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RE: HOW accessible is FREE WIFI while travelling?

McDs, Starbucks.
2oldman 04/20/15 08:30pm Technology Corner
RE: Hill Climbing

I agree with you, driving a gas rig, particularly one with a high RPM engine such as the very good Ford V10 is VERY, VERY different than a large displacement, turbo, inter-cooled diesel with Allison transmission.Actually, my F450 was a 7.3L PSD.
2oldman 04/20/15 08:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Boondocking with residential fridge

household refer and inverter2009 Household refer Class A 2009 residential fridge- boondocking 09 Residential refer Class A 2010 Norcold w resi, class a 2014
2oldman 04/20/15 05:08pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Family Lost Cat

That's sad.. good luck.
2oldman 04/20/15 04:00pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Hill Climbing

Downshifting before the hill is easier on the tranny.Would like more information on that one-- this is an Allison 3000 series. When you're already on a hill and your tranny needs to shift, that's more stress than anticipating the hill and shifting sans load. Kinda like downshifting a bicycle derailleur before a hill, because once you're on it, it's pretty hard. That said, perhaps the Allison etal are really good at shifting under load and it doesn't really matter. I remember my F450s tranny was not a smooth shift under load.
2oldman 04/20/15 03:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Getting Rid of a Residential Refrigerator

we just got in the habit of running the genny in the morning for heavy loads.Yah.. there's no way I'm going outside in my jammies to start a generator for coffee! :) (Unless my batteries are sitting at 24.4,or 12.2 to everyone else)
2oldman 04/20/15 03:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Hill Climbing

Downshifting before the hill is easier on the tranny.
2oldman 04/20/15 02:31pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Getting Rid of a Residential Refrigerator

We do run our generator every morning at breakfast during high load like toaster, coffee maker and microwave .. We actually have an 800 watt system on the roof but about half of that is for our other stuff.With 800w I'd think you'd be able to run those items on battery/inverter.
2oldman 04/20/15 12:15pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Caller Locator Technology?

, I was able to pull into a rest stop when this happened. When I called from my IPhone, the person answering told me that they failed to obtain my location, and what was the closest cross street? .I don't suppose they'd be able to handle your voicing/texting your coordinates to them.
2oldman 04/20/15 11:30am Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Garmin Dezl 560LMT GPS

Dezl threads
2oldman 04/20/15 11:26am Technology Corner
RE: Another Tire Question

If you'd care to read others' responses to this very popular question: tires in heading in TT
2oldman 04/20/15 10:28am Travel Trailers
RE: How long can you realistically dry camp?

dry camp water conservation
2oldman 04/20/15 08:56am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Do you use other RV forum sites?

I visit Escapees on occasion, but it's pretty dead over there.
2oldman 04/19/15 04:59pm General RVing Issues
RE: Molding Around Everything Outside

Dicor
2oldman 04/19/15 03:02pm Travel Trailers
RE: Microwave that a Honda EU1000i will run

If there were low draw MW's they wouldn't heat very fast. You're geting dangerously close to "use the propane" territory, like when someone asks about making coffee.
2oldman 04/19/15 03:00pm Tech Issues
RE: Quartzsite & The BLM!

North of LHC there are many dry-camp areas.
2oldman 04/19/15 01:39pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Jekyll island or Where

Jekyll in heading
2oldman 04/19/15 01:38pm Family Camping
RE: Can't See to Hitch Up

Camera.
2oldman 04/19/15 01:03pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Getting Rid of a Residential Refrigerator

My impression is that the primary reason that the mfrs are going to residential fridges is COST. That, and the fact that the vast majority of Class A buyers are not going to be dry camping.
2oldman 04/19/15 12:59pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Ceiling water stain

spray a mild bleach solution
2oldman 04/19/15 12:05pm General RVing Issues
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