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RE: Accidentally Put gas in my diesel HELP

To the OP, please report back and let us know what you did about the gasoline in your diesel. I hope it turns out well (not expensive) for you.
gbopp 07/28/14 05:34am Beginning RVing
RE: Help choosing RV type - your advice needed

Welcome to the forum. Have you considered renting a Class C for a week to see if it would be suitable for your needs? Maybe you won't like the RV life. (I doubt it) At least go to RV shows and RV dealers to look at what is available. I know you're not buying new but, it will give you an idea of floor plans available. Good luck with your search, don't hesitate to ask questions on the forum.
gbopp 07/28/14 05:14am Beginning RVing
RE: Surprise for hubby, help with numbers.

Maybe a wife can pick out the right RV for her hubby. But, there's no way the DH can pick out the right RV for his DW. :S
gbopp 07/27/14 04:06pm General RVing Issues
RE: The 35 year old Corsair strikes again

x2 on going to the hardware store first. They will have what you need and probably be a little cheaper. Consider Pex and SharkBite Fittings. It will make the job quicker and easier.
gbopp 07/27/14 03:56pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Open Tanks with no worries

In an effort to keep this simple: I'm not trying to sell to the masses, or even to anyone on this forum. Did you consider getting a patent on your product and then contacting RV manufacturers? That may be a better way to market your product. I think someone buying a new RV would opt for a simple tank draining system. Good luck with whatever path you chose. Keep us updated with your progress.
gbopp 07/27/14 03:11pm Full-time RVing
RE: It's July People!!!

I agree. I like to hang onto summer as long as possible. But, I have no problem drinking winter beer in July. :)
gbopp 07/27/14 02:57pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: New from washington/texas

Welcome to the forum. Enjoy your travels.
gbopp 07/27/14 10:13am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Open Tanks with no worries

Interesting first post for not being a sales message. If the tanks are open, why do the sensor lights go on at all? It sounds like calamus has the problem solved.
gbopp 07/26/14 07:38pm Full-time RVing
RE: Sometimes camping just isn't fun as it should be

I feel your pain. I am sitting here right now in a nice CG in Nova Scotia waiting for 11 pm to come so the wanna'-be country singer next to us will have to shut up. He sang away at the top of his lungs and way off key for two hours last night and he is into his second hour tonight. We closed all the windows and turned on the fan, but it was hard to drown him out. We will leave in the morning. Probably the sad thing is, the wannabe singer thinks they sound good and everyone enjoys the entertainment.
gbopp 07/26/14 07:15pm General RVing Issues
RE: Sometimes camping just isn't fun as it should be

Unfortunately, you can't fix rude/stupid. About the only thing you can do is post it on RV Park Reviews. But, since you didn't complain to the management, it probably wouldn't be fair to post it. I would have packed up and left. Again, you can't fix rude/stupid.
gbopp 07/26/14 06:46pm General RVing Issues
RE: Water pressure. 2006 Damon Challenger

Do you have a water filter for the whole system? Maybe it's clogged. Do you use a water pressure regulator? Remove the regulator and see it solves the problem. I'm out of ideas. Hopefully someone will have additional and better answers. Let us know when you find the problem.
gbopp 07/26/14 05:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Want a super clean windshield every day

I agree with AK49er, Invisible Glass works great. But, as you can see, it's a matter of opinion. Try different types and see which you like best. Enjoy your trip.
gbopp 07/26/14 05:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gen not providing electricity

Yes, check the breakers on the generator. Turn them off then back on. I had a similar problem with the Onan 5500 on our 96 Southwind. Everything looked good but I had no power. Resetting the breakers solved my problem. Maybe you will luck out and it will be a simple fix.
gbopp 07/26/14 05:14pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Mice?

I would just bite the bullet and replace the carpet. x2. Do it right the first time. If you don't, you will always smell it every now and then..
gbopp 07/26/14 05:54am General RVing Issues
RE: Never Wet

I think the big question would be, how long will it last on the roof? If it lasted a couple years I think it may be worth the expense. I have read some reviews that it needs to be reapplied frequently, but that was about a year ago. Maybe it's improved and will last longer. It does seem like a good idea.
gbopp 07/26/14 05:36am Travel Trailers
RE: which caulk/sealant to use?

Eternabond and Dicor Self Leveling Caulk.
gbopp 07/25/14 07:23pm General RVing Issues
RE: Antique battery?

Maybe you can sell it on Ebay :@
gbopp 07/25/14 03:13pm Tech Issues
RE: Dung Beetle warfare

I don't know if they can live in a liquid environment? Unless you mean drain the tank and add the beetles, that doesn't sound very practical. It would be a 'green' tank cleaning process, if it worked. :)
gbopp 07/25/14 07:04am Tech Issues
RE: A place to hang your hat or whatever

No pics here. x2. I'm not getting anything.
gbopp 07/25/14 06:53am General RVing Issues
RE: Going to be a warm one today!

My question is WHY is the OP still in Furnace Creek? His RV has wheels. I'd have been long gone to cooler pastures. BillWe are in Death Valley because we both LOVE THE HEAT. And we LOVE Death Valley. You can keep your 90-100 degrees at 95% humidity. 120 degrees at 5% actually feels much more comfortable! Living in an RV in the desert is possible. Some will never understand. And, we have been called NUTS. We don't care. :) I wish I was there with you.........I also love the heat. My DW calls me an alien from a planet very close to the sun.
gbopp 07/24/14 08:09pm General RVing Issues
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