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RE: Best cell phone provider?

As far as range, Verizon. We've been in places camping that we had service, but others on other providers did not.
ReneeG 06/28/22 07:49am Technology Corner
RE: Fifth Wheel Hitch - tried searcing

Half of you are missing the point. OP is not worried about taking the hitch out of the truck. OP is concerned about the rails that are left installed on the bed floor after the hitch is removed. Not all 5th wheels are designed that way. Andersen Ultimate 5th wheel hitch in combination with a turnover ball style gooseneck hitch also leaves your bed open, like the suggestions of the other half of the people responding to this thread. Didn't miss his point. Our hitch, TrailerSave BD3, removes completely, and easily, leaving the flat bottom of the bed, no rails. Attaches to the puck system.
ReneeG 06/23/22 07:56am Truck Campers
RE: What Type Nail is This?

I have used many picture hooks, but none with a fancy nail. What is the purpose? The picture hangs on the HOOK. How does having a nail with a fancy washer, that looks like a sprocket, help the picture stay put? Seems from the pictures, that it just forces the head out the way. Dont know what to tell you other than this type of nail comes with the brackets for picture hanging. The package is labeled Professional Pucture Hangers by Ook.
ReneeG 06/21/22 03:15pm Travel Trailers
RE: Fifth Wheel Hitch - tried searcing

Hensley TrailerSaver BD3 is removable in several parts and attaches to a puck system. When removed, you're left with a flat truck bed.
ReneeG 06/21/22 07:35am Truck Campers
RE: What Type Nail is This?

Definitely, a nail used in conjunction with a hangar usually brass, for hanging pictures.
ReneeG 06/21/22 07:33am Travel Trailers
RE: Furrion Glass stove tops

First time I've seen this topic posted.
ReneeG 06/19/22 07:18pm General RVing Issues
RE: Do you unhook for the night?

As was mentioned, with a Chev that has no isolator ( unlike a Ford) you can leave it hitched if you want, but do unplug the 7-pin. Never heard of this. An isolator? We have a Ford and only unplug the pigtail, the 7 pin.
ReneeG 06/18/22 09:52am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Do you unhook for the night?

Yes I was responding the the previous poster. And the reason I mentioned about opening slides, especially a large slide. Is it May require the jacks extended to keep level and not put pressure on the frame. Exactly. I wasn't thinking of that en-route, but when we're at home prepping for a trip, the slides are out. We always bring the slides in to hookup because we have to level the FW to the hitch. Once it's hooked up and we need to do any other packing, we put the front landing gear down, level it hooked up, then bring the slides back out. It doesn't take much to level it in our yard.
ReneeG 06/17/22 10:13am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Do you unhook for the night?

Yah Cummins12V98, Why make us look bad parking like that? Thanks for pointing that out Jerry, kind of mean spirited of him! :) Probably was a pull-through.
ReneeG 06/17/22 10:12am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Do you unhook for the night?

Yes, I wish I could access our bed and salon without slides. I'm not sure what that has to do with unhitching. OP originally mentioned having to open his slides. Hence, a couple of us mentioned we didn't have to and he was responding.
ReneeG 06/17/22 06:47am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Do you unhook for the night?

We stay hooked up but put the front levelers down to take a little weight off of the hitch. Fortunately for us, we can access everything in our kitchen, our bathroom, and bed with all the slides in so we leave them in.
ReneeG 06/16/22 10:34am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Shopping for a used TT. Experiences and Opinions

Thanks for the suggestions. I don't plan on buying anything built in recent years. I could go as far back as the 90s as far as I'm concerned. I just want a quality unit that does not leak, has AC, and no issues with axles or wheels. my price range could run from 5-$20,000. It just depends on what it is. Our first RV back in 1999 was a used Kit Sportsmaster that was 5 years old. Never had a problem with it. I still see this brand around. Nash is also an older brand and a quality-made product for the older models.
ReneeG 06/16/22 06:42am Travel Trailers
RE: Don't let your guard down, Covid is still out there...

What is ATC?
ReneeG 06/15/22 12:00pm General RVing Issues
RE: Don't let your guard down, Covid is still out there...

Guess those Covid vaccinations and boosters really work. :) My thoughts too. The shots and ALL the boosters combined were supposed to not prevent COVID, but make it less severe. Sounds like that didn't work for one poor guy here. My sentiments and wish for a full recovery.
ReneeG 06/15/22 11:58am General RVing Issues
RE: Shopping for a used TT. Experiences and Opinions

I would not buy anything with a build date from 12-2019 until now. Covid played havoc with build quality which sucked to begin with and right now they are trying to push as much garbage out the factory door as possible before the sheet hits the fan, which they know is coming. Agree.
ReneeG 06/15/22 09:09am Travel Trailers
RE: Yellowstone closed

I thought I saw a grizzly being carried away on a news video. They are of course powerful swimmers and lov I think I saw the same video, but after a second look, it was a tree stump.
ReneeG 06/15/22 06:45am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: AC on or off?

We don't, but do leave a window vented for circulation. The only time we turn on the AC is several days in advance of a trip so that everything stays cool(er).
ReneeG 06/15/22 06:44am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Anyone Cancelling Truck Camper Trips Due to Fuel Prices?

It seems that mother nature has the last say on my 5,000 mile Yellowstone trip. The flooding has wiped out many road sections in the northern end of the park. Some roads are not expected to reopen this season. Yep, that's a bummer for sure. We were going to loop through Yellowstone and let the grandkids see Mammoth on the way to the Billings Zoo. We may still go to Yellowstone, but won't be able to follow the path we planned. You may not get in to Yellowstone at all.
ReneeG 06/15/22 06:31am Truck Campers
RE: Anyone Cancelling Truck Camper Trips Due to Fuel Prices?

One way to save is to use your gas CC. Sinclair gives you .10 off per gallon using the card and Chevron gives you .05 off per gallon and .02 credit on your overall bill. You can see that we always use Sinclair right now. Get the Upside app. Locally I have never gotten less than 14 cents per gallon back. Has been as high as 32 cents. Check it out. Our adult son got us hooked up with it just a few months ago, and the cash adds up quickly. Thank you! Don't get suckered ReneeG I haven't. I was reading reviews on the Google App store and not sure how the money is refunded. Until I know more, I'm happy to get an instant .10 or .05 off per gallon of gas depending on what credit card I use.
ReneeG 06/02/22 02:25pm Truck Campers
RE: Buffing out hazing RV

To be honest I highly doubt they would guarantee anything anyway since I could just go home and apply a stripping agent to the work just to screw with them. Well, you obviously don't know much about detailing, as you can't "strip" the polished look off of a surface. This is 100% false. You can absolutely strip wax/polish off a vehicle and that is often the starting point for many detailers. There are even specific products sold just for that purpose as you will see in one of the first videos. HEREare many videos of that exact process on youtube. Link This is a product link on Amazon, gets great reviews and specifically removes old waxes and sealants. Every once in awhile, Woot (a subsidiary of Amazon), but with deep discounts, has Chemical Guys products on sale. Because Woot is every evolving, I check it about twice a week for deals.
ReneeG 06/02/22 09:12am General RVing Issues
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