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  1. I didn't find a topic on this (sorry if I missed it, if so please let me know). I've heard that RV tires only last 5 years, even if they haven't reached their mileage limit. I've also heard that there are markings on the tires which will tell you their manufacture date. If 5 years is the tires' lifespan, is that from the date on the tires? Thanks-
  2. NDNOMAD

    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
  3. maggie blair

    2008 Itasca Navion

    I am thinking of buying a 2008 Itaska Navion and I’m wondering if anyone has had experience with this motorhome. It has a Dodge sprinter Mercedes chassis and I’m wondering about the reliability of these and also any issues that people may have had in the past. Any information you could give me this morning would be very greatly appreciated. Thank you, Maggie
  4. Hi all. I've been reading on this forum quite a bit and love how active it is. I was hoping all you experienced RVers could give my husband and me some guidance on what rig to buy. Here's our plan: We want to travel the country for at least one year with our (now) 2 year old. We are open to the idea of buying a Class C or Class A, but here are our main criteria: 1. NEEDS to have a sleeping solution for our toddler that we don't have to set up everyday (leaning towards Class C because it's more common to find bunks in those). We're also open in remodeling a closet or other space into a bunk if that's a viable option. 2. USED and under 40k, we don't mind doing cosmetic remodeling. 3. Max length 32, preferably 30' 4. CCC of at least around 2,000lbs (We found a Bigfoot that we REALLY liked, but turns out the CCC is only 455lbs) 5. double sink (or is that something that can be installed afterwards in any rig?) 6. good insulation as we plan to take it up North (but not in the midst of winter, so expecting no colder than 20 degrees at night) 7. Car seat safety - needs to have a dinette or seating that can accommodate a car seat rear-facing 8. Some counter space would be nice since we'll be cooking a lot 9. Reliability. We've been saving for this trip for quite a while and don't want to spend too much time in repair shops or broken down 10. Tow rating - needs to be able to pull a dinghy (make and model TBD after we purchase the rig) I'm hoping you can give us some guidance on any or all of the items we need! Please let us know what you think what brands/models to look for and which ones to avoid! Also, I'm not sure what age is "too old" for a used unit that we need to Thank you and happy travels!
  5. Hi, we are thinking of downsizing from a 5th wheel to a short Class A or Class C. I was wondering do people actually trade rigs or should we plan on trading at a dealership? We have a 2008 Sunnybrook Titan 33CK-TS in great condition but my husband is physically disabled and is no longer comfortable setting up the rig. We no longer full time and rent a home. We would still like to travel and think a small motorhome would be perfect. Any opinions or thoughts? Has anyone gone through this dilemma?
  6. 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.
  7. 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
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. For Sale: 2017 Thor Synergy Class C, SD24 model. Mercedes Benz Sprinter is a dream to drive. 11,000 miles, 2 slide outs, overhead bed, sofa makes into bed, very gently used. Asking $89,000. Contact us at kayse220@yahoo.com for photos or more info.
  11. Swhight

    Estimating RV Insurance Cost

    Hubby and I are shooting to be full-timing in the next 18-24 months. Just starting our research, and we're leaning toward a 25'-29' Class C, lightly used (mileage-wise), fairly recent model. We're looking to pay somewhere in the $60-$90K range, and drive around 10K miles per year (just a guess for now). Just wondering what we might expect to shell out for RV insurance. What other factors would influence the rate? Thanks in advance!! Suzanne
  12. Daniel93

    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.
  13. Skohl

    At Sea about which RV

    I need help. Not really deciding which model or even manufacturer. (I bought all the RV Review guides) I am comfortable making a decision about that, but I just can't figure out what type of RV. In the early 2000's we had a Sunnybrokk 5th wheel. Modest size and cost. I loved the roominess of the slide and comfort. My husband hated backing it up. We also had a Ram 2500 Diesel. Now we have a Ram 1500 gas truck capable of towing between 8000 and 9000 lbs. I want a smaller set up to camp in NFS, NPS, BLM and state campgrounds. Sorry but RV parks just aren't for me. So I've been looking at Nash trailers or a smaller motor home. Something under 30 ft. 25 would be better. I'd really like a queen bed that doesn't have to convert from some other piece of furniture and I don't think I want to climb in and out of a bed over the driver seats.(I need to be able to sit up in bed and go to the bathroom without acrobatics. So what suggestions do you have. I think I'll be doing most of the driving this time, I'm comfortable with driving either setup but I'll have to some serious practicing backing up a trailer. Motor home, no problem. Thanks in advance. Susan, soon to be camper gal.
  14. AutoteacherSonny

