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  1. I had a real short 1976 Dodge Gypsy Class C. I wonder if it was the same company.?
  2. We just replaced our motor and also the fabric. Was a little over $1000. Called Shade Pro, they come into our park almost daily repairing and replacing awnings. I worked out a deal and he replaced ours and I saved all my fingers.
  3. I think he is referring to Service Connected Injury.
  4. The day use pass is exactly that, for day use. It does not cover the extra vehicle entering the park for overnight. I drive our truck and pull our trailer and the wife drives the Jeep. We have bought two NM State Park Passes (senior resident) 2 for $200 which paid for itself in just 20 nights.
  5. Where is the best place for me to buy a new awning motor and new fabric for my Dometic WeatherPro Awning ? I do find some places online but when I read the reviews I DO NOT want to buy from them.
  6. Get the full body. We have half paint and the white with no paint after years will oxidize and you will have to put the ole elbow grease to it to get a shine on it. After doing it several times over the years I now hire the guys that come to the RV Parks to do it at a cost of $350-$400 to do a wash-buff-wax job. After 10 years now I have to get it done about every year (or two). Pay now or pay later.
  7. Are the tow capacities the same?
  8. We've been spending the past 4 winters in the Coachella Valley in SoCa and absolutely love it. Problem is the summers.
  9. After living in NM for awhile now, since 1995 and actually moving there because of the mixed cultures I would highly recommend visiting Taos Pueblo and Acoma Pueblo(Sky City). Each is different in their own way. Absolutely take the tours offered and pay their camera fees so you can get some once in a lifetime photos. You should, if possible attend one of the feast days. It's a very special event. Maybe you will be asked to come in and eat with them in their home. If asked, don't refuse. We have ate with different pueblos many times. One time at Acoma we were asked to come in and eat and were invited up on their rooftop to watch the dances in the plaza. If going remember it gets hot, an umbrella will help.
  10. We have a Platinum Plus with a 21 day stay. I have never paid a resort fee with my membership. Park to park with no time out and the 120 day window. I have on occasion paid a 50 amp fee if I wanted a 50 Amp site instead of a 30 amp site. Some parks may have a high use season and your stay will be limited to 14 days. That's the "nuts and bolts" about a PP membership.
  11. Hubs reading in the 90's....what bearings do you have ? I have neverlube and they run hotter than that.
  12. Never, Never dive from the cliff. There could be floating logs in the water. In the past I have seen the lake full of logs after a heavy rain. I have camped there for over 20 years and worked as the campground attendant for 2 years. Never dive from the cliff.
  13. The track lights that I have found so far that are 12V have a transformer at the light head that drops it down to 12V but needs 120V to feed it. All I have in the ceiling is 12V. Someone must make them, or did make them back in 2006, I have one.
  14. I want to replace our track light with a newer and better looking track light. Some companies offer what they call a 12V low voltage light but it still needs powered by 120 volts. Where can I find a 12 volt track light for in our kitchen ? It has to be a track light to cover the holes in the ceiling from the old one.
  15. On your water heater on the outside there are little rubber covers that cover reset buttons. Just push on the rubber cover with your finger and it will reset and hopefully it will work on electric. Push gently, it doesn't take much and you cant even tell your resetting it,
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