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RE: Tardis Encounters Van Conversion

Looks like it grew carbuncles!!
buta4 10/22/14 06:12pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: 20% Bio Fuel at Flying J/Pilot

Since there is government assistance (subsidy) provided for distributors selling biodiesel, its availability will continue to increase. For Flying J/Pilot you can check fuel prices and biodiesel levels here: FlyingJ fuel Plus, both corporate and family farmers have been getting more money per acre to grow crops for biodiesel than for food products. Notice the rises in prices of corn, soy, etc.? Plus the rise of cereals, etc.? Been going on for several years now. :(
buta4 10/22/14 09:50am General RVing Issues
RE: Camping in Scotland

http://i.imgur.com/EVr4XpSl.jpg Not to skirt(:B) the issue, but isn't the steering wheel on the wrong side for your roadways? Kinda hard to see to pass other vehicles?
buta4 10/21/14 04:11am RV Lifestyle
RE: Replacing tires with wider tires.

Hi, Yes it does. It may be possible to have the speedometer adjusted to read correctly. I have a question .. if one changes wheel and tire size even one inch in diameter, doesn't the speedometer read incorrectly both in MPH and mileasge? If so, can that we adjusted according at the speedo end?? :h Thanks for the comeback. I was curious about that. :C
buta4 10/19/14 08:54pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Replacing tires with wider tires.

I have a question .. if one changes wheel and tire size even one inch in diameter, doesn't the speedometer read incorrectly both in MPH and mileasge? If so, can that we adjusted according at the speedo end?? :h
buta4 10/19/14 07:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Wood stoves

Research Kimberly stoves and their you tube vids. Shows installs on boats and RVs with one in use in a camper. Neat, and pricey, unit.
buta4 10/16/14 11:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anybody consider a semi for a tow vehicle?

The price would be my bet. That's what I think of when someone says "Sportchassis trucks". Agreed, but there's gotta be some used ones available somewhere as was my thought when I posted my reply.
buta4 10/08/14 01:46pm Tow Vehicles
RE: camping with 7month baby,need eat Similac at night,bear

Remember though, you don't have to be able to outrun the bear, you just have to outrun your wife. ?? LOL
buta4 10/08/14 09:33am Family Camping
RE: Anybody consider a semi for a tow vehicle?

Check out SPORTCHASSIS trucks - and drool!
buta4 10/08/14 09:21am Tow Vehicles
RE: Concern over hacked personal info from forum

So, where's Casa Grande? So, where's Romania?
buta4 10/06/14 06:05pm Forum Technical Support
RE: To B or not to B

Greetings; Two thoughts concerning your class B comparisons. 1. Look at the Sportsmobile site in detail. Many option choices are offered at fair prices. They offer the Design Your Own unit concept! 2. One of their chassis offerings is Sprinter. And, beginning 2015, the four-wheel drive Sprinter will be available is North America!! Regards
buta4 10/05/14 09:28am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Wood fired pizza oven

Check out a chiminea? I've never seen one that was made to cook in. At least the ones in So. AZ, and in Mexico I was thinking along the lines of a chiminea with an attached grill. Pizza on grill and cover with a large dome-shaped lid?
buta4 09/30/14 05:03am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Wood fired pizza oven

Check out a chiminea?
buta4 09/29/14 03:14pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: why do people huddle?

For years I have looked for tubas at garage sales. One sitting on the table should keep people more than a site away. Look for deactivated Claymore mines. Point the side that says "THIS SIDE TOWARDS THE ENEMY" in appropriate positions in several adjacent sites around you. :B:B
buta4 09/23/14 06:28pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Very frustrating situation, going to blow some steam!

Feel for you, but my old eyes really have a hard time reading a long post without any paragraphs, not complaining, but if you would consider it in the future. Jim X2, I don't bother to read those cumbersome tomes!! Turns me right off.
buta4 09/13/14 07:27am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Take action or get ready to pay for boondocking

new fees, must be time for the politicians to give themselves another big raise in pay. Reminds me of the cold weather up North where a politician was actually seen on the sidewalk with his hands in his own pockets! :E
buta4 09/09/14 08:02pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Lexel

My eyes must be real tired. I saw your topic title and thought it was Exlax. I suppose one is to bind things together, and the other is loosen them up? :B LOL. I thought it was a Pleasureway "Excel".
buta4 09/09/14 02:20pm General RVing Issues
RE: Please leave it at home!

On a 4 day trip and a CG only 20% full I would've moved. Or I might of taken my XM boom box and faced it towards his trailer and cranked up some ACDC. What goes around comes around IMO. You never reduce your self to their level, Then you are as bad as they are and they will beat you with experience. Put a round thru his receiver, it will get really quite after that , for a while anyway. :) Or, perhaps it's feasible to attach 12 or 110 volt from your rig to that wire?? His streams would be music to your ears. Be sure to record the sounds for the benefit of all RV.NET members! :B
buta4 09/09/14 10:03am General RVing Issues
RE: thieves at Rondeau

The only thing I ever had stolen at a campground was a hot dog......Laid it down on a picnic table seat that was beside me.....got some mustard...reached back over to get it and it was gone.......No I wasn't drunk. I put another on there for bait, and out of the dark comes a really big coon. Freaked the daughter out, and she wouldn't get out of the camper for the rest of the evening. LOL
buta4 08/31/14 08:53pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: thieves at Rondeau

I doubt this was the work of some 13 or 14 year olds, and it was definitely not someone in the park(a camper), the rangers found a couple coolers and non alcoholic contents dumped out outside of the campgrounds, like it was a gathering point, constant repetition, someone is stockpiling,,, either for winter or to sell. I have a strong suspicion that its someone over 19 is alone or with buddies at one of the cottages. I have Never had this happen in a provincial park, I have had it happen a few times in conservation areas, but there is a noticeable difference in the to types of parks,, and how they are run,, if you are in Ontario or spent time in several of both you would know what I mean. and have had it happen in private parks. when ever I have run into this in the past its only 2 or 3 coolers, not 8 9 or 10, and its a couple teens or early 20 somethings that run out of booze, some end up getting caught the next day when they leave all the evidence laying around their campsite, especially when theres wine bottles that they can't explain where they got because they can only be bought at the winery which at that particular place is 100 and something miles away and they have no clue where. Theft is theft no matter how you try to dress it up, its not kids being kids,,, its someone being a criminal and they need to be treated as such, back when I was a kid you did not do sh** like that cause if you got caught you would get beat real bad not just by the person you stole from but your parents to,, and the cops if they were called, there was non of this whiny liberal BS "ohhhh but he/she is just a kid,,, being a kid" X 1,000,000!! Blame Dr. Spock --- where molliecoddling the brats became the accepted the new norm.And as brats get older, they don't mature, they just remain brats.
buta4 08/28/14 10:53am RVing in Canada and Alaska
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