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RE: New dog!

I've been away for some time as well, hope you've been riding/racing some, me not so much this year. I just did a quick Amazon search and found this: Looks pretty adjustable
nayther 06/29/22 05:01pm Toy Haulers
RE: Toy Hauler rear door

Look around you for an independent RV shop. A racing friend of mine does this stuff all the time. Replaces front/rear caps, etc. but he's in Indio, CA
nayther 06/29/22 04:56pm Toy Haulers
RE: Need help . No shore power

Well I really appreciate all the help and today we finally discovered my problem . I’m no electrician by any means but we previously had the power cord spliced together with wire crimps and taped up . Well as we were pulling the tape off to check the crimps the wires pulled right out . We went and but some heavy duty crimps that require a screwdriver and re spliced and everything works perfect ! are you referring to "butt connectors" if so those are LOW VOLTAGE ONLY. Suggest replacing the power cord, or cutting and adding a male/female plug, then use the one piece as an extension cord.
nayther 01/19/22 12:36pm Toy Haulers
RE: Is Desert Riding Season here yet?

Heading to Teagle Wash this weekend, son's birthday, camping on pipeline. Viewfinders flag will be flying. Checker's race at Charlies Place Saturday but we're not racing. It should be perfect out there this weekend. Have fun. We're putting together a couple trips a few weeks from now. I think we'll be out there the weekends before and after Veterans Day. Instead of going back and forth, I'll probably just stay out there for the week and work remotely from the trailer. I'll probably head close to the hills overlooking Ridgecrest (right across from Wagon Wheel) to get a good data connection on the hotspot. Funny, I was just in that exact spot Friday afternoon for the same reason. I was trying to transfer Stones tickets. Finally had to drive into Ridgecrest and hook up at the hospital wifi to make it happen, what a PTIA. Gorgeous weather though, great weekend.
nayther 10/18/21 01:48pm Toy Haulers
RE: Motolympics 2021

interesting information.
nayther 10/14/21 10:43am Toy Haulers
RE: Is Desert Riding Season here yet?

Heading to Teagle Wash this weekend, son's birthday, camping on pipeline. Viewfinders flag will be flying. Checker's race at Charlies Place Saturday but we're not racing.
nayther 10/14/21 10:10am Toy Haulers
RE: Is Desert Riding Season here yet?

Our big event is this weekend in Ridgecrest. Was out last weekend setting up, heading back out tomorrow through Monday for the event. We anticipate 2,000 racers in two days. Come on out to Desert Empire Fairgrounds this weekend and witness the last of the classic Grand Prix. No other club puts on a race on a temporary circuit like we do. Our event more or less kicks off the second half of the desert racing season. Never made it to a rally.
nayther 09/28/21 03:00pm Toy Haulers
RE: Voltage Dump Valve Replacement

Interesting in that I have electric dump valves and would prefer manual valves. I belong to a forum where all the trailers have electric valves and some have switched to manual. I hope they have improved their reliability since mine were installed. Funny, was just thinking how I'd like electric too. The cables were routed poorly on mine (imagine that) and are hard to pull/push, just waiting for the day one fails. Speaking of that need to do some PM on these.
nayther 09/21/21 03:23pm Toy Haulers
RE: 35 ft 5th wheel toy hauler

washer/drier in a 35' is a tall order as well.
nayther 09/17/21 08:56am Toy Haulers
RE: Voltage Dump Valve Replacement

black valves are all 4". I THINK the grey is 2". If you OD of ABS is about 1/4" more than "nominal" size (ie 4" ABS is 4 1/4" OD).
nayther 09/17/21 08:53am Toy Haulers
RE: Placement of motorcycle for towing

we had a 30' fiver with open floor plan like the link posted. I hauled our Gold Wing in it once, I put it a bit back from center over the axles, towed it about 800 miles once and never felt any difference, but then again it was sitting right over our single 150 gallon water tank, which is 1250lbs.
nayther 08/31/21 04:41pm Toy Haulers
RE: Favorite Brand of 5th Wheel Toyhauler.

From experience related to all of our trailers, all I can say is that it helps to be able to do your own maintenance and repairs. All of our trailers have had one issue or another when we owned them. We've experienced a couple minor issues with our Momentum where some interior trim fell off. Truer words were never spoken. My DW makes that comment frequently when I'm fixing or modifying something. "how can anyone own an RV that is not reasonably handy?" We have some friends that are dying to get an RV but he has ten thumbs (plays the guitar like a madman though) and I cannot imagine him owning one.
nayther 08/17/21 02:39pm Toy Haulers
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