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RE: We are excited

Thank you everyone!!
SHRED 04/25/21 09:13pm General RVing Issues
RE: We are excited

Nice size to travel in, and being a Ford truck, should always be able to get serviced when needed! What engine/transmission is in it? Jerry 7.3L V8 6 speed TorqShift with tow/haul mode
SHRED 04/25/21 12:33pm General RVing Issues
RE: We are excited

Congrats to the both of you and wishing many happy miles ahead. Thanks.
SHRED 04/25/21 09:51am General RVing Issues
RE: We are excited

Congrats and enjoy! Thanks. This will be our "forever" motorhome. At 64 and 61 years old it was time for our first new motorhome.
SHRED 04/25/21 09:29am General RVing Issues
We are excited

I sold my 1995 Lazy Daze very quickly after we got the call for this 2021 27 foot Mid Bath. We pick her up tomorrow. My spouse has named her, "Khaleesi".
SHRED 04/25/21 08:54am General RVing Issues
RE: Battery Monitor

Balmar generally makes good stuff, but the reviews on their newer battery monitors have been rather mixed.. If you are looking for a stand alone battery monitor and don't plan on adding solar charge controllers, inverters etc, then the SG205 is probably a reasonable choice. But if you are also looking at other components, then the Victron smart shunt is probably better as it integrates well into to their ecosystem. Functionally they appear to be about the same. Their old smart gauge worked very well for lead acid battery banks, but wouldn't work at all for lithium batteries. I pick up our new motorhome tomorrow. It does come equipped with two solar panels.
SHRED 04/25/21 08:21am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
Battery Monitor

This one looks very attractive. It's not in stock anywhere I can find. Anyone using this and how do you like it? BALMAR SG205
SHRED 04/25/21 07:39am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: RVibrake 2 system

Just heard back. No booster but frequent changing of the antennas was recommended. Every 2-3 years.
SHRED 04/20/21 08:59am Dinghy Towing
RVibrake 2 system

I've contacted the company but haven't heard back yet. Anyone know if there is a signal booster for this unit? I lose connection now and then.
SHRED 04/20/21 07:48am Dinghy Towing
RE: Anyone have the new Ford 7.3L V8?

Thanks. Can't wait to try it out!
SHRED 04/18/21 07:45pm Class C Motorhomes
3M 5200 fast cure

Anyone know what the shelf life is after opening the small tube? The bigger gun tube needs to be used fairly soon in my experience. Great stuff.
SHRED 04/18/21 08:07am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: CAMCO Quickie Flush

Thank you for that quick connect link. Great idea!
SHRED 04/18/21 06:28am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
CAMCO Quickie Flush

I had this on the black tank of the motorhome I just sold and loved it but it leaked. This time I tested it before installing on my new motorhome. Make sure that hose clamp is very tight or use a different hose. Also, I most likely will use this added elbow to relieve tension on the tubing plus it will make hose replacement easier if needed in the future.
SHRED 04/17/21 10:13am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Bear Spray

We carry spray for hiking in bear country and motorhome security. :)
SHRED 04/15/21 05:55pm General RVing Issues
RE: Water tanks

A short pipe with a threaded plug? Is your goal to drain it without water pouring all over the place and instead to the ground?
SHRED 04/15/21 08:00am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
Anyone have the new Ford 7.3L V8?

My new 2021 E-450 chassis motorhome will come equipped with it and the 6 speed transmission. Just curious how it compares to the Triton V10. I just sold my 1995 class C with the old 460 workhorse. It was a great engine.
SHRED 04/15/21 06:59am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Attaching items to interior walls without drilling

SHRED 04/14/21 06:15am General RVing Issues
RE: Price differences in water filters

I am most likely going with this: UNDER SINK WHOLE RV
SHRED 04/13/21 09:20am General RVing Issues
RE: Sloping driveway parking

Whats the wheelbase? Old vs new? The new is 149" Not sure about the old.
SHRED 04/12/21 04:38pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Sloping driveway parking

Your prior post seemed to cover this, and you only needed about 7" of rise. remember, it's wheelbase or jack locations that determine the run of your slope. the 12" your thinking of now is based, I believe, on your total unit length. If you want a simple method to test how close you can get simply, since you appeared to need 7 inches, try getting a set of portable vehicle ramps such as these ramp easy enough to take them back if 8" isnt enough. Since the last post I realized that my driveway flattens a bit where the front wheels rest. My previous 24' RV was almost level at 10.5". I also thought my Rhino ramps wouldn't hold the the increased weight. I place them on a wooden lift ramp for an added 4". I just now realized these plastic ramps hold 6,000 lbs. I'm thinking of adding some more wood under the wood ramps to get me close with the Rhinos. It would just be nice have a simpler solution. Thanks
SHRED 04/12/21 03:23pm Class C Motorhomes
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