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RE: Am I correct or not?

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LLeopold 07/26/16 10:54am Beginning RVing
RE: when boondocking do you bring a weapon ?

Sounds like the OP got their answer. Time to close the thread.
LLeopold 06/21/16 09:14pm Beginning RVing
RE: when boondocking do you bring a weapon ?

So long as we stay on topic, I'm ok with it. No politics, no flaming, etc. Follow the Forum Rules and we're good. 'Nuff said.
LLeopold 06/21/16 04:23pm Beginning RVing
RE: when boondocking do you bring a weapon ?

Deleted all off-topic and related posts pertaining to the deletions. Let's keep the conversation to the original topic, please. Thank you for your cooperation. 'Nuff said.
LLeopold 06/21/16 07:55am Beginning RVing
RE: Do they cut hose end off at dump station on purpose?

This just in, and to close this thread... Woman Accused Of Taking Bat To Man’s Car For Staying In Front Of Gas Pump For Too Long
LLeopold 05/19/16 03:59pm Beginning RVing
RE: stopping for a single night - rest area or rv park?

Let's dial it back just a little, please.
LLeopold 04/01/16 09:50am Beginning RVing
RE: spare tire stuck under trailer

Liquid Wrench first comes to mind. The second is WD-40 Rust Release Penetrate Spray. You should be able to find either at any hardware store. Spray on to the rust areas that are preventing the spare tire to be released, then let stand for the time (15-30 minutes) to permit penetration, and then loosen nuts with a jack wrench or large socket wrench. You may need additional leverage to "crack" the rust. I have a three foot length of pipe that fits over the the wrench handle. When I'm applying this kind of leverage I am *very* careful to pull and not jerk the action as I do not want to break the tool or the mounting bolts. As a last resort if the rust is truly solid, your only other choice is to apply heat to the area with a propane torch, then loosen with the wrench/leverage but this should only be done with VERY great care and only if you are absolutely sure of what you're doing. Hope this helps.
LLeopold 09/20/15 10:28am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Newbie with battery question

I edited and deleted a number of posts. If there are members who disagree from a personal perspective, I refer you to the Private Messages link in the upper right corner of your screen under the "Welcome, " and take it off-line. Thank you for your cooperation.
LLeopold 08/13/15 09:50am Beginning RVing
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