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RE: How do you seal a sewer hose

I gave up on those and started using the Camco Revolution Sewer hoses. They do not leak, they have caps for both ends for storage and they fit in the trailer bumper. http://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/camco-39624-20-revolution-sewer-hose-kit/6000130570268
PackerBacker 04/17/15 05:22am Beginning RVing
RE: Spokane to Calgary with heavy load - best way?

Let us know how you make out at the border! ...Eric
PackerBacker 04/16/15 05:43pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Blue Ox Sway Pro, Anderson or Equalizier ?

I tow with a 12K Equali-z-er and it has been great; no real sway and my rig is level. It's simple to hitch, unhitched and I can back up without disconnecting anything.
PackerBacker 04/16/15 06:26am Towing
RE: Cruiser RV/Fun Finder info

We don't have a Fun Finder but we have an Enterra by Cruiser RV. We've used it 125 days over the past 12 months and it has performed really well. A couple minor issues with cupboard door hinges and a piece of trim but other than that it has been great.
PackerBacker 04/16/15 06:09am Travel Trailers
RE: pros/cons seasonal site

We love having a seasonal site, this will be our 9th year. It's 75 miles from home so we go back and forth all summer and we essentially use the rv as a cottage. We also still travel occasionally from our seasonal to other campgrounds whenever we get the urge to do so. We have a deck, a storage box for chairs etc... and we are able to leave everything connected all the time. Best of both worlds for us.
PackerBacker 04/16/15 06:02am Travel Trailers
RE: Schwintek slide issue

Can't help with your specific issue but here is the manual which has some trouble-shooting included; https://lci1.com/assets/content/support/manuals/om-schwintek.pdf I had one side that did not want to come all the way in and lubing the rails fixed it.
PackerBacker 04/15/15 05:45am General RVing Issues
RE: Tough border crossing today, Tuesday

From the video it really looks like the truck caught on fire first, then the TT. Just curious, I looked at it several times and could not figure that out. How did you arrive at that?
PackerBacker 04/15/15 05:37am General RVing Issues
RE: Carrying Weapons North of the Border (cont)

We do not need another gun thread; the initial one was closed for a reason. Information regarding bringing weapons into Canada has been posted in a 'stickie' at the top of the Canada/Alaska forum.
PackerBacker 04/13/15 02:38pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: toad brakes?

Ron, I have heard of them but I was not aware they did not provide toad braking just break-away. We went back to a TT and pickup but we spent 6 years with a Class A and towing a Jeep and I used a Brake Buddy. I would still like to hear back from the OP (unless we've scared him off - hopefully not). ... Eric
PackerBacker 04/12/15 09:55am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: toad brakes?

How would a break-away system work without supplementary braking? ... Eric
PackerBacker 04/11/15 09:49pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: toad brakes?

The OP was inquiring about traveling to Alaska relative to his specific toad set up. Until the OP replies whether or not he has a supplementary braking system, all this discussion is irrelevant. He stated that he has a 'brake away sysyem' which would infer that he might have some sort of supplementary braking; now we simply need clarification to provide better responses. ... Eric
PackerBacker 04/10/15 12:08pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: How to spend money in Canada

Folks, please stick to the topic and not who knows more about their country!! :S ... Eric (Moderator)
PackerBacker 04/09/15 05:36pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Carrying Weapons North of the Border

OP has his info; time to close this as it's now going off the OP's topic.
PackerBacker 04/08/15 11:18am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Carrying Weapons North of the Border

Burbman said: "I drove through customs pulling the TT and they didn't even stop me..." OH yeah? When/ where? prove up that statement or quit writing fiction! I guess you missed the joke that Burbman posted, go back and look at the photo. :B
PackerBacker 04/07/15 05:14pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Information for entering Canada/US (including weapons)

Weapons This is info that I found on crossing the border with weapons. It is obviously subject to change at anytime. For specific up to date information it is best to contact the appropriate authorities on either side of the border. Into Canada http://canada.usembassy.gov/mobile//traveling_to_canada/bringing-weapons-into-canada.html http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/cfp-pcaf/information/visit/index-eng.htm Into the US http://www.ezbordercrossing.com/the-inspection-experience/transporting-firearms/bringing-firearms-into-the-u-s/#.VSQZIhj3arU https://help.cbp.gov/app/answers/detail/a_id/610/~/bringing-a-firearm-or-ammunition-to-the-u.s.-for-hunting-purposes
PackerBacker 04/07/15 11:59am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: 7 Pin Trailer Connection falling out of TV outlet

We've had the "trailer disconnected" warning come up on two trips now. The first time we were going down the freeway and I have no idea why it happened. The most recent one was on a fairly smooth road, but the first 4.5 miles away from the campsite was a dirt road. So that could have shaken the connector lose just a bit. (on the good news front, that road liquefied everything in the black tank) I'll have to see about rigging up a small bungee as others have done. The 7-pin on the TV is was new a year ago as I made the dealer replace the original because the cover was missing. I have the "trailer disconnected" warning come up on my 2008 F250 on an irregular basis. The first few times I stopped as quick as I could to check everything... and everything was fine. It has gotten to the point where I almost ignore that warning - when it comes up I check mirrors to see if the trailer is still there, look to see if the running lights work, and just continue on my way. The warning light goes off after only a minute or two. I read somewhere that someone else had their plug receiver replaced on the truck and that solved the problem. I don't know what is causing it, but it doesn't seem to be an issue. If it's like mine, you do not want to ignore the warning too long. When I get that message, it's not just a fault warning, I actually lose my trailer brakes too. Mine did this several times on our trip north this spring until I used a tie wrap to hold the plug in place. ... Eric
PackerBacker 04/07/15 05:11am Travel Trailers
RE: Another good one from 1958

Got it, thanks. ... Eric
PackerBacker 04/07/15 04:28am Travel Trailers
RE: 7 Pin Trailer Connection falling out of TV outlet

I use a tie wrap to hold the trailer plug onto the truck's outlet cover.
PackerBacker 04/07/15 04:23am Travel Trailers
RE: town ordinace against travel trailers on city streets

It's 48 hours where we live to load, unload, clean and minor maintence. Personally I would not want to be looking out the front of my house at a trailer/rv everyday.
PackerBacker 04/05/15 07:54pm General RVing Issues
RE: Another good one from 1958

Link no longer working; getting 404 error.
PackerBacker 04/05/15 09:38am Travel Trailers
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