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RE: lippert axles bent on a 2013 shadow cruiser...

You realize of course that as soon as you mention you are taking legal action, you post will be deleted from this forum. It's in the rules. Is you trailer under warranty? If so, why are you calling Lippert? Start with your dealer. They should go to the manufacturer. And then manufacturer should go to the component builder. Should happen in about and hour worth of phone calls. But you really shouldn't need to be involved. If not under warranty, the the above does not apply. You gotta do what you gotta do.
Vulcaneer 09/17/14 04:18pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Rant about Rants

If I were a Native American, my name might be. Bald Peak. Or Runs like Chicken. Or Vegetarian...Indian word for Bad Hunter.
Vulcaneer 09/15/14 03:12pm General RVing Issues
RE: Rant about Rants

Sorry Dutchmen. But I did use short sentences, fairly good punctuation, and appropriate capitalization. And prescribed paragraphing. So because of that it really cannot qualify as a rant. And if I lost you while following reasonable writing skills, I really cannot help you. Which is unfortunate. Oh wait a minute...you are being sacarstic. And you are actually ranting on me. I get it. Good one. You had me there for a minute...LOL
Vulcaneer 09/15/14 02:56pm General RVing Issues
RE: Rant about Rants

You can't rant on me. I'm Indian. I'll tell. GM If you are Indian, I can rant on you. Now if you are Native American, you are federally protected from rants. However, if you are Indian, but claiming to be Native American, you are guilty of fraud. And therefore, you should be ranted on, as proclaimed by the federal statute entitled...Allowable ranting on non-Native Americans. Now if you are a member of that Washington DC foot ball team, then you are protected from rants, due to the inflammatory nature of slang terms. And as such (sub-section1.101.12) whereby it is stated, that one already persecuted by use of degrading slang terms is protected against any further extension or add-on negative claims towards ones self. Basically it means, enough is enough. You have already been subjected to your share of rants and humiliation. No piling on is allowed under any circumstances. And if this is your claim, you are in violation of the forum rules stating 'No political discussions allowed.' So as such, since you cannot make these claims on this forum, anyone on this forum can rant on you at any time. Basically you are free game. And there is nothing you can do about it. And if you think that is just wrong, this is the way of the white man. Sorry about that...just the way it is. As it was since we took over your country, a few years ago. Chin up though...things are getting better for your people. You can buy firewater now. Due to the fact that you own the casinos. And that in order to get the higher taxes from them, white people had to allow you to sell firewater, so you could attract the white gambler. Thus your buying and selling firewater was to increase your tax liability, and obligation, to further support us whites. And so really, everybody wins. And there are no more wars amongst us. See how it all works out? Can't beat the way you grow corn, though. We have never really figured that one out yet. I do hope you can take the above in the satirical sense the it was intended. I really mean no offense. Only humor. If I have offended you, or others, I sincerely apologize for that. Seriously.
Vulcaneer 09/15/14 10:10am General RVing Issues
RE: Very frustrating situation, going to blow some steam!

My advice...FWIW...Find a good, reliable, local repair shop to fix everything right. Get a good welder to fix those issues. And then enjoy your rig. Might cost a few grand. But it will be done right. And these problems/frustrations will be solved. Buying a new trailer does not guarantee that you won't have problems again. other suggestion would be to just give up on RV'ing. Maybe you'll (understandably) not ever be happy with any RV.
Vulcaneer 09/14/14 03:07pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Rant about Rants

"... trying to eek out a happy life for their families..." Your post has no validity since you misspelled "eke..." GM I RANT ON YOU!!! :E And to be clear the above emoticon is spelled "Eek." Not "eke". However, I did use the incorrect possessive for "Family's". But you missed it, so it doesn't count now. You can't call re-do. Not how the game works. Sorry. Rant over now.
Vulcaneer 09/14/14 02:43pm General RVing Issues
RE: Rant about Rants

Then why do many page long rants appear without even one paragraph break? There are many on this board that really don't have formal writing skills. Just common, every day working stiffs, trying to eek out a happy life for their families. No need to get upset with them. Try to understand. And if you don't want to...or cannot read them, just move on. Practice tolerance and embrace diversity...OMG...I can't believe I just posted that.
Vulcaneer 09/13/14 06:32pm General RVing Issues
RE: hmmm...Info for CDN's heading into the US

