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RE: ez pass/toll pass placement on class A

My EZ pass is in the windshield of my DP, only tag is on the rear and I have towed our Smart car on a dolly all over with the EZ pass no problem. I move the pass from vehicle to vehicle and its never been a problem either.
ferndaleflyer 04/21/23 02:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Towing a Honda CRV one time - NC to Maine

Its 86 here in NC today at noon
ferndaleflyer 04/20/23 01:03pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Towing a Honda CRV one time - NC to Maine

Glad you had a good trip and let everyone know how it went We went to Myrtle Beach a couple of weeks back and it was 40 one night. Hope you took a coat up there.
ferndaleflyer 04/20/23 11:08am Dinghy Towing
RE: Typical price for Class A tire mounting and balance

I paid $2500 for mount, balance, new valve stems and out the door for 22.5 Hankooks on my DP.....Local mount and balance for tires I bought from discount tire direct for my F-350 was $15.00 per tire mount balance and new valve stem.
ferndaleflyer 04/18/23 08:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: GPS tracker for trailers?

Many a race car trailer has been found using one of those air tag things. Don't make it complicated, and make sure it is insured.
ferndaleflyer 04/16/23 02:34pm Travel Trailers
RE: Recommended tools for a newbie

All of the above + a gen fuel filter and a motor belt. Add to that a good emergency road service and a large limit credit card. Cash will also work!
ferndaleflyer 04/16/23 02:31pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tree Pruning

I got a battery powered one from Lowes a while back and it’s the best for trimming small limbs. But l also have a Steil. Big one for larger jobs
ferndaleflyer 04/11/23 08:28am Truck Campers
RE: Used to be informative

I am here and never will be on face book if I can help it. But here as on other sites the participation is dwindling.
ferndaleflyer 04/10/23 07:34am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Pigeon Forge to North Carolina

I doubt that, that route past Bush is pretty straight and level. At least it was last fall. Someone should have mentioned not to use GOOGLE out of Pigeon Forge, I made that mistake once long ago.
ferndaleflyer 04/08/23 07:13pm Roads and Routes
RE: Pigeon Forge to North Carolina

And semis don't travel through the park + it will take twice as long to get to Hendersonville going over the top dodging tourists, bikers, and hikers. Stay on the big roads, less white knuckles
ferndaleflyer 04/07/23 09:56am Roads and Routes
RE: 1996 Monaco Dynasty CGVWR

I'll look in my original owners manual for you tomorrow. I sometimes tow a pretty large, 32ft 3 axle, enclosed trailer thats heavy with a heavy car in it + a Smart car. Don't know what it weighs but its heavy. I got a big motor!!!!
ferndaleflyer 04/06/23 07:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Pigeon Forge to North Carolina

411/35through Chestnut Hill to I-40 then pick up I-26 below Asheville. We stayed below Hendersonville last year. We have also made several trips to Pigeon Forge and several through the park to Cherokee but always in the toad. I wouldn't even think of it with my DP or a large trailer and I have driven in some mountains. On 40 I just set my cruise control and ride other than down Black Mountain. There slow down and be safe.
ferndaleflyer 04/06/23 06:59pm Roads and Routes
RE: Nashville GSMNP

And Bush beans!
ferndaleflyer 04/06/23 08:25am Roads and Routes
RE: My Hitch Won't Let Go Of My Ball

I have a hitch, part that attaches to the truck, that is bent forward just a little and it causes the same problem. If I use it and it decides to stick I have a pry bar to get it loose.
ferndaleflyer 04/05/23 08:33am Towing
RE: Fresh water tank location in 1999 Windsor class A motorhome

There is no way to fill the fresh water tank on my Monaco Windsor other than hook a hose to the fill valve location in the wet bay. Also no door with a lock etc. Glad to see you back in here Dennis--was wondering about you.
ferndaleflyer 04/04/23 08:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Nashville GSMNP

Not enough traffic between you and I 40 to worry about---get on 40 and roll on. To me 321 is the scenic way as from Pigeon Forge up to 40 at this time of year isn't crowded. We also go there often
ferndaleflyer 04/04/23 08:33pm Roads and Routes
RE: Fresh water tank location in 1999 Windsor class A motorhome

So far you have got no information as to your question. I have a Monaco Windsor if thats the Windsor you are referring to and the fresh tank is behind the area where the dump valves are for the grey and black tanks. The bottom of this unit is completely sealed so you can't see by looking under it from underneath. The motor is under the bed!
ferndaleflyer 04/04/23 08:10am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 83 and have hung up the keys

So I run my mouth and get a head cold as soon as I got down here to Myrtle. But so far so good. Went to a old car museum and the man at the door was from where I was born and the owner lives where I live now. 1000 mi apart. Life is still good.
ferndaleflyer 03/27/23 05:59pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How big a toad?

As stated difference of opinion. I bought the dolly for $700 20+ years ago. Bought tires for it twice (I carry a spare tire but have never used it) We travel extensively and I only remember one time having to unhook the dolly. At home I store it in the alarmed garage, 52X40 garage, along with the DP. Not much trouble with thieves out here in the country. I am 82 years old and can move that dolly around with 1 hand, drop it on the ball, plug in the lights, and its ready to go. So since I never unhook it, except at home, all I have to do is unhook 1 pin roll the car (any front wheel drive car I have at the moment) on the dolly, tighten down 2 straps, put the pin back in and down the road I go. Me and that Road Master just don't get along I guess and I was using tow bars 60 years ago when you, some times, just clamped them on your front bumper. Remember those? Anyway that tow bar that came with this car is out there in the back of my pick up hoping to find a loving new home..Anyway, just having some fun here. Everyone be safe and have fun on your travels
ferndaleflyer 03/25/23 10:45am Class C Motorhomes
RE: How big a toad?

Live music you ask why I use a dolly, I can load a dolly in 5 min and it takes 1/2 hour + to hook up that Roadmaster mess. It came with the car when I bought it is why I have it. + that wheel wobble business when making short slow turns. No thanks. I can tow different cars etc so I am not stuck using 1 car every time. I don't know what they cost now but when I bought mine it was $700. Tow Master, Fayetteville, NC. Anyone want to buy my Road Master less the plate for the car?
ferndaleflyer 03/24/23 09:18am Class C Motorhomes
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