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RE: Mugged by California DMV?

One time I posted about "Komifornia" in a similar thread and some thin skinned moderator deleted my post and admonished me LOL hiney-hurt... LOL
SolidAxleDurango 08/16/16 04:40am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Am I correct or not?

People that are doing the money-math on an RV are totally missing the point.
SolidAxleDurango 07/21/16 06:11pm Beginning RVing
RE: Questions about traveling with grandkids

Buy 'em a T-shirt and a hat and call it good.... Who says memories are made by buying stuff? Go do cool stuff and take pics. Come home and make things with your pics... Calendars, coffee mugs, scrap books.
SolidAxleDurango 07/19/16 05:08pm RV Lifestyle
RE: 6.7 Cummins Engine Oil Temperature?

What oil temps are you guys seeing while pulling long grades?? Mine runs a bit higher than water/coolant temp.... 195 water means about 205-208 oil temp. I have noticed that there is a direct relationship between turbo boost and oil temp (which makes sense, but I never thought about it before)..... Under normal circumstances on flat ground i'll pull about 4-8 psi boost and the oil temps will be in the 205-208 I mentioned above.. However, if there's a headwind/sidewind and I'm using 20 psi to maintain highway speed, I'll see oil temps in the 220-235 range. Without a corresponding rise in coolant temp.
SolidAxleDurango 07/17/16 06:42am Tow Vehicles
RE: 6.7 Cummins Engine Oil Temperature?

It's a dummy reading. Just drive it and don't worry. What do you mean a "dummy reading"?
SolidAxleDurango 07/17/16 06:38am Tow Vehicles
RE: Name one thing you like best about your TV

865 torque @ 1600 rpm :-)
SolidAxleDurango 07/16/16 07:16am Tow Vehicles
RE: Why does Camping World corporate not improve service?

but its a great place to vent. So is the bathroom stall.
SolidAxleDurango 07/15/16 04:04pm Camping World Service and Installation
RE: Pull-Along vs.5th Wheel

With any given truck you can pull a much bigger TT then 5th wheel. Not when the size of TTs are limited to (roughly) 32-33-34' long.... And I can go to any dealership of nearly any brand and buy a 40-41-42' 5er. In other words.... Not when they don't exist.
SolidAxleDurango 07/15/16 08:12am Beginning RVing
RE: Pull-Along vs.5th Wheel

What advantages, if any, are there of a Pull-Along over a 5th Wheel? None
SolidAxleDurango 07/15/16 04:42am Beginning RVing
RE: Pulling A Train

Welcome to the forum. You have stumbled onto one of the more controversial topics here - that of double tow. I would advise you to do some specific research on your own, as you have already, and will continue to, get bad information here. Most states allow double tow. East and West coast states are the exception. Very few have a requirement that the first trailer be a 5er (although I wouldn't tandem tow with a bumper pull). Each state sets their own length limit, although in my experience, I have never seen nor heard 1st hand experience of it actually being enforced. I have double towed for about 15 years now. With a lighter boat, and a properly set up hitch on the back of the trailer, you are unlikely to have problems. A few photos of mine over the years. I still tandem tow my fishing boat, but we have moved on from the ATVs, and the new ski boat is too big to tow behind the 5 My experience very similar. Been doing so with a few different configurations. From 37' toy hauler with jetskis.... To 40' traditional 5er with utility trailer and SXS/ATV. https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-DzdhxYRio_8/U3neFt39i5I/AAAAAAAACZs/ZPDU3_AkZGI82CKgMj0WrGavHHLXlSDsQCCo/s800/IMAGE_24.jpg https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-_VG4X59KTIA/U1w4qxjko3I/AAAAAAAACkM/nTsiY4pkBicLEpaocz1nsj28dlsFSc-twCCo/s800/IMAGE_16.jpg https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-Djdcgk_POBQ/S45QugCsz_I/AAAAAAAABtI/25m9g4_8iiMLTOw71mh9tRyXfuU-lExgQCCo/s800/8-15-2007%2B6-08-10%2BPM_0003.JPG Over length. 74' long. Limit in my state (OK) for a power unit and single towed unit is 70'. Limit for a power unit and two towed units is 65'. Go figure. Safety is not specific to (well maintained) equipment. Safety is an act or state of being.
SolidAxleDurango 07/15/16 04:37am Beginning RVing
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