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RE: new GMC 1500 2x4. No one needs 4x4 anyway

Got wife 2018 GMC 1500. No one but famers,ranchers, ult. company, cops, logers, and people up in Canada need 4x4, just something saleman sell people who have good credit anyway. Waist of money. ...says the guy who's profile states he lives in ARIZONA!! Bwaahahahah!! :S Wonder if he has ever even SEEN snow?! grew up in north central Iowa, snow yes, before chill factor, just normal cold. Four miles from town. The pool hall was in town. So I had to take my motorcycle or stay home. 5 mins. of very cold, but then I was a the pool hall. Any one who came for the midwest in the fifty no was a pool hall is. But it only snow in the winter. And only on weekend.The best looking girls lived on the road with the deepest snow drifts. Yes I know what cold is.
Supercharged 01/03/18 07:38pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Motorcycle on 5ver.

Anybody tried carrying an 800 lb motorcycle on the back of their 5ver? How did it work? I am wanting to build a hydraulic lift for minedCarry a Harely, if it falls off you haven't really lost that much.
Supercharged 12/24/17 08:09pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: new GMC 1500 2x4. No one needs 4x4 anyway

It doesn't snow or even rain much here in Southern California but try pulling a 6,000 boat up a wet mossy launch ramp without a 4X4. Never had a 4X4 until I bought this one, I will never have a 2X4 again.Put 300 lbs. in the rear of pickup, that will work. Cheap was to get it done.
Supercharged 12/22/17 08:06pm Tow Vehicles
RE: UPS Deliveries

How does your park handle UPS deliveries? Ours used to come directly to our site but the park has decided to have them all delivered to the office instead. This can result in a day or two delay if the delivery is made after office hours or a weekend is involved for instance. I don't know why they wanted to get involved in the parcel business.I put things out front to get rid of them, last month got rid of 12 old boxes full.
Supercharged 12/20/17 07:57am Snowbirds
RE: new GMC 1500 2x4. No one needs 4x4 anyway

I admit I live on rural gravel roads and 4x4 is critical during bad weather and doing things on the property, but for anyone who does more than hard lot KOA type of camping, 4x4 can also be critical. I think remote boon docking is great. Not sure I would care for a 4x2 pickup to get me in and out of many of those locations. Either way. Better to have the capability and not need it than to need it and not have it.I grew up on Iowa gravel roads in the 40 and 50's, The school bus always went down the roads, maybe when show was three feet deep it was slowed down other that that no one needed one or the old farmer would have demaned one. Today the new farmer needs, the gov. to get him up in the morning and give him extra money to farm and live.
Supercharged 12/19/17 07:04pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Question for Harley owners

How where the wright brothers connected to the Harley brothers? They both only went 60 feet before they broke down.
Supercharged 12/17/17 07:44pm Around the Campfire
RE: Yahoo article on Walmart parking

.....Walmart is pathetic.... I disagree,,Walmart has lower prices for many items then any other store,,thats what counts.. X2. Walmart is the RV'ers friend. Their pharmacy are all linked together so you can pick up your prescription pretty painlessly. You can get "cash back" without paying any ATM fee's. If you are stuck finding a place to stay you can always overnight in their parking lot. Stores are basically laid out all the same so no matter where you are in the country you can find stuff easily. The weekend warrior has no need for the above, but many that use there RV's outside of a 150 mile radius do. I would stay there, but I don't want to spend all that money to put security windows in and armor plating on the sides of my RV to keep thing from coming in.
Supercharged 12/17/17 01:49pm General RVing Issues
RV sofa's

I would like to find the people who designs the sofa's in a RV and corner him and put 3 or 4 of them on top of him and then get up and jump on those. Maybe we would see a better model next year.
Supercharged 12/17/17 01:41pm General RVing Issues
RE: new GMC 1500 2x4. No one needs 4x4 anyway

Resale on 2x4's is next to nothing. I can understand it from reading other campers on here and my own experience. If your going to stick with it pay the extra for the 4x4 and avoid your wife yelling things like stupid. I saw a guy tear up a campground site trying to get out after a storm, he had to pay for the damages when his truck slide over and hit the plumbing and electric. At every camp ground there is some guy with his 4x4 with ex. large tires, Harley sticker on back widow, fat kids and a tow rope. Why get a 4x4?
Supercharged 12/17/17 01:34pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Starting the Engine during the Winter

