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RE: Just wondering - RV.net - the Spam?

Looks like whoever it is has spamed just about every topic, using different names every time. Problem is, anything that will help to keep them off will also affect all the legit users and make the forum more difficult. I moderate a much smaller forum, and all posts, especially those from new members, are vetted by a moderator prior to posting. Its a PITA!
Johno02 03/28/15 06:28pm Forum Technical Support
RE: Slideout Topper

Tough Tops . Period, all you need to know.
Johno02 03/28/15 06:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: soft pavement

power and water probably ran under the pad where your jacks were
Johno02 03/28/15 05:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Smokey The Bear - RIP

Looks like the USFS is getting these videos taken down off their website as we speak.
Johno02 03/28/15 04:40pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Smokey The Bear - RIP

All the talk on the news is about the mental health of the nuts that go out with whatever to kill and maime people, and how to help them. Some one should offer mental healthcare to whoever came up with this idea about Smokey. Just another way for government to warp young minds. Don't teach how to care and preserve, just how to kill and destroy.
Johno02 03/28/15 04:19pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Whitewater Retro 177

Be aware that many of the threads on hee are older, and that there have been vast improvements in CPCP machines in the past few years. Most not are designed to run on 12v, usually with an adapter for convert from 110V. Also, the new machines do not require near the amperage that they used to. I have used mine on 12v for over 10 years now with no problems, and have had 12v outlets installed with dedicated wiring and fuses for the CPAP. Untill he get home, a 12v outlet attached to a couple of alligator clips to attach to the battery, and maybe a 12v extension cord will work. Both usually available at better auto parts stores. Check out some ot the other threads for other wiring advice.
Johno02 03/28/15 11:41am Travel Trailers
RE: Whitewater Retro 177

We installed one beside the bed just for my CPAP. Search this forum for CPAP, there are lots f threads about it.
Johno02 03/28/15 11:30am Travel Trailers
RE: Dual 30 amp rv's?

Have seen one used at a fairgrounds rv parking area. Power outlets were in pairs, with the idea of close parking for events shuch as rallies, dog shows, and othr events that attract lots of folks in rvs. 50A rig would pull in with a smart-ass driving, then take two 30A plugs using one of these adapters to use both plugs on one post. Ment that someone else didn't get a power hookup because these guys with their bigger rigs thought they deserved it. In that case, what they didn't know is that both the outlets were sharing the same 30A wiring. I do have one, used with permission is a case there I knew that both 30A plugs were on different sets of breakers. Used to power both ACs in a very warm weather situation. Dealer offered to let me borrow it, then I bought it thinking that I might sometime need it again. Want one at my cost???
Johno02 03/27/15 07:47pm Tech Issues
RE: How long freezing?

Do as you wish, but I would turn off the outside water and disconnect any unprotected outside water lines if temps are expected below 25* or so overnight. A frozen hose is not a problem untill it thaws and leaks, but having the hose attached increases the chance of freezing of the faucet.
Johno02 03/27/15 04:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Slide Topper, Vinyl or Acrilic

Go here for the full story. Tough Tops I am sure others will tell you the same.
Johno02 03/26/15 03:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Propane fill question

I have been told, so I can not state with authority, that each gallon of liquid will result in about 65 gallons of gas. Anyone else know the exact value??
Johno02 03/26/15 03:03pm Tech Issues
RE: Propane fill question

Modern propane tanks are considered full at 80%, to allow expansion room. They fill with liquid propane, which turns into a gas that will flow to your burners and such. Modern tanks have a internal shut-off to prevent over filling. On non-portable tanks, an overflow vent valve is opened, and then the tank is filled until liquid propane comes out or the valve shuts off, at 80% full.
Johno02 03/26/15 03:01pm Tech Issues
RE: Looking for help in improving the ride on my RV

Unfortunely, that chassis, rode like a truck! the next model which was introduced in 2004 or so, rides a lot better, and the one following that I have heard is even better.
Johno02 03/26/15 02:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Filling Up at Gas Station--Class A Gasser

I do use Walmart whenever possible, and usually have no problem getting in or out, BUT do scope your options first. And, I get .05 discount when I use my Walmart card. It adds up when filling the 75 gallon tank.
Johno02 03/26/15 02:04pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Filling Up at Gas Station--Class A Gasser

We are 31' with a toad. I always use convenience stores with no problems. Just scope it closely, and check you exit route. I will NOT use Flying Js or Pilot unless there is nowhere else. Gas is OK, price is usually OK, but if most of them will not allow a fill-up over $75 or so without reswiping card, or overcharging your care in advance. Its pretty obvious that we probably are not going to drive-off with a Class A and toad. I don't like being treated like I might be a petty thief for a 75 gallon tank of gas. Some folks don't mind, and if the company can stay in business with those customers, That is fine. I will just take my business where it is appreciated.
Johno02 03/26/15 02:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: No power to ACC Relay on 04 Mandalay 40B

Check inside or close to, for an inline fuse holder inside the HWH control box. My control box had a fuse on the external panel.
Johno02 03/25/15 04:24pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Crotchety old man

If you are getting that way at just 44, you are really going to be bad. That is why I am so grouchy, putting up with kids like you.
Johno02 03/24/15 07:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Microsoft Streets & Trips Program

I was a systems programmer starting on an IBM 1401, just a few years ago. We didn't even have a display screen. Delorme didn't work at all on a Selectric Printer. Guess I will have to get used to it.
Johno02 03/24/15 07:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Boondocking really exists?

Just pull off the road into a Walmart, Sams, Home Depot, Some Cracker Barrels, Gander Mt., Bass Pro Shops, and some Interstate rest areas. Some National Forests, Some church parking lots, Fairgrounds, and city parks.
Johno02 03/24/15 07:33pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Another tv change out

Nice job, and free storage included! Nice!
Johno02 03/24/15 08:47am Class A Motorhomes
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