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RE: Mobile hot spots

I pay $25 a month now... happy.
Gulfcoast 12/04/19 07:49pm Technology Corner
RE: Uncomfortable Sofa

I love sleeping in my recliner..... best sleep I ever get, while watching Bonanza or Gunsmoke.
Gulfcoast 11/27/19 10:56am General RVing Issues
RE: Back up camera

I used RVcams and was well pleased, except for the price.
Gulfcoast 11/26/19 01:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Any nice new 5th wheels that have cloth furniture

I love my cloth interior and no one will ever convince me to change.
Gulfcoast 11/23/19 05:12pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: leaking grease seal.

Sounds like your $10 grease seal bill may end up way more.
Gulfcoast 11/20/19 06:08am Travel Trailers
RE: CENTRAMATIC Wheel Balancers

I had them on every Dodge 2500 that I owned. They were wonderful. I regret they don't have a set to fit my Chevy 2500 now.
Gulfcoast 11/19/19 01:51pm General RVing Issues
RE: Space Heater

After all this discussion... the best heat to me is an electric RV fireplace from RecPro. Easy to install, looks great and has good heat.
Gulfcoast 11/19/19 09:42am Travel Trailers
RE: Space Heater

I prefer oil filled heaters and here's why..... I agree that an oil-filled heater is still around 1500-watts, but when the oil is hot the thermostat will turn the element off and the heater will keep on heating (with the element off) for a long time. It's kinda like a car coasting down a long hill and using very little gas. The time between off and on cycles is way longer than my plain ole electric heater, and that's saving me money. Turn the heater off or unplug it and it will keep heating until the oil completely cools down to room temperature.
Gulfcoast 11/14/19 06:03pm Travel Trailers
RE: Orange County Calif., Loses Another Large Storage Lot

$400 a month to store an RV..... amazing. Our very well secured lot just went up to $60 a month.
Gulfcoast 11/14/19 01:44am Tech Issues
RE: Broken key, locked out of TT, no spare :(

Call an automotive locksmith and he will get in real quick.
Gulfcoast 11/12/19 03:56pm Travel Trailers
RE: How much SOLAR?

I plan way ahead and buy online. If I happen to need more power, my Champion inverter on gas or propane will keep things going.
Gulfcoast 11/12/19 09:15am Tech Issues
RE: How much SOLAR?

No thanks
Gulfcoast 11/11/19 08:33pm Tech Issues
RE: How much SOLAR?

I never thought 100 watts would be enough, but I will probably try 200 the first trip. I can always add more easily. The only thing, I sure don't want to get out at 3am to fire up the champion inverter to run the furnace.
Gulfcoast 11/11/19 07:34pm Tech Issues
RE: How much SOLAR?

I could put a nice looking ladder/canoe rack on my Chevy 2500 and put all the solar I wanted on it.
Gulfcoast 11/11/19 04:26pm Tech Issues
RE: How much SOLAR?

I don't want panels on my roof.
Gulfcoast 11/11/19 01:14pm Tech Issues
RE: How much SOLAR?

I have LED lights and tv, I will try to get the amp draw of the furnace.
Gulfcoast 11/11/19 12:33pm Tech Issues
How much SOLAR?

Another kinda vague solar question... but it's about the best I can do. If a guy headed to southern Arizona in the winter months and wanted to have enough solar for a TV, travel trailer furnace, lights, to charge a laptop daily, and keep the trailer electronics going.... On average, how many watts would I need? 200 - 300 - 400? I will use 6-volt golf cart batteries. You guys that do it often have some idea on what is needed. Thanks for your help.
Gulfcoast 11/11/19 12:00pm Tech Issues
RE: Selling my RV advice

I've sold several items on Craigslist and done well. What I learned is if you are not getting any calls, the asking price is too high.
Gulfcoast 11/09/19 09:04am General RVing Issues
RE: Lightweight RL trailer

3/4 ton - Chevy - 6.0
Gulfcoast 11/08/19 08:26am Travel Trailers
RE: Lightweight RL trailer

I'm going to downsize to a 21' (box size) probably.
Gulfcoast 11/08/19 07:35am Travel Trailers
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