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    Somewhere in the USA
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    Traveling America and seeing new places, people and things.

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  1. rynosback

    Closing account

    But if you hard delete them, all of there posts and threads go. And that can screw some things up. Plus I think when singing up you give the ownership of your posts to the forum owners.
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    Closing account

    I believe that the admin can hard delete it. But that is not to say that it has not been mirrored on several servers. Like you said, once you put it on the web, it is always out there.
  3. rynosback

    Closing account

    I agree, don’t sign back in and post and you should be good to go.
  4. rynosback

    Glass cabinets in RVs

    I ordered my 5th wheel with all of the glass door panels deleted and went with all wood doors. I did not hear one issue with the glass inserts, I just did not like the look. Either way you should be fine.
  5. Truck with USAA and they refer to Progressive for the 5th wheel.
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    New 5th wheel, what would you do?

    Just tell them that you want it fixed before you pick the unit up. There is not ONE manufacture that produces a perfect 5th wheel. PDI should find and correct items before you even see the unit. The dealer should have PDIedit before you even saw the unit. Did you put a deposit on it because you said that you made some changes?
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    Nose high?

    I agree. Plus being that nose high puts more weight on the rear axles. More then likely being to much weight for them.
  8. rynosback

    Garmin vs Rand McNally RV GPS

    Will it route you? It will. But it will not let you input your height, weight, width and hazards. That is the BIG reason to go with the Garmin Dezl. It gives the same warnings as well as steep grade warnings. I bet these people did not have a Garmin Dezl in there truck. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=xzkWTcDZFH0
  9. rynosback

    Garmin vs Rand McNally RV GPS

    I went with a Garmin DEZL 770 and LOVE it. It has not gotten me stuck once in 3 years. And mine is loaded with campgrounds.
  10. rynosback

    Florida to Alaska

    I agree with Kirk that 6 months is really not enough time. There is SO MUCH to see. We researched and planned when we had 3-6 weeks in our class C 15 years ago and most of the time we later found out that we missed something. Take your time and enjoy the areas you travel and enjoy the local people also. You need to also account for bad weather, breakdowns and just need to some down time. Alaska is on my list of places to go to. My plan would be to be there during there summer. Best of luck planning your trip of a lifetime. Make some great memories for you and your family.
  11. Well RV, do you think a good buy point would be at 130? As I think I heard that they lost some advertisers over the radio today.
  12. rynosback

    Gas Buddy

    I agree. I think I have pulled out my desktop once in three years.
  13. rynosback

    3rd party RV Inspector for new rig

    Sounds to me that you should have bought your rig with another dealer. Especially since you do not trust them to PDI the unit. With in the DRV network, there are two dealers that stand out amongst the others. Those are the two dealers to order from. not sure what you are buying, but if you go to there forum you should be able to find out which dealers have the best reputation. Most dealers will allow you to spend a couple of nights there going over the unit.
  14. rynosback

    Wi-fi Booster Multiple Connections

    Dkritter, do not believe everything you see on YouTube. As stated, a WiFi Ranger, signal booster will help capture or boost a weak signal. But it WILL NOT increase the internet speeds. The more people on the network the slower the speeds will be. The only thing that might change is if the only access point let’s say is in the office. The office is closed so no one is on the network. If your “Ranger” can capture a decent signal and are the only one on the network. You should have all of the speed that the network can offer. Assuming that they do not manage there network and cap speeds and or data consumptions per MAC address. A WiFi booster is just another tool that you can have to connect to the internet. I carry a couple different kinds. I prefer to use my hot spot as it is a secured network and I can manage it.
  15. rynosback

    Alternator defective?????

    I agree completely. You can go to about any parts store and get a free starting and charging test. The longer you let it go on the more likely it will also damage your batteries.