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About mjrij

  • Birthday 06/15/1957

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  1. It might be the water tank overfill discharge tube.
  2. I recently purchased a toad battery charger from RVi Brake. It keeps my toad battery charged and provides power for the braking system without removing fuses. Mikey
  3. leered, I have stayed at several campgrounds in that area. In Lancaster, Pa either Old Mill Stream or Country Acres are decent. In Gettysburg, try Drummer Boy camping resort. If you are in the Hershey area the High Meadow Campground and Elizabethtown KOA are satisfactory. However giving the time of year, and after this harsh winter, I would call to see if and when they will be opening. Usually its after April 1st. mikie
  4. Talley, if you plan on keeping the coach for a while and you travel the mountains and tow, you need a cooler. You can also invest in a deeper transmission pan for added capacity which will also lower tranny fluid temps. mikie
  5. Homeroscar, I donot think there are any in Spring Lake, You might want to try Allaire State Park in Monmouth County or Pine Cone Resort in Freehold Township. They are probably 20 and 30 minutes away respectively. There are also a couple of campgrounds in Jackson, NJ which puts you out about 45 minutes with summer traffic. Hope this works out, make reservations early & enjoy. If you need more info let me know. mjrij (mikie)
  6. Hanko, From what I've been told, for every 50 gallons of diesel fuel used, 1 gallon of DEF is burned off. Mikie
  7. danrlane, The closeset campground to that location is the West Chester/Philadelphia, Pa. KOA. Problem is they do not open until April 1. Country Acres in Gordonville, Pa. opens March 15. Both of these places are what I consider well run and maintained properly. Flory's Campground in Ronks Pa. and Mill Bridge Village Campground in Paradise, both just outside of Lancaster Pa. are open all year but with limited facilities. Hope this will give you some direction in your decision. mikie
  8. Larry, I'm not sure but I going to take a W.A.G. at it. If those lines are coming from the washing machine, they could be back flow preventors, or pressure relief valves. They might be stuck in the open position, the reason they are sucking air. Hope this helps to point you in a direction. Mikie
  9. Dean, I had a 2001 Holiday Rambler Alumascape 5th Wheel. The battery cut off switch was located on the roadside outside wall to the right of the battery box . I would also check the 12 volt inverter, located in the kichen cabinet to the right of the stove. The circut breakers for the coach are located there as well. Good luck, Mikie
  10. If you have a Suburban Hot Water Heater, it could be time to change the anode rod.
  11. Thank you Mr. Butler for the info, I'll give that web site a try. Like I said I'm not ready to tow a toad yet, but in the mean time I do like riding and exploring in the mornings. Thanks again, Mikie
  12. I am in the market to purchase a bicycle rack for my coach, installed on the 2 inch receiver. Is there anything I should be aware of, as it pertains to towing a car from the same receiver some day in the future? Thanks for any input on this topic, suggestions greatly appreciated. Mikie
  13. We are looking for a nice campground to stay at while we tour Charlotte NC. Has anyone ever stayed at Carowinds Camp Wilderness??? All recommendations are greatly appreciated. Thanking you in advance. Mikie
  14. Dan, In our travels, we have stayed at the Lake George RV Park in Glen Falls. Nice resort, a little hilly, but there are some nice level sites down by the paddle boat lake. They have a movie theater and comedy/magic shows. If you venture out try eating at Sutton Place. Outside of Buffalo, in Oneida, is the Turning Stone Resort, on the Oneida Indian Reservation. It's a beautiful place to camp, and they offer a shuttle service from your site to the casino for entertainment and fine dining. Check out their web-site for coming attractions. Whenever we visit Lancaster, we stay at Country Acres, in Paradise PA. It's right off of US 30. The full hook-up sites in the back are very nice, wide and level. It is convenient to the outlet malls. Plenty of places to eat. If you go into the downtown area check out Fireman's Hall. Have a safe & wonderful trip. Mikie
  15. CPEN If you are going to Daytona Beach for a race International RV Park is nice especially in the new section in the back. All roads are paved as well as most sites. If you are looking to stay beach side, north of Daytona in Flagler Beach is a nice place right on the beach.
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