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  2. True, we do that at the house. When you buy the Coleman bottles, your not paying for the propane!
  3. manholt

    Is my truck capable to handle my load?

    Wayne. Hummm...I didn't quite get it. Don't 5'ers have their own brakes, like other trailers?
  4. You have the new Particulate filter that I have. In your owners manual there is a section, that tells you what to do, when it regenerate...with mine, I just keep driving and i takes about 18 minutes. There are some, that you need to find a place to stop, put it in neutral and let engine idle until light goes off...do not turn off ignition! It can cause you to buy a new one!
  5. If I did the transmission diagnostic test correctly, there were no codes for d1, d2, d3, d4, or d5. It was raining here so I didn't get a chance to look at ABS wiring or resistance checks on the sensors. Always tomorrow. Yes, WILDBILL308 that was the Cummins site I went to, then logged in with user name and password. Thanks everyone.
  6. Pawoodtx

    Is my truck capable to handle my load?

    Even if your truck would handle it, you will never be happy with it. You will be happy with a 1ton diesel dually.
  7. WILDEBILL308

    Warning light on 2008 Holiday Rambler Endeavor

    Keep your serial number handy, you will need it whenever you talk to a Cummins parts guy. What site did you use? https://quickserve.cummins.com/info/index.html This is the same site the dealer looks at to find information on your engine based on the serialnumber. Bill
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  9. You know they sell an adapter so you could refill the small bottles off a bigger tank. Lots of videos on youtube. Bill
  10. WILDEBILL308

    Question about roof repair

    I have to ask who came up with this? That is about the dumbest thing I have seen in a long, long time. There is no rational reason to do roof that way. They could have A) gotten a big enough piece of fiberglass. (What do they do on a 45' coach) B cut the parts so you run them across the roof and fiberglassed the joints together. Done right you could not see the joints and it would be as strong or stronger than one piece. Is the covering on the outside of the chanel fiberglass? Bill
  11. jleamont

    Question about roof repair

    I look at those photos and I’m baffled. That is RV side moulding that accepts the colored vinyl inserts. I’m with DD on this! https://www.rvupgradestore.com/RV-Corner-Trim-Molding-Insert-16-p/20-6978.htm
  12. hermanmullins

    Question about roof repair

    I wonder why they didn't place the large piece over the pieces they added to the edge and then Fiberglass the seam. Am I being just too simple? Herman
  13. richard5933

    Question about roof repair

    I agree - that repair created a pond on your roof and even the smallest leak would be greatly magnified. Would be great to make it flatter so the water can better drain.
  14. The lincoln will do that without a Toad Charge. We had 2 different MKX and they needed to have the battery charge off the rv while going down the road http://www.lslproducts.net/ToadChargePage.html
  15. desertdeals69

    Question about roof repair

    I would pull the trim off and use sheet aluminum and screw both edges to the roof. Use stainless screws. Use Dicor self leveling caulk. It will be a little bump but not as bad as with the trim. This fix should last for some years.
  16. desertdeals69

    car battery dies while towing behind RV

    What do you have that is on? Key in acc?
  17. We tow our 2015 Lincoln MKX behind our Class A Beaver motor coach. We follow all directions but after an hour of towing our MKX battery is dead. Any suggestions you might have would be appreciated.
  18. richard5933

    Full timer - Sanitizing fresh water tank

    Admittedly, it's been a long time since high school chemistry class. But isn't NaDCC the same thing as sodium dichloroisocyanurate? Is the sodium dichlor we're discussing here something else?
  19. wayne77590

    Is my truck capable to handle my load?

    As stated: Stopping power is what?
  20. mike2wheels

    Question about roof repair

    A couple of years ago a shop replaced the roof on our HR Endeavor. They used a single large sheet of fiberglass over new plywood underlayment. However, the sheet was not sufficient to cover the entire width of the roof, so they used trim, screws, and caulk to seal the edge of the fiberglass sheet. One problem is that the trim is about 3/16 inch higher than the roof, which prevents water from draining. Now they say the caulk should be replaced every year or two. This is over 80 linear feet of caulk and close to a day's labor plus materials. They quoted $500 just for a touch up. I think I can remove the trim and the caulk and replace it with Eternabond tape. Before I proceed I want some other opinions on my plan. In these photos you can see the trim around the edge of the roof, excluding the front and rear caps. The coach is 40' long, so there is close to 90 feet of trim.
  21. Jim, I took my cabinet down removed the front from the cabinet set my skill saw for to the angle of the cabinet. I then cut both top and bottom. Then cut the sides on the table saw. It came out perfectly. I will send a picture soon. Herman
  22. Maybe I'll just stick to the propane bottles and charcoal.
  23. manholt

    Full timer - Sanitizing fresh water tank

    Nope...Aquatabs are NaDCC (basically the same as city chlorinated water)! SD will remove rust, just depends on witch of the 5 varieties you use! None of them are not on the CDC or OSHA hit list of hazard material. In all hot tubs and Jacuzzi's, that I have owned...I used Bromide! Never Chlorine.
  24. I went to the Cummins site and put in my serial number then went to data plate. It has engine build date is June 25, 2007. Does that help?
  25. Since mine is all electric, I also use the bottle. We grill a lot, home & on the road. 4 bottles, per year at both places!
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