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RE: Difference between two Alliance fuel filters

Why would you use anything but FleetGaurd filters on an expensive engine?
Darryl&Rita 05/02/16 01:19pm Tech Issues
RE: wiring res fridge

If you plug it into inverter direct - it will work, and then you'll have to unplug it from inverter, turn the inverter off and plug fridge into wall receptacle every time you have the grid power. To have it trouble-free, you keep it plugged into the closest AC receptacle, just like you do at home. AC receptacles, in turn, should be switched between grid power and inverter, all of them, because you might also want to use MW or some other AC device. You use transfer switch to go from inverter to grid power and back, and it will also turn the inverter on and off. If it's a portable temporary 120V fridge - then yes, plug it into inverter when you need it. Plug it direct to the inverter, let the convertor take care of the batteries, when plugged in.
Darryl&Rita 04/14/16 05:27pm Tech Issues
RE: National Marketing Classifieds - Wont stop calling!

Boat air horn, judiciously applied. http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41I8-AhR9qL._AC_UL320_SR180,320_.jpg width=400
Darryl&Rita 03/22/16 11:05am General RVing Issues
RE: Position of the shackles on the idler after tire change

Time to get the jack back out.
Darryl&Rita 03/17/16 02:12pm Travel Trailers
RE: RV security

Paid insurance bill, valuables removed, door and storage bays left unlocked. Have had people inside, but no damage or theft. Neighbors on both sides have had significant damage and items removed.
Darryl&Rita 02/20/16 10:53am General RVing Issues
RE: Does trailer connector need to be in pick up box

You either have an in-bed receptacle, or you want one. I've added multiple kits, similar to RoyB's, to family members and friends trucks. All advantage, no disadvantage.
Darryl&Rita 02/10/16 03:28pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Route Two

It's the major North/South route to the border.
Darryl&Rita 02/09/16 09:16am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Pendant Lights

3 years and 25k miles trouble free.
Darryl&Rita 02/01/16 09:32am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Best cleaner and wax to use to wash fifth wheel

Don't forget some of this:http://www.diynot.com/diy/attachments/elbow_grease_poster-jpg.85533/
Darryl&Rita 01/09/16 07:28am Fifth-Wheels
RE: How do you put chains on your RV's?

I do the same things with chains as my otr company had me do. I park it till the roads are clear. Pretty much the same here. Don't forget the trip to the truck stop for coffee refills.
Darryl&Rita 01/06/16 06:33pm General RVing Issues
RE: Would a sky-rise campground make sense?

Bout as good an idea as a 2 story outhouse.
Darryl&Rita 12/18/15 06:06pm General RVing Issues
RE: Mid March RV Site Alberta east of Red Deer

Westerner RV Park. Right in Red Deer. Prairie Junction Stettler.
Darryl&Rita 12/11/15 03:39pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: S.O. SHORE POWER 8/3 BARE CORD

Don't see much value in an 8 gauge cord, suited to 30 amp service, unless it's for a looong run. A 50 amp RV needs 8/4 wire, not 8/3.
Darryl&Rita 12/02/15 04:20pm Tech Issues
RE: THE UTTER BASICS -- Using A Multimeter

I pronounce it "Fluke". Jusy sayin'.
Darryl&Rita 11/19/15 07:52am Tech Issues
RE: Thunderbolt 1.5 watt solar charger

Tee Hee...Thunderbolt.
Darryl&Rita 10/13/15 10:42am Tech Issues
RE: spare tire stuck under trailer

Possibly not Rust. Due to pick-ups losing under-mounted spares, the manufacturers have been forced to place a lock on the cable holding the tire. As the unit goes down the road, the jarring of the highway causes the cable to squeeze down between layers of cable underneath. This creates slack in the cable, which allows the tire to swing. The "cure" has been a clamp that grabs the cable, before enough slack is available to allow swing. The end result is a tire that can't be dropped, without aid from a tire shop or dealership. I'm not sure if trailers have this "feature", but even a little bit of cable squeezed down between the layer underneath can get hung up tight enough to appear to be stuck.
Darryl&Rita 09/20/15 12:34pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Question for knowledgeable solar experts

What happened to RV.Net? A whole bunch of over-tightened panties, and hurt feelings? Everyone should take a chill pill. The information freely given on this site is too valuable to let personal issues interfere.
Darryl&Rita 09/12/15 06:10pm Tech Issues
RE: I Need Ideas From You Creative Types!

Lots of paranoia over a rare event. How many people actually know someone who's lost an inverter gen? Not Internet stories, not a guy your BIL heard about. An actual, verifiable case. I've painted our EU2000 flat black, using Fusion plastic paint. I've never gone out of my way to secure it, other than the paint, and putting is away whaen not running. I don't worry about it being in view, or people listening for it. I let my insurance agent worry about loosing sleep.
Darryl&Rita 09/09/15 01:19pm General RVing Issues
RE: all the electric power needed for an RV?

Wiz, look again. They don't do Geothermal. The company name is Genthermal, and this is what they do. It burns propane, heats a thermopile, and generates DC power. Units start @ 30 watt. Not huge output, but it's over 24 hours a day, so the whr do start to add up.
Darryl&Rita 09/06/15 06:30pm Tech Issues
RE: all the electric power needed for an RV?

a tiny little LP flame produces about 400w of heat energy, used to power a fridge what i would love to see, is an lp powered heat converter, that takes that little flame and produces electricity to charge batteries and/or power RV systems the campfire thermo battery chargers for cell phones, only produce fractions of watts Ask, and you shall receive. All over in the oilpatch. Thermo-electric generator
Darryl&Rita 09/06/15 10:30am Tech Issues
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