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RE: Ford Ecoboost gas mileage and reliability???

you really do need the 6.7L Diesel if you don't want to struggle. Now that is funny! The 6.2 does fine for what it was intended for in the F250. People who use it all the time know, that includes me. Not sure about your "test".
Learjet 04/14/14 07:26am Tow Vehicles
RE: Kumho Radial 857 as travel trailer replacement tire

my buddy just put these on his Rockwood and he is very happy with them.
Learjet 04/05/14 07:30am Travel Trailers
RE: Pros and Cons of Millenicom

I got the email this morning, a little disappointed I must say.
Learjet 04/02/14 05:09pm Technology Corner
RE: Optima battery question

I've been through 2 yellow tops on two different vehicles. Never got more than 2 years out of them. Not impressed at all.
Learjet 03/29/14 08:38am Tech Issues
RE: Pros and Cons of Millenicom

left Verizon proper for Millenicom...no regrets. Same service and more gigs. This is our home internet and internet on the road. We use @ 15 gigs per month.
Learjet 03/25/14 07:14pm Technology Corner
RE: Good Yamaha generator parts supplier?

I have used this place before http://www.boats.net/parts/search/Yamaha/Power%20Equipment/0/parts.html
Learjet 03/24/14 07:44pm Tech Issues
RE: Post your pics of F250 with 2000 lb pin weight

FYI, I have a 2wd F250, see sig...and it has rake sitting unloaded. Unlike the 4wd which sit more level.
Learjet 03/21/14 10:29am Tow Vehicles
RE: Post your pics of F250 with 2000 lb pin weight

40 bags of mulch @ 2000 lbs http://i95.photobucket.com/albums/l159/Learjetpilot/40bagsofmulch72used_zps29254dc5.jpg
Learjet 03/16/14 06:10pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Difference between a tranny cooler and engine oil cooler?

Oil coolers also help the oil warm up to the proper temp quicker when they are using the engine coolant to control the temp. My Ford 6.2 has one and my Nissan Titan had one.
Learjet 03/15/14 05:15pm Tow Vehicles
RE: New Ford F350/250?

happy with my 6.2, its all I'll ever need.
Learjet 03/10/14 05:05pm Tow Vehicles
RE: generator and fuel

Generators are made of steel, aluminum, copper and plastic. Why would those materials need exercise? . And if oil is not present on steel it will rust. Running the gen on a regular basis will keep everything lubricated. Also, any moisture in the windings should be removed by heat from running with a load. Otherwise your generator may not be ready when your are.
Learjet 03/05/14 03:32pm Tech Issues
RE: generator and fuel

Hi, It is winter time. I only run the generator to exercise it. It is a Yamaha 3000 sIEB. Should I turn off the fuel valve and let it shut down after being starved of fuel? (This risks dried out seals?) Or Should I merely turn off the fuel valve and turn off the generator with the key? What does the manual say? I would bet for long term storage it says to shut off fuel and let it run to it stops.
Learjet 03/05/14 12:53pm Tech Issues
RE: Omnidirectional TV antenna verses rotor TV antenna

Is the reception of an omnidirectional antenna as good as an antenna with a rotor? No.
Learjet 03/05/14 08:39am Technology Corner
RE: Lets Clarify: F250 Fifth Wheel Set-up

What year F250 has a payload of 3150 lbs :H I mean 9900-3150= 6750 unladen weight. Most all are approaching 8K unladen lately. Sig truck 3253 lb payload on the door sticker With me (250lb :( ) and full fuel my truck on a Cat scale weighted 6,860 10,000 GVWR - 6,860 = 3,140 lbs left of payload
Learjet 03/04/14 02:12pm Tow Vehicles
RE: E-Z lube axles

I used them on a 5ver -once. Never again. Called Dexter about this, they said they wish RV manufacturers would not use them. They are intended for use only on trailers that get the axles submerged in water, such as a boat trailer. I replaced the seal I blew out using the hand-pump-and-spin method, and hand-packed them after that experience. This is exactly right. They are great on boat trailers that get submerged in water. Unless the seals are new, you spin the wheel as you slowly add grease and nothing else goes wrong........they work on Campers. However most people feel that hand packing is very sufficient. How often do you pack the bearings on your tow vehicle??? Same principle as campers. They don't need constant greasing!!! Did you see my picture of the bad bearing? I never had that happen in a car either. I'm sorry, but this is not car quality items we are dealing with. JMHO
Learjet 02/24/14 07:11am Tech Issues
RE: E-Z lube axles

I am a retired FAA Certified Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic with Certified Inspection Authorization and I can't imagine a Certified Master Technician asking this question. You cannot inspect the bearings without removing them and you know the importance of that inspection. Please, everyone, don't neglect your bearings. I have seen wheels destroyed, aircraft wrecked and people killed by improper bearing maintenance!! Very good point, esp with the made in China bearings. Also the seals wear out, the brakes need to be checked. Good luck pumping the grease if you have a bad seal. I found this once and this was not from lack of grease or lack of proper adjustment... starting to pit... http://i95.photobucket.com/albums/l159/Learjetpilot/P306008101.jpg http://i95.photobucket.com/albums/l159/Learjetpilot/P30600810.jpg
Learjet 02/22/14 06:06am Tech Issues
RE: E-Z lube axles

please do a search, this has been written about Ad nauseam. I had problems, like many other doing this. And yes I did it properly. IF you want to take a chance on messing up your brakes...go far it.
Learjet 02/21/14 08:52am Tech Issues
RE: What hardware lowers high voltage?

I'd like to hear about a retail box that continuously regulates high voltage, not spikes. We are encountering more parks with high voltage (130V), not just indicate/protect me from spikes of high voltage. My VOM tells me that. Thanks 130v is ok
Learjet 02/13/14 02:44am Tech Issues
RE: Need AC and DC monitor panel

I put this Vena AC/DC meter in several years ago. It has been great and does a lot of different things for me. But, they don't make them anymore. http://i95.photobucket.com/albums/l159/Learjetpilot/P4150002.jpg
Learjet 02/09/14 03:54pm Tech Issues
RE: Millenicom Data usage checking improved

You can request usage on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and then wait for Millenicom to respond with your usage amount one to two days later. . What? there is no requesting...they are reporting AUTOMATICALLY the usage to your account on those days.
Learjet 02/06/14 08:12am Technology Corner
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