Roger & Pam Spencer

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  • in reply to: Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada #692
    Roger & Pam Spencer
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    And yet again, another beautiful photo.  I will add it as my ‘background wallpaper’.  When are you going to feature a free screen saver auto changer on your website Ray?  😉

    in reply to: I drive a Class "A" #684
    Roger & Pam Spencer
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    Thanks Ray, one of those idle afternoons when you “think” you don’t have anything to fix.  Ever had one of those?  😉


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    in reply to: I drive a Class "A" #644
    Roger & Pam Spencer
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    Finally… managed to dig up a couple of pictures of our Cl. A with toad.

    2002 Southwind 37′, Ford V-10 Gas, 2 slides towing our Jeep Liberty 2004


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    in reply to: Go North for Cool #500
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    Hmmm now it says my reply cannot be empty… yet I think I had a picture in it… not any text however.


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    in reply to: Towing Tips #429
    Roger & Pam Spencer
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    Ray, you might add how important it is to keep your load level devise (hitch) adjusted properly to balance your tongue weight equally between your front and rear axles of the tow vehicle.  Probably more so with a trailer than a 5er.  Too much weight on the rear axle can result in not enough on the front axle of your tow vehicle.  This will result in a actual lack of steering control as front is trying to ‘lift’ from the road.  In hilly or mountainous driving it can result in total lack of control on downhill curves, and out on the flatlands in the wind can cause you to become completely weary after just a few hours of fighting the wander caused by winds.  Not to say anything about your lack of nighttime vision with the headlights  pointed up in the air.)  😉  Experience.  It’s very important to have your tow vehicle leveled equally and your hitch  ‘straight’ to the trailer, and with the trailer sitting in a level configuration (which also aids in braking and turning).   Do yourself (and others) a favor, in safety as well as comfort.   Thanks,  Roger

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