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RE: Adhesive for insulation foam board

Liquid Nails works, get it at a hardware store.
agesilaus 11/21/22 06:46pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Towing with lifted truck; need assistance

Let me ask a question: how many are in your family (that would go camping) And two how far are you thinking about going? Personally I suspect that you could only safely tow a very light trailer. A popup or Trailmanor/HiLo As for hitches: Amazon WDH But again call one of the manufacturers to get expert advice. I might avoid Camco who has no reputation in the WDH field. Blue OX is very heavy I believe which might compound your problems. ETrailer is another phone option, they specialize in trailer equipment. I think any of them will see flashing red lights screaming LIABILITY ALERT!!! when you call
agesilaus 11/20/22 01:22pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Towing with lifted truck; need assistance

You'd need a weight distributing hitch NOT a simple drop receiver. I'd pick a brand of wdh and call their tech dept. I would not be optimistic they are designed for a standard geometry truck.
agesilaus 11/20/22 05:56am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Southern Utah with kids

That is a lot of doing for 2 weeks. There isn't much between Kanab and Lake Powell, especially once you get past Jacob Lake. Which is the entry way to the North Rim of the Canyon.
agesilaus 11/19/22 09:02pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Southern Utah with kids

Coming from Seattle I would certainly try to stop at Lassen Volcanic NP. It's a mini Yellowstone for volcanic features and not much visited. Excellent in park camp. The major negative is that it is in Cali but coming from WA you should be prepared.
agesilaus 11/19/22 11:12am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Southern Utah with kids

Coral Pink Sand Dunes state park should be a hit with the kids. Zion and Arches can be very hot and very packed. Canyonlands is usually comparatively empty and has boondocking. Dead Horse State Park is another good spot. Lots of boondocking east of Arches. Escalante has lots of slot canyons and Hole in the Wall. Boondocking in the NF. Kodachrome SP. Bryce not quite as crowded and lots of Boondocking in the surrounding area and two campgrounds inside the park. Much cooler too.
agesilaus 11/19/22 09:16am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Toilet seat cover ???

Have you tried Lowes or Home Depot. Take the cover with you and see if you can match it to one they have. Otherwise Amazon tho finding a good match may be harder. Covers and seats come as a pair usually.
agesilaus 11/11/22 07:12pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Norcold control panel?

Amazon, put in the model number and eyebrow or optical board. Should be around $175 . Be very careful with the ribbon cable connection Make sure this is the right model
agesilaus 11/06/22 06:14am Tech Issues
Diesel crisis ahead

Or maybe here already: We just traveled from Livingston to Pensacola and were taken aback by the diesel prices vs gasoline. Over $1.50/gal. Both are outrageously high. As we left Texas we saw a $4.34 price, but once across the Louisiana line they jumped to over $5 and stayed there thru LA, MS and AL. MS had rather cheap, comparatively speaking prices this summer as we passed thru. No more. Even in FL prices hovered around the $5 mark even on the NAS base. I have not seen any discussion of this but there is a major diesel shortage getting started. Remember that diesel and fuel oil used for home heating are essentially the same product and are competing for the same feed stock. Semi's, farmers, diesel pickups and the NE fuel oil users ate about to be slammed. Major oil company warning
agesilaus 11/01/22 05:55pm General RVing Issues
RE: Yellowstone roads closed!

So why mention it at all? Money in the case of researchers and social credit from their fellow cultists. World wide temps have been flat for the last eight years, IIRC during this second flat temp period, the first lasted a couple of decades.
agesilaus 10/23/22 08:29am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Need Coax for Roof Antenna

Amazon
agesilaus 10/22/22 06:18pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: fresh water hose

We used one for quite awhile. It was white and I do not recall what color the fittings were. Try using quick connects. We switched over to Flexilla hose plus quick connects.
agesilaus 10/22/22 09:47am General RVing Issues
RE: Yellowstone roads closed!

We used the timed entry at RMNP this summer. Stopped on the road to make the reservation on the way in to the west side. Paid up. Got to the gate and was waved right thru, no timed check.
agesilaus 10/17/22 08:28am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Rockport, TX is Open Ready for Winter Texans!

We are near Bryan right now for an overnight. Headed to the coast area tomorrow for a week before heading east for winter where we own some land. I think we drove past a sign for Rockport today.
agesilaus 10/15/22 03:28pm Snowbirds
RE: Check Valve NPT & Shurflo Pump is NPS

Just go to a hardware store with the valve and get a male (MPT) nipple. They will have a selection of lengths and sizes. Cost a couple of bucks, they will have plastic and steel, and maybe brass to pick from. If you need a male to female, they will have a selection of those couplings too. Get a roll of Teflon tape and tape the threads.
agesilaus 10/08/22 05:23pm Tech Issues
RE: TIRES,,,,,need 4

I also have a 2012 Ram with 20 inch rims. I put Cooper tires on mine and love them. I went with Cooper Discovers 18" on our new to us 18 RAM. After a lot of investigation the Discovers are designed for a tow vehicle with the tread wrapped around the sides to provide extra stability. Originally I was looking at Michelins but they are getting terrible reviews lately. Tread separation around 20000 miles and so on. I haven't seen a bad review of the Coopers. YMMV
agesilaus 10/05/22 09:25am Tow Vehicles
RE: RV Cell booster

WeBoost RV is probably the current leader, Amazon has a number of no name versions too,
agesilaus 10/03/22 08:39pm Technology Corner
RE: Insulating outdoor caged water holding tank

Foam insulating sheets, as thick as you can find, probably 4 or 6 inch with an electrical heating element inside if it gets really cold. Use multiple 2 inch sheets if you cannot find thick stuff. Do not use fiberglass insulation, it's worthless if it gets wet. Have a removable insulated lid to provide access to the tank. I'd probably wrap the whole thing protective material like 3/8 painted outdoor plywood
agesilaus 10/03/22 09:31am Full-time RVing
RE: Boondock sites in southern CO and northern AZ

The areas south of Williams are Forest Service land and there are many beautiful campsites available. Do you mean north of Williams? There are many FS campss right outside the GCNP gate, or actually just outside that little town there. If you are going near Alamosa there is BLM land west of Great Sand Dunes and a strange ex-Colorado State Park there with free power, no water.Great spot but requires a CO Fishing permit. There is FS land all along the highway to Cortez.
agesilaus 09/30/22 08:28pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Wolf Creek Pass in Colorado

We've been over it any number of times, last time last month. No problems and forget the song which was never right anyway. We stayed in Cortez for over a week.
agesilaus 09/30/22 08:17pm Roads and Routes
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