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RE: Fun in the snow...

I'm thinking about getting a UTV. Just checked saferwholesale. The choice is wide and it is hard to make the decision. Thanks for sharing your experiences and knowledge, guys. It seems that it is better to narrow my search to Polaris and Can-Am.
Cristian123 11/13/23 03:22pm General RVing Issues
RE: Roof repair

Sorry to hear about the roof damage! For a DIY fix, assess the extent of the damage, secure loose edges with sealant, and consider reinforcing with aluminum tape. It has to be noted that leaffilter reviews suggest their products for preventive maintenance; you can explore options to fortify vulnerable areas and protect against future weather challenges. Good luck with the repair!
Cristian123 11/13/23 12:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Make line on driveway for camper loading?

I'm also in the process of doing a driveway. I've already ordered curb ramps (found useful info and reviews here, maybe this source will be useful for someone else) and now I'm waiting for the contractors to come and pave the driveway. Thanks for the helpful info and tips!
Cristian123 11/06/23 02:20pm Truck Campers
RE: Chevy Silverado EV

I need to find a proper seat cover for my chewy . Any ideas where to look for that? I suggest checking Chevy seat covers at WetOkole. I've been buying seat covers for all our cars there for several years. This shop offers a wide choice at affordable prices. First, I can always find the covers exactly for my car models. Second, they are neoprene and can be washed. I forgot those times when I had to look for cleaning products to clean the seats. And of course, such seat covers are great for traveling.
Cristian123 09/22/23 11:16am Tow Vehicles
RE: Sleep apnea

Unfortunately, sleep apnea is a chronic condition. Mild cases can be improved with lifestyle changes, such as weight loss, an increase in physical activity, or quitting smoking and drinking. However, in all cases, CPAP therapy remains the gold standard for treatment. Though sometimes surgery is required. My friend had to go through it. The recovery took several days. He had to take some Canada drugs and was fine in a short period of time. He sleeps well now.
Cristian123 09/16/23 10:48am Around the Campfire
RE: ebike for a heavy rider?

I have a Himiway Cobra Electric MTB and I'm more than pleased with it. I should say, that it took me some time to make the choice, especially when it came to the size. But I was lucky to find a good guide here that helped me figure it out.
Cristian123 08/26/23 03:13pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Odd Experience While Camping - Lesson Learned

Fortunately, we haven't faced any similar situations. I wonder what I would do. My biggest concern in such cases is to protect my children. They are small to not understand the threat. Are there any services I can address (except for the police) if I feel in danger because of such strangers when camping? Also, are there any other security solutions?
Cristian123 07/23/23 03:36am Family Camping
RE: Need warm enough campground for Oct

How did you end up solving the issue? I'm in a similar situation right now. My friend suggested living in his mobile home while I'm building the house. But there is no HVAC system in it. It is so hot inside right now. Also, I don't know how long I will stay here, so maybe it is worth thinking about heating as well. It is great that your friend decided to help you and you have a place to live right now. Speaking about HVAC, there are different options. You can consider installing package unit in mobile home. This is an all-in-one system (the compressor, coils, and air handler are combined in a single unit that is installed outside). I should say, it is a popular choice for cooling such homes. Though it may require ducts. Also, a mini-split unit might be a good choice. As for heating, you can later add a heat pump to an existing mobile home furnace if needed.
Cristian123 07/17/23 03:36pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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