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16  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: 2100 - No slide - Question on: July 09, 2014, 11:23:17 am
Depending upon your type of travel,,, I don't like the slides. We also have the table instead of couch/bed.  Also like shorter is better,,, had a roadtrek 210 loved it, but not quiet big enough,,, we found the 2350 used,,, and really driving not that much difference, but the extra room is great, have no problem with our stuff.. I actually have two bikes under the table ( there's a post if interested).... we travel as a couple and big puppy dog. No plans on traveling with kids or such.  So if fits us perfect... hated giving up that 4/5 mpg, but the extra room was worth it. Would like to look at 2100 but have not had the chance yet. BTW purchased our Cruiser in Seattle,,, we live in Houston
Sparky
17  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: HWH Levelers on: July 09, 2014, 11:14:53 am
I am always interested in the post re levelers,,, previous owner had them installed on our 2350,, over $4k ouch,,, I've never used them.. keep using the blocks.   I think I need to go to a local parking lot (concrete) and practice,, For some reason I'm scared to death they will get stuck.... I did extend them once at the storage yard,  Again maybe going out and playing with them a little will give me the confidence to use them
sparky
18  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: TOWING- cargo trailer on: July 09, 2014, 11:05:37 am
Ok,, waited awhile to see if anyone else had comments,,, think everything I need to do and be aware of was stated.. Thanks for your advice and tips
Sparky

will make sure to post on the trip later
19  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Tires, Michelins Or ? on: June 29, 2014, 10:54:22 am
Ron
 I'm not following what your trying to say,, 7year old tires, 41000,,,  time to go... I have the same tires same year 17000 doing a trip this fall then they are gone,,, safety and main thing is Peace of Mind haha
Bill
  Did you research tires on the forum,,, tons of stuff,, I always copy the post on tires, word document. then save,,, let us know what you decide, like I said above,, my tires are gone after our fall trip... PS if you get a great deal I might be tempted to buy early
sparky
20  Main Forum / General Discussion / More on tires on: June 24, 2014, 11:07:01 am
I saw this on RV travel .com    Since this is one of our biggest concerns in traveling, might want to give it a view

Be sure to watch our upcoming live webcast of RV Talk Live this Saturday, June 28, 9 a.m. Pacific (noon Eastern). RV Travel editor Chuck Woodbury discusses RV tires and RV tire safety issues with his guest Roger Marble, an authority on the subject. Roger blogs at RVtireSafety.com. You can watch the program on the RV Travel Channel. And if you missed last Saturday's webcast about RV electricity, watch it in the archives here

