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Motorhomes / Re: four wheel down towing
« Last post by kdbgoat on Today at 01:46:42 pm »
Go here and see what they say:

http://www.remcoindustries.com/Towing/
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Motorhomes / Re: four wheel down towing
« Last post by RLSharp on Today at 01:44:19 pm »
....I know what the manuel say, just wanting to know if anyone has tow this vehicle behind a motorhome

What does the manual say??

R
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Motorhomes / four wheel down towing
« Last post by danford50 on Today at 01:41:16 pm »
I have a 2013 Honda civic just wanting to know if you can tow a civic on all 4 wheel down, I know what the manuel say , just wanting to know if anyone has tow this vehicle behind a motorhome
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PCs, Communications, Electronics / Re: Garmin 770 LMT
« Last post by John Stephens on Today at 01:27:26 pm »
I wrote an email to Garmin asking a few questions and just received a reply. I was surprised at the turnaround time on their response.

When concerned about traffic congestion, Garmin suggests 1) to use their traffic updates app, and 2) choose fastest routing as opposed to shortest. Fastest will keep you on interstates when possible, while shortest will put you on surface streets if the overall distance is shorter.

Regarding using a 770 with a motor coach with toad, Garmin says to input your total length, not just your motor coach length. They also strongly suggest using the Avoid U-Turns option in setup.

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But you'll have to talk really loudly when doing it, so it may not be ideal for everyone!

Ha ha ha ha, I know, he's annoying
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All solar controllers that I'm familiar with can detect when the batteries are being charged by another source, and they'll throttle themselves back to prevent overcharging. There may be some cheap brands that don't but I'm not aware of them.

Those voltage parameters you mentioned should work for an AGM battery, and I doubt you'll notice any short term problems. AGMs, however, do have a slightly different charge profile than "standard" lead/acid batteries, so they may (over time) not live as long as they might have lived had they been charged with AGM settings.

Kev
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Trailers & Fifthwheels / Re: Leveling for towing a fifth wheel
« Last post by raybbj on Today at 12:58:54 pm »
CORRECT TRACK axle alignment system will add 2" to your trailer.
Larger tire size (if do-able) will add maybe 3/4"
Last resort would be a subframe welded under the main frame.
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Tech Talk / Re: Roof sealant advice requested. Silicon on shower skylight?
« Last post by blw2 on Today at 12:57:04 pm »
I would spray the whole RV in Flex Seal. Then you can drive on lakes too.

But you'll have to talk really loudly when doing it, so it may not be ideal for everyone!
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Newcomers' Corner / Re: Possible Hitch Damage - Sure Could Use Some Help
« Last post by blw2 on Today at 12:54:25 pm »
My 2 cents...if the hitch shop agrees that the thing is ok....and I would ask them to inspect the whole thing, not just that one part....
 but if it's deemed ok, I would still not just replace the missing fastener.  I would replace ALL of the bolts....probably including the large center one.... and make sure it's the proper grade bolts.  Don't just go to the hardware and put in anything that'll fit
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I didn't like the sales staff at our local CW in Fort Myers, FL and bought somewhere else. Went to them to get an oil change and was told I would have to wait three months. Huh? I joined Good Sam to get the campsite discounts and to buy things from the store when I can't find them anywhere else, but I won't go near their service department.
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