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Get the magazine, but I seldom read it. DW does. I didn't know about restaurant discounts. Haven't bought any of their insurance etc.
coolbreeze01 02/14/17 09:40am Around the Campfire
RE: Sway Control and WD Hitches

I like my Blue Ox Sway-Pro. Simple, clean, and effective.
coolbreeze01 02/13/17 09:36am Towing
RE: Is this Site Declining and losing Members?

I don't see any ads, what am I missing?
coolbreeze01 02/10/17 09:41am General RVing Issues
RE: Lost...What do you guys think

Many 5th wheel haulers are too much for 3/4 tons. If you have plans to travel 15, Cajon will be slow going with gasoline. Suggest a bumper pull and do some research. Used RV's can be a real money pit/headache.
coolbreeze01 02/08/17 09:30am Toy Haulers
RE: Flat Towing Pickups

The new Jeep pickup will probably be flat towable.
coolbreeze01 02/07/17 11:45am Tow Vehicles
RE: Facts about diesel ideling

Some of you are forgetting about the old 2cycle detroits with wet? sleeved cylinders. If you did not warm them up before a hard start, the cylinder would come out! THAT is and only HAS been the reason from what I have heard to truly warm up a diesel. For some, yes, overnight sleeping in a cab. But as noted, one needs to keep the motor at a higher then normal low idle. I've never generally speaking let any of my now about 6 different diesels to idle at start up for long. My equipment will idle per say for 5-10 minutes. but that is so the hydraulic oil etc warms up. The motor, start up and go generally speaking. Trains, some boats etc, they leave the motors when stopped, so the units have AC power, due to many being a diesel run generator. WHile the diesel needs to run, the generator runs the AC and DC with in the unit. So shutting them down is not always in the best interest of ALL involved. Marty I ran many Detroits in sub zero weather. They often needed a lot of either to start, but never had one come apart. The hydraulics always worked immediately also. Really enjoyed the 8V92's.
coolbreeze01 02/07/17 11:41am Tow Vehicles
RE: Resale-mpg-service cost. MB 3500 vs Ford 450

I am hearing the MB might not be the way to go for me. Ford service easier to find and payback time is long. On another topic. I looked at a bunch of Class C's today. Because of slide outs behind the driver seat and with no slide out the upper bunk support, leg room was a real issue. Seat back did not recline much to help. Anybody else find this as an issue, are there model/brands to focus on that may help out? When we were shopping C's, I wanted fully adjustable electric driver/passenger seats. Many didn't have them at the time. Enjoy shopping and when it gets tiring, take a break. Be sure to test drive a few, some are unstable empty imo.
coolbreeze01 02/06/17 12:25pm Beginning RVing
RE: Mixed Tire PSIs

If Carlisle recommended running each set of tires at their recommended PSI, that's what I would do. Best to replace all 4 and maybe the spare too. Let us know how your HD's work out.
coolbreeze01 02/03/17 11:56am General RVing Issues
RE: DRW in snow, off road, etc.

You'll be able to get into places that will give your rig the twist test. Have fun :C
coolbreeze01 02/02/17 10:29am Tow Vehicles
RE: 2017 Raptor vs. 2014 Raptor Drag Race

coolbreeze01 02/02/17 10:25am Tow Vehicles
RE: Smoking wood used for Beef?

I alternate Mesquite and Hickory. Fruit and Nut woods are sweeter than I care for, but its all tasty :C
coolbreeze01 02/02/17 10:15am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: 1950's Nostalgia

I remember my friends from the 50's.....they have gotten older looking than their parents :S
coolbreeze01 02/01/17 04:32pm Around the Campfire
RE: DRW in snow, off road, etc.

I'd tow my Jeep on a trailer with my RZR, Dirt Bikes, and Bicycles. Have fun.
coolbreeze01 02/01/17 04:26pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Aluminum vs Fiberglass Siding?

I've had both and glass is easier to clean.
coolbreeze01 02/01/17 04:19pm General RVing Issues
RE: what I learned about my Tundra while towing this weekend..

I don't understand why folks are hesitant to chose gears in an auto trans. I pick the gear for the situation and watch the tach. Drive is fine on freeways and that is about it ;)
coolbreeze01 01/31/17 09:29am Tow Vehicles
RE: wood screw tool

Buy 2 sets. One for the RV and one for home.
coolbreeze01 01/26/17 10:05am Travel Trailers
RE: Yum...tapeworms in your salmon

The sea-lice crawling out of salmon bothers some anglers.
coolbreeze01 01/25/17 10:27am Around the Campfire
RE: Anybody buy a new car via Costco?

Used the Costco deal on 2015 Highlander. Good experience. Doesn't cost anything and if you can get a better deal, you don't have to use it. The Costco 15% discount on parts/repair is also a good deal.
coolbreeze01 01/25/17 10:24am Around the Campfire
RE: Might be time to shoot my truck.

Spoil yourself with a new truck :C
coolbreeze01 01/25/17 10:14am Tow Vehicles
RE: New Toy

Good for you!! I didn't get any cards with cash.
coolbreeze01 01/25/17 10:05am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
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