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Old 02-11-2016, 05:56 AM   #6091
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Old 02-11-2016, 09:53 AM   #6093
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If you use a "pressure regulator", make sure it's not one of the under $10 Camping World types. They are really flow reducers. Also if you have a back flow or check valve close to the hose connection to the coach, make sure it's not obstructing flow. Even the cut off valves and "Y" fittings have very small openings which restrict flow.
Not using an additional pressure regulator. Bluebird has a built in one in the line.
Maybe I need to take it apart and see if its clogged. I just hate to get into plumbing nightmares. I always end up with leaks.
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Got a new toad.

Old toad was a 1993 Toyota Camry. Bought it 5 years ago with 250,000 miles on it for $1500. It went with us on a tow dolly. Threw a main bearing Saturday at 315,497 miles while cruising down the highway in Florida. Go figure, we "live" in Missouri. WE installed 3 timing belts and resealed the engine while we had it.
It was a great car and we will miss it Greatly.

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Now to find a tow bar setup!!!!!
(will dolly it home w/ rear drive shaft out, when we head back)
We bought a jeep wrangler out of town on a whim-2000 model. I absolutely love it. We went to harbor freight and bought a universal tow bar for 60 bucks and pulled it home. You do not have to pull drive shaft. It can be towed flat.
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QUOTE: "Big willie: You do not have to pull drive shaft. It can be towed flat."

True on the flat tow but on a dolly, 2 wheels up, you have to pull rear shaft. Dolly is here with us and has to go home,too.
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QUOTE: "Big willie: You do not have to pull drive shaft. It can be towed flat."

True on the flat tow but on a dolly, 2 wheels up, you have to pull rear shaft. Dolly is here with us and has to go home,too.
Can you pull the dolly with Jeep ?

Seen 5th wheels pulling boat trailers.
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My Jeep is a 2002 and it say's do not tow on dolly.
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replaced with a 50. no 30's in stock. and got the 2 year extra warranty. $20.00
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