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RE: Prayer Request

Prayers sent!!
Bluhorn 04/01/17 12:42pm Around the Campfire
RE: Prayer Request

Prayers on there way!
Bluhorn 01/30/17 07:48am Around the Campfire
RE: Old Truck Story

Thanks for the comments guys. The truck is ready to turn 280,000 miles.The engine has never been touched.Everything including injectors is original. Nothing has been messed with either. The original tranny was overhauled at about 240,000.It runs sweet. I will have to see if I can download some pics.
Bluhorn 07/25/16 09:01am Tow Vehicles
Old Truck Story

Just thought I would pass this story along for you guys that have old vehicles. My Wildcat Fifth Wheel has been in New Jersey for almost two years and I needed to get it to Florida. I had worked a deal with a transport company to bring it down. I had to go up anyway and wanted to get the trailer checked out and serviced for the trip. I drove my old 1993 Dodge D 250 Cummins up there to take my tools and pick up boxes but didnt really trust the old girl to pull that trailer 1290 miles. It seems I didnt have a choice when scheduling issues caused transporters plans and mine not to work out.I had to get the Wildcat back to Florida. Well after getting trailer cleaned and roadworthy I hooked up the old Dodge and set off. I took the ferry and the eastern shore to make the trip more enjoyable and not to run the truck to hard.. I drove 6 hr stretches and the truck just amazed me. It took it all in stride and pulled it like a champ. And averaged 15.4 mpg for the trip! Used no oil. No issues cropped up. Sure it was a little slower accelerating but had no problem keeping up with traffic. It was actually a pleasureable trip after I realized this truck would cause me no problems. Those of you with older trucks. Keep them maintained and keep using them. You can save a lot of money and have more left over for camping. Whatever you do, have fun and enjoy!
Bluhorn 07/21/16 10:08am Tow Vehicles
RE: Refrigerator stopped working

I finally figured out the problem. Fuse clip was cracked on 3 amp fuse at base. I soldered a new fuse terminal to cotacts and fridge is ice cold! Sorry it took me so long to post but have been out of town. Thankfully it was a cheap fix.
Bluhorn 07/21/16 09:33am Tech Issues
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