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RE: Camping World Quality

Don't look at a purchase as "buying" something. You are just renting it till it breaks. Time for us all to "drink the cool-aid" and join the disposable society. If you fix it, you're slowing down the economy.
Highway 4x4 02/25/15 09:13pm General RVing Issues
RE: Traveling With the Propane On

At 63, 6 ft 0, 165 pounds, I eat ice cream, pizza, cookies, and all the garbage I did in high school. I take it on vacation and don't want it to spoil so I run with the fridge on. Yep, it's going to kill me some day.
Highway 4x4 02/23/15 09:03pm General RVing Issues
RE: Traveling With the Propane On

in an accident, if something ruptures the tank, it's all over. Valve on or off.
Highway 4x4 02/22/15 09:35pm General RVing Issues
RE: Advice on driving Oregon's coast road?

Fort Stevens is so nice I could stay there for a week.
Highway 4x4 02/22/15 09:29pm Travel Trailers
RE: Traveling With the Propane On

Unless you want the inside of your fridge the same as it is outside, you have the propane on.
Highway 4x4 02/22/15 06:44pm General RVing Issues
RE: Advice on driving Oregon's coast road?

I have done it with no issues with my 31 foot bumper pull and have seen huge class A MH's with towds on it. So just look ahead, drive smart and don't be in a hurry. Know where you want to stop before you pass it by so you don't have to turn around.
Highway 4x4 02/22/15 06:28pm Travel Trailers
RE: Traveling With the Propane On

I have always traveled with the propane on. As long as I keep the TT behind me I figure I am safe.
Highway 4x4 02/22/15 12:40pm General RVing Issues
RE: Camping World Quality

We are getting what we have asked for. Stick a fork in us, we're done.
Highway 4x4 02/22/15 09:12am General RVing Issues
RE: Camping World Quality

Well then, I guess we better just enjoy the last days of this nation as we have known it.
Highway 4x4 02/17/15 11:13pm General RVing Issues
RE: IRS Scam Alert

A neighbor told me that he tells pesky sales people that if they ever call again he is going to make an appointment with them and there is going to be a butt kicking "party" waiting for whoever shows up. That ends them.
Highway 4x4 02/16/15 11:49pm General RVing Issues
RE: Camping World Quality

If I want to bash China for what they send here, I will, but I won't because everyone with a memory and a brain knows about all the products that have killed pets and people. The Chinese businesses are controlled by the Communist Gov't that doesn't give a blank about people. What they say and do are two different things. I buy stuff made in China but I buy American or any place else when I can. Not going to get into politics here as it is not allowed. Not telling anyone not to fill their house and RV with everything from China. You do what you want, and I'll do mine. Unlike other countries, here in the USA, we have the freedom to choose.
Highway 4x4 02/16/15 11:35pm General RVing Issues
RE: ADCO Covers

Its' the sun, they just turn to dust. Here in So Cal I even got the upper one with the white tyvec top. The side that gets the sun is done in just about 2-3 years depending how much it's on the TT. I think the cover would last longer inside a covered storage with no windows. There is a big tag on my cover that says "Made In China". At least the cover doesn't kill the TT. The cover for my TT costs about $350. If it lasts 24 months that's about $15 a month.I don't care what they say, putting that thing on and off is a real pain and that's when they fall apart.
Highway 4x4 02/16/15 11:18pm General RVing Issues
RE: Rear Camera??

Garmin now has a few of their GPS units that will double as a backup camera. 58LM as I recall is one of them and a very good GPS.
Highway 4x4 02/13/15 09:07pm Towing
RE: IRS Scam Alert

I always answer my phone even if I know it's going to be a guy selling something. I make it a game trying to keep them on the line and waste their time. At the end I tell them that's what I am doing. They make less calls and bother less people that way. For scamers that tell me the IRS wants me, I just laugh at them and tell them to send them on over. Then I tell them they really need to find a different job because the scam business is really not going to work for them, they are so bad at it. Funny, the number of calls I get has gone down.
Highway 4x4 02/13/15 08:15pm General RVing Issues
RE: Hemi 6.4 or Cummins

There is no perfect truck. So get the one that you want and makes you happy to own for what ever reason. I have never had a loaded vehicle with leather so at 63 I decided it was time to do it and go big for one of my last big trucks. The 6.4 hemi will tow your TT but the Cummins will do it better. Yes the Cummins costs more. Yes a loaded truck costs more. It's your money, you decide. I don't want to look back and wish I would have......................
Highway 4x4 02/13/15 08:03pm Travel Trailers
RE: Hemi 6.4 or Cummins

I bought 2 2500 QCSB 4x4 Rams back in 03, both equipped the same, color and all, except one was the 5.7 and the other the 5.9 Cummins. Both kept in perfect condition and same miles,130K. Sold the 5.7 for $9K and the Cummins for $20K. Private sales and had to work to get the Hemi sold. I think that in 10 years the 6.4 will be worth much less than the $7K option for the Cummins. JMHO.
Highway 4x4 02/12/15 10:26pm Travel Trailers
RE: Hemi 6.4 or Cummins

I have the 14 Cummins with everything. My TT is 7K empty. For me there are no hills or grades, just places where other people have to slow down. The hemi will do it but the Cummins will do it with a smile on your face and you'll have an exhaust brake to slow you down. There is a place where the talk a lot about this, it's called "Cummins Forum".
Highway 4x4 02/12/15 12:27am Travel Trailers
RE: Licensing RVers---is it time?

The insurance costs no more, or less, on a $100K MH than it does on my truck. If people were wadding up MH's the insurance would be higher. I really don't see MH's on the road with body damage. TT's insurance is even less. You want to test me? fine. I have towed 65 foot poles behind line trucks. My Ram and TT are nothing. Again, you just want more money, just send me the bill and leave me alone.
Highway 4x4 02/09/15 01:02am General RVing Issues
RE: Licensing RVers---is it time?

All you want is my money so just send me the bill and don't bother me.
Highway 4x4 02/08/15 06:48pm General RVing Issues
RE: pumping creek water

Back in the 60's we always drank from the streams we camped next to in the Sierras. Sometime in the late 70's that all changed and I would never drink from a stream again. Deer, cattle, and everything else is in the water. Not that it wasn't in the 60's. I really would not put it in my RV pipes.
Highway 4x4 02/08/15 02:22pm Travel Trailers
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