I spent about 1/2 an hour searching this question. I'm sure it has been talked about before but I couldn't find it. Anyway, the Thor owners manual for my rig says to run the engine for 30 minutes each month while it is in winter storage. I have been doing this but I'm wondering if other folks do this too.. I hope I posted this in the right forum.. My engine is dumb, it doesn't know how many times or when I start it. So I don't tell it. I just jump in and go. I pass any problems on to the next guy wholikes to worry about that.
Supercharged 12/17/17 01:16pm Tech Issues
blow two duallys

Sunday late, 60 miles to nearest shop, service call was $650, tire extra. State Farm mailed me a check for the $650 very fast. Good Deal
Supercharged 12/16/17 06:07pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Snowbirds' impact on the local economy.

This is written for deep south Texas, but I suspect it is true for many areas. Interesting article, at the end they also makes a case for the slow declining snowbird numbers which many members seem to be noticing and posting on. Note article is 2 years old. CLICKY From what I have seen over 50 years living in Az. The aveage Snow birds spends about $100 per month for every thing. They don't like to spend that much, but sleeping out in the desert and eating traped rabbit and snake. That is the cost they can get it down to. They only go on the hwy when the winds are blown that way.
Supercharged 12/16/17 06:02pm Snowbirds
RE: new GMC 1500 2x4. No one needs 4x4 anyway

Howdy Supercharged!!! See you are in your usual good form...........:B Remember 4X4 just means longer walk back outMost people who have a 4x4 went into the dealer and set up in the high red truck and nearly wet his pants. The salemen took him out and turned him up side down and bouned his head on the floor until his credit cards fell out and hit the floor. He took a look and said this old boy is going to get a 4x4, heated seats, side steps, leather, 22 in. wheeles. Off he goes to the job showing every body look at what I bought. And I only paid 1800 over high book. You can't help them, it was met to be.
Supercharged 12/16/17 05:40pm Tow Vehicles
new GMC 1500 2x4. No one needs 4x4 anyway

This topic has been moved to another forum. You can read it here: 29505629
Supercharged 12/13/17 04:02pm General RVing Issues
new GMC 1500 2x4. No one needs 4x4 anyway

Got wife 2018 GMC 1500. No one but famers,ranchers, ult. company, cops, logers, and people up in Canada need 4x4, just something saleman sell people who have good credit anyway. Waist of money.
Supercharged 12/13/17 04:02pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Torque wars continue in the diesels

I only drive on roads that a level.So don't need any power.
Supercharged 12/10/17 09:40am Tow Vehicles
RE: Who Stores Their Rig Indoors Over the Winter?

Inside a Big Boy Toy storage, a condo I own.
Supercharged 12/10/17 09:38am General RVing Issues
RE: 1 ton Dually Pickup Owners Question

I am thinking about upgrading from a f250 to a f350 Dually. I was told it was a federal law that they are treat like a road tractor/semi, and must keep log book, CDL, med card, dot number on side of truck et. My friend was pulling a 5th wheel livestock trailer, got pulled over in a neighboring state and received several tickets because he didn't have any of this. I've seen several duallies pulling travel trailers and dont see dot numbers on the side of their trucks, What the difference or what do you do not to get bothered? Thanks for any info?You have a chain on your wallet more than 12 in. long.
Supercharged 12/09/17 08:30pm Tow Vehicles
RE: RV stuck in sand bad...

https://i.imgur.com/rElHvNIl.jpg I don’t mean to make this a contest, and *this* is what a stuck RV looks like!Mine was much deeper then that one is, and drove right out. 7 lbs.
Supercharged 12/07/17 07:03pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Rear Wheel Mud Flap

Last year was the first time I pulled a car behind my RV. So I went to Lowes and got a door mat close out for $5 and added about 8 " to the bottom of each flap. Pull the car 5 thosand miles and not one clip on the car.
Supercharged 11/16/17 09:11pm Class C Motorhomes
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