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RE: non powered 8000 btu heater with through the wall exhaust

True Catalytic heaters (like the Wave) do not produce very much CO.. why does this keep coming up? The risk in using them is Oxygen deprivation. The OP must be talking about Infrared radiant heaters, like the Mr Heater Buddy.
pdogg 11/17/15 08:20am Tech Issues
RE: Which Inverter?

surprised nobody mentioned Starbucks Via instant coffee... we use this 100% of the time when off the grid. Just add boiling water. simple. Keurig machine when on grid.
pdogg 10/28/15 03:00pm Tech Issues
RE: How/Where Do You Inflate Your Tires?

I Carry a CO2 tank with me... www.powertank.com No electricity required and no problem with any kind of PSI I would need.
pdogg 09/22/15 08:33am Tech Issues
RE: truck

I'm not sure I understand why people are saying a diesel truck has higher operating costs? it certain has much higher purchase cost (more on that).. but the far better fuel economy more than offsets the higher cost of fuel. The oil changes are less frequent when you have 3 gallons of oil in the sump. 15k mile oil changes vs 5k mile oil changes. The lifespan of the engine with a 350k mile life expectancy is where you offset the initial purchase cost.. So where's the extra operating costs?
pdogg 12/09/14 08:16am Tech Issues
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