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Anyone tow with a HDT? Going to buy our truck today and have been looking at the newer F450's. Will the F450 require bags to tow a mobile suite? I know trucks but I know nothing about diesels or HDT's. Would rather have the HDT to sit higher and all the benefits of pulling/stopping our rig but don't know anything about manufactures, milage, etc... We will be traveling rvers living full time. Thanks for any input.
Wondering if anyone knows is we can get Direct TV without having a residential USA address. We live in New Zealand but spend 4 months of each year touring the USA in our 5th wheeler. If we can't get direct TV does anyone know of any other TV options Many thanks Sandra
Help ! We've been doing short run RV'ing for a year in hope of someday taking a year off to RV. We have a TV with all the right jacks but have never figured out how to download movies and TV's to my PC laptop to play on the TV without internet. All the big players (Amazon, Netflix, Hulu etc etc) have mechanisms to play movies offline on iphones, ipads and android devices .(none of which have HDMI outputs to go to TV). I'm not looking to get things for free. I dont want to use DVD's. I just dont want to have to watch movies on an ipad when we have a nice big TV at the foot of the bed. I know this group has answers. Can anybody help me ? Thanks so much. Jonathan
My wife and I are shopping for a used Class A, and we are befuddled by where the manufacturers place the TVs. With few exceptions they TV in the living area is mounted a) Behind the dinette, facing toward the front of the coach, or Above the cab, facing the back of the coach. Meanwhile, the sofa is on one side wall facing the other. For those of you who live with either of these TV placements... How do you watch TV or movies? Do you have to sit in the dinette? Does one of you lie lengthwise on the couch while the other sites in a captains chair? Have you found a workaround where you can sit *together* and watch TV? This seems like a small issue, but since we plan to spend months at a time on the road it has become a big deal. But, having a TV mounted across from the couch is so rare that insisting on that eliminates 90% of the coaches that fit our other specifications - in particular our need for bunks. So, it's a lifestyle question. How do you handle the typical TV locations when you are living in your RV?