sparky
Houston
21  Main Forum / General Discussion / TOWING- cargo trailer on: June 24, 2014, 10:57:44 am
I looked at some of the previous post re towing.   Were planning a trip in which I need to haul about 1000lbs of the kids stuff up to Oregon. My plan is to rent a small cargo trailer (U-Haul,etc) for a one way.  The small one weighs 850 empty,, plus @1000lbs cargo +/- a few lbs,  added length @11ft.   Were in a 2350.  Since many of the parks and gas stops etc are pull through should have no problem driving and getting around. Trailer will have no brakes.  Do I need a trailer ball for the hitch?   Is the trailer light hook-up already set up on the back of the PC?  Any other suggestions will be appreciated. BTW am a rookie when it comes to towing.  If suggested will go find an empty parking lot and practice backing up if you think best.  Hoping that want be to necessary. tks
Sparky
Houston
22  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: How I "fixed" the problem of the SHORT queen bed on: June 04, 2014, 07:25:25 pm
PICS
  LT   
    I also had heck posting pics on this forum,,, you have to really go step by step to post. Matter of fact if I wanted to post something now I would have to go back to the instructions to do it..  I have done a lot of RV projects,,, Since I usually did a lot of steps and pictures I posted them on a blog and then put link on the forum,,, was easier and also did not take a lot of space on the forum page. this is the blogger I used
https://www.blogger.com/home   thanks for you contribution
sparky
23  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Keeping those flying pest out on: May 18, 2014, 11:36:48 am
I use some old pieces of window screen when I store the Beast..... just slap them over the vents they are over sized . push in the covers... of course only use them when in storage.. take them off when traveling... 
Sparky
24  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Storage Organization on: May 11, 2014, 10:38:50 am
Love the Zipper bags, great ideal  on the buy list..... I have two large packs that I store my travel stuff in and one to store the RV stuff in...Each pack has a notebook in it...   the travel bag has a notebook indexed and so forth for stops we have made, places we have been etc.. write notes as we travel,, type them up when we get back the put them in the notebook,,, can not tell you how many times we travel the same road and want to hit a certain spot..... I also print out any reservations we have and put them in the notebook  I also keep my Flying J book in their.. If we travel in our mini van very easy to take the travel bag with us
sparky
25  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Cleaning the Gray Tank on: May 11, 2014, 10:30:44 am
Barry
   I read a tip on another forum from old timer,, he uses Calgon Water softener in his tank... don't have the numbers of the mix,, it's like 1cup softener to gallon of water,, pours most of it down the black tank and some down the other drains.. claims the mix keeps the sides of the tanks SLIPPERY so nothing will stick to it... we are part time,, so I only put the mixture in when I do a flush   first time I flushed  lots of gunk, afterwards hardly anything...
sparky
26  Main Forum / Adventure Anywhere / Re: ALASKA in May??? on: April 30, 2014, 09:28:54 am
BH  could you write me direct   davidmsparks@gmail.com..... have a couple of questions and want bother everyone on the forum  BTW were you in Teslin  Sept 2012   I ran into a guy driving a 4 wheeler PC.. could have been you haha
sparky
27  Main Forum / Adventure Anywhere / Re: ALASKA in May??? on: April 29, 2014, 09:36:46 pm
Sorry about that Ron,,, maybe some day,,,, we do about 5/6 weeks,, I know a lot of people go all summer don't know if I could do that.. to much better half time hehe......we did a ton of driving the first trip wanted to see as much as possible... this time were going to take our time and spend extra time at a couple of places  Denali,  Kenai  and Jasper in Canada... just deciding rather to go early or late,, like I said last time we went in the Fall....
Sparky
28  Main Forum / Adventure Anywhere / ALASKA in May??? on: April 29, 2014, 10:16:40 am
Planning our next trip to Alaska next summer.  Our last trip we went late Aug to Sept. Loved it, no crowds, weather perfect(lucky) a  little cool. fall colors.   http://andysbigtrip.blogspot.com/    We had lots of advice and help on this trip.  This time we are thinking about going up mid May, get to Denali around the 25th and them meander down taking our time.. Has anyone traveled that early?  I also want to go a little earlier this time to do some Salmon fishing,,, got to fish for Halibut last time, but all the Salmon runs were over. Thanks for any tips.
Sparky
Houston
PS,,, You might notice I ask for a lot of help,,, I plan our trips out way ahead of time haha
29  Main Forum / Adventure Anywhere / Re: SEQUOIA NP on: April 21, 2014, 08:08:29 pm
Tks for tips,,,,  will have to keep RESEARCHING ,,,,  we always try to travel in cooler season, mid Spring, mid Fall... so usually miss the biggest crowds ( you would think people would be working and kids in school haha)(not anymore I guess)    I have found out you can read all the info on the internet, which is great, but never hurts to ask...when we went to Alaska I must have sent about a 100 emails to different people who were a great help when we traveled up there.  Wife uses a cpak and I don't have the battery power to run it all night,, how ever we are usually so tired I can not hear her snoring haha...
30  Main Forum / Adventure Anywhere / Re: SEQUOIA NP on: April 19, 2014, 08:53:21 pm
Just want to make sure I'm reading website correct Sequoia NP  NO HOOK-UPS,, surprising,,, You would think they would at least have elect and water,,,  wife and I don't care to dry camp too much,,, may do a day at a local park and then go do some hard core camping haha-- thanks for the sites will look them over
David
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