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RE: Anyone watch the TV show "Ice Cold Gold"?

Actually, the topic of this thread was about a Honda eu2000i portable generator being dropped from a helicopter at 2000' on this weeks episode of Ice Cold Gold..... Since this thread has gone way off topic I'm going to close it
96Bounder30E 04/18/15 09:24pm Tech Issues
RE: Anyone watch the TV show "Ice Cold Gold"?

Fred.......Wrong show......your thinking of Bering sea gold.........
96Bounder30E 04/17/15 11:29pm Tech Issues
Anyone watch the TV show "Ice Cold Gold"?

I guess it's pretty safe to come to the conclusion that a Honda eu2000i is not made to be dropped from 2000'?:B
96Bounder30E 04/17/15 11:18pm Tech Issues
RE: verizon

Yes it does..........just fine.....
96Bounder30E 04/15/15 10:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tough border crossing today, Tuesday

That should buff out!:B
96Bounder30E 04/14/15 03:50pm General RVing Issues
RE: Bounder 32 ft. Overheating Rear Brake Calipers.

If it is on a Ford F53 chassis...The problem is, during that vintage, Ford was using Calipers that had Phenolic (Read a type of plastic) pistons.....over time the brake fluid makes the phenolic swell and stick to the the calipers internal o-ring seal........ So yes, absolutely, replace those calipers with rebuilts......at Autozone of O'Reilly they are only about $60 each....... Once again this is assuming it is a Ford Chassis that we are talking about.......
96Bounder30E 04/13/15 10:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Inexpensive wifi wireless security camera

I run mine static into the router, but it's the cable modem that causes me issues. A UPS prevents most ISP/IP reassignments, but we had an outage while at Quartzsite that also killed the modem, so...... It asked for a new IP when it woke up again. :( The Foscam IP report gave me the new IP and it was a quick fix Have you ever had an experience where your router hangs on reboot? How do you resolve that from a remote location?
96Bounder30E 04/02/15 11:27am Technology Corner
RE: small compressor for Trailair Triglade pinbox

How can we be sure?.......his system may use the same compressor.....but he doesn't specify what he's going to use for controls......he did mention valves and a switch......neither one is needed with the WirelessONE system... http://www.airliftcompany.com/shop/16060/
96Bounder30E 04/01/15 10:43pm Tech Issues
RE: small compressor for Trailair Triglade pinbox

I know you already received your compressor........but I want to show you a pretty cool alternative to a compressor with switches and valves.... I purchased the Airlift WirelessONE system for the airbags on my truck....it features a wireless remote control that allows you to fill or dump air as you are going down the road......in essence.....no valves or switches required.....you make all of your air system adjustments from the cab of your truck.....plus the digital readout tells you exactly how many LBS you have in the system..... WirelessONE by Airlift
96Bounder30E 04/01/15 10:20pm Tech Issues
RE: Kwikee steps

Here is a thread I started back in 2007 about my Kwikee steps rebuild..... See if there is any info in it that you can use..... Fast forward to today.....I still have the same motorhome...Same steps......I've had some issues with the electrics (read motor).....but, the steps joints have not been apart since I put them back together in 2007....... Kwikee automatic steps rebuild project: From Drab to Fab! from the post linked to above..... The final step was to reassemble the steps with new fastener hardware.........since I do not have access to OEM type rivets or a way to set them, I resorted to using off the shelf bolt type hardware..........there are 2 hole sizes used in these steps............3/8" and 1/2" diameter holes........the original rivets are two stepped with those two diameters......I used 3/8" x 3/4" shoulder bolts part number # 91264A581 and 3/8" x 3/8" x 1/2" bronze bushings part number # 6391K172 both available from www.Mcmaster.com, I had to also add 5/16" washers and 5/16 x 18 ny-lock nuts.
96Bounder30E 04/01/15 05:17pm Class A Motorhomes
Report: Brian France Stepping Down As NASCAR CEO

Wow!.........I never would have imagined this!:E http://beyondtheflag.com/2015/04/01/report-brian-france-stepping-down-as-nascar-ceo/
96Bounder30E 04/01/15 02:32pm Around the Campfire
RE: Inexpensive wifi wireless security camera

Jeff, I have 3 foscams and 8 wired Lorex cams......The Foscams are rocksolid once you get over the learning curve.....I use a No-Ip address for my DNS......I used to have problems with them switching IP addresses after a black out....until I learned how to turn of the DHCP...... For the money, A PTZ Foscam is a great camera...... The Dropcam clone I referred to above is nice in that there is not the set up learning curve......
96Bounder30E 04/01/15 01:18pm Technology Corner
Inexpensive wifi wireless security camera

I know the subject of home security cameras comes up from time to time on the forum... I was looking for a IP camera that is easy enough for my mom and dad to operate with my initial set up... I was looking at the Dropcam by Nest....but the $200 price tag was a little steep....while cruising ebay I came across the one linked to at the bottom....I did a best offer of $33 and they took it..... Unless you are familiar with Port Forwarding through your router, set up can be a real pain.....this camera required no port forwarding.....I had it up and running in less than 5 minutes While it doesn't have PTZ (Pan, Tilt, Zoom) it's screen quality and features are excellent......it has a motion alarm with email and text style notifications...... Wireless IP Camera HD Add-Drop Security IR WiFi 720p P2P Night Vision Baby Home Although I have not tried it......with a smart phone and a hot spot I believe this could be set up to be used in an RV.....
96Bounder30E 04/01/15 12:49pm Technology Corner
RE: Wrong magazine in pkg. w/ Dingy towing issue

Moved from tech issues
96Bounder30E 03/25/15 12:27am Good Sam Club
RE: Salton Sea

Visit Slab city while your there......just outside of Niland.....
96Bounder30E 03/24/15 09:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Kurt Bush Reinstated

Kurt Busch has the pole for Sunday! I'll be there Sunday.......anyone else going?
96Bounder30E 03/20/15 06:39pm Around the Campfire
RE: Cabinet overhead door hinge came loose.

Please post any responses to this thread here..... This duplicate thread is now closed.
96Bounder30E 03/19/15 12:42pm Tech Issues
RE: Battery Trojan vs. LIfeline

In late 2013 I paid $440 for (4) Trojan T-105's..........I fail to see any value in an AGM battery at $300 per battery.......what are you specifically trying to accomplish with the AGM 6 volts?
96Bounder30E 03/18/15 11:19am Tech Issues
Appliance & Generator Recall Information

Appliances Dometic Refer Recall - Possible Fire Hazard -Update 2/13/07 New Dometic Recall Initiated March 11, 2008 Norcold 1200 is being extended Suburban Furnace Recall Fire Hazard - Appliance Recalls - Norcold, Samsung and more Generators Honda EU2000i Generator Recall
96Bounder30E 03/16/15 05:57pm Tech Issues
RE: Clean Up the Stickys Please

Yes, it is already in the works......been working on it for several weeks now.......
96Bounder30E 03/15/15 06:01pm Tech Issues
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