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RE: Ford 7.3 power stroke f250 any good?

That's not in the cards so I'm looking at some f250's with 7.3 diesels with 55-70k miles in excellent condition. Good luck with that.
lawnspecialties 07/28/16 07:42pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 2017 Work&Play 25 WAB water tank ?

My former 30WRS bulged but it sat between the axles. How does yours touch the axles? On top of the axles? That sounds like a catastrophe waiting to happen.
lawnspecialties 07/28/16 07:40pm Toy Haulers
RE: What do you do if you find money...?

I do lawn maintenance. I find money quite often. $1 & $5 is somewhat common. Once found a $50 bill. Its always out in the middle of a business lawn near the road. No chance of finding the owner. I once found a scratch off lottery ticket that had already been scratched off. $10 winner yet it was on the ground with all the other trash. Go figure. Took it to the store, cashed it, and bought a cold drink. Once found an iPhone on a property. Called the security number that popped up on the screen and the owner was ecstatic. It had pictures and stuff they thought they'd lost for good. They lived about 50 miles away.
lawnspecialties 07/28/16 05:17pm Around the Campfire
RE: Golf Cart Graphics

skulls, flames, rims and off road tires. No skulls, no flames. :B Just some simple graphics like the camper. That's all I need. This is the cart I'm looking at. Golf Cart
lawnspecialties 07/28/16 04:01pm Toy Haulers
Golf Cart Graphics

Well, I finally sold the race quad. Except for a helmet and boots, I have nothing but memories tied to my old racing days. The Work & Play, the Honda generators, and both quads are gone. But now the money for the quad is burning a hole in my pocket. I just about had it spent before I got it. We're getting another golf cart. How quickly it got so tiresome borrowing Dad's. I have a grey one picked out. It's got a nice a-arm lift and the grey will match the Vengeance nicely. But I want it to be even better. What's a good way to order some decals that look like the ones on my Vengeance?
lawnspecialties 07/28/16 03:42pm Toy Haulers
RE: New boots tomorrow!

I, for one, love Westlake tires. Nothing compares to G rated tires but I had Westlake Es on my Work & Play for 8000 miles and they were flawless. I use them on my landscape equipment trailers. As with other brands, keep them out of constant direct sunlight when stored and maintain 80 psi.
lawnspecialties 07/27/16 05:35am Fifth-Wheels
RE: trailer connection issues

The 7 pin connection. I've had this happen a few times on prior trucks of mine.
lawnspecialties 07/26/16 03:57pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: 3:55 or 4:10

I used to have a 2011 F450 with the 4.30. I always thought it was overkill but when I bought my '15 F350 with the 3.55, it was for a TT toy hauler. But now we have the Vengeance at well over 15,000 lbs. and I was seriously concerned about that gearing. The 3.55 is perfect for us. We have no mountains but typical interstate travel is a breeze for the truck. Getting onto the highways is strong and setting the cruise at 70 mph is no problem and it rarely ever drops out of 6th gear. Don't worry about the 3.55 at all.
lawnspecialties 07/26/16 02:51pm Tow Vehicles
RE: New to RV'ing, looking for a toyhauler

We don't have the auto leveling on our current TT TH, but you bet we will be getting them on our next purchase, which will be a 5th wheel. I wouldn't go without them, it's a huge pain to get even smaller trailers level, I can't imagine doing a 40+ footer. Speaking of, why do you want one that large? That's a huge thing to take on as your first one! We've figured out that many many campgrounds can't accommodate larger than 40', so something to think about there. We were pretty much hooked on the toy hauler when we saw them. I have 4 kids and the 3 boys have their own 4 wheelers. The wife wants a golf cart and kayaks. We just moved to town from living on a farm so I have a little trailer towing experience. Hopefully the places my wife wants to camp will allow the large trailer. The RV place just called and they accepted my offer on the 377V! So I guess I better learn how to level that thing! Exciting! Now go join www.forestriverforums.com. Check into the toy hauler section. Several folks there with the 377V.
lawnspecialties 07/26/16 02:45pm Toy Haulers
RE: Brickyard 400

.... Has this race run its course, as it were?? I used to be a life long fan. Grew up going to Darlington twice, Charlotte twice, and a few Rockinghams with the family every year in the late 70s. Now I don't even watch it on TV. Many others I know feel the same way. Professional sports has become so litigated, socially conscious, and politically correct, competition is usually an afterthought.
lawnspecialties 07/26/16 12:20pm Around the Campfire
RE: Residential Fridge Not Cooling, In Fact Hot.

