October 2012 Blog Posts (10)

Let Us Remember The Storm Victims

I'm on my way back home right now from my annual half a year long road adventure and I stopped by one of my last camping spots and I usually see some friends of mine from West Virginia, but they didn't make it there. It isn't someone I usually have on speed dial or anything, but I do enjoy seeing and camping beside them for the past 4 years that I can remember and they are great people. I hope they didn't get caught up in the hurricane's destruction. There were a few people there from Maine…


Added by Dick Monehue on October 31, 2012 at 5:27pm — No Comments

Newbie/ Greenhorn etc. etc.


  Hello, my name is Jeff Strong and my wife's name is Yvan. Pronounced E- Van. We are first timers. Currently we live in Portland Oregon but that could change. We had always fantasied about owning and RV but that was what is always was up until the end of September. The house we had been renting for 12 years is to be sold because the Landlord can not afford the taxes and has some medical issues that require big dollars. We…


Added by Jeffrey warren Strong on October 31, 2012 at 2:53pm — 2 Comments

1997 Jayco Eagle series class c no turn signals

I have no blinkers they were working about four weeks ago. I have bought a new flasher from ford i bought a new turn signal switch my hazard lights work so do all my running and brake lights if anyone could give me any help i have been trying to figure it out for two weeks now it is frustrating that hazard lights blink but turn signals do not i have replaced all bulbs and fuses for blinkers as well i called ford they said it does not have a separate flasher for the blinkers so any ideals…


Added by Heath Nix on October 31, 2012 at 11:36am — 1 Comment

How to hook up hydrogen to a motorhome

I have stainless steal plates in a 5 gal. bucket of water. I hook up 12 volts from battery to the plates. Then I run a tube to my intake manifold. This cuts my gasoline intake down. I hot rodded the idea and went with 2 five gal buckets to increase hydrogen (Flammable gas) I was pulling more volts so I added a extra alternator. I also put a tank on top of my RV to increase storage of the hydrogen to cook with and heat my RV in winter. Sence hydrogen is a clean fuel it reverts back to oxygen… Continue

Added by Sonny Skyler on October 29, 2012 at 3:56pm — 1 Comment

Another adventure for the winter?

 As some of you know we rescued our old GMC camper this past year so since I repainted the outside white a white commercial coating, Then I tried to put some stripe accents on it but the stripe paint won't stick to it! So what to do? I have decided to do an antique car "Woody" down the sides and cab doors.

Going to use thin sheets of Luan cut, waterproofed on the back side and stained and sealed with spar varnish on the outside.

Will use thin wood strips to frame it all in…


Added by Nick Thegreek on October 28, 2012 at 12:09pm — 1 Comment

1979 Trillium Owner

Hi Everyone,

New owner so I am wondering how I can make my aluminum window trim and sliders look good.  They are pitted and have no shine.  I have a 3-burner stove that looks hideous ........ any advice where I should go or do to the stove top?   Thanks for you help and all your posts.  They are so informative.

patty perone

Added by Patty Perone on October 23, 2012 at 11:29am — No Comments

Door Needed

Hi All, I have a 72 shasta and need a new door. Does anyone have any info for me? Thanks Tinna

Added by tinna abrell on October 22, 2012 at 5:58pm — 2 Comments

manuals and information

I recently aquired a 1979 Apollo 3000RB RV and it does not have any manuals or information on it.  I sure would appreciate it if some kind soul could share any information about it.  Thanks in advance and good traveling to all.

Added by Alfred Cox on October 12, 2012 at 8:09pm — 1 Comment

RV ideas

I just picked up  a little 100 watt inverter an the Home_Despot for under $10.00 They plug into a cig lighter socket and it powers a 12 watt CFL for hours without getting hot. It also has a USB charge port and is very small.

The idea is to install one of these near every areas I want to use a normal 120 volt CFL light. It is less costly than buying more Thin-lite fixtures, and have other practical uses, like charging your electronic devices and more

Added by John Donahue on October 8, 2012 at 1:17am — 4 Comments

Benefits of Teardrop Trailers

What people want for traveling a unique trailer, which is not too much heavy and easily Tow-able and it all meets their requirements by hiring such trailers which are unique features.


For that bigtrailerwarehouse suggest you for teardrop trailers which have following benefits of traveling, camping and business.

  1. They are small which can be easily Tow-able by any vehicle even a mini Cooper haul a teardrop trailer.
  2. As they are light in weight so they will…

Added by picasoflake stalin on October 3, 2012 at 2:20am — No Comments

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