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RE: Travel with fridge on

.. if it is beyond that I will shut it down as soon as we stop. x2
2oldman 08/27/16 05:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: TA truck wash

Fear is that the high pressure spray could cause leaks.x2. I don't want my WH or refrigerator flushed out either.
2oldman 08/27/16 03:19pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Sprinter motorhome boondocking

We've found that out West in the boondocks and areas around them it is more difficult and time consuming to replenish fresh water than it is to find a place to quickly and properly dump trash.Yeah, could be. My setup doesn't allow me too far off the beaten track so I've not yet run into that. Considering I can haul 75-100 gallons of water, I generally live like I do at home.
2oldman 08/27/16 03:16pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Sprinter motorhome boondocking

Beginning to sound more like survival camping on this thread....I would never go camping if I told my wife we needed to do half of what was said here. x2 I've noticed that whenever I try the survival route, I end up with a garbage problem.
2oldman 08/27/16 01:42pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Whoa, how much to wash my rig again...???

.. I do my own, about three hours for 38 ft. sometimes I spread it out over two days My 34' fiver took me a week to apply NuFinish. Hard work, rubbing all that out, and it only lasted a year. Good thing I can afford to have it done now.
2oldman 08/27/16 01:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Whoa, how much to wash my rig again...???

..multi level polishing to bring it up to snuff. It ain't cheap but it isn't me doing it. So this thread was helpful to me.Good. 'Real' wax jobs, including buffing (as opposed to wax-on-wax-off-before-it's-even-dry jobs), are expensive.
2oldman 08/27/16 12:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Whoa, how much to wash my rig again...???

I was in Chula Vista, Ca. last May . Someone came around and washed and hand waxed our 40 ft. including roof for $285.00 . Now that's expensive beautiful Southern Ca.Cash or check?
2oldman 08/27/16 12:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: COSTCO no longer wants motorhomes in gas lines?

10 deep last night is absolutely nuts. Have better things to do. Especially to save just a few dollars on a fillup.
2oldman 08/27/16 12:21pm General RVing Issues
RE: Honda EU 2000 fuel shut off not working

My question is why does the Generator run/off switch not cut off the fuel like it is supposed to?I don't know. Try google, youtube, or take it in for service.
2oldman 08/27/16 11:36am Tech Issues
RE: Sprinter motorhome boondocking

4 days for 'normal' living. 4 weeks for the kind of spartan living mentioned above. Not my style; I'd rather dump and fill.
2oldman 08/27/16 11:31am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Honda EU 2000 fuel shut off not working

If it runs out of fuel and shuts down,, why kill the engine,,its already dead? good question
2oldman 08/27/16 10:34am Tech Issues
RE: COSTCO no longer wants motorhomes in gas lines?

I don't have any problen blocking two pumps while I pump $100+ worth of gas. Meanwhile, the car onthe other side of the pump just parks there while the driver and sixpassengers go inside and gdt their breakfast sandwiches and use the resrroom before coming back out and pumping $5 worth of gas. Then waiting some more while they try to find enough money to pay, then go back in to pay for the gas. By then, I have pumped 75 gallons, paid up, and have travelled 10 miles down the road.LOL.. too funny. It's a different world now that gas stations have become grocery stores.
2oldman 08/27/16 10:30am General RVing Issues
RE: Megawatt Bi Polar Transistor Upgrade

Sounds like a Steve Martin comedy routine.
2oldman 08/27/16 10:23am Tech Issues
RE: Honda EU 2000 fuel shut off not working

Ok. Is this so that you can leave fuel in the tank? I find that the drain valve on the carb works pretty well.
2oldman 08/27/16 10:21am Tech Issues
RE: inverter wiring

I don't want to ever have to buy and use generatorGood luck with that. Run into a few cloudy days and you'll need one.
2oldman 08/27/16 10:11am Tech Issues
RE: Honda EU 2000 fuel shut off not working

First, why did you install a switch? Supposedly the big ON switch is a fuel cutoff when turned completely OFF.
2oldman 08/27/16 09:26am Tech Issues
RE: COSTCO no longer wants motorhomes in gas lines?

I wouldn't go near the Costco stations I've seen. Too small.
2oldman 08/27/16 09:16am General RVing Issues
RE: Links don't open in a new tab / window

I can't foresee anything being fixed. Whole new forum software.. maybe.
2oldman 08/27/16 09:12am Forum Technical Support
RE: TPMS - Wireless or not

Interesting.. thanks.
2oldman 08/26/16 06:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How do I Calibrate a volt meter?

The only answer I can see where that's possible is to compare it to a known good one. Then you'd have to buy or borrow a good one. They are inexpensive.
2oldman 08/26/16 03:24pm Tech Issues
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