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  1. Winnebago provides weight limits on attached ladders. Also pretty sure they are attached to more than just fibreglass, likely steel brackets. On my Class A the weight limit is 250 lbs. Pretty sure it could handle a 25 lb stepladder.
  2. Depends on your RV. Some have weight ratings on the ladder provided by the manufacturer that indicate how much they can handle.
  3. Sounds like a power issue. Do you have a battery disconnect switch somewhere? Is it possible that it was inadvertently turned on?
  4. We travel in our Class A, 39 foot, Winnebago, usually towing our truck. We mainly stick to Flying J, Pilot and Loves travel Stops. Flying J with their dedicated RV islands are by far the easiest to get in and out of. Between our credit card discount, the GoodSam discount at FlyingJ/Pilot, and the Love's monthly promos, we generally save .20 to .25 cents a gallon. We never head into town in search of "cheaper" gas as it can lead to issues which saving a few cents more per gallon is just not worth it to us.
  5. So you only want to hear from those who agree with you? Then why ask the question in the first place? Maybe it's just me, but I don't get it.
  6. DraftKings at Casino Queens has a RV park that is right across the river from the Arch. I believe it has a Metro Station right in its parking lot where you can catch a train right over to the arch. Check it out at https://draftkingsatcasinoqueen.com/stay/rv-park/
  7. The engine must be running in my MH also when operating the slides. If not the batteries will drain very quickly and the slides will stop working. This was true in the MH I owned previously as well.
  8. Sounds like it could be a low 12 voltage issue, not enough power? What condition are your coach batteries in?
  9. Over the years I have had all tires balanced. Either spin balanced, which is my preference, or bead balanced if spin balancing was not available. Both have worked fine for me.
  10. if you are worried about your generator's exhaust, get one of these RV Generator Exhaust Extensions. Available on Amazon.
  11. Sounds like you may have a dead converter or dead batteries....all systems you mention rely on 12 volts...
  12. You must be fully vaccinated and use the app ArriveCan to provide all needed documentation before arriving at the border. We crossed at I81 from northern New York to Ontario at Lansdown, Ontario. Go to https://travel.gc.ca/travel-covid/travel-restrictions/covid-vaccinated-travellers-entering-canada for more info. As far as returning to the U S., I you are an american citizen I believe all you need is a passport.
  13. Refer to the tire pressure placard on the inside of the drivers side door. if you don't have a drivers door, it will be on the wall under the drivers side window. This placard will detail the correct tire pressures for the front and rear axel assuming you have the correct size tires on your MH which I believe are 245/70R 19.5G . It will be sufficient for the max axle loads your coach is capable of and is still probably more than you actually need. 110 lbs is definitely too much.
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