As i get closer to pulling the trigger i am eagerly searching for a smaller vehicle i can use to get around the campground, get around town, or just casually cruise along in. Not necessarilly a tow vehicle since i am in a Van but im looking at the older Honda st90's (small little motorcycle to get around on) and i was wondering.
What are some of your guys campground buggies you guys use? id love to hear some suggestions
Hi all.. my key for the front door won't unlock the storage door. are all replacement locks the same? is there anything i can try? I don't know if it's stuck or a key issue. it moves a little. thanks!@
Has anyone mounted an articulating TV mount in the basement of their 5th Wheel? I have a 2018 Sandpiper 372LOK and want to install one that can easily swing out when entertaining, tailgating, or just because. I’ve been told that the box surrounding the “basement “ is all plywood, so I’m assuming it would be easy enough to do myself. There is a coax cable outlet and plug in that area, so I have to assume it can be done. I’ve considered just sitting a TV on a table and using those connections, but I like the idea of easily swinging a TV out without dealing with cords and a table each time. I’m here for input from anyone that has tried this before; any info would be helpful before I start drilling holes in the basement box. Thanks! P.S. By basement, I’m talking about the pass through storage compartment area.
First off, I don’t even know if this is the right place to post this, but it’s the closest subreddit I’ve found. I’m full timing in a 5th wheel camper. It has a 110v 2.5 gallon electric water heater. And it’s great because it saves on propane. The only issue is that those 2.5 gallons run out extremely quickly when taking a shower. I’ve been looking online at tankless electric water heaters, but have been getting mixed reviews on most all of them. I need something that can run off of 110v or 120v. Anyone have any good recommendations?
I never realized the stuff would be hard to find until I ran out at the beginning of a trip in southeast Tennessee. This might end up being a very unpleasant weekend devoid of warm nights or hot food. The nearest flying J is almost 2 hours away. Where else can I get propane? How do I find it?