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RE: Weber Go Anywhere grill - what do you use for a bag?

I have & love the same grill. We store ours in a seed/feed type bag in the back seat of our truck. Works great and never have grease get on anything.
big whitey 07/14/14 05:49pm Truck Campers
RE: Cracks,Cranks,Kevas andCanyons: Part 1

WOW excellent TR. you are to be commended for your time and efforts. thanks for sharing your experiences and talents with the forum. in all likelihood you have put my return trip out west on fast forward. $$$$$$$$$$$$ sigh. i am impatiently uh anxiously awaiting part 2.
big whitey 06/29/14 06:23pm Truck Campers
RE: Cracks,Cranks,Kevas andCanyons: Part 1

If someone had told you at age 20 what you would be doing when you turned 65, I bet you would not have believed them. Well done, and keep going! wrong post.
big whitey 06/29/14 06:16pm Truck Campers
RE: 4x2 or 4x4?

4x4 you don't need it...till you do. rather have it and not need it than to need it and not have it.
big whitey 06/22/14 12:59pm Truck Campers
RE: All Roads Lead To Roam Part II, Roam Sweet Roam

Great work Dave, we are so spoiled here as we have all come to expect nothing but perfection from you. Your TR prowess is surpassed only by your selflessness. You are truly a giving person of both your time and talent. Love the pics of the girls. Elaine says hi to you Lynn and the two cuties.
big whitey 06/19/14 06:36pm Truck Campers
RE: 12v Air compressor question!? High Volume? Beach camping

how long does it take to air up a tire from 20 to 80 lbs with one of the high end 12v compressors? i use a small tankless 110 (cost $100) in conjunction with the H2000. it takes about 3 minutes to air up each tire from 20 to 80 lbs. probably takes a total of 20 minutes from start to finish which includes the digging out and repacking of the H2000 and the air compressor.
big whitey 06/13/14 06:29pm Truck Campers
RE: All Roads Lead To Roam, or a western whazposé of pictures

Wow Dave now you have gone and done it again. what did i ever do to deserve such torture. you know it makes me crazy yet you continue with these absolutely fabulous TR's. hope you are settled more or less and will have ample time to spoil those precious little girls. Glad to see the mojo is back. Hi to Lynn and those two cuties from Elaine and i. Talk soon.
big whitey 06/05/14 06:22pm Truck Campers
RE: DW wants to watch tv,help!

No 12v plug is good for about 8 amps that's 96w Your tv, DVD, satellite receiver, will use at least that much, possibly more Better to connect inverter at/near batteries and run an extension cord inside RV to the tv area i have used the 12v plug for my 20" tv,receiver and winegard traveler without issue using a 200w inverter but agree it is better to come staight off the batteries.
big whitey 05/20/14 05:38pm Technology Corner
RE: mileage?

2002 GMC 2500 HD 6L gas and I get around 11.7, 11.9 on a regular basis. I get a lot better in the mountains 12 - 14. Would love better but honestly have not found it. My brother is getting in the 40's with his big diesel when pulling a huge cargo trailer. I would love to put my camper on his truck to see what happens. I suspect that MPG would drop like a brick but would be cool to see. Huh?
big whitey 05/05/14 06:47pm Truck Campers
RE: Trip to Zeno Canyon & Falls

Hey DJ how did the the new compressor fridge work out for you? how was the power consumption etc? can't recall if you have solar or just using the alternator/gen set. excellent trip report,love that part of the country.
big whitey 05/05/14 06:34pm Truck Campers
RE: DISH 211z setup

i am not all that techie all i can do is report my experiences which were less than stellar. their technology is dated at best and you WILL need to be a techie to have any chance of successfully using their product. i'm sure others much more knowledgeable than i will chime in and explain why KVH comes with their own unique list of ongoing software maladies.
big whitey 04/27/14 05:42pm Technology Corner
RE: DISH 211z setup

I just purchased a DISH 211z sat rec from camping world. I have a Class A MH with a KVH R5 on the roof and a Winegard Carryout. I'm curious if you have any words of wisdom on setting this all up. It appears there is only one SAT In jack on the back of the recvr and two outputs from either antenna. The KVH is set up for Direct TV, so I believe there will be issues there. Any advice you can provide will be appreciated. Thanks in advance for your replys. not trying to be a negative nellie but if you have a KVH you are pre destined to have issues be it direct tv or dish.
big whitey 04/27/14 03:43pm Technology Corner
RE: By chance

My Tiger has a band of non-hardening caulk around the cab-coach junction. It gets pretty crummy looking, apparently from dust & dirt sticking to the caulk's surface. The techs at the factory suggested 'Soft Scrub With Bleach' and a small soft brush. Do it just before washing, so it all gets rinsed off. I used it, and it worked. Needs to be done again. Jim, " 'What position did you get in the reorganization?' 'Organ donor.' " thanks for the tip,i will give it a try. guess you just have to be very careful not to scrub too hard as it could render your caulk useless. trying to avoid the classic case of cure worse than disease scenario.
big whitey 04/24/14 03:48pm Tech Issues
RE: By chance

Is this caulk you applied yourself, and if so: do you remember the type/brand? I ask because many such products are meant to be painted; they simply don't/won't stay the white color they begin as. If this is true of yours, just wash/dry the surface, then hit it with some white paint. Edges of masking tape will keep the paint off surrounding surfaces. caulk is OEM. painting is definitely not an option.
big whitey 04/24/14 03:40pm Tech Issues
RE: By chance

Thanks for the suggestions. maybe someone that has had and resolved this issue will point me in the right direction. Seems like WD 40 would damage the caulk or the seal. Surely i'm not the only one out there with dirty caulk. :B
big whitey 04/24/14 02:33pm Tech Issues
RE: Picked up new (to me) Host Everest

love the space hate the weight. always a trade off.:S
big whitey 04/24/14 02:07pm Truck Campers
By chance

does anyone know of anything that will clean white caulking without destroying it. the caulk on our camper is three years old and try as i might i can not find anything that will clean it. thanks all for your help.
big whitey 04/24/14 01:57pm Tech Issues
RE: Rear Awning 2002 Lance 1010 - any recommendations?

Turn the rig around.:) X2, much cheaper and no durability issues.:)
big whitey 04/16/14 05:18pm Truck Campers
RE: Whazoo's "It's not a trip report" trip report

Best non trip report trip report you never did. Sounds like grandpa Dave is getting his groove back. Great Great news on the girls !!!!!!!!!
big whitey 02/13/14 05:53pm Truck Campers
RE: FYI/ what say you

The warranty would be the only reason I would even consider a battery this $pendy. Not sure what the warranty is on some of the other premium batteries like Lifeline etc. I dry camp exclusively and for months at a time so my batteries are absolutely critical and need to be as bullet proof as humanly possible. That said a warranty is no good if they have a small dealer network aka few locations.
big whitey 02/08/14 09:38am Truck Campers
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