What Do Those Letters Stand For (Acronyms)
Thanks to all newbies who asked about, and all members who provided the acronyms that are helpful on any RV forum :)
4X2 = 2 Wheel Drive
4X4 = 4 Wheel Drive
4WD = 4 Wheel Drive
55+ = Age 55 plus Park
5'er = Fifth Wheel
A/C = Air Conditioning A/C (Do not use AC)
AC = Alternating (AC) Current as in 120VAC
AMP = Amperes
APU = Auxiliary Power Unit (Generator)
AWD = All Wheel Drive
BH = Bunk House
BHBE = Bunk House, Bathroom Entry
BHBS = Bunk House Bedroom w/Slide (Out)
BHS = Bunk House w/Slide (Out)
BHDS = Bunk House double slide
BIL = Brother In Law
BLM = Bureau Of Land Management
BTW = By The Way
C2C = Coast to Coast Resorts
C2C = Coast to Coast - reciprocal campground to a membership resort
CAPS = Capital Letters. Using all CAPS is considered SCREAMING
CAT = Caterpillar
CB = Citizens Band (Radio)
CC = Crew Cab
CDL = Commercial Drivers License
CG = Camp Ground
COE = Corp of Engineers (US Army)
CSP = Continued Service Plan
CTD = Cummins Turbo Diesel
CUL = See You Later
CW = Camping World
D/A = Duramax Diesel / Allison Transmission
DAMHIK = Don't Ask Me How I Know
DC = Direct Current as in 12VDC
DD= Darling or Dear Daughter
DH = Darling Hubby or Husband, Dear Hubby,
DIL = Daughter In Law
DO = Dutch Oven
DRW = Dual Rear Wheels (AKA Dually)
DS= Dear Son
DSBH = Dinette Slide Bunk House
DW = Dear Wife, Darling Wife
EGT = Exhaust Gas Temperature
EMS = Electrical Management System
ERS = Emergency Road Service
ESP = Extended Service Plan
FAQ or FAQs = Frequently Asked Questions
FBS = Front Bedroom w/Slide (Out)
FBTS = Front Bath Triple Slide
FBV = Front Bathroom, V-Nose
FHU = Full Hook Up
FKS = Front Kitchen w/Slide (Out)
FKV = Front Kitchen, V-Nose
FT = Full Time
FW = Fifth Wheel
FWD = Front Wheel Drive
FWIW = For What It's Worth
FWT = Fresh Water Tank
FYI = For Your Information
GF = Girl friend
GPS = Global Positioning System
GAWR or GAW = Gross Axle Weight Rating
GCVW or GCW = Gross Combined Vehicle Weight
GCWR = Gross Combination Weight Rating
GIZMO = See PUP
GSRS = Good Sam Road service
GTWR = Gross Trailer Weight Rating
GVW or GVWR = Gross Vehicle Weight Rating
GOB = Good ol' Boy
HD = Heavy Duty
HDT = Heavy Duty Truck
HH = Happy Hour
HT = Half-Ton
HWH = Hot Water Heater, for those who heat it.
HWT = Hot Water Tank
IIRC = If I Remember Correctly
IMO = In My Opinion
IMHO = In My Humble Opinion
IP = Internet Provider
ISP = Internet Service Provider
JMHO = Just My Humble Opinion
JMO = Just my opinion
JOF = Jayco (RV) Owners Forum
KPTS = Kitchen Pantry w/Triple Slide (Outs)
KOA = Kampgrounds of America
LB = Long (Pickup Truck) Bed (or Box)
LKTS = L shaped Kitchen Triple Slide
LMAO = Laughing My (butt) Off
LOL = Laughing Out Loud
LP/LPG = Liquid Petroleum Gas
LS/MFT = Lucky Strike / Means Fine Tobacco (Who remembers that?)
LT = Light Truck tires (as in LT245 tires)
MH = Motor Home
MIL = Mother In Law
MM = Mile Marker
MSRP = Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price
nambarc= JOF mascot & world class nose picker
NFS = National Forest Service
NPS = National Park Service
OEM = Original Equipement by the Manufacturer
OP = Original Poster (The person who started the thread)
OTH = On The Other Hand
PDI = Pre-Delivery Inspection
PEBCAK (Problem Exists Between Chair And Keyboard)
PICNIC (Problem In Chair Not In Computer)
PITA = Pain in the (butt)
PPA = Passport America, half off campsites reservation club.
