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RE: Results on $190.00 per hour survery

All: I have no idea why that thread was closed. Those of you that answered I want to thank you. Perhaps I broke a rule or something with my survey, but I'm very confused why the thread was closed. Again Thank you. Tommy I missed it Tommy! I would have liked to read it! Last thread that I seen that was closed the OP was posting about traveling with handguns. That and giving out web addresses is a no no on this site. Well, I don't think anyone did any of that. Oh well. It was interesting though. :)yes For the benefit of those who missed: That Thread I can only guess the reason for closing the topic was the overwhelming number of replies in the "NO WAY" column - which indeed includes MY vote. This time I'm siding with the moderator... ...Enough was Enough!thanks
2oldman 08/21/14 07:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Results on $190.00 per hour survery

All: I have no idea why that thread was closed. Those of you that answered I want to thank you. Perhaps I broke a rule or something with my survey, but I'm very confused why the thread was closed. Again Thank you. Tommy I missed it Tommy! I would have liked to read it! Last thread that I seen that was closed the OP was posting about traveling with handguns. That and giving out web addresses is a no no on this site. Well, I don't think anyone did any of that. Oh well. It was interesting though. :)yes
2oldman 08/21/14 04:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: CHARGING TERMS Bulk/Absorbsion/Float

Absorption.
2oldman 08/21/14 02:19pm Tech Issues
RE: Leaving house with septic system over winter

Ask the neighbors.
2oldman 08/20/14 08:08pm Snowbirds
RE: Can someone explain in lamens term

what is the Hughes weight range fifth wheelWhat is that? Sorry heaviest weightThanks. We're starting to see a lot more posts with 'auto correct' words that apparently OP's don't catch when they post. You can go back and edit your original post if you wish.
2oldman 08/20/14 08:02pm Travel Trailers
RE: Tuner or Performance Chips - Do they work?

If these mods could really do something they'd already be on there.
2oldman 08/20/14 05:01pm General RVing Issues
RE: The Reality of Full-Time?

It's not a bad thing to work all your life. It isn't, provided you remain healthy enough to work "all your life." But the reality is (to address the title of this post) that isn't how it usually works. You don't have to read very far on this board to find examples of your fellow RVers with some pretty nasty health issues. It's not uncommon for people in their 70s to start having trouble keeping up with the demands of RV life. Is that going to be you? No one knows for sure, but the odds are not in your favor. People who continue working into their late life stages are often those who have worked their entire lives and have a pension to fall back on. They work because they want to, not because they have to. Big difference. So for now, sure, go ahead and live your dream. You're young and healthy and full of ambition, and who wants to think about that far into the future? But remember, when you're too fat, or sick, or your knees don't work, and the 'live for today' is over, you can thank us, the taxpayers, for footing the Medicaid bills for the nursing home you can't afford. Unless you're one of the lucky few who save money for your later life, the chances are good this is how things will end up for you. Being able to work until your last day on earth is a pipe dream.
2oldman 08/20/14 04:51pm Workamping Forum
RE: Hot Water Heater

I thought most cold water heaters were both electric and propane..You'd think so, but it seems many Class A's do not have electric. For a $200,000 coach it saves maybe $30.
2oldman 08/20/14 04:23pm General RVing Issues
RE: Can someone explain in lamens term

what is the Hughes weight range fifth wheelWhat is that?
2oldman 08/20/14 04:21pm Travel Trailers
RE: Arctic Fox 27T solar ready, what does this mean exactly?

The wires probably terminate on the roof. I have also read that even a partial shadow on a single panel can greatly reduce the output of a bank of panels.Wow, I didn't know that.
2oldman 08/20/14 04:01pm Travel Trailers
RE: Home Depot Roof Junction Box for Panels

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2oldman 08/20/14 12:44pm Tech Issues
RE: REPLACING TIRES ON CLASS A MOTORHOME

Read any tire threads lately?
2oldman 08/20/14 12:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Hot Water Heater

All water is hot, unless it is at absolute zero.I could live with 'mildly hot water heater.' As long as we're getting into semantics, my favorite is "income coming in."
2oldman 08/20/14 12:37pm General RVing Issues
RE: 30 KWs for 3 days normal?

That's an average of 416 watts. Seems excessive.
2oldman 08/20/14 12:30pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Inverter Mystery

Page 31 of the Xantrex Manual lists a trouble shooting guide based on the LED status. All you have is blinking LEDs? This unit should have programmable settings, which I would think could be checked. No display? My Prosine IC would not pass shore AC it deemed to be unsatisfactory.
2oldman 08/20/14 12:28pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Best tow vehicle for 5000 lb AT&T

AT&T?
2oldman 08/20/14 12:15pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Hot Water Heater

And BTW, it's a water heater, not a HOT water heater. That would be silly :)And it isn't a TPMS system or a GPS system either. That's silly.
2oldman 08/20/14 10:57am General RVing Issues
RE: Uninteruptible Power Supply as RV Inverter?

I'd have to see one.
2oldman 08/20/14 10:53am General RVing Issues
RE: Hot Water Heater

Have a friend with a motor home who said one should not turn the hot water heater on until you are ready to use hot water and then turn it off afterward..Well, not when you're ready, but 20 minutes before you're ready. I only wish more folks with gas WHs would do this. Then I wouldn't have to wake up at 3am with a gas WH blast furnace in my ear. Campers who do this must be deaf or sleep like the dead.
2oldman 08/20/14 10:07am General RVing Issues
RE: Adding photos

Tech support.. photos
2oldman 08/20/14 10:05am Travel Trailers
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