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  1. Anyone else using Verizon Unlimited and liking it? Yeah it's not truly unlimited in every way, but it still is a home internet replacement for me without issue. I made this video in my apartment, but I am weekender currently when it comes to RVing, and am out every weekend primarily at the same campground, but out to different parts of the country around me regularly.
  2. Our Custom Class B!

    There are A LOT of real nice big name Class B RV’s out there, and for a while, we thought we wanted a nice new one. After shopping around and visiting a few RV dealers, we decided we wanted to try to avoid going into debt to get one. After a few months of searching, we found the perfect lightly used RV for us! We had to drive 8 hours away to get it, but we paid cash, and couldn’t be happier!! In March we will be begin living/traveling out of it full time! We are still working on making some modifications to set it up exactly the way we want it, and we can’t wait to get out there full time! We just posted a tour of our rig (before most of the major modifications), so check it out if you’re interested!
  3. Here is a quick tip for winterizing that RV fridge if you have the same handles I do https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJ-1YfREYj4
  4. Temperatures are getting chilly overnight, I have a tip for those of us without heat pumps. This allows me to use electric heat and or catalytic heaters that sip propane to warm the entire coach.
  5. I recently installed two Battle Born lithium batteries and an Ames 2000 watt inverter charger into my travel trailer. Here is how it looks all finished up minus the parallel cables for the two batteries, Here is my real world usage for those batteries anybody else using these batteries, I am a big fan. I will no longer carry a generator 2-4 day boondocking trips.
  6. RV shower head

    Recently I saw the question posted on facebook, "Can I install a household shower head in an RV" The answer of course is yes. they both use standard pipe fittings as well as the faucets in the kitchen and bathroom. I decided to get a shower head that is not labeled for RV use and see what happens. I was completely underwhelmed, it was just like I had put the factory shower head back on. So now I'm back in the comfort of my oxygenics. Check it out if you have some time!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXr6jFOMVVk
  7. https://www.rvtrader.com/listing/-122858064 Ram ProMaster 280 HP 3.6L V6 gas engine Under Warranty!! Asking $75,000 Pristine conditon with 3500 miles. Viper alarm system installed with remote start and interior temperature sensor. This 59G model offers the luxury of sleeping up to 3 people, allows seating for 4 with seat belts and a child seat anchor in the dinette seating.Includes rear removable ladder and bike rack for 2 included. Rear removable screen and sliding screen door on passenger side, privacy panels, roller shades and sun shades for front cab.Refrigerator/freezer is 3 way LP/110/12voltSolar panels 100 wattPower awningIncluded is (2) 25 foot electrical 30 amp cords, surge protector, adapter to plug in at homewater pressure regulator valve, one fresh water hose, one black waterhoseAssorted fuses and 2 leveling blocks
  8. Input from Class B Couples

    Hello all! My fiance and I are beginning our RV hunt and leaning towards a Class B. Our plan is to live full time (hoping to start Spring 2018 after I graduate) as I run my sports massage business. Looking for input form others in a Class B on their pro's and con's. Also open to discussion from individuals against Class B.
  9. Looking for replacement rear bench/bed cushions.

    Hi all. Brand new to the forum and to RV'ing. My wife and I just got a 2000 Pleasure Way Lexor RD a little over a week ago. We are looking to replace the rear seat/bed cushions. Not in terrible shape, but not super comfortable and seems to have an old, musty smell to them. Does anyone have any suggestions on where we could find something like this? Or do we need to make 'em ourselves? Wondering about possibly replacing the Captains Chairs, too. Thanks! Dennis & Jessica Danner Rochester, IL
  10. We bought a 36' Rexhall Rexair RV two years ago and it was fine when we took short trips but now that we want to on the road more my husband doesn't want to drive the RV alone. So we bought a nice used Ford E150 Conversion Van and plan on making that our travel vehicle and live in the large RV. We need to put in a rooftop air conditioner because we have dogs that travel with us and I want them to be comfortable in the back of the van. Any particular brand I should ask for when getting a quote? Also want to get a generator but don't know if I want to get a portable Honda or a Onan built in. What's your comments and ideas on this? Has anyone done this before? I googled and got some ideas on youtube but I want a nice looking vehicle and not a room a/c hanging out the window. We are currently in Phoenix Arizona and if you can recommend any repair or service shops that would be great too. Thanks in advance for reading and making suggestions,
  11. Ready to travel – an RV that drives like a car but has all the features and amenities for your big road trip or weekend get-aways. Excellent condition with key mechanical and RV components replaced means you’ll have years of worry-free driving compared to vehicles the same age without the key repairs/updates performed. I have owned the vehicle for three years and loved it – now I don’t have the time to travel and decided to sell. I bought it from the second owner and the first owner had it for most its life and performed all maintenance meticulously (records available). The vehicle is in great condition all around. Mechanically excellent, well-maintained exterior and very clean interior. The vehicle starts and drives extremely well, there are no rips or tears on the seats and beds and it has always been a pet-free, smoke-free and smell-free vehicle. The RV is listed as a private sale on ebay. To access the listing go to the ebay main page and search for the following item number: 182205939644 (This way you can be sure it is not a link that could be fraudulent) The listing gives all the details of the RV setup and recent repairs and upgrades. The vehicle is located in Athens, GA. Please send me a message if you have any questions.
  12. Howdy. I would like to start a topic for the smaller RVs - 25 foot and under. I know this is done in Aframes, Class B's and other mini RVs. These rigs do not give the space for storage, the larger holding tanks, etc. of the average RV "house" of many full time folks so I thought a place to share experiences and ideas might be nice. Hubby and I are hoping to be part of the mid-year 2017 grad class. We want small. The largest RV we've owned was a 24' Winnebago and never enjoyed driving that as much as towing our Aframe or driving our Class B. True, we were not full timing so small wasn't really an issue as most trips were a week or less. Our longest was a month following a state move. For awhile we were following the "Tiny House" movement but have no desire to haul a heavy structure around and what we want is mobility. We were looking for a short while at a KZ 19' toy hauler but the the storage is very little and a lot of it under the folding bench seats that serve as the bed as well as dining area. We were going to do this in our Class B which we've been restoring since 2009 but the work car broke down and we ended up buying a new (as in new) work car. So we now have a 4-wheel drive and have decided to add a trailer because we have a long warranty on the new car and because it'll be better for snow and mud issues. We are very limited in our choice of tow vehicles so good thing we like small. I am glad we are taking more time looking for our perfect trailer then we did looking for our perfect car. (We do love the Xterra though). Yes, I know the insulation is not there, these trailers are not "4 season" so we will likely be in Arizona during the winters, getting hookups as well. I'd love to hear from any of you doing the small RV or planning to. Christine / Colorado
  13. Roadtrek group?

    Is there an Escapees Roadtrek group? We are going to see a used Roadtrek this weekend that we hope will be "the one" and would like to connect with others who own this brand of RV. Thanks!
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