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RE: Which TPMS system to buy for truck and trailer?

No matter what brand, make sure you do NOT have rubber stems. THese systems cause greater wind pressure on the stems and they will eventually leak. The good part of this is that your system should notify you of the leak before you loose the tire.
jcsb 05/02/20 08:36pm General RVing Issues
RE: Which Roadside Assistance to select this year

Had GS when we had a 5th wheel. No help available when we had a blowout. Now have Coach Net. Used them 2 times. First required 2 tows both more than 100 miles. befire we got to a dealer who would service our Class C with a blown radiator. Never saw a bill. Last year had a tire leaking. They came out and replaced the valve, no bill. Would not change from Coach Net. 1 phone call is all that was needed both times. When looking for the replacement for GS, looked at AAA. Each location has different rules for RV's some do some don't. You do not know till you need them.
jcsb 04/09/20 01:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: levelers

jcsb 04/03/20 09:51pm Tech Issues
RE: Snowbird returning to Ohio

A friend of ours returned from south of Tampa to just north of Cincinnati earlier this week. Travel thru Atlanta was easier than he has ever experienced and usually he goes thru on a weekend. No real issues in Cincinnati other than some construction. Per local news travel times during rush hour the lowest in 20 years. Construction in to Columbes still a mess, take the outer belt. Have a safe trip
jcsb 03/28/20 02:18pm Roads and Routes
RE: Bolt on bigfoot levelers on an e450 chasis

They did have a contract with a company in Florida. I do not remember the name it was 10 years ago. We had our done at the Plant also but it is only a 3 - 4 hour drive for us. Drove up one day and was home for supper the next day. I found the Florida company from the Corporate web site. It was mid-state if I remember correctly. Did not offer a free installation but we were only in Florida for a couple of weeks, so the corporate offer and location worked out well for us.
jcsb 02/12/20 07:15pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Crossing into Canada from Maine

Check out the forum on RVing in Alaska and Canada There is a section of what not to bring into either and what you need to enter each. Tons of info. A US passport is needed to get out of Canada into the US.
jcsb 02/07/20 02:20pm Roads and Routes
RE: Discount on fuel if paying with cash??

found it common in parts of Florida
jcsb 01/08/20 05:56pm General RVing Issues
RE: Going around Cincinnati

Major construction on I 71 thru Columbus. From approximately 90mm to south of state fair grounds. Major backup all day everyday. Last summer we took beltway east going north and west when returning.
jcsb 10/04/19 08:22pm Roads and Routes
RE: Going around Cincinnati

Both I 75 and I 71 thru the city have construction. There are some narrow lanes to deal with. Some construction north of I71/I275 north till you get past Kings Island. Runs well though. Also some construction where I275 and I75/71 connect south of city. I have not been on I 275 east of city for quite a while but there was some construction on the east side for a while. Just took I 275 west to and from airport with only a very short lane restriction in Indiana.
jcsb 10/03/19 07:22pm Roads and Routes
RE: Albuquerque Balloon Festival Questions

We went several years ago via a FMCA trip. About a week. Daily activities and side trips. Stayed on the grounds, had E and W with mid week S clean out. Well worth it. As others have said, weather dictates if they fly or not. Afternoons not much but with side trips built in it was a great experience.
jcsb 09/26/19 05:11pm Roads and Routes
RE: Leak between Awning holder and RV

Do not understand your question. Why would the awning be attached to the floor of your RV?
jcsb 08/10/19 12:07pm Tech Issues
RE: Stabilizing a Class C

Started out using the commercial leveling blocks and 2x8's. Have the level indicators. Generally worked ok especially on paved sites. A real pain while setting up in rain. Added Bigfoot later. Found on sale and made the trip to the Mich. facility. Now can set up without leaving coach except to make sure slides will extend without hitting anything. Can reset if the coach settles after a day or two when on sandy sites. Don't get soaked during a rain store while setting up.
jcsb 08/08/19 09:41pm Class C Motorhomes
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