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  1. pflaumek

    Decided on a Tow Dolly

    I did, and agree with you comments. We do it the same way, and have found they stay tight.
  2. We use ATT service, and have added a hotspot line. We use a Netgear LB2120 Modem for the 4G LTE signal, and pass it through a Netgear AC1750 router. This makes our MH wireless throughout, and we can easily access our wifi with up to three (3) laptops without seeing slowdown in traffic. However, we're not streaming TV, but I suspect it would handle TV and at least one Laptop. For extended range, I use a Proxicast Omni directional antennae, and mount it on the rear ladder of the MH at the highest rail. While it does not provide a great deal of additional range, we do pick up at least one or more bars, but more importantly it appears to stabilize the signal, and I consider that important. This is a simple setup that I can set-up and take down in a matter of minutes, and has been very reliable so far (traveling the east coast). We've spent approximately $300.00 on the entire setup, and $40.00 monthly for the hot spot. We plan to test how reliable the set up will be as we head out west in 2019.
  3. pflaumek

    Decided on a Tow Dolly

    We purchased a Landgrebe tow dolly with spare tire, mount, stone guard, and landing gear wheel. Very easy to load, offload, and push out of the way. We've been on several short and medium distance trips. So far so good. We tow a Lincoln MKX with push button start, so we lock the wheels by threading the seat belt through the steering wheel. Works very well.