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The Shade Tree / Re: Atlanta - what a mess!
« Last post by SargeW on Today at 08:51:27 AM »
How could you benefit or be hindered with the RV lifestyle?

That's one reason why I always keep at least 1/2 tank of fuel in the rig. For me that's 75 gallons. If there is an issue with power due to weather, heat, or just bad luck, we are good to go for several days. Being from Ca and always hearing about having an "Earthquake Preparedness Kit", I always viewed the RV as our rolling emergency kit.
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General Discussion / Re: I need a new Ford truck!
« Last post by Joezeppy on Today at 08:44:00 AM »
Why stop there? I just read an article in the 2018 Trailer Life Towing Guide about a new F-450, the "Signature Series" or something like that they call it: $94,000!
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General Discussion / I need a new Ford truck!
« Last post by vito55 on Today at 08:29:44 AM »
I just saw a Ford ad on TV, featuring the trailer back-up feature. For people like me who have trouble backing up a trailer into a tight space this looks like the ultimate answer. My wife won't be  happy when I tell her we should trade in our new Dodge Durango, lost thousands of dollars, and spend even more on a truck that we really don't need, but boy, that back-up feature is cool!
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Bus Conversions, Buses / Re: Rear suspension question
« Last post by boatbuilder on Today at 08:28:48 AM »
Some airbags have internal bump stops. It could be as simple as one bag has been replaced and has a different bump stop height.
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Motorhomes / Re: Brrrrrrrr!!!
« Last post by Old_Crow on Today at 08:27:21 AM »
OK, after further testing, I have to admit that I was wro...wro...wrong(whew, that was tough). 
On my '00 Bounder 36s, the converter will, indeed, charge both the house batteries and the chassis battery.  Since the connections to the batteries are at the BCC on the firewall, it shouldn't matter what converter is installed.
Thanks for setting me straight and letting me have one less thing to worry about.  Hope the OP got something out of our conversation, also.

Now, on to the leaking water heater, the broken drinking water filter, and the washer/dryer that won't dry.  As Rosanna Rosannadanna's father used to say, "It's always something".
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Trailers & Fifthwheels / Re: Towing weights
« Last post by Gary RV_Wizard on Today at 08:18:26 AM »
Good info from longhaul - that should help you determine which model of Ram 3500 will work for you.  I'd suggest a diesel-powered 3500 for a trailer in that weight range, but one of the larger V8 gas engines should perform decently, albeit with poor fuel economy.
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Bus Conversions, Buses / Re: Rear suspension question
« Last post by Gary RV_Wizard on Today at 08:14:03 AM »
The ride height control arms have no effect once the air is dumped from the suspension, so I'm guessing the problem is that the air doesn't dump or it's an incorrect model of airbag (per ronster's comment).  I'm not familiar with the specifics of your air suspension, so not sure what to suggest about dump valving. You may have two problems - ride height incorrect (very common) plus no dump.
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General Discussion / Re: Locked out - Never again
« Last post by Punomatic on Today at 08:13:19 AM »
When we bought out TT 12 years ago, I put a set of keys in one of those magnetic key holders and placed in inside the frame rails. I wonder if it is still there?
I keep a spare set of keys for the trailer in my pickup and a spare set of keys for the pickup in the trailer. Even at my age, I think I am still sharp enough not to lock myself out of both at the same time!...I hope... ???
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The Shade Tree / Re: Another cruise ship nightmare
« Last post by Tom on Today at 08:10:57 AM »
A number of Disney cruises have reportedly returned to port with several hundred sick passengers. Something isn't working.
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The Shade Tree / Re: Another cruise ship nightmare
« Last post by Alfa38User on Today at 08:07:41 AM »
We took a Disney cruise 3 years ago, and there were staff at the entrances of each restaurant passing out anti-germ hand wipes.  No one was allowed in without wiping their hands first.  They were very strict about this.

It has been a few years ago now since our last cruise but this practice has been carried out on Norwegian Cruises for some time using a spray type of cleanser. Sort of forced you to use it a bit better than wipes.
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