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    RV survey

    Thanks for this Georgianne
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    RV survey

    Agreed
  3. rm.w/aview

    RV survey

    Understood as well Jim, and also read it as a public service announcement, so thanks. There's forum life and real life as well which implies that the comments made at a gathering could be quite different than that on a forum... it's easy to be courageous from a distance.
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    Running the AC (and more) with Battery and Solar

    Question: If you chose to do without air conditioning on this maiden voyage, would your power supply be enough for you?
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    Safe or Comfortable

    In revisiting this thread and knowing that there are happy people with regards as to how their Class A handles, I looked a tad closer at the front axle placement with the thought that, even with a relatively short wheelbase, the overhang is then shared to a balance between front & back with the front wheels aft of the corners, that the side forces would not be so focused on the rear of the rig as the entire wheelbase has been moved aft to distribute this load.
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    Self-Defense

    If you keep laying hens around long enough you'll see that along with all the eggs that they provide there is also companionship and, like the more typical pet as in dog or cat, they'll each have their own personalities... oh, but the language 🤪
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    5th wheel hitch vs gooseneck

    You prolly know about this but I threw it in anyway... https://www.etrailer.com/Gooseneck-and-Fifth-Wheel-Adapters/Reese/RP94622.html?msclkid=d631d4bcd194185e632188bdadfb599e&utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=Shop - Gooseneck and Fifth Wheel Adapters - RLSA&utm_term=4577266907976619&utm_content=General I see there are various sizes, but don't know anything of their value or applicability.
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    Self-Defense

    With Glenn's post I can see two scenes play out: 1. The hammer gets pulled back to cock the revolver, villain pauses and says "What was that?" 2. The pump action slams a round into the chamber, villain without pause says, "Oh shit!"
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    safety of Walmart

    Is a Georgia State Park within reach? https://gastateparks.org/ChattahoocheeBend and https://gastateparks.org/Map
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    What is this "Class" thing?

    This is an ideal summation and a direct response to our OP.
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    Toy Haulers Section

    And you as well Thanks for the update.
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    Toy Haulers Section

    For an example of this go to the Class B sub-forum page to view the activity level, and this is Class B which is its own distinctive class vs being a segment of a class or type of RV.
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    Toy Haulers Section

    While we're here, have you had or know of issues regarding the ramp/rear door sealing? Know full well that maintenance similar to that on slides and their seals is important, but this is an entire rear wall of an RV that is subjected to the elements of travelling, and I'm aware of folks with step up slides using supports under their retracted slides to relieve stress at the wall flange, as well as failures at said flange.
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    Safe or Comfortable

    ^^^ We're in agreement entirely here ^^^ Should anyone be interested in a link to RVSEF... https://rvsafety.com/ Drive Safe & Happy Trails!
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