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RE: F.B.I. Arrests Volkswagen Executive

Good question. :h
buta4 01/09/17 12:06pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Listening to the diesel hum

You may need counseling. LMAO.
buta4 12/24/16 02:27am Tow Vehicles
RE: MH or TC - Which is better to get into the Boonies?

TC is the winner for off road driving. The truck has higher clearance and can have 4WD which I've never seen mentioned for a MH. Except for Action Mobil 4x4,6x6 and 8x8.:C
buta4 12/22/16 08:00pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: MDT truck

Perhaps looking at SPORTCHASSIS might be interesting for you. 2 and 4 wheel drive units. I have an Sport chassis FL-60 and have never seen a 4 wheel drive, now International makes a newer unit in 4 wheel drive, how about you Old Bisket you ever seen an Sport chassis in the 4 wheel drive version ? A perusal of the current Sport Chassis site does show a 4WD model giant pickup, the P4XL. Sorry for the mixup.
buta4 12/19/16 10:24pm Tow Vehicles
RE: I really like grits but...

LOL :C
buta4 12/19/16 02:02am RV Lifestyle
RE: MDT truck

Perhaps looking at SPORTCHASSIS might be interesting for you. 2 and 4 wheel drive units.
buta4 12/18/16 02:41pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Remote campsites?

Nothing EAST of the Mississippi River! That's for sure! UUUmmmmmm - not quite; try going to Maine; there is lots of nothing out there; Been there in the middle of summer and the middle of winter - believe me, you;re far away from civilization once you get north of Rumford. Central PA can get pretty remote, the Adirondacks gets lonely, northern Vt and NH are quite sparsely populated. Remote,yes. But are they legally "campable"?
buta4 12/18/16 02:37pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Remote campsites?

Nothing EAST of the Mississippi River! That's for sure! That's fer sure, that's for dang sure! :R
buta4 12/18/16 09:12am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: I got a new CLASS-A - Pictures included!

Prolley better built than some pf the **** that comes out of some of those "fracturies" today. :M
buta4 12/13/16 12:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Name your rig?

Budget Buster
buta4 11/29/16 04:20pm Beginning RVing
RE: Solar roads are coming

I wonder how the roads will hold up to a snow plow scraping that heavy blade along the surface and pushing heavy, wet snow? And the associated dump trucks spreading salt along the solar roadway. The effect of such sand and salt mixtures over the years.
buta4 11/27/16 07:49am General RVing Issues
RE: Seatbelt usage

1. Go to YOUTUBE. 2. Search for "RUSSIAN SEAT EJECTIONS". 3. View a few of them CAREFULLY. 4. Yell " YIKES!".
buta4 11/24/16 08:58am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Seatbelt usage

If one thinks a seat belt is uncomfortable ... one should try a stretcher. Let's see now.. Rocketing down the highway inside a cocoon surrounded by many thousands of pounds of steel, plastic, glass and fuel? :h Just sayin'.
buta4 11/23/16 06:04am Class C Motorhomes
RE: vhs to dvd

How??
buta4 11/20/16 04:07pm Technology Corner
RE: Sky Deck

Except for custom-made jobs, I believe that all of the major manufacturers stop making these things several years ago. Looking at 2-3-4 dozen holes drilled into the an RV roof for the furnishings and accoutrements that also has to support perhaps a thousand pounds of several people sitting and moving about and dancing on said roof. DUH? PS: Some lawyers would probably love to handle the cases of people who fell over the flimsy railings. Just sayin. ;)
buta4 11/19/16 12:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: sqeegee for A tall curved windshield

A concave squeegee of the janitorial type may be useful as it curves inward.
buta4 11/08/16 08:20am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Somebody educate me on "Nitrogen" in the tires ?

I keep a precise mixture of 78 percent nitrogen in all my tires:B LOL! Me too.
buta4 11/01/16 05:36pm General RVing Issues
RE: 4 wheel drive class c

Tiger Phoenix Cruiser And Earthroamer and Global Expedition Vehicles (GXV) also. Plus most rv's based on a Ford "F" series or Ram chassis.
buta4 10/30/16 06:07pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Need Advice Boston area

What he said!
buta4 10/22/16 08:52am Roads and Routes
RE: Are composting toilets "good enough" ?

Watch the fine print on "composting". Those toilets slow down and actually stop composting in colder weather. P**P in the woods in "cold" weather and re-visit the site in a month or two. You'll be able to see the spot easy as the P**P is still there! My gardening compost pile went to sleep in the winter months as I'm sure others may have noticed that also if they compost in colder climates.
buta4 10/22/16 08:49am General RVing Issues
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