Dan Huhn

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  • in reply to: A Great Beagle Life – Memorial to Angie #53439
    Dan Huhn
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    Ray this was a great tribute to Angie. This was a nice way to remember her,and all the joy she brought to both of you over the years. Thanks for sharing this video.

    in reply to: Introducing Our Brand Spanking New Ram 3500 #53392
    Dan Huhn
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    Nice truck Ray I’m sure you are going to love pulling with it 👍

    in reply to: Boat Cruise Near Campbell River, BC – Orca Sightings! #53023
    Dan Huhn
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    Ray very nice video. The video quality was excellent,enjoyed how crystal clear it was!!

    in reply to: VIAIR 450P-RV Compressor Review #52438
    Dan Huhn
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    Donny did you try to contact Viair maybe they would send you your missing part if you let them know what happened.

    in reply to: Best 5th wheel (in your opinion) for full time living? #52033
    Dan Huhn
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    This is a link for Amazon.

    https://www.amazon.com/Splendide-WD2100XC-White-Vented-Washer/dp/B002PZA2UG/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1527724103&sr=8-2&keywords=RV++washer+dryer

    But I bought it about a year ago at camping world they had a better price at the time

    in reply to: Best 5th wheel (in your opinion) for full time living? #52025
    Dan Huhn
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    Mike I have a Splenda combo unit in my Montana it works fine. It does take maybe 2hours or so to do a load of laundry. But your doing both in same unit. It does a good job of washing. One other thing is your loads are a lot smaller than in a regular size washer. What we do is just put a load in before we head out for the day that way we come back and everything is done except folding and putting away.

    Another thing we could have put a side by side in our 5th wheel but then you lose the extra storage space .

    if you do buy a combo get the vented one not ventless. The ventless doesn’t dry very well.

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    in reply to: Length? #51697
    Dan Huhn
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    Mike all they want is length of your 5th wheel. I would just tell them 37 for your rig, that way they know to get you a big enough site.

    in reply to: Drain valves sticking #49664
    Dan Huhn
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    Kimberly I used the twist on cap used it for years now. I have found the other valves always leak a little or there is a little water left in the line. This just keeps your from getting an unexpected bath when you open the cap. This way you can still be the impatient operator….LOL

    in reply to: EEZRV TPMS Unboxing and Installation #48537
    Dan Huhn
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    Ray I’ve had this one for a few years now and really like it. I bought the repeater for mine just to be on safe side my Montana is 40 ft. I did find that I had to put the high pressure setting higher than what they recommended. All in all very happy with this set up.

    in reply to: RV Shower Stall Repairs – New Door Sweeps and Reseal #48507
    Dan Huhn
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    Ray did you check  trexwood.com they carry allsorts  of RV parks for a lot of makes and models. They may have the sweeps you need.

    in reply to: Favorite Waste Tank Treatments #46842
    Dan Huhn
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    I’m with Ray I use Happy camper works well for me i cant remember any smell coming from the black tank since I’ve been using it . I’ve been using it for over a year now and very happy with it.

    in reply to: Fifth Wheel Travel Trailer Tire Tips and Advice #46648
    Dan Huhn
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    I’ve had the same batteries that came with them still going. The monitor screen plugs into 12volt in my truck. I also bought the repeater that I mounted in front cargo bin of my 5er, with the length of my trailer i wanted to make sure to get a reading in my truck.

    in reply to: Fifth Wheel Travel Trailer Tire Tips and Advice #46644
    Dan Huhn
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    Ray I have the EEtire monitor I’ve had it going on three years it has worked good for me it can monitor all your tires even on your truck. I know a lot of people have TST monitor I think they all work about the same, Like I said I am happy with the one I have,gives me a little peace going down the road. I dont think you can go wrong with any of them.

    in reply to: Newby Question #42411
    Dan Huhn
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    Richard they only want the length of your trailer not combine length.

    in reply to: Need advise on plugging holes on roof #41338
    Dan Huhn
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    I would use Eterna bond tape then put decor around edge of tape. You wont have a leak there that tape is really good for patching holes.

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