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About JacknKay

  • Birthday 11/30/1947

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  1. We were at a Tiffin Rally this June in Oregon, but Bob was not there. The Tiffin Rep told eveyone there that this is a legend and did not happen.
  2. Actually, I ended up replacing the Batwing, with wingman with the Jack. Why? Well I like how it works and it's easier to crank up too. It does pull in a lot of stations when I'm in an area with stations. If you are not, nothing will help except cable.
  3. We have an Allegro of 2007 vintage. It's a 28DA. It has the Ford V-10 and we tow a 94 Honda Accord with it. Last year we put more than 10k miles on it without issues. The engine performs and we went over the Rockies with it just fine.
  4. There are a couple of places that I started looking into for a May trip. One is Yosemite Pines in Groveland, Ca. It has 118 full hook-up sites. Claims to be minutes from the park and is on HiWay 120. Just outside of Groveland is Yosemite Lakes RV Park. It's Thousand Trails, but they have public spaces too, I hear. It's very close to the Valley. High Serra RV Park in Oakhurst, CA. It's a little further from the Valley, but closer to Mariposa Grove. It only has 24 Full hook-up sites. It's on HiWay 41. It's about 280 miles from LA. Good luck and enjoy the wonders of Yosemite National Park.
  5. I would love to have my coach have a full body paint job, but my wife wants to go to Hawaii instead. Aloha......
  6. Here's a picture of my LED TV that I installed this Winter. What the TV used to look like. What it looks like now.
  7. My wife and I had a nice dinner in the city, (SF) this past week and when we got home there was a message on our answering machine from the credit card company that there was suspicious activity on our card. There didn't seem to be any charges that I didn't approve of, but they canceled the card and the next day I had a new one delivered by UPS. They could only say that someone called from a known fraudulent phone number. Interestingly enough the restaurant that we went to didn't include the tip I left them on the charge, but only the amount of the meal. Maybe they were too nervous or in a hurry. Interesting!
  8. A friend had his Allegro carpet replaced. It's the same year as mine. (see signature) He had to buy 4 rollers to put on the slide leading edge. Is that really necessary? On mine it doesn't seem like the slide "rolls" over the carpet, so why over the floor? just wondering. Jack
  9. JacknKay

    Removal Of TV

    I have a 2007 Tiffin and I know it's not the same as yours, but I had to remove the wooden frame around the box (enclosure) holding the TV first. It's attached with four 5" wood screws. Two each were driven into the enclosure from each side. (inside of the cabinets on each side of the enclosure) Once you get those out the frame slides toward the front and can be removed.The TV, in my case sits on the bottom of that enclosure and is held in place by four wood screws, (one at each corner) that are attached to small pieces of felt covered plywood. Remove those and the TV slides out. Make sure to get help, if it's a 25", it's heavy and you need to disconnect any cables once you pull it forward. It took me and my son about five minutes to remove it once the wood frame was removed. If you have an impact driver it will be easier to get the long screws out. On mine they were a square headed screw, not a phillips. Hope that helps. Jack
  10. I have the RVND manual on my iPad in PDF format. It resides in the "books" icon and I can easily look things up in it. I also have a manual for a Magellan and doesn't come close to the completeness of the RM manual.
  11. We have a Tiffin and they use Alder wood. I am planning to do the TV switch next week. I am going to try Poplar to replace the frame around the TV enclosure. If that doesn't match as well, I'll have to go looking for Alder.
  12. I to would like to have the ability to upload routes from a computer. I always research a new route using Google maps and sometimes on my iPhone. Often I have my wife refer to the paper maps just to make sure. I had the RM7710 and now the 7720. It was very handy on our last cross-country trip and impressed some of my fellow travelers on occasion. I like the dash-board feature for those areas of the country that are feature-less, (you know who you are).
  13. I did take advantage of the trade in and the 7720 does appear to have less of a glare issue. It also have WiFi to overlay local weather.
  14. I am in the middle of changing out our front 25" CRT with a new 32" LED. The LED TVs are lighter, and the one I got, a JVC weighs in at 9.5 lbs. The reason I got this size is that it will fit within the old enclosure and a 40" would be too big. I am getting a stationairy mount from CW that I will need to mount to a piece of 3/4" plywood. The plywood also fits within the old enclosure and will be anchored to 2X4" on each side. There should be enough room at the bottom on the enclosure to have a shelf for the DVD player and a sound-bar, (if I decide I want that). I do have to build a new face-frame to replace the one I removed, I think I have the skills to that.
  15. I started with an old Magellan, but I couldn't update the maps. I wanted a larger screen, so I decided to go with the RM 7710. The software took some getting used to, but I know how to use it now. I don't like the routing on occasions and often defer to a paper map. The glare was an issue and I bought the sunshade, which was useless. It did prove useful on our 8500 mile cross-country trip in the Fall. I decided to take advantage of RMs offer to trade it in to get the new 7720 in December. It seems to have less of a glare issue, but I haven't been out in the RV since Christmas. The new one has WiFi which can overlay weather. Not really needed because I get that on my phone anyway.
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