmor 09/25/20 04:58pm General RVing Issues
RE: Servicing Wheel Bearings

While servicing my trailer bearings I got to wondering why our cars and trucks don't have the same maintenance schedule. There is no difference in design or quality so why the big difference in mileage or time? Components are designed to carry a a specific weight. When is the last time you serviced your car bearings, never? Boat trailers I can understand because of possible water intrusion. The design of some trailer spindles is faulty and the cheap Chinese wheel bearings are of very poor quality. My 41 year old van has the original USA made bearings that get serviced when the brakes are replaced. My trailer had wasted bearings after the first long trip.
Lynnmor 09/24/20 05:24pm Tech Issues
RE: EMS/Surge Protection or.... TPMS???

Decided on the TPMS. Installed it today. Got the EezTire one. I really like that it is totally wireless. The deciding factor was the issue of safety to self and others. An EMS will protect our own stuff, but the notion of the TPMS protecting others, in the event of a catastrophic blowout, tipped the scale in favor of that product. Maybe next year I'll get the EMS. Thanks for playing along. -Speak Good decision, the TPMS is a safety device and the EMS might protect some cheap junk RV electronics.
Lynnmor 09/24/20 08:33am Tech Issues
RE: Fresh water problem

Is there a water filter that may be disgusting?
Lynnmor 09/24/20 08:26am Travel Trailers
RE: Recent wonderful trip

It is amazing how bad bears smell in the hot summer. Here is a photo of the smelly visitors to a friends house in Potter County, PA. https://i.imgur.com/im6Ccf8l.jpg
Lynnmor 09/22/20 06:06pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Multiple blowouts in short time

It was truly sad how poor our alignment was done out of the factory. They screw in six bolts.... done!
Lynnmor 09/22/20 05:49pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Battery question

Two brand new 12v batteries in parallel. The meter on my leveling system shows 12.1 and my handheld tester shows 11.8. Should there be this difference? Have been plugged into 50amp shore power for three days What is the voltage at the batteries while plugged in to shore power?
Lynnmor 09/22/20 08:06am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Suspension hardware

At the 2 minute mark, he is tightening the bolt with an impact. I see him using the impact wrench on the nut and holding the bolt head in place with an open end wrench.
Lynnmor 09/20/20 04:43pm Travel Trailers
RE: Suspension hardware

"Wet" bolt replacement video. No new bushings. Installation of the Redline Wet Equalizer Bolt - etrailer.com You could tell that the bushings were shot in that video. They should have been replaced and also the bolts are made to be drawn into the shackles and should not have been tightened at the bold head. Not a very professional install job there. Yes, the bushings should have been replaced, but he did not turn the bolt head.
Lynnmor 09/20/20 01:39pm Travel Trailers
RE: Head light not working.

We have 1 high beam headlight not working. We replaced the bulb, checked the fuses. What else could it be? Maybe your Harley has only one headlight. :W Wiring to the headlight would be my guess, that includes the ground.
Lynnmor 09/20/20 11:25am Tech Issues
RE: Roadside Assistance Programs

I have AAA but I read, AAA is not available in all the states(?). I had AAA for many years, when I inquired about RV coverage they said it is not available here in PA. AAA has numerous auto clubs and they each have their own rules. I dropped them and went with Coach Net till they jacked up the rates.
Lynnmor 09/20/20 11:20am General RVing Issues
RE: We have a toilet issue......

We bought a new Mallard mh in '88. Bought a new Itasca in 2001. And another new Itasca in 2015. Never had a problem with the toilets in the Mallard or the 2001 Itasca, but in the 2015 Itasca both the seal and the fresh water valve in the toilet have gone bad, and they are not replaceable. It's a Thetford. I'm trying to find a new one. Because toilets come in different size configurations I went to a local RV Dealer. And was told that because of the Covid 19 they could not get net RV toilets for maybe a year. So I did some online shopping and ordered a Dometic, it came yesterday, and will not fit. The detailed dimensions are in the instructions. If the dimensions had been in with the sales information I would have not ordered that model. Not sure what we are going to do. Nowhere can I find dimensions published in any sales information. Dusty I looked up the Dometic 310 and the installation manual is available online with all the dimensions.
Lynnmor 09/20/20 07:55am Tech Issues
RE: AGE old AC question.

Will my house current run my AC? Answered again for me just a few minutes ago. Because you see when you forget to turn the AC off at the CG, and then a couple weeks later you need to cool the fridge. So you plug into the house. the AC instantly starts. It didn't hesitate, it didn't struggle. Just BAM and it was running full speed. So yeah. the house current will run the AC. I already knew that. BTW. I've done it for 20 years on 3 different campers. So you are the guy that is destroying all those campground outlets?
Lynnmor 09/18/20 02:39pm Travel Trailers
RE: Did I ruin my water heater, please help!

Hi all, just an update, I came back from camping last weekend and popped the "battery disconnect switch" that came standard in the RV, so far so good, 5 days later when turn the switch on the battery charge indicator shows 100% charge. I'm sure you know this but I'll say it anyway. The indicator will show 100% if the trailer is plugged regardless of the state of battery charge. The charge indicators are only a crude indication of actual charge. Be sure to use the disconnect switch as soon as possible after parking so that the maximum charge is retained. It does sound like you are successful.
Lynnmor 09/18/20 02:36pm Travel Trailers
RE: Bad air quality--finally taped a house filter on the A/C

Wildtoad, he's trying to mitigate the horrific air quality those of us in the west have been under for the last week. Wopachop, if I was out in the RV in this mess I would do the same thing. I would just go by the sound of the motor - if it's bogging too much then try something less restrictive. It's going to be a trade off, the more restriction the more potential stress on the motor but I would be trying to filter this lousy excuse for air too. Actually the motor has less to do with more restriction, just like a vacuum cleaner speeds up when the nozzle is closed off. Motor failure from less air flow would be caused by over-heating. I think the OP has the right idea, but I would use the MERV-11 filter and make it much larger.
Lynnmor 09/17/20 02:01am Tech Issues
RE: Sw6p water heater

Only happens when burner is fired up. I'll post a pic when I figure out how. The metal expands/warps from heat, warranty issue.
Lynnmor 09/14/20 08:27am Travel Trailers
RE: Sw6p water heater

I just installed brand new sw6p water heater and all went fine. Filled tank, lit pilot, burner came on, then a small trickle of water started coming out of burner tube. What's up with that?? Sounds like a warranty issue.
Lynnmor 09/13/20 03:01pm Travel Trailers
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