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Bill and Judy LeMosy

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  1. Carl, Donna and David did a wonderful job of creating and managing this event. Thank you so much for all the time and energy that you put into it. It shows!!! We are already looking forward to next year.
  2. We included the following info in our book: I. Driver Info (a page that lists our names, address and each of our cell phone numbers). II. Plate #’s for truck, trailer and Smart (we . III. Volvo Info (Registration, title and insurance cards) IV. Trailer Info V. Smart Info VI. SD code section showing commercial exemption (check the HDT resource guide) VII. SD CDL Brochure and Manual (same as above) VIII. Truck and trailer Weight Sheet IX. Work Orders since we purchased We also include photos of our rig parked in various parks around th
  3. Have you considered trying Norwex products? They sell a cleaning cloth made with microfiber that contains micro silver in the fabric. They say the cloth removes 99% of bacteria from a surface. They have no odor and can be washed with your laundry. They're expensive but I learned of them from a friend who has Alpha-1 Antitrypsin deficiency (a frequently under diagnosed genetic disorder that causes early onset emphysema and/or liver disease). It's absolutely essential that she avoid inhalation of chemicals, smoke, perfumes, etc. since it will cause damage to her lungs. She uses the Norwex
  4. Bill, Thanks for the info. The new dish was installed by the NH folks in Junction City and they did not put the new dish in the same location as the old dome. I'm pretty sure that the new bolt pattern did not match the old one. Mike (the tech that installed it) told us that he was using heavy duty anchors when he installed it. Since then we have had the roof coated with RV Flex Armor and I think they removed the satellite before they sprayed the coating on the roof. I need to check with them to see if they used the same type of anchors when they re-installed the dish. I'm going to
  5. Thanks Smitty. The motion that concerns me is the rocking forward and back of the dish. I didn't notice any twisting motion. The dish and the arm that holds it tip forward in the wind and then fall back when the wind subsides. My fear is that the motion is pulling on the mounting bolts and may eventually cause damage to the roof. I sent Winegard a video of the rocking motion and they provided the following response: That is pretty normal movement for that antenna. As I had mentioned if you’re not losing the picture on the TV everything is OK. If you can hear the noise inside that may
  6. We'll probably start doing that but there are times when it's windy that I'd really like to be able to get local weather channels for information.
  7. Several months ago we replaced our old dome satellite dish with a new Winegard Trav'ler. Now we are concerned about the amount of movement that we can hear in wind. Even at just 15 mph, if the wind is from the right direction you can hear a thunking noise as the dish is pushed back and forth. In heavy winds (today 23 mph according to the Weather Channel) there is a constant thunking noise. So far it hasn't disrupted service but my primary concern is whether the rocking back and forth is putting stress on the roof that might cause problems down the road. Our roof is a combination of foa
  8. We received our email confirmation almost immediately. Easy peasy . Thanks for all your hard work!
  9. I agree with Rocky. We're going with RV FlexArmor.
  10. Thanks Rocky. I wish we had done it when we bought it a couple of years ago. We haven't found any evidence of leaking inside the rig but I'm starting to notice a slight crunchy noise when I walk on the roof. I'm not sure if it's water or UV damage but am very curious to see what they find when they remove the layers of caulk, vents, etc.
  11. I was told by the rvroof.com folks that a 40' coach adds 150 lbs.
  12. tyates007: You're welcome. We've been considering this for about a year now so at this point we're obviously sold. Big5er: With regard to your comment on comparing the cost for a new rubber roof, a few years ago on another trailer, we looked into the cost of a new rubber roof and at that time I think it was $125 per linear foot. It's probably more by now.
  13. Their website at rvroof.com says in their FAQ section: What if I have to replace anything on my roof? When we do your roof we replace all your vent pipes and lids, refrigerator base and lids, standard vent lids, install new Camco vent covers and new a/c gaskets. Your new bases are sealed in under the product so they will last as long as the roof. If you ever need to replace something for some reason or add something such as solar panels, we can remove the component, install a new one and respray just that area that was cut through. If you are somewhere else at the time, grind or cut thro
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