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RE: Question Toll Fees Durango To Mazatlan ?

The toll prices in the www.sct.gov.mx site in Mexico are in Pesos and not in Dollars, with the exchange rate going up and down it is better to use Pesos. I normally figure on 10 Pesos to the Dollar and have a pleasent return, it is an approximate exchange rate of about 13.30 for one Dollar. navegator
navegator 07/29/14 09:33am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Puzzle this

Make a larger board with good quality plywood that you can store under the Mattres and you use it for the puzzles, you can even make one bigger yust in case. navegator
navegator 07/28/14 11:06pm Beginning RVing
RE: Driving around those stupid roundabouts

Round and round we go! When you enter one of this round abouts, sight the exit and aim for it, close your eyes and everyone else will take care not to hit you! Yust kiding. They actually keep trafic fllowing a lot smother than other methods, drove them in France and the one that unnerved me was in England, they really do not like it when you by mistake try to go against the LEFT HAND traffic, OH! well they reallised we where visitors, Swedish International plates. Round and round....... navegator
navegator 07/27/14 10:44am General RVing Issues
RE: How's your A/C working?

The RV 24 foot long came with a Dometic roof unit and worked very well even when the temps outside where 118+ outside and no shade, this year the unit quit and was replaced with a Coleman Mach unit of the same rating, not as good we have to keep it runing all the time in order to have inside temps of 75 to 80 with no shade and all the blinds closed. The Dometic unit was much better a little noisier but cooler when needed the most, the new unit is a little quieter but it does not cool as well and needs to be on cold setting all the time. navegator
navegator 07/27/14 10:34am General RVing Issues
RE: Do you carry a spare tire?

Came with the RV, a make belive tool as a tire iron, no jack so purchased one and have used the spare when the right outer blew the side wall.
navegator 07/25/14 09:08am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Windshield Washer Nozzles

Take sewing needle a big one and use that to aim the small ball with a hole on the plastic housing to align the pattern of squirt, aim the jets to the area where the upper part of the wipper passes, if there are three balls aim the center one a little higer and the other two a foot to a foot and a half on both sides, take unit out for a spin and test, if not good, reaim until you have a good spray patern at the speed that you normally travel on the highway. navegator
navegator 07/21/14 09:44am Class C Motorhomes
RE: 1999 Suzuki Grand Vitara Tow Brackets

I used the Road Master tow unit and installed it my self, very good instructions come with the unit, very solidlly built and the mounting is very secure, start to finish took about 2 1/2 hours, you might find a used one at a junk yard or the internet. navegator
navegator 07/21/14 09:27am Dinghy Towing
RE: Front wheels locked

If the transfer case and the front locks are electrical or electronically controled check that also, I had a Mitsubishi that the front locks where electrically engaged by a solenoid via the 4 wheel lever never had a problem until one day when I accidentally left the transfer lever in neutral and the front locks worked, I found out from the heat of the front pumpkin did not lock so was lucky. navegator
navegator 07/19/14 07:45pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Qualified apology to olbaby30

This person is probablly a foreigner visiting and evidentlly does not have the complete comand of the English language, at least he is trying to do so in English, so do not be so jugmental I wold like to see some of you trying to comunicate in a language that you do not know. Have a little more tolerance, if you travell to other countries you will not know where to purchase a lot of services or things that you need. Please do not tell me that you do not travell to other countres I know some of you do not and I respect that. navegator
navegator 07/18/14 08:32pm Beginning RVing
RE: flat towing 2001 Chevy Tracker Manual shift 2 wheel drive

The Tracker is a Suzuki Gran Vitara, with a Chevrolet emblem and yes you can tow in four down, make shure that the shifter is in neutral, turn the key to the first position to unlock the steering wheel, and the hand brake off and youre good to go. The manual recomends to stop verey 200 miles and start the engine ETC, that is for the automatic transmition to lubricate the seals and rings etc. navegator
navegator 07/18/14 09:51am Dinghy Towing
RE: When To Unhook

I do not unhook the toad when staying in a pull throug and if it is more or less level it stays as is Some times we only hook up the electric. navegator
navegator 07/17/14 09:11pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Question Toll Fees Durango To Mazatlan ?

Accoring to the Secretaria de Comunicaciones y Transportes a 3 axle truck pays 1000.00 broken down into 115.00 162.00 480.00 253.00 The site is http://www.sct.gov.mx Choose the state, then the starting city then the finising state and the destination city, then there is a place to enter what type of vehicle or axels you want, I normally chose all so tha I can see how much I will be charged. navegator
navegator 07/17/14 10:06am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Window screen on refrigerator vents

The screen will reduce the air speed a bit, take the upper fridge vent, four scews and install a 12 VDC fan blowing up, you can pick the electric current from the power supplied to the refrigerator by running a couple of wires down and install a fuse and a turn off switch. This fan will compensate for the screen and actually help in the summer and you can also place a screen on the chimeny area. navegator
navegator 07/16/14 09:34am General RVing Issues
RE: Trouble at Freedom Shores in Isla Aguada

Was that a 50 amp or a 30 amp outlet? Most 30 amp outlets are 120 V A/C and the 50 amp outlets are 240 V A/C. And please do not give me a lesson on A/C cirquits. Moral: Always check outlets before pluging into them not yust in Mexico but every where! navegator
navegator 07/15/14 12:08pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Search on bathroom smells

Shower and sink "P" traps some times retain residual soap that rots out even if you constantlly dump water, I use a small thin hose that I attach to the shower hose and spay and snake the traps clean, water on the toilet shoul hold and not drain, if it does the seal is compromissed. navegator
navegator 07/14/14 01:42pm Beginning RVing
RE: ben ongs treatment for the prostate

Tried what??????? Can you at least finish posting what it is that we are supposed to have tried? navegator
navegator 07/14/14 10:38am Around the Campfire
RE: gas mileage with a v10

FORD V-10 mailage will be approximate depending on the speed. At 55 Miles per hour speed. Between 7 to 9 miles per gallon flat land small hills, more miles if going with the wind less if going against it. Mountain driving is not possible due to the amount of terrain variation. City driving is approx 4 to 6 miles per gallon less in stop and go. Most of this is from my 2001 E-350 FORD V-10 24 foot motor home pulling a Suzuky Grand Vitara 2001 4 X 4 standard shift. Chevrolet based RV's have diferent engines and rear end configuration and will have diferent milage. navegator
navegator 07/14/14 10:33am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Winnebago class C - power supply for backup cameras

Any store that sells electronic equipment will have a small mutimeter if not get a small 12v light bulb and a couple of short lenghts of wire attached or soldered to the light bukb and check for power. navegator
navegator 07/13/14 02:19pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Old tools/ equipment....do you collect ?

My grandfather on my moms side was a master mechanic for a British railway and I have 5 of his tools and one wood plane from my dad, otherwise the last inventory of my tools came out to $185,000.00 to replace for the insurance policy, I am now retired and will be selling what I can, but I do not intend to give them away for peanuts. navegator
navegator 07/12/14 11:04pm Around the Campfire
RE: Tire Trade-in Value

Your tires are worthless in 2010 they should have been replaced, tires are good for 6 years max with out being used as in parked. I am replasing tires that I installed in 2007 and maybe have 6 to 8 hundred miles on them last trip right inside sidewall blew out, I will destroy the tires rather than having someone maimed or killed because the tires where used by an inosent person. Replace the tires and cut the old tires on the side wall so that they can not used. navegator
navegator 07/12/14 12:02am Class A Motorhomes
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