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RE: EZ Pass on Class C

I use the plastic thingy, it is an optical fresnel lens and they do work, I keep an eye out for my toad and traffic. navegator
navegator 12/19/14 10:59am Class C Motorhomes
RE: To be foretold, is to be forewarned.

The narco gangsters are all entrenched in every city, town, small village in Canada and the United States thanks to the recreational drug use of the populations that continue to use them. If you think that Mexico is bad, ask your local Police about the narco gangs and the amount of drugs being sold, you might no go out of your house at all. The narco wars in Mexico are for drug corridors into the U.S. and are going to start in the U.S. for routs to Canada. Opium from Asia is smuggled into Canada and then East and South, don't believe this, ask the RCMP in your town. navegator
navegator 12/18/14 10:38am Snowbirds
RE: EZ Pass on Class C

You can also place it on the window of the cab over. navegator
navegator 12/18/14 10:13am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Ford C-Max

The problem with Ford dealers is two fold. 1. The technicians do not know about towing the vehicle in question and having to charge the battery. 2. The dealer is concerned with law suits and liabilities. And thus you are SOL on special wiring other than what comes from the factory. Have a good automotive electrician check the wiring. navegator
navegator 12/17/14 03:04pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Ford C-Max

Add a 12v line from the tow vehicle to the positive of the towed vehicle, and if your connector is only a 4 pin, replace them with 7 pin connectors and you can also have a ground cable, that is how the towed vehicles batteries are charged while being towed, also place a 30 Amp fuse in line on the positive line. navegator
navegator 12/15/14 09:27am Dinghy Towing
RE: Californianos Hang Onto Yer Britches...!

I am not worried at all we are a few feet from the San Andreas fault line and the RV just rocks, earthquakes never bothered me, a flash flood is something else. As for innocent buyer's they do not Know that the land developer did not do a good study of the dangers that are waiting to spring upon them by greedy builders. I have lived in California for more than 40 years and it bafles me when I see the construction going up in an alluvial plain or a former sedimentary plain turned into a hill or mountain with no proper stabilizing foundations. navegator
navegator 12/13/14 02:53pm General RVing Issues
RE: class C heater while driving question

You should be OK the cabin heater runs on propane and the fan on 12v from the cabin battery, your vehicle generator that charges the starting battery should also be able to handle the cabin heater fan with no problem. Go visit the kids and grand kids, you will be OK and warm. navegator
navegator 12/13/14 12:35pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Californianos Hang Onto Yer Britches...!

300 vehicle accidents in four hours county of San Diego, first the State gets BARBEQUED and now the hills are ALIVE, now we are going to wait for the ground to move as in earthquake. It is terrible that the land developers do not pay attention to the hydrology or the topography of the land that they develop and innocents pay the price. navegator
navegator 12/13/14 10:30am General RVing Issues
RE: Durnfool computer(s)

Moderator please delete the last posting that is double, we are at the Deserts Edge and the cell signal is intermittent. Navegator
navegator 12/08/14 08:18pm Around the Campfire
RE: Durnfool computer(s)

My wife is lending me her new tablet, I can read and type with one finger, and to think that in the next 3 months this week old tablet will be obsolete. I am having fun now, the navigator AKA wife will have a better map as in satellite maps, she is pretty good with maps has trouble with aerial navigation charts. I wish you all fair winds and follow the pavement! Navegator
navegator 12/08/14 08:12pm Around the Campfire
RE: Durnfool computer(s)

I am in the smallest computer that I have to read this thread four and a half y two inches. It is my new phone I need a microscope to read it and this is for mowermechanic,,,,,,,,,, I finally found dead the coma! This thing has more calculating power than the first Texas Instruments calculator that I had I am still trying to figure how to call my wife.LOL Navegator
navegator 12/07/14 09:10pm Around the Campfire
RE: Decision making 101

I had my wedding band on for the two weeks of the honey moon, working with heavy emergency equipment I have seen to many severed fingers, from getting caught and ripped off or the wedding band coming in contact with battery voltage and getting hot enough to burn the finger off. When working with machinery or farm animals, bling is hazardous to your health.
navegator 12/07/14 11:19am Around the Campfire
RE: Grumpy's Garage

You forgot to add the fenorck pin calibration, that is very important so that the RV does not wander to far. navigator
navegator 12/03/14 01:26pm Around the Campfire
RE: Stocking Cabinets

We have been RV-ing for a while before in a VW bus and now in a 24foot C, in the pantry that has shelf's I installed two of the metal corner strips that are used on the drywall and drilled holes to hold small bungee cords from Home Despot and also used the cords on the cabinets with eyelets screwed in either top to bottom or side to side, Corel dishes and plastic "glass" ware. navegator
navegator 11/26/14 10:15pm Beginning RVing
RE: Milk expiration dates

When I lived in my aunts farm the milk expired when the cow expired! navegator
navegator 11/21/14 03:26pm Around the Campfire
RE: Big Guy, Small Bathroom

I did not have the problem of kids, I could not fit on the throne with my back against the back wall and my knees against the front wall my simple solution was to angle the throne by about 30 degrees to the left where the door sits. The door is hung outside the wall of the head, enough space to do the paperwork. navegator
navegator 11/16/14 08:10pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Home made slide out cargo tray

Check the tool boxes they also have some pretty strong slides, we had a nut that used to take a siesta on the bottom drawer of his Snap-on tool box, 200+ pounds of character. navegator
navegator 11/16/14 08:03pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Adding a 12V Ceiling Fan

If you have a vent you might be able to replace it with a unit that has a fan and you can run that as a ceiling fan, other wise you are going to have a lot of modifications to do in order to secure the fan. navegator
navegator 11/16/14 07:56pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Old Subject

You want to get rid of the dogs? Let them out with a pack of coyote's roaming around. No more dogs, One coyote and one dog, dog wins One dog and two coyotes dog will keep up and be pretty mangled. One dog and three coyotes, kiss the dog a goner. Two dogs and 6 or 8 coyotes kiss both dogs goners. We have coyotes where we are living now, and one animal alone will run from me, two will bluff to see what I do, three will make me really stand my ground with the nine ready, and I will try to keep all within site, when I loose sight of one, I shoot the nearest one and turn on the other ones, because the one I lost sight is going to be behind me. navegator
navegator 11/16/14 07:41pm Around the Campfire
RE: Assist handles

Before you install the unit have the wife also check the height of the unit in relation to the ground, my wife is shorter than me and I am glad that I asked her otherwise she would not have been happy with the height of the handle. As for some kid turning the unit forward and not being able to open the door, the plastic is not as strong, it will brake and let you out. There should be a "stud" framing the door and the screws provided with the unit will hold well. navegator
navegator 11/16/14 06:44pm General RVing Issues
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