I don't care about the story or whether or not it's true. But the rudeness from some Americans toward Canadians is UNFORGIVABLE. I am ashamed to say you people are AMERICANS. What is wrong with you people? The USA is in North America. Canada is in North America. We are all AMERICANS. Maybe some don't like that fact. But I do. And I am proud to call Canada our neighbor. I don't like everybody from Canada all the time. And with these UNWELCOMING posts, I don't like everyone from the USA all the time either. Nor do they like me. But we don't need to treat people that way. And to our Canadian friends, I apologize for the actions of others from the USA. You are all welcomed here any time you want to come here. And other than the few posters here. There are about 299,999,989 others that welcome you here too.
Vulcaneer 09/12/14 08:49am General RVing Issues
RE: hmmm...Info for CDN's heading into the US

What ever happened to needing probable cause for a search? Just say no. And sometimes you'll be asked to wait a while. Be prepared to do that. I have allowed a search...But ONLY after a documented supervisor is on the scene. I have been allowed to leave after a short wait. Probably won't happen all the time. But the one time I was asked to search, that is what happened.
Vulcaneer 09/11/14 11:47am General RVing Issues
RE: Please leave it at home!

Never ceases to amaze me how people on this board can turn on the OP, when he obviously is not the root of the problem. He chose not to report it. So I guess it did not bother him all that much. Nor did it bother anyone else in the park that much either. Even the owner of the dog, 10 sites down. And did anyone complain about the dog whining and barking? I believe it something gets to the point that it bother s someone too much, they'll go over the edge and do something about it. Maybe the right thing. Maybe the wrong thing. But they do something about it. I think the OP is way more tolerant than I. Good for him. And why should he not be allowed to post about it here? And finally, where does he ask for anyones sympathy? Geez, You people. Do some of you ever read what you write? And Yes....I like ham. Especially with eggs. I find when the pan gets to hot the sizzle gets a little noisy. And people sometime show up to tell me they can smell it cooking. I make it a habit to cook a couple extra slices for those people. Especially works with BACON. Made some nice friends that way. Just sayin.
Vulcaneer 09/11/14 09:49am General RVing Issues
RE: Pulling through big cities

The biggest issue in driving on city streets is the dreaded Right Turn. Swing wide to the left before the turn..(even into the opposing lane if you can do that safely) and use the entire road after you make the turn. Many time a street corner will have a sign, a street light, A tree, a group of pedestrians waiting to cross, or something else stuck very close to the road at the corner. A right hand turn, you need to swing wide to get your trailer around that obstacle. If you need to wait for traffic to clear before you can use the opposing lanes....just wait. Put your "hater blockers" on. While most other drivers will be helpful. There is always one that wants to demonstrate his importance to you. I have been in situations where a GPS has put me into a dead end street. Had to back up a half mile to get turned around. Curvy road with cars parked on both sides. People came out of their houses to watch the fun. Kids riding around the street on bikes. I had DW outside with her radio, guiding me back. This is where you take a deep breath and say..."OK calm down. Relax, and we'll get through this." Then go back to the basics and take your time. Slow and steady wins the race. Took us 45 minutes. But we escaped. I learned not to ALWAYS trust the GPS.
Vulcaneer 09/11/14 09:24am General RVing Issues
RE: I Love My Manual Awning

Hey...Maybe I can begin to relate. After racking my brains I found an application where manual is better than electric. It's the can opener. The manual with the little spin handle beats the electric hands down. I hate all the different electrics we have had. Manual is small, easy to use, faster, easily stored, works anywhere, with the twist of the handle. So I guess I can admit that in a few cases manual beats electric. Hey...What about the corkscrew??? Nope...electric rechargeable is better. But this one is close.
Vulcaneer 09/11/14 08:54am General RVing Issues
RE: I Love My Manual Awning

Just when I thought Clip-On Flip-Up sun glasses were an answer to my prayers, they come up with the I-Watch...Ohhhhhh....Now I can activate my E-awning awning from my wrist. Wait til they come up with the I-Awning. You tech haters will eat your hearts out.
Vulcaneer 09/09/14 05:15pm General RVing Issues
RE: I Love My Manual Awning