So now to my question I posed a few months back: If it has to be replaced, do you have a way of getting it out?
lawnspecialties 07/26/16 12:11pm General RVing Issues
RE: New to RV'ing, looking for a toyhauler

Yes, I now have a Vengeance so I may seem biased. But so far this year, we've had nothing but great times. Campers are like anything else as some are good and some are not. Quite often its just a case of "did you get a good one or not" out of a batch. But I have a feeling if you watch this thread you've started, the negative reviews about Heartland toy haulers (Road Warrior and Cyclone) will start pouring in soon. Look into the Touring Edition Vengeance models. My 40D12 is a side patio like the Road Warrior 420.
lawnspecialties 07/26/16 12:07pm Toy Haulers
RE: 14,000 off

I bought my last two Super Duties during a similar time. The 2011 was listed as $11,000 off MSRP so I worked with that and we went back and forth over the trade-in amount. This last truck was listed as $12,000 off MSRP. I drove 3 hours to get it because it was the closest one that was like I wanted. I paid them exactly the $12,000 off MSRP. I was happy and obviously, so were they. If they made a dollar or $10,000, who cares because this buyer was happy.
lawnspecialties 07/25/16 02:55pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Venom

I had assumed it was the replacement for the Inferno. Earlier this year when we were shopping for our latest toy hauler, I was looking for an Inferno dealership but couldn't find them.
lawnspecialties 07/22/16 05:31am Toy Haulers
RE: Woman and Tattoos

I think they're ugly. But if someone else wants one, not my business.
lawnspecialties 07/21/16 07:08am Around the Campfire
RE: Jumbled Words

Pepper DPANUCMGOR
lawnspecialties 07/19/16 05:35pm Around the Campfire
RE: converter

Check the battery connections first. Make sure they're clean.
lawnspecialties 07/19/16 02:49pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: moles

1. Buy a big shovel at the hardware store. 2. Buy a bunch of juicy earthworms at the local bait store. 3. Every day for about a week, drop an earthworm in the mole hole. 4. On day eight, skip the earthworm. 5. When the mole sticks his head out, looking for the earthworm, hit him with the shovel. 6. Record all of this on video for youtube,. Please.
lawnspecialties 07/19/16 07:13am Around the Campfire
RE: 2017 Powerstorke numbers

Also the 6.2 gas engine got a bump in torque to 430ft/lbs. Surprised they didn't at least bleed 1 more out of it to best the 6.4 Hemi @ 430. Obviously, Ford is aware of Ram's # and it's a funny chess move to just pull even :) Only if you truly believe that it is a race. GM does not seem to think so, nor do they buyers. I think the whole thing is pretty silly, however there are those that think it is a really BIG deal and base there purchase on being the biggest, fastest or having best manufacturers numbers, and are welling to over look things like reliability and outstanding warranties. ChrisX2 I believe that is the way the more mature segment of truck buyers see it. My comment is not in reference to any poster here, rather of the general public. I agree but at the same time, look at this forum. How many threads get shut down because guys go back and forth over the performance of their trucks and fighting about whose is the better and stronger. Its not only silly but I'm quite sure many of them are just old out of shape guys who live vicariously through their trucks. They equate their big strong truck with their own manhood. :S
lawnspecialties 07/19/16 06:58am Tow Vehicles
RE: What do you leave in RV

Its nice to leave as much stuff in there as we can. Last winter, we had a bad ice storm and sure enough, the power went out all over the area due to ice covered tree limbs taking out power lines. It was so cold and all we had to do was walk out to the camper, fire up the generator, turn on the heat and pop in a DVD. :) We also leave food in fridge. Mostly condiments and things like salt, pepper, and sugar we put in the fridge just to keep the ants off.
lawnspecialties 07/19/16 06:50am General RVing Issues
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