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RE: Not sure what year?

good bait post. Why is a Senior member doing this?
2oldman 10/01/15 06:40pm Travel Trailers
RE: Hybrid Car Battery in my 5ver

Need details from the 'add'
2oldman 10/01/15 06:29pm Tech Issues
RE: Honda 2000 gen starts my AC....

His inefficient Dometic 13.5k BTU a/c would NOT start unless two (2) EU2000i's were run paralleled with the Eco mode OFF! It's a HUGE con when you have to run two EU2000i's with the Eco mode off---NOT quiet!I would concede that. All situations are different. My DuoTherm Brisk Air starts and runs just fine with 2 paralleled 2ks on Eco mode. And I can run many things at the same time, including the MW for a minute or so, but they are definitely screaming at that point.
2oldman 10/01/15 01:19pm Tech Issues
RE: Prep for a Hurricane

A tarp is not likely to survive those kinds of winds. Park away from trees. Better yet, get out of Dodge!
2oldman 10/01/15 11:00am Truck Campers
RE: Honda 2000 gen starts my AC....

Well, you do have the option of making life kinder and more gentler for your EU2000i. Simply purchase/use a 13.5k BTU a/c that has a continuous current rating much closer to 10a (along with a sufficiently low LRA).Wouldn't it be much easier to purchase another 2000?
2oldman 10/01/15 10:53am Tech Issues
RE: General Motors, Navistar Team Up on Medium-Duty Trucks

For Class Cs only?
2oldman 10/01/15 09:31am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Honda 2000 gen starts my AC....

As mentioned here many times, doing this long term won't be good for your gen. For that you should have 2.
2oldman 09/30/15 07:18pm Tech Issues
RE: Staying overnight at Pilot Flying J?

If you really want to be comfortable at a truck stop, pick one away from a city, like a remote fuel station along a freeway. The bigger the better.
2oldman 09/30/15 12:54pm Beginning RVing
RE: Staying overnight at Pilot Flying J?

Try Boonedocking.comas in Daniel Boone.
2oldman 09/30/15 11:43am Beginning RVing
RE: Staying overnight at Pilot Flying J?

I would look elsewhere. Those places are always very busy, very noisy, and quite often smelly.
2oldman 09/30/15 11:23am Beginning RVing
RE: Scenic and Adventerous roads around the Redwoods

Avenue of the Giants is my favorite place.
2oldman 09/30/15 10:50am Roads and Routes
RE: What Do I need?

..NICE low mileage Class 8 trucks already modified and updated for less than ½ a new MDT.I paid roughly 1/2 new price for my 5 yo MDT.Made me wonder if this thing was beyond dually territory and into MDT land. The newer duallies should handle it, but the MDTs and above are just such a pleasure to drive with all the headroom and air everything. It's often a question of your pocketbook.
2oldman 09/30/15 10:45am Tow Vehicles
RE: What does (not responding) mean

It is my humble opinion that this kind of question may best be answered this way: Google: not responding
2oldman 09/29/15 05:42pm Technology Corner
RE: Reno/Sparks to Red Bluff, CA

These posts have Reno and Red and Bluff in them.
2oldman 09/29/15 04:23pm Roads and Routes
RE: What Do I need?

Now that all the chest-beating is done, maybe the OP should come back.
2oldman 09/29/15 04:22pm Tow Vehicles
RE: What Do I need?

Yowza!! With those prices, one could buy a good used class 8 tractor I'd think for far less moochodenerio.Oh for sure. It depends on how much work you need to have done, how much time you have, and what it eventually looks like. I've seen some real nice 8s, and some pretty crummy looking ones. For my money, looks are important.
2oldman 09/29/15 11:45am Tow Vehicles
RE: How do I figure out my height?

You guys are making this way too complicated...LOL. Think OP's had enough? :)
2oldman 09/29/15 11:26am Class A Motorhomes
RE: How do I figure out my height?

Measure on the ground from RV to a point where the sun's shadow ends. Call that distance Y. Measure angle from that point to RV roof edge. X (height of RV) is given by: X/Y= tan (angle).
2oldman 09/29/15 11:15am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winterizing Tips

RVing FAQ, see section 23
2oldman 09/29/15 09:06am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Garmin RV760LMT Waypionts

I think just one wp on mine.. don't really use that feature much. Each day is a new trip.
2oldman 09/28/15 05:26pm Technology Corner
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