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RE: What can save the Post Office?

I have a cousin that works for the P.O. and is a supervisor, he says they waste so much that it is unbelievable. Also if a union worker does not produce, they cannot get rid of him. I think the I could live without the Sat. delivery, but the unions shot that down too. Our postman cannot even read or put the mail in the box, I have found it in the ditch, other people get my mail, and I get other peoples mail and complaining does no good what-so-ever. I just got a package, the postal worker said he stopped but I was not home, I was in the front yard working all morning and saw him go by, I still had to drive to the post office on Monday to get the package. I think it is and will price themselves out of existence eventually as most things can be done over the Internet now anyway.
nineoaks2004 09/26/13 08:06pm Around the Campfire
RE: I am looking for

check www.Campmor.com for camping materials...Best prices on everything, Have you thought of inflatable mattresses> They work great in a tent..
nineoaks2004 09/20/13 06:36pm Around the Campfire
RE: Lotta stuff hanging off a Class C

I would think that whatever he wants to do he has the equipment stored on the C to do it..
nineoaks2004 09/19/13 08:25pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: How often do you use your built in generator?

I seldom use mine, but it is handy when needed and nice to have..
nineoaks2004 09/14/13 08:41pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Handgun purchase advice

I own revolvers, I like them because they are simple and do not jam as semi- autos sometimes do. If you cannot hit a target with 6 shots you should give up anyway. I have a S&W 38, a Tarus 38, a 22 revolver that takes .22 and .22 magnum. The problem is not the weapon but the ammo for lately it is either very expensive or not available. Seems the govt is buying most of it, even .22 ammo for the Post Office? For home defense I prefer a shotgun and I have several different gauges for hunting, especially a pump, when someone hears a loud thunk it does seem to get their un-divided attention especially when faced with the knowledge that are most likely will hit your target. I would say test fire different pistols before you make up your mind some depending on the person, feel more natural in the hand than others.
nineoaks2004 09/12/13 08:37pm Around the Campfire
RE: bad winter coming

Hope it is early too. We need the leaves off the trees by Oct 21 here in N/W Fla. for hunting season on squirrels
nineoaks2004 09/12/13 05:08pm Around the Campfire
RE: Fishing in Florida

I like the state parks, they are clean, well maintained and reasonable prices I think you will find TopSail state RV resort to your liking full hook ups including cable. They have a tram to take you to the beach,a pier also two or three fresh water lakes, good restaurants etc. are near by It is located in the Panhandle of Fla. near Santa Rosa Beach check the Fla parks out on the web site. Also you can reserve for up to a year ahead of time at Reserve America http://www.floridastateparks.org/default.cfm
nineoaks2004 09/12/13 09:08am Around the Campfire
RE: Changing an Axel

If you don't know exactly what you are doing it would be much better and safer to let a professional do it. This could save you money in the long run as the alignment is critical for the trailer to track properly and of course if it has brakes to hook up and adjust there is safety to consider, if the thing drops on you, or even if it just slips to the ground it could be a major problem. Good luck with the axle change
nineoaks2004 09/10/13 07:46am Tech Issues
RE: My printer won't print using IE for some reason

I do not use IE, period, I have used Firefox for years and as for e-mail I have used Incredimail for years. Both are heads above anything Microsoft has to offer..Firefox is free and can be set up as you want, Incredimail is free with ads but I purchased a lifetime license years ago and most of my friends have changed to it.. Good luck with your Microsoft products.
nineoaks2004 09/10/13 07:39am Tech Issues
RE: Batter charger - what do I need?

Harbor Freight also has battery maintainers for $4.99 on sale they work as well as the expensive ones, I have one installed on my wife's gas golf cart battery, my 4 wheeler and installed one on my neighbors 4 wheeler. I bought a double plus with wires on each end (cannot be plugged in backwards, cut the clamps and installed lugs, put on side of the pigtail on the battery, this way I only have a small pigtail sticking out. When brought back to the storage shop /carport just plug the pigtail in, keeps the battery charged. Works fine.
nineoaks2004 09/07/13 07:47am Tech Issues
RE: Batter charger - what do I need?

You need a charger that will charge at 2 amps for the lawn mower battery, any more amps than that will ruin the battery. You should be able to plug the M/H in and it will charge the battery. I bought a roll around charger at Tractor Supply that will give you 2/ 20/and start amps too. It will also tell you amps of charge, voltage of charge and % of charge it also will cut off when fully charged, I paid less that $100.00 for it and use it constantly in my shop.
nineoaks2004 09/06/13 08:22pm Tech Issues
RE: Weather/seaason has changed

We have had more than our share of rain this year, I guess the drought is way - way over by feet not inches , Temps and humidity are about the same as it always is here in Fl. with no el-nino etc. the weather has returned to the normal way I remember it as a kid with afternoon thunder boomers most afternoons. I am hoping for an early winter so the leaves will drop and I can see the limbs as hunting season opens for squirrels on Oct 21 and my little Feist dog is tearing at the leash. What ever the weather, we just need to go along as we cannot change things anyway
nineoaks2004 09/06/13 08:14am Around the Campfire
RE: oil for2 cycle power tools

Tractor Supply carries it, as does Wally World
nineoaks2004 09/06/13 08:03am Around the Campfire
RE: Gunk in Onan Marquis 7000 carb

I have a friend that works in a parts house, he convinced me to try mechanic in a bottle, I followed the directions and my Onan 4kw gen works fine now, it would not even start prior to this..Wally world stocks Mechanic in a bottle now too.
nineoaks2004 09/05/13 07:20pm Tech Issues
RE: problem with Suburban DSI water heater

I had the same problem with my Atwood HW Heater. I took it apart and put the metal parts on a wire wheel, then cleaned the lugs, put it back together and it works fine, I also purchased a 110 volt assy for $66.00 on amazon included everything to do the job so I am covered now if the gas fails, plus I don't have to use LP in the campgrounds..
nineoaks2004 09/05/13 07:14pm Tech Issues
RE: atwood hot water heater quit

I had the same problem with my LP Atwood, I took it apart, put all the metal pieces on a wire brush and when I put it back together it works just fine now, I figured out it was a bad ground or connection. I also cleaned all the lugs too. Then I added a camco 110v conversion for 66.00 with free shipping from Amazon.com so I am covered either way now.
nineoaks2004 09/04/13 09:02pm General RVing Issues
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