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Old 03-06-2014, 06:35 PM   #1065
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Helloooo is anybody out there? Man we have a new 321 and nobody to talk to
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Old 03-06-2014, 07:35 PM   #1066
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I'm still here and haulin' around our 321RES!

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Old 03-07-2014, 10:05 AM   #1067
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. We replaced the wheels and tires with 16" rims & LT235/85 R16 tires for higher loading and speed ratings. In my opinion, there are very few ST rated tires worth a **** and all are limited to 65 mph..
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Anyone hauling a large TT should be limited to 65MPH. I see trailers all the time flying by me doing 70+. Seems they can't wait to get where they want to be. Problem is if they have a "blow out" they may take some innocent people with them......
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Old 03-07-2014, 06:58 PM   #1068
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Big hi Jimmie2 still enjoying your 321 we got to stay in ours 1 night here in the yard so far the way we work and the bear outside ( cold weather )one day.
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Anyone hauling a large TT should be limited to 65MPH. I see trailers all the time flying by me doing 70+. Seems they can't wait to get where they want to be. Problem is if they have a "blow out" they may take some innocent people with them......
Running at 65 mph on a tire that's rated at 65 mph max is not much of a safety margin. I never said I drive faster than 65. I have tires that are rated to 99 mph which provides plenty of margin. I get it that you don't like the idea of using LT tires on a trailer. I've done my research and am quite comfortable with my decision.
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Old 03-08-2014, 10:26 PM   #1070
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Hello WE RV 2,

Were still out here just haven't had much to report on, having to spend to much time at work! DW finally broke down and let me buy a backup camera from Costco. Went with a hard wired model to insure less interference. Spent the day running the cable which was not to bad until I got to the back wall. Took quite a bit of time to fish it up inside the rear wall. Hopefully will finish up with the monitor install tomorrow. Next up grade will be the progressive surge protector at which point I think we will have the 321 just the way we want it!

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Old 03-09-2014, 07:36 PM   #1071
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I just put on 3 MaxxairII's, already have a progressive surge protector,I installed a back up camera on my jeep and truck I have a camera to go on the back of the TT.The monitor was 35 the camera was 28 and 10 for the rca cable to go on the TT.Got a question when we open our front door the screen door handle hangs at the latch know a fix for this.2014 Cougar High Country,05 GMC 2500
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We're still here. Been in Palm Beach Fl since 2 February and will be here until the end of this month. First time "Full Timing" and it's been great. After the bugs are worked out the rest seems to be smooth sailing. Based on input from our forum, we traveled out of Massachusetts with no water and kept a gallon jug to flush the toilet on the road. Had enough RV antifreeze in the black tank to keep the drain from freezing. Looks like I'll have to re-winterize when we get back based on the weather they are having back home. Anyways if you have any questions ask away!
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We're still here. Been in Palm Beach Fl since 2 February and will be here until the end of this month. First time "Full Timing" and it's been great. After the bugs are worked out the rest seems to be smooth sailing. Based on input from our forum, we traveled out of Massachusetts with no water and kept a gallon jug to flush the toilet on the road. Had enough RV antifreeze in the black tank to keep the drain from freezing. Looks like I'll have to re-winterize when we get back based on the weather they are having back home. Anyways if you have any questions ask away!
Oh, enjoy folks.. Please post some mods.. Ours is parked till May / June.. Life in AK..
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Old 03-19-2014, 06:20 PM   #1074
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For those who don't like the black sides fix them with Plasti dip white of course if you dont like it peal it off.Here is a few mods back up camera for truck and TT,3 Maxxairs for the top,and a new house for the TT.Just the add on
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Still here, but too cold to do much!! Actually a light winter this year and making reservations for this summer..

Anyone do any mods this winter??
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Old 04-26-2014, 09:33 PM   #1076
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On our 321 I think it has a 2nd fan for the fridge that comes on when it heats up and makes more noise is that the way yours is,I pulled the top cover off for fridge vents and it has a piece of sheet metal that covers most of the opening for air.Don,t know the reason it,s there I think it would run cooler with out the metal what do you think
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On our 321 I think it has a 2nd fan for the fridge that comes on when it heats up and makes more noise is that the way yours is,I pulled the top cover off for fridge vents and it has a piece of sheet metal that covers most of the opening for air.Don,t know the reason it,s there I think it would run cooler with out the metal what do you think
I would consult an RV Tech on the metal plate prior to removing it, if your inclined to do so. There was a recall on appliances several years ago and one of the items they installed was a metal backing plate. If I remember right, it was a fire issue, once again I may be mistaken..
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Does yours have the sheet metal on it
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