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RE: Storage Compartment Theft

I would unload anything of value that you can't easily replace....good insurance coverage helps also. Majority of thieving is done in storage and repair places. Easy targets that are NOT readily exposed. 99 cent tool bin special ----large flat blade screw driver and even those beefed up compartment doors will yield. Or even a utility knife and hammer......score an 'X' across door then whack it with the hammer.Door skin will collapse. Takes about 30 seconds. Valuables..leave them at home. I never lock mine, even at the campground. Nothing of much value in the bins. Only a few cheap tools and some repair stuff. Nothing a thief could sell for any money. Would cost more to repair the door.
Ron3rd 09/30/19 02:54pm Travel Trailers
RE: Looking for Fridge Suggestions

Is it running off shore power or the inverter?
Ron3rd 09/30/19 02:44pm Tech Issues
RE: The kid meets the furnace thermostat...

You don't have air? I was wondering the same thing. Is the 2-wire setup just for rigs with a furnace only and no air conditioner? What about a 2-speed fan? Doesn't that require an extra wire?
Ron3rd 09/28/19 08:43am Tech Issues
RE: Trying out a S&B 60 gallon fuel tank

I've never had a problem finding diesel in California
Ron3rd 09/26/19 06:02pm Tow Vehicles
RE: broke like a toothpick

The F350 has a very stout frame. Very unusual
Ron3rd 09/25/19 07:28am Tow Vehicles
RE: Successful weekend trip - many thanks to this forum

Good report. Only thing I do differently is I leave my propane on all the time while on a trip. Some do, some don't.
Ron3rd 09/23/19 04:27pm General RVing Issues
RE: Wheel Bearing Grease

The grease you're using is fine. Mobil 1 Red Synthetic is another good one.
Ron3rd 09/23/19 08:45am Tech Issues
RE: Champion 2k in storage for three years. Advice starting it?

drain the fuel, I would not take the chance of pumping that goo threw my system , mix up some fuel and sea foam put in the tank then try starting. This answer
Ron3rd 09/21/19 08:34am Tech Issues
RE: 2017 Ram 68RFE Question

When my 48R dies can it be replaced with the 68R? From what I've read, while you can't swap to the 68R, you can bring your 48 up to 68 standards with some heavy duty aftermarket parts
Ron3rd 09/20/19 11:32am Tow Vehicles
RE: Towing with my new Honda Ridgeline

Looks like a nice combo. If you're having fun, that's all that matters.
Ron3rd 09/19/19 12:54pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Cleaning out a DIY septic tank

I think the OP should try the air pressure approach
Ron3rd 09/19/19 08:11am Tech Issues
RE: 2017 Ram 68RFE Question

I've got the same trans in my 2019 2500 and from what I've read over the years, it seems to hold up fine. Not many problems with that Trans or any other offerings from the Big 3. Live others said, the key is maintenance.
Ron3rd 09/17/19 03:11pm Tow Vehicles
RE: The Camco" Rhino"

IMO the best value out there is the Camco Revolution 20" Hose Kit. Breaks down to two 10" sections if you want. Heavy Duty hose with nice Heavy Duty swivel ends. I've had this one a couple years and wouldn't buy anything else. $18.95 at WalMart: CAMCO REVOLUTION 20" HOSE KIT.
Ron3rd 09/17/19 03:03pm General RVing Issues
RE: Inverter Generators

I should come up with a snappy response to all of that negativity and self back patting. ....or come up with an explanation as to why the OP constantly has to clean his carb when nobody else is having the same problem.
Ron3rd 09/13/19 04:46pm Tech Issues
RE: Step carpet

Nice work. I did the same thing a few years ago. The grommet kit is the key.
Ron3rd 09/13/19 04:44pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Best wax for lazy people?

Lots of good waxes out there as others have posted. NuFinish is tried and true and very economical. Lasts a long time too.
Ron3rd 09/13/19 04:41pm General RVing Issues
RE: Seen in the campground: mega generator rear-rack

I'd be curious about the weight distribution by axle. Going down the road, is that extra axle loaded or just floating? It's an interesting idea but I think a much simpler solution would be to build it on a swivel wheel trailer. Maybe, maybe not. Sometimes these contraptions are designed by mechanical engineers that actually know what they're doing and camp as a hobby. That setup looks very sophisticated in design just from the simple photo.
Ron3rd 09/13/19 04:39pm General RVing Issues
RE: “I was shocked with just how white it was there,” she said.

We're from So Cal which is very ethically diverse. Over the years I've noticed there's not a lot black RV'ers, campers, etc. I think it's more of a cultural thing, like blacks aren't big on NASCAR etc.
Ron3rd 09/13/19 04:36pm General RVing Issues
RE: Out of the blue....

Awesome!
Ron3rd 09/13/19 04:33pm General RVing Issues
RE: What does tire date code '5317' mean?

Date codes differ from mfg to mfg but the info above could be correct.
Ron3rd 09/13/19 04:23pm Tech Issues
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