PSD = PowerStroke Diesel
PU = Pop Up (camper) -or- Pick Up (truck)
PUG = Pop Up Gizmo (Solar "Blankets" that cover the canvas ends of Pop-Ups and Hybrids)
PUP = Pop-Up
RBS = Rear Bedroom Slide or Rear Bath Slide
REQS =Rear Entertainment w/Quad Slide (Outs)
RETS = Rear Entertainment Triple Slide
RKDS = Rear Kitchen Dinette Slide
RLDS = Rear Living (Room) w/Double (or Deep) Slide (Outs)
RLS = Rear Living (Room) w/Slide (Out)
RLSA = Rear Living (Room) w/Side Aisle
RLTS = Rear Living (Room) w/Triple Slide (Outs)
ROTFLOL = Rolling On The Floor Laughing Out Loud
ROTFLMAO = Rolling On The Floor Laughing My (butt) Off
RPI = Resort Parks International (Membership reciprocal parks)
RV = Recreational Vehicle
SB = Short (Standard on GM 2500/3500) Pickup Bed (or Box)
S= slide out
(S)= Indicates a outside storage on a floor plan drawing.
SCrew = Super Crew
SEX = Ask mommy or daddy about it- This is an RV Forum
SWMBO = She who must be obeyed
SIL = Sister In Law or Son In Law (refer to context of conversation)
SOB = Some Other Brand
SP = State Park
SRW = Single Rear Wheels
SSWS = Super Slide within a Slide
TBC = Trailer Brake Controller
TBD= To be determined
TMI = Too Much Information
TOAD = A vehicle towed behind a MH
TP = Toilet Paper
TPMS = Tire Pressure Monitoring System
TT = Travel Trailer, Thousand Trails (Membership Parks)
TV = Tow Vehicle and on a rare occasion TeleVision
VIN = Vehicle Identification Number (Serial Number)
URL = website address
UVW or UVWR = Unloaded Vehicle Weight Rating
W = Wide or west (as made in the West plant)
WM/WallyWorld = Wal*Mart
WD or W/D = Washer/Dryer
WD = Weight Distribution (Hitch)
WDW = Walt Disney World
W/E/S = Water/Electric/Sewer
WH = water heater
Wi-Fi or WiFi = Wireless Fidelity
WTH= What the heck
WWW = World Wide Web (the Internet)
Anything else? Post your suggestion to add (keep 'em clean and kind!)
RLSA I'm told is Rear Living with Side Aisle
Although I haven't done the math I'm also told that the 351 in my model number is square feet.
I was told my REQS stands for Rear Entertainment Quad Slide, true?
LKTS. Lovely kitchen triple slide
BHBS - Bunk House Bedroom Slide?
BHS - Bunk House Slide.
I have an extra "B" in my TT.
DAMHIK - Don't Ask Me How I Know.... :rolleyes:
I would think it means Bunk house bedroom slide
Murff posted a new one in a thread that made me giggle.
S.W.M.B.O. - She Who Must Be Obeyed. He called his DW that.
Nambarc added to list.
JOF mascot and irritant.
How do I do a new post?
To create a new post, go to the target forum where you want to post (e.g., Jayco Travel Trailers) and click "New Thread"... it's a little black box in the upper left hand corner. Put in your Subject/Title and then your post and hit submit.
I've seen PUGS a lot, but not sure what it means. Can anyone shed some light on it?
PUGS (Pop Up Gizmo) added to list
And see here I always thought that PU was Pickup (truck) and PUP was a Pop-Up
What about RSBS?
What Do Those Letters Stand For (Acronyms)
Here's another one for the list:
EMS = Electrical Management System
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RSTS - Rear Sofa - Triple Slide
So what is BHSW? I know Bh is bunk house and s is slide but i can not find what the w is for. i have a 16 287BHSW
W = west as in western U.S. version vs. slight style differences that are designed for mid-west/eastern U.S.
DSBH (White hawk model) - Dinette slide bunk house
Does anyone know what rbs stands for?
Rear bed slide?
or right bed slide?
Bed is in the front. I'm thinking rear bathroom slide.
Could be. Slides everywhere these days. My Grandmother had a mobile home that was called an "expandable" home. Put it in place, level, and two people with hand cranks would open it up to the full width, about the width of today's double wides. Haven't seen one since. This was many years ago.
I'm new here, but find it strange that there is a "HWH" for "HOT" water "heater" (why would anybody have that?) and not a "WH" for water heater"....
But that's just me....
RKDS - Rear Kitchen Dinette Slide which it has or Rear Kitchen Dual/Double Slide which it has.
JACO SLX175RD Help me with this one. I think the 175RD may be the length and rear dinette correct is if it wrong, but what is SLX.
Updated 7/ 21/17. Please continue to make additional posts as they come up.
Someday maybe it will be complete.
Being in the I.T. field, I'd like to share a couple that may apply here:
* PICNIC (Problem In Chair Not In Computer)
* PEBCAK (Problem Exists Between Chair And Keyboard)
If you're looking at the "S" inside an "arrow" design, that indicates an outside storage area.
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