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RE: 4 down towing auto tranny

Check HEREGee what a surprise that Remco recommends cars that need a tranny lube pump! Guess who sells tranny lube pumps??? We like our AWD CRV which has adequate room and easy to tow. We've even driven on on beaches. Since it's not FWD we avoid deep soft sand... Both Motorhome magazine and FMCA have towing guides. Here's a better link for Remco's Lookup table. It also shows listings for vehicles that can be towed without a pump, such as the 2014 and older CR-V's.
Dutch_12078 12/21/14 01:24pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Tail light diode how to question honda pilot

I used the dual diode packs that came with my Remco transmission pump, but Demco sells a package of four dual diodes that includes wiring instructions. On our RAV4, I was able to tie into the rear light wires behind the driver's side kick panel, saving having to route the wires all the way to the back. Diode Kit
Dutch_12078 12/21/14 09:34am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Woodall, Good Sam and Camping World?

They are all part of Good Sam Enterprises, formerly Affinity Group, Inc.
Dutch_12078 12/20/14 07:50pm General RVing Issues
RE: Dish Network pay as you go service

That's a pay as you go deal? I don't know which of us you're asking, but yes, I have a PAYG account. do you also have access to their "dish anywhere" App? Yes, we use it frequently on our tablets and phones.
Dutch_12078 12/20/14 03:40pm Technology Corner
RE: Scrooge?

Better capture the video. She said this was the last time she'll ever sing it on TV as a tribute to Letterman as he leaves the show.
Dutch_12078 12/20/14 10:59am Around the Campfire
RE: Dish Network pay as you go service

That's a pay as you go deal? I don't know which of us you're asking, but yes, I have a PAYG account.
Dutch_12078 12/20/14 06:53am Technology Corner
RE: Dish Network pay as you go service

America's Top 200, Multi-Sport package, locals, plus Hopper, Joey, and VIP211k receiver/DVR fees with HD free for life... $106.99/mo
Dutch_12078 12/20/14 06:47am Technology Corner
RE: Propane - when is a fill a true fill

Last year I had a 20 lb BBQ cylinder filled at a dealer that had a spring mounted hook that held the hose up while filling by weight. That's the first and only time I've seen that setup.
Dutch_12078 12/19/14 06:13pm General RVing Issues
RE: Tell me about your vacuum!!!

Shark Professional upright/canister bagless convertible. Works great, picks up dog hair better than any other vac we've owned, upholstery power head tool plus the usual accessory tools, and easy to clean filters. We store it under the bed.
Dutch_12078 12/19/14 09:46am General RVing Issues
RE: Around Me app

Google Play lists at least 6 different "Around Me" and "AroundMe" apps. Any idea which one your friend was referring to?
Dutch_12078 12/19/14 06:25am General RVing Issues
RE: RV driver charged in fatal accident in Tennessee

The Grand Jury determined that he was negligent and should be punished. Now, a court trial and a jury will examine the facts and assess an appropriate punishment if he is found guilty. That is the way our judicial system works. It is not punishment for the sake of punishment. It is punishment for committing a crime, if he is found guilty of reckless homicide, a felony. A grand jury only determines whether or not they agree there is sufficient evidence to warrant an indictment. They do not determine guilt or negligence. That job belongs to a judge or jury that sees all of the evidence, not just the limited evidence presented by the prosecutor to secure the indictment.
Dutch_12078 12/18/14 03:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Good Sam Card/

$2.50 + the Good Sam card will get you a ride on the NY subway. The last time I rode the NYC subway the fare was only $0.15 without a Good Sam card. :B
Dutch_12078 12/18/14 06:02am Good Sam Club
RE: Exit Now

With my phone switched to "Airplane mode", iExit still let me browse the exits by state, Interstate, and exit number. While it does not show the maps, it does still show what amenities are available at each exit. It's not 100% functional, but it is still useable for basic information. The map is Open Source. If you check your route the night before while you are online It will stay in memory when you use it the next day while off line... I THINK?, never tried it I'll check it out when I get the chance. I have an Android phone, and I don't know if iExit functions any differently than it does on the Apple stuff.
Dutch_12078 12/18/14 05:54am General RVing Issues
RE: Exit Now

Time. The app, IExit. It much easier to use than a book. At least as long as you have cell service. And... As long as you have a smart phone and pay those monthly data fees. You don't need a smart phone, or cell service, or data service to use iExit. It runs just fine on an iPad or iTouch (an iPod sort like an iPhone but without the phone part).Would love to hear from anyone who has used this without a data connection! I'm all ears as we have an iPod - there would certainly be no GPS, and I would also doubt Google maps or street view... :@ With my phone switched to "Airplane mode", iExit still let me browse the exits by state, Interstate, and exit number. While it does not show the maps, it does still show what amenities are available at each exit. It's not 100% functional, but it is still useable for basic information.
Dutch_12078 12/17/14 03:20pm General RVing Issues
RE: I'm amazed

When they start carrying all the programming that we enjoy OTA everywhere we travel, I'll consider dropping our satellite service. Until then...
Dutch_12078 12/17/14 01:14pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: credit card limit

The 5% cash rebate we get on just our fuel purchases puts us well ahead of paying in cash or by check. And could you tell me what card that would be? That would be the PenFed Visa Plus cash rewards card. Anyone can join the credit union, and the Plus card requires having one of their other qualifying accounts. The simplest way is just to put $25 in a Money Market Account. There's no annual fee and the rebates are automatically deducted from your balance each month. There's no limits on rebates.
Dutch_12078 12/16/14 02:49pm General RVing Issues
RE: credit card limit

Last thing I need is to use a cred card somewhere and have the number stolen. Thankfully, my card is only good up till $3000 dollars but, I sure would hate to lose that money. Plus, by the time they charge you all the fees, fines, and surcharges a 75 dollar gas bill becomes a 100 bucks. Some of my friends live on a cash only basis and don't even have a bank. But you think it's perfectly fine to hand complete strangers a piece of paper with your bank account number and other personal details on it? At least with a credit card, I have recourse to protect my money. The 5% cash rebate we get on just our fuel purchases buts us well ahead of paying in cash or by check.
Dutch_12078 12/16/14 11:13am General RVing Issues
RE: Camping? When did you start.

I started tent camping with my family in the Adirondacks in 1942, about 9 months before I was born. I switched from tents to motorized campers and TT's in the late 60's after leaving the Army. My wife and I currently spend about 10 months a year living in our motorhome, and the rest of the time in our southern Adirondack lakeside cottage.
Dutch_12078 12/16/14 09:48am RV Lifestyle
RE: Looking for center console for Class A

Our previous '95 Coachmen Class A had a nice center console that we really liked. Our current Landau had a small center console that wouldn't even hold our travel mugs, so I swapped them before I sold the Coachmen. We don't have any trouble getting in or out of the front seats.
Dutch_12078 12/15/14 05:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Adjustable queen sized bed in our Motor home

A piece of plywood hinged at about the 1/3 point under the mattress might work for you. Elevation could be adjusted with wood blocks. Or if you want to get fancy, a linear actuator... Here's another possibility: Elevation wedge pillows
Dutch_12078 12/15/14 03:49pm Class A Motorhomes
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