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  1. I got a quote from FMCA RV Insurance several months back. When I called back to ask some questions, he said it had gone up due to the age of my vehicle and sent a quote now of $693. My Nationwide Agent said they could now quote for Progressive also. We matched exactly what FMCA RV Insurance quoted except two minor changes. I took $750 emergency expenses vs. $2,000 and upped my Replacement Cost Personal Effects from $3,000 to $5,000. Final cost savings to me $176 on my 2015 Winnebago Travato 59G. You might want to shop around a bit.
  2. I currently have the Rev TB24 and I want to go down in size to the van 19-20'. One thing I dislike about the 24' is it hits the ground (with it's protective bracket) in back very easily on any little slope (like going into some gas stations and shopping centers. I'm looking at the Travato 59G and at a dealer's one pipe was my hand width (less than 6") from the ground. Have any of you had trouble with this being so low? It is closer to the wheel so that may help. Roadmaster Simplicity vs Winnebago Travato 59G - good/bad things on each? Thanks! Caryl
  3. I had the truma CP plus had been heating. I believe I have the water pump on it's hard to tell on and off. I've done it both directions I'm plugged in, I have it on Mix electric and gas as I was told to have it on mix 2. I can't tell that any fuses are blown, nothing looks out of the ordinary. The tech support again is not answering their phone at night. Any ideas?
  4. Hi- I have a 2018 Dynamax Forest River REV 24 TB, with a 2015 Ram ProMaster Chassis gasoline 280 HP 3.6L V6 with 6-Speed Automatic and Overdrive.It came with a 1 5/8" hitch! It seems my only option for a two inch hitch, is a Hidden Hitch, but the exterior width of the RV is 92". Haven't found one that long. The dealer I bought the from, just said go to Forest River, and they sent me to Dynamax.I have a Genuine Buddy Scooter 50cc weighs 198 lbs and I'm looking at getting the Tilt-a-Rack weight capacity 400 lbs. to load and carry it. 46-58 lbs, so 257 lbs total.Suggests on what type of hidden hitch should I get?When I asked Dynamax they did not say anything about adding a Hidden Hitch - "Dynamax emailing you to let you know that would advise against adding a carrying rack for your scooter on the rear of your unit. Our general manager here at Dynamax has informed me that the Promaster is a pretty lightweight chassis and the current tongue weight rating is only 200lbs. The scooter and ramp alone would exceed that rated weight and it would be dead weight i.e. bouncing when you hit bumps, etc.. What we would recommend is a front mounted device as there is more weight available on the front axle that the rear. I am not sure if they make that, but with all the cargo in the rear, additional weight would push the limits of that rear axle." So has anyone else put on a hidden hitch? I asked a Etrailier.com Expert and this was his response, "We don't have any front hitches for your chassis. Only rear hitches like the part # 75882 which have quite a bit of capacity, but if you have RV I can't guarantee this would fit without issue." https://www.etrailer.com/Trailer-Hitch/Draw-Tite/75882.htmlAny advice would be appreciated. Thanks!
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