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RE: Electric fireplace

looks really good
nineoaks2004 03/23/17 01:01am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Prayer Request

prayers for her and family
nineoaks2004 03/23/17 12:59am Around the Campfire
RE: Always go prepared...

I have always kept a tool kit and spare items in my RV storage area, plus I have a tool box mounted on the Pick Up bed too for other items that I might use or need when I do not have the RV tool handy.
nineoaks2004 03/22/17 05:50pm Beginning RVing
RE: Heat water

We have several of the heaters, bought from Jeffers equine.com, here in Dothan, we use them for our animal troughs in the winter, but will not actually get hot enough to heat water for a hot tub.
nineoaks2004 03/20/17 08:24pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Chuck Berry, Rock ā€™nā€™ Roll Pioneer, Dies at 90

I always enjoyed his songs, we are losing all the great ones, I reckon my time will also come sooner that later..
nineoaks2004 03/19/17 07:28pm Around the Campfire
RE: Seized up generator crankshaft?

I worked n a lawn mower engine awhile back, seems the carb float had stuck and the engine crank case had filled up with gas, I drained everything, refilled the oil, gas etc. cleaned the carb and checked the float (which was the problem) It started right up and still runs good. Also the electric starter motor could be jammed there are quite a few things that could cause the problem you describe. I would take the time to give it a good check over before declaring it dead in the water. Could be something really simple and either free or cheap to fix..
nineoaks2004 03/13/17 07:30pm Tech Issues
RE: Electric heating options when on shore power?

We use a ceramic heater, and have done so with all out units over the years it works good for us and we usually have to turn it down because the TT gets to hot
nineoaks2004 03/13/17 08:02am General RVing Issues
RE: Bed lid advise please

I just cut a piece of thick wall 1 1/2" PVC and use this to hold the bed up works good for us..
nineoaks2004 03/12/17 09:24am Travel Trailers
RE: goodsamsclub.com My Forums

ATT lost some servers yesterday, mine was out but working fine now, they did not say what the problem was or what caused it.
nineoaks2004 03/11/17 05:42pm Forum Technical Support
RE: Lot sizes

I have maps of all the campgrounds we usually camp at,(mostly State Parks) with our favorites circled.. and notes about the parks on the maps. Works good for us, we have folders for the camp grounds we like with brochures, notes etc. We pull this before a trip and decide where to go and when to go. (We usually try to go during the week as it is less noisy for us)
nineoaks2004 03/07/17 07:54pm General RVing Issues
RE: Bicycle Lock Vs Angle Grinder

I have special locks, (used on traffic lock boxes) we tried bolt large cutters on one and it broke the jaws or the cutter. But as stated, a lock is just a temporary deterrent to a determined thief, however our three burglar alarms usually let us know when something is not right. To be honest I have never had anything stolen while camping.
nineoaks2004 03/06/17 09:27pm Tech Issues
RE: Reformulated Gasoline

We have no problem getting it, seems there a a lot of stations in Alabama that carry it, Our local Marathon has it at 2 pumps instead of Hi Test, also Fla. is catching up too. I always use it for all my small engines, in fact my new chainsaw and also my generator both recommend ethanol free, I do use gas stabilizer in the cans as soon as i get them home.
nineoaks2004 03/06/17 09:19pm General RVing Issues
RE: looking for ideas (recovering camper from mud)

Why not get a wrecker in there to pull it out, most wrecker companies are set up for such as this and even worse.
nineoaks2004 03/06/17 08:11am Travel Trailers
RE: Everyone has an opinion. What's yours?

Your best bet is to take the time to look, maybe rent, decide what is best for you your family and your situation. What pleases some will not necessarily please you. So my advice is to look around and make your decision based on what you want, need or expect. Making a mistake can make you miserable and also very costly. If you buy used make sure you have someone very knowledgeable about RV's check it out. Good luck on your future travels...
nineoaks2004 03/04/17 07:57pm Beginning RVing
RE: Short generator use

The 1/2 load for 30 minutes is also to keep the slip rings from getting oxidation from building up on them.
nineoaks2004 03/03/17 07:33pm General RVing Issues
RE: Dutch oven tripod?

With price considerations, is one a better bang for the buck of the commercial ones? And for those of you who had made your own. How'd ya do it. I'm not very mechanically inclined and don't have a welder not access to one. Also have a small B+ so storage/hauling is a concern. thanks I made mine out of 3 pieces 3/8 inch water pipe, bolt at top to make the triangle legs, and some other items I had on hand, but in your situation it would be cheaper and faster to just buy one, the commercial models break down into a small package and will probably last for years if taken care of.
nineoaks2004 03/02/17 10:20am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Help with Airflow into bedroom.

You could install a small set of louvers thru the wall or door , this would allow air circulation and retain you privacy. Lowes /home depot etc. should have small louvers for a reasonable price and most are already apinted.
nineoaks2004 03/01/17 09:22am Travel Trailers
RE: Dutch oven tripod?

I use my tripod most of the time, my home made one and it has a grate that can be raised / lowered by the chain as I see fit,
nineoaks2004 03/01/17 09:11am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Vortex 2 replacement fan

I installed one in our bathroom vent, easy install, our vent did not have electric but running wires from the bathroom light which was about 8" from the vent, I just tapped off it and did the install, great fan, moves a lot of air, I did not do the reversing mod as it was not needed. The price is also great compared to other models and the original vent was left on and did not have to be removed, I also added a vent cover so I can leave the bathroom vent open.
nineoaks2004 02/21/17 07:13pm Travel Trailers
RE: My new fishing rod holder

Looks like really good idea and mod.
nineoaks2004 02/16/17 09:11pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
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