My mother gave my Grand Daughter a keepsake watch that was her mothers. GD thought it was great that you could wind it and not need to depend on batteries. Until she found out she had to wind it each and every day. And when it ran down, she needed her cell phone to reset the time, and then she would rewind it. A week or so of that and she has her watch in a jewelry box. Seems that great idea for a wrist watch, wasn't so good after all.
Vulcaneer 09/09/14 04:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: Pulling through big cities

Don't get hung up on driving through a big city. Prepare your best before hand. Actually I find it challenging, if needed. Sometimes you just get into tough situations. So with experience, it helps you get through it. Actually, I have found that other drivers are quick to spot when you are "in a fix". And will do what they can to help you. They will get out of your way. They will stop traffic for you. They will get out there and help guide you through the tough spot. And so forth. Oh....there are a few that will flip you off and blow their horn at you too. That is what alerts the others that you need help. So even the horn blowers actually help you without their knowledge. One other thing I have learned is don't depend on a cop to help you. Every time I was in one of those spots where there was a cop around, they generally sat in their car and watched how you got out of it. I suppose if things got crazy they would help. All I'm saying is just don't depend on a cop to help. But other drivers are your best help. They are on your side. Because you might be holding them up. They need to get you going, so they can go. So enjoy the ride. Meet the challenge.
Vulcaneer 09/09/14 02:57pm General RVing Issues
RE: Please leave it at home!

He said nothing, walked over and turned the volume up. Anyone who would do that is a pretty ignorant SOB. And he was challenging you to then escalate further. You chose not to do that. So he figured he wins. A bully like this will get his someday. Trouble is...you won't be there to see it. You are a better person than me. But there will be another day. Because most people are to tolerant of this kind of behavior.
Vulcaneer 09/09/14 02:42pm General RVing Issues
RE: I Love My Manual Awning

I love my fridge with in the door water, crushed ice, or cubes. Everyone should have one of these.
Vulcaneer 09/09/14 02:00pm General RVing Issues
RE: I Love My Manual Awning

I even have an electric pepper grinder. Beats that old technology (shaker) by a mile. And the (unreliable) squeeze handle job by half a mile. Uses fresh pepper corns. I can adjust the size of the granules I want. I like big granules. Lights up the food when it sprinkles, so I get just the right amount. Doesn't tire out my shaking arm. Exercises my thumb muscles. Also have one for salt too. That is where the light up feature comes in real handy. I do own stock in battery companies. But they don't consume much power. Goes a year on batteries. Don't know what I would do without them.
Vulcaneer 09/06/14 10:00am General RVing Issues
RE: Jack Kerouac, How many have even heard of him?

He's a very familiar person around here due to his living in Lowell. Half hate him, half love him. Half think he was just a drug addict, half think he was a free spirit. http://www.nps.gov/lowe/historyculture/kerouac.htm As a kid growing up, I felt the beatniks and hippies were a bunch of crackpots that did their best to avoid real work, or be real productive members of society . But as I matured, I found that regardless of how people look, they all can offer some provacative perspectives on things. And I learn from them. The hippie, the druggie, the homeless, the criminal, the panhandler, the hobo, the free spirit, the politician, the CEO. I enjoy speaking to all of them with respect. Might not alway like the person, but you can learn something from anyone. I do have to admit though that the politician usually has me leaving and scratching my head. Would much rather speak with all the others. They don't upset me nearly as much.
Vulcaneer 09/06/14 07:59am General RVing Issues
RE: brakes needed on a enclosed trailer with cycle in it?

Forget about the state laws. It just makes sense to have brakes on a trailer of that weight. Even if the state law allows for no brakes on that GVWR. Just get a trailer with brakes. It's the right thing to do. Maybe you don't need them. But they aren't going to hurt anything. And I'll bet your tow vehicle brakes will last a bit longer too. So buy the trailer with brakes and don't worry about the laws. Protect your cargo with the best you can. The only laws you need to worry about is the laws of physics. And those indicate you should get brakes on that trailer. And those laws always trump state laws.
Vulcaneer 09/06/14 07:39am General RVing Issues
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