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RE: 6015, 2006, 8014,6019

I guess it is just me but I will not answer those calls. chevman
larry barnhart 12/18/14 09:53pm Technology Corner
6015, 2006, 8014,6019

Any body getting phone calls on their cell phones with the numbers on the subject? chevman
larry barnhart 12/18/14 09:17pm Technology Corner
RE: tire wear

I rotate every summer at 6000 miles. 6000 miles is the total driving each year. This is the only set of tires I have had rotated. First dually I did it myself the only time it was done. chevman
larry barnhart 12/18/14 05:33pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Quartzsite - High Fuel Prices !

Exit 45 on the north side of I-10 is the best place to fuel up. East of Quartzite. chevman
larry barnhart 12/18/14 09:10am Roads and Routes
RE: tire wear

I have never noticed any difference of a wear pattern from 5 sets of dually tires. Will be following this story for news. chevman
larry barnhart 12/18/14 07:58am Tow Vehicles
RE: Confused about towing weight

Buy a scanguage11 and it will give the correct water temperature number. chevman
larry barnhart 12/17/14 05:41pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Fastest selling pickups

Rams are selling because the price is cheaper as well as the quality of the truck. Let the fireworks begin...........Can't disagree...I just sold a Ram and moved into a Chevy. I don't believe in brand loyalty. Had a lot of problems with my 2010 Ram. As much as i liked it for the first 75,000 miles it was time to go.. B.O. Very curious what your problems were? My friend had a 2010 that Chrysler bought back, as I remember it was the service light deal going on most of the time. chevman
larry barnhart 12/14/14 12:39pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Clunk....

Only on 4x4's and of that era, as they used a plating (IIRC, nickel) that binds over time TSB and IIRC, replacement front drive shaft if greasing it doesn't solve the it That is the elusive 12th Zerk. 2WD has 11 Zerks we had a 2wd 2001 3500 that had the clunk on stopping and going forward after stopping. Most had to grease the spline on the drive line. I never did anything. chevman
larry barnhart 12/12/14 09:24pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Clunk....

I think I recall reading something about drive shaft needing grease? Maybe someone else will chime in that remembers.... You might want to have the ball joints, tie rod ends, etc. checked too. The first sentence is what I think is the problem. It was common. chevman
larry barnhart 12/12/14 06:24pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 2015 Ford F-450 Powerstroke. Has anyone ordered one??

I have owned 2 DRW 2011 and now a 2014 and really like the looks of the rear fenders. At least they are not the entire side of the bed like GM and Dodge. Agreed. No wide ass look. It's not ashamed to say, look, I have 4 wheels back here. LOL I like the fenders. chevman
larry barnhart 12/12/14 08:58am Tow Vehicles
RE: putting a shine on RV

Poliglow http://www.poliglow.net/?gclid=CPDCzMGSv8ICFUto7AodUScA8A works for me. chevman
larry barnhart 12/11/14 06:12pm General RVing Issues
RE: Tow Vehicle Preferences

A couple of years ago there was a post on another site showing the engine internals, Ford, Duramax, and Cummins! The side by side pics were dramatic, hands down Cummins was much beeffer than either of the other competators by a whole lot, i.e. Connecting rods both Ford and GM were like fingers and Cummins was an arm! In line six simple rugged and durable, can not beat that. That said both Ford and Chevy have creature comforts and things that may interest you! Drive all three, and go with what suits you! You mean this! http://myplace.frontier.com/~goedmonds/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderpictures/codrods1.jpg And this one. http://myplace.frontier.com/~goedmonds/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderpictures/conrods_new.jpg You need to show the same pictures of the cummins V-8 and the fiat V-6 so you will understand why the different reasons for different length of rods and pistons. chevman
larry barnhart 12/11/14 08:26am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Anderson Levelers

Hard to beat our 8x8 inch 3/4 plywood squares. chevman
larry barnhart 12/10/14 09:22am General RVing Issues
RE: Snow load on roof

over night snow storm for a friend of ours. Show Low Az chevman Sorry no picture came on
larry barnhart 12/08/14 10:18am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Snow load on roof

I felt our only fifthwheel that has seen winter just needed a push broom to pull the snow off without hurting the items on the roof. I bought a long enough ladder so I had support and not needing to be at the top. I did not try to remove all of the snow but what would come off easy. That was 15 years ago. Best method we have found is to be a snow bird. Snow isn't the problem but soon it will be frozen and will get heavier. Of course you all know this. chevman
larry barnhart 12/08/14 08:37am Fifth-Wheels
RE: RAM 3500 SRW - Aisin vs. 68RFE - Update

I like the interior color. The stitching looks great. Only bad bar is the goofy grin that never leaves your face! Sounds like you got a screaming deal. Happy for ya! The 68RFE is a great trans. Mine has been flawless over 55K. I agree... I like the white stitching on black leather. WOO HOO!!! Look everyone Fish and I agree!!!!! I REALLY like the LIMITED black interior but just don't understand why they want more for one than the LongHorn??? My Son ordered the LIMITED 3500srw with all options and rear air and I ordered the Longhorn Dually rear air all options but auto dim and his truck was slightly more than mine. You buy what you want, 98 buys what he wants so what's the discussion for and I don't buy either and no problem here . chevman
larry barnhart 12/07/14 12:12pm Tow Vehicles
RE: noisy hitch

We are on the 2nd truck using our reese/airhitch that we bought in Jan of 2001. I would keep it for the 3rd truck it a 3rd truck was needed. chevman
larry barnhart 12/06/14 11:10am Fifth-Wheels
RE: GM Owner's Didn't Read the Motor Trend Report

Not directed at the OP but people in general; Why does anyone care what someone else buys? I have felt this for years. chevman
larry barnhart 12/05/14 07:47am Tow Vehicles
RE: Rear kitchens in a fiver 32' or under

I realize our rig is a little longer than you asked about but we too were initially skeptical about a rear kitchen floor plan. Now that we have crossed to the "dark side" from the more traditional rear living design, we are very happy that we did. DW loves the kitchen space. We have had no issues with broken dishes or misplaced items etc. A little common sense while packing, stowing and driving and I don't think you will have any problems with a RK. Best Wishes! http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l10/heritage93/Alpenlite/interior2_zps77f0087b.jpg that is about the best designed fifth wheel I have ever seen. chevman
larry barnhart 12/01/14 08:37pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: faded cap

I would try poli glow. Chevman
larry barnhart 11/30/14 01:11pm Fifth-Wheels
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