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RE: Home Brew Engine Oil Filter Comparison White Paper

If you really need to keep your oil clean, install one of these Frantz toilet paper filters. It will filter just about any particle out of your oil. Do you use those?
RandACampin 05/28/15 07:32am Tech Issues
RE: Home Brew Engine Oil Filter Comparison White Paper

In terms of the best filtration/flow combination, the Purolator Pure1 is the best on the market. If you can get it for your engine, then I highly recommend you do so. Jose What is this based on? Is there some research that proves this?
RandACampin 05/28/15 03:55am Tech Issues
RE: Neat folding trailer

It's not a US camper. So all of the posts about practicality, fitting in a CG, etc. are moot. The fishing is good though.
RandACampin 05/26/15 01:36pm Travel Trailers
RE: Trash Trash Trash

My thoughts are that the folks who only go camping on the 3-day weekends are not the folks who care about the beauty of their environment. You would be wrong. Just because I can only go camping on a long weekend does not put me in that category. I could very easily state the opposite; That full timers and seasoned RVers are the problem.
RandACampin 05/26/15 10:19am Family Camping
RE: Strange emergency vehicle lights, can you ID?

Mid-morning last Thursday in CA on northbound Hwy 101 well north of Paso Robles the traffic was light. In my car I was doing 70+ in a 65, there was no one for a good mile in front of me and I had just gone past a couple of trucks and a CHP Tahoe pulling a small trailer who were all going 60+ in a 55. I did not have time to pull back to the right and no one had been behind me in the left lane a brief time before when here is a guy so close to my bumper I could only see part of the hood. On the dash in the middle of the windshield was an 8-10” round blue light with a flashing red triangle large enough to touch the edge of the blue circle. I took the hint and pulled right and saw 3 white nondescript 4 door sedans rental agencies laughingly call a premium car with no markings fly by in tight formation. I thought this to be a bit strange as they had the standard civilian license tags but white rear strobe lights embedded in the tail lights. Five minutes later I saw a car with flashing alternating headlights approaching fast and the same blue circle/red triangle flashing. I knew they weren't coming for me so I bumped the speed to 80 and watched three more plain white vehicles fly by in tight formation at 90+. This time it was 2 Chevy Impalas and an older small Ford minivan with strobe lights in the tail lights. All had anonymous normal civilian plates. What a great job these people have where they can blast down the road and blow people out of their way without fear of being pulled over. My questions are who are these stealth people, what agency do they work for which we are paying for and what are they protecting us from? Or what agency do they work for that we need to protect ourselves from because behavior like this on the open road can be a danger to the RV community? There is nothing on Google that I can find on this shape of emergency lighting. Thanks. How are they a danger to the RV community?
RandACampin 05/26/15 09:22am General RVing Issues
RE: Illegal GPS mounting

Good, obstructing you view is a bad idea
RandACampin 05/26/15 08:31am General RVing Issues
RE: Strange emergency vehicle lights, can you ID?

because behavior like this on the open road can be a danger to the RV community? There is nothing on Google that I can find on this shape of emergency lighting. Thanks. How are they a danger to the RV community?
RandACampin 05/26/15 03:52am General RVing Issues
RE: Neat folding trailer

Neat, but too many moving parts to be practical. Practical is a matter of opinion. Some may find it a useful solution.
RandACampin 05/26/15 03:48am Travel Trailers
RE: Do you or don't you?

We're looking into buying our first trailer. Friends of ours bought their first one a few years ago and love it. But this is interesting. They say they NEVER use their toilet except for quick toilet breaks, if you know what I mean. Otherwise, they use the campground restrooms or park outhouses. They say that using a trailer toilet ruins it... that the smell is always there. !?!? Surely this cannot be true. One reason why we want a trailer is to have the comfort of our own home with us. We don't WANT to use a public restroom. Plus, we plan to camp on public forest land where there are no facilities. What do YOU do? Whu do you care what everyone else does? Do whatever you want to do.
RandACampin 05/16/15 01:26pm Travel Trailers
RE: Stiff Neck --- New Radar Assisted Car Any Help??

IMO an easier solution and it's what I always do, Back into the parking slot, that way you have control of the parking spot before backing in and can see everything, and then when you pull out you're facing forward with a clear field of vision. Problem is people are doing this in angled parking lots...idiots.
RandACampin 05/14/15 09:54am Tech Issues
RE: I would like your opinion on replacing tires.

X2 go get the new tires , nothing like a flat tire on a wet busy road, New tires are not a guarantee against a flat
RandACampin 05/13/15 08:54am General RVing Issues
RE: MH crashes into home in Florida I75

Just another case of an unqualified driver. How did you get qualified?
RandACampin 05/13/15 08:39am General RVing Issues
RE: I would like your opinion on replacing tires.

I would leave my 2YO ST tires on the rig and go camping. What he said, leave them and go.
RandACampin 05/13/15 08:37am General RVing Issues
RE: ST tires cooked on arrival?

There must be a whole bunch of those new drivers, without fail I am passed by the majority of transport RVs
RandACampin 05/13/15 03:51am Fifth-Wheels
RE: National General Cancellation

First everyone complains about junk mail(renewal notice)...now they want junk mail.IMHO there is a big difference between unwanted (junk) mail and real docs, like renewals!! I have seen dozens of threads about people complaining about getting renewal notices from GS, So they complain about "real docs" as well.
RandACampin 05/12/15 03:57pm Good Sam Insurance
RE: National General Cancellation

First everyone complains about junk mail(renewal notice)...now they want junk mail.
RandACampin 05/12/15 10:23am Good Sam Insurance
RE: Rotochoks??????

You can make your own link link2
RandACampin 05/11/15 11:58am General RVing Issues
RE: Best TV for TT?

Believe it or not, my salesman actually TALKED ME OUT of purchasing the TV and mount for our new Jayco TT. The upgrade for a 32'' TV would have been nearly $500! Thoughts on the best brand to handle the road? I can hold up to a 40'', but the price break seems to jump after 32'', so I will stay at that size. Most brands in that category seem to be about $200. Thoughts? Not interested in hearing that camping isn't about watching TV...I get that, but with 2 young kids, a morning or evening show is perfectly fine for us! Thanks! I have a Vizio in my camper and have bounced it all over the country, leave it in 365 days a year and zero problems. Visios, IMO are some of the best value TV an the market today. They have great pictures as well. Vizio
RandACampin 05/11/15 08:36am Technology Corner
RE: Leveling my trailer. Do things settle?

Why do you need to be absolute level...close is good enough. I always leave mine slightly nose high and awning side high. That way I can control where the AC condensation goes. But yes settling does occur, materials (frame, floor wood, etc. expand and contract at different rates. Just get the thing comfy to walk in and don't worry about "level"
RandACampin 05/08/15 12:06pm General RVing Issues
RE: ST tires cooked on arrival?

Every one of those drivers I see are moving fast. Yet the tire will be blamed.
RandACampin 05/08/15 12:01pm Fifth-Wheels
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