    San Fran to Grand Canyon

    Would like information on going from San Francisco to Grand Canyon. We are in a Class C 21 ft with no toad. We will need to head back to Jax Fl after that visit. We are asking for good park and camping information, good routes that avoid snow and excessive grades. Thanks for all!
  15. AutoteacherSonny

    Safer route to San Fran from Mesa, Arizona

    We have made it thus far staying in Apache Junction Az today. Looking for a safe passage way to San Fran., We have not enjoyed the steep mountains so far and don't want to spend another day crawling up a grade behind a big rig and then burning our brakes on the descent if possible. We made the mistake of getting on NM 15 near Gila NM, but that is another story. We would hope to leave here on I 10 to Quartzite Az and the North on Ca 95 to Needles. Then CA 62 to 395? The I 40 to Barstow? Then take 395 north? or continue to Bakersfield? Or Ca 99? or I 5 to San Fran? or ? I do not want to be any where near the LA traffic. Thanks for all the info. We are still interested in finding a state park near San Fran and we will rent a car to visit places of interest. The Lost Dutchman SP is awesome. When I grow up I want to travel in a RV. Seeya,
  16. Desertswimmer

    What the heck kind of caulk is that?

    As we were cleaning our rig I noticed that the caulking was in serious trouble and coming off. It's on the cab where it meets the coach so the bead runs from the bottom up to above both cab doors and around to and across the front. It was white. Thank God no leaks! So we got all the really old stuff out. The problem is we've been unsuccessful in finding out if the caulk is Dicor or something else. So far, we've stayed away from putting a silicone type anywhere. Local RV supply store said silicone, 2nd store said no silicone. And our Owners manual that we are lucky enough to have doesn't say. By looking at Lazy Daze Companion I know that they used a polyurethane sealant, but don't know if that was for this area. Any input very much appreciated! Just want to make sure before we put wrong kind on since this is a danger area for leaks on Class C's. Thank you!
  17. Desertswimmer

    Manual Step or Freestanding Stool?

    We have a working manual step that we have to bend WAY down to activate with lever. The step is on the small side too. Looking for advice on type of light freestanding stool that is super stable. Thank you in advance!
  18. 2012 Thor Motors / Freedom Elite 21C 75K miles / Boise Idaho Runs Great, No Leaks, Appliances Work, Great Layout, Added Automatic Satellite Dish. Perfect Size for 2 Adults and 2 Shih Tzu Dogs (non shedding dogs) or sleeps up to 6 people. We discovered we loved RVing so much we want a larger RV for full timing. We have about 75k miles which is nothing for this engine. When you find an RV with really low miles, they tend to have many problems due to sitting a lot. This RV has been used and well maintained. Everything on this rig works great, and it is ready to go! When viewing we can put a hose over the RV to show no leaks. Turn on every button to make sure everything works. Bring your mechanic. We have nothing to hide on this wonderful rig. No consignments or agents please. Construction & Exterior • Fully Welded Tubular Aluminum Roof and Sidewall Cage Construction • Vacu-bond Laminated Roof, Walls and Floors with High-density Block Foam Insulation • Slick Fiberglass Exterior • Exterior Graphics Package • Exterior Rear MEGA Storage Compartment • Seamless Roto-cast Storage Compartments • Roof Ladder • Rubber Tread Entry Steps • Spare Tire Kit Automotive & Cockpit • AM/FM Dash, CD Player & Weather Band Tuner • Power Window and Door Locks • Deluxe Exterior Mirrors • Metal Running Boards Interior • Residential Linoleum Throughout • Metal Entry Grab Handle • Windshield Privacy Curtain • 13,500 BTU Roof Air Conditioner • Ceiling Ducted A/C System • Cherry Cabinetry • U-shaped Dinette KITCHEN • Double Door Refrigerator • 3-Burner High-output Gas Range Top with Oven • Microwave Oven • Laminate Countertops • Flip-up Countertop Extension • Full Extension Metal Drawer Guides • Large Sink Entertainment • Television Antenna & Booster • Television • Satellite Bedroom & Bathroom • Queen Mattress with 2" pillowtop cover added • Bedspread and Pillow Shams • Power Bath Vent • China Bowl Toilet • Skylight in Shower • Shower with Glass Door Safety & Convenience • Entry Door with Deadbolt Lock • Smoke, LPG, Carbon Monoxide Detectors • Fire Extinguisher • Systems Control Center • Passenger Seat Belts in Select Areas Electrical & Plumbing • Onan RV QG 4000 Gas Generator • 30 amp Service with Shore Line Power Cord • Battery Disconnect Switch • Emergency Start Switch • Auxiliary House Battery • 6-gallon DSI Gas Water Heater • Water Heater Bypass System
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