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General Discussion / Checking air pressure on my MH Duals
« Last post by Murphcrud on Today at 03:33:29 PM »
Hello,
I was checking the air pressure in my Michelin LT 2.25/75R16 (Canada) tires and found that I can only get a reading on front tires (65 psi), but rear dual tires would not register a reading.  I am aware of the extenders on the inside set but why would I not get a reading on either set?  Valve stem issue?  ON ALL FOUR?  All six tires were replaced at the same time.  Who has the answer?
Thank you
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Motorhomes / Re: We got a new four wheeler...
« Last post by Mile High on Today at 03:29:47 PM »
Brad, the brake lights coming on with the exhaust brake goes back beyond 2013. My 2010 does it too. I had never heard that'll this was a legal requirement.  But I had heard that all Freightliner mh chassis behave this way.
I don't know what the legal source is, but I know Spartan did it too, they just make it a little more public how to defeat it (Relay).
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Newcomers' Corner / Re: Anyone near Johnston RI will to help?
« Last post by spencerpj on Today at 03:14:59 PM »
Thanks! I guess I feel like I have so many questions that it would be so much easier just to talk to someone for a half an hour or so but I am willing to try and explain some of them. Firstly I want to replace the 30 amp plug and wondering do I need to shut anything off in order not to get electrocuted. Nope, as long as you are not plugged in, no shock. Iím thinking not but I feel like I should doublecheck! Also when I went to look at the propane I have a line coming out of the camper to what Iím assuming is a regulator and one coming out of the propane tanks but they do not match up at all. Very confused by that. No idea, maybe someone had it connected to a different tank where it was located. The hose in your hand looks like it might connect to something like an outdoor portable grill?  The large one looks like it connects to the propane tank  My camper is a 1999 forest river sierra. Not sure I could truly understand the whole winterizing of the pipes through a message board. So far I have only emptied the holding tanks and opened up all of the faucets. This is your # 1 proirity, if your lines freeze, you will add a whole lot of fixin to your 'to do' list.  Have you ever had water pump through the faucets?  At the back of the camper, do you see 2 lines that say, low port?  You need to drain those.
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Newcomers' Corner / Re: Anyone near Johnston RI will to help?
« Last post by Sweetfarm on Today at 03:01:43 PM »
Thanks! I guess I feel like I have so many questions that it would be so much easier just to talk to someone for a half an hour or so but I am willing to try and explain some of them. Firstly I want to replace the 30 amp plug and wondering do I need to shut anything off in order not to get electrocuted. Iím thinking not but I feel like I should doublecheck! Also when I went to look at the propane I have a line coming out of the camper to what Iím assuming is a regulator and one coming out of the propane tanks but they do not match up at all. Very confused by that. My camper is a 1999 forest river sierra. Not sure I could truly understand the whole winterizing of the pipes through a message board. So far I have only emptied the holding tanks and opened up all of the faucets.
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Trailers & Fifthwheels / Re: Free Air Antenna
« Last post by Metalman RVer on Today at 02:49:52 PM »
That is the opposite for how I thought it would be. I envisioned it like an arrow with the tip pointed in the direction of where the station is.  Good to know...ÖÖ..thanks
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Newcomers' Corner / Re: Anyone near Johnston RI will to help?
« Last post by spencerpj on Today at 02:34:36 PM »
I don't live close by, but what about the propane?  You only need to turn it off.
The water system is what you need to worry about.
Be more specific with what type of trailers you bought, and we'll help you. 
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RVing with pets / Re: Having money doesn't give you class.......
« Last post by CapeDave on Today at 02:27:04 PM »
It's true. And when I spoke to the other Entegra owner, he wasn't happy about it either. As a member of their rally, it casts all of them in a less than flattering light. As it turns out, when I went to the campground office to report the guy, the other Entegra owner had already been there.  It helps to restore my faith in RV'ers as a whole.
Campground should send the owner a hazardous site clean up fee!
Note to campgrounds to have a new paper for pet owners you leave it you will get charged for it......
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Trailers & Fifthwheels / Re: Awning maintenance cotter pin question
« Last post by Utclmjmpr on Today at 02:25:06 PM »
 Just remember,,the harder it is to shear,, the more damage it will do before shearing.>>>Dan
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Trailers & Fifthwheels / Re: Suspension lubrication?
« Last post by Utclmjmpr on Today at 02:17:10 PM »
 Your local ACE hardware store will have LPS2,,a great penetrate/lubricant that stays where you put it. (unlike WD40)>>>Dan
(Use between the leaves)
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