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RE: Nevada Hwy 93 Wells to Jackpot

Doesn't look like much. Perhaps you better spend the night with the truckers in Wells.
2oldman 04/27/15 09:45pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Allaire state park in new jersey

This person is.
2oldman 04/27/15 04:45pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Need to move trailer

Go to a local RV park and check the message board.
2oldman 04/27/15 04:44pm General RVing Issues
RE: west bound across Indianapolis, best direction bypass?

As with most metro areas, check the local traffic conditions and adjust accordingly. Between 10am and 2pm you should be ok.
2oldman 04/27/15 03:27pm Roads and Routes
RE: More about drinking water safety

I just don't understand having to pay a premium price for bottle water.And all those plastic bottles are a scourge on the environment. I'm always amused at those who go hiking with their little water bottles. Why don't you just drink the water before hiking?
2oldman 04/27/15 01:55pm General RVing Issues
RE: Rear leif springs

Did those springs travel with the Vikings? :) :)
2oldman 04/27/15 01:06pm Tech Issues
RE: Air flow for residential fridge

From another post: There have been a number of alternatives on the ventilation. Basically, residential units want to take air from the bottom, run it through the condenser coils and out the back where it is expected to flow up the back and out the top of the refer. S&B homes do not have vents right over the back like RVs do. So, you can do whatever here. I chose to leave a bit of space over the refer (some of which I may close with molding later), seal the top vent and let the hot air return to the room for the air conditioner to take out. You may want to leave the roof vent open to let the hot air escape there. Just be aware that cold air can come in during the winter and hot air may creep in during summer if you leave it open. If you have a Samsung unit, they also run some of the piping along the outside walls of the refer and count on some air circulation up the sides and out the top. Depending on your unit, you may need to be sure there is air-flow here too.
2oldman 04/27/15 12:20pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Travel souveniers

Coffee cups.
2oldman 04/27/15 12:16pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Gaming in a RV?

Satellite? No. There's too much latency for gaming.
2oldman 04/27/15 09:34am Beginning RVing
RE: Need to move trailer

For reasons I don't know, nobody rents a truck for 5er pulling. If you contact a shipper via email, you will be flooded with replies for months on end.
2oldman 04/27/15 09:21am General RVing Issues
RE: 6 volt or 12 volt batteries??

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2oldman 04/27/15 09:17am Tech Issues
RE: Autos or RVs parking lot

A B would use the auto.
2oldman 04/27/15 09:14am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: solar location on Truck camper

Here are a couple earlier threads on solar on a TC: 200w on TC on luggage rack 100w solar on TC
2oldman 04/27/15 08:23am Truck Campers
RE: Question On Setting Security On Straight Talk Hotspot

You could google '192.168.0.1 too long to respond'
2oldman 04/27/15 08:14am Technology Corner
RE: Any reasons NOT to buy a Dish KING Tailgater?

I called back a second and third time trying to figure out what their channel line up is. I'm sure that's online.
2oldman 04/27/15 08:11am Class C Motorhomes
RE: My new opinion of Camping World...long post.

Ironically, some of the most cramped parking areas I've found are CW's parking lots out front.
2oldman 04/26/15 04:46pm Camping World RV Sales
RE: Awesome??

Posts with awesome and cleaner in them
2oldman 04/26/15 04:43pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Standard vs Hi Def?

the Winegard Traveler Slimline dish for DirectTV is automatic and is approved by DirectTV.Yes it is, it appears to be a full slimline. I was thinking of the smaller ones.
2oldman 04/26/15 03:48pm Technology Corner
RE: Standard vs Hi Def?

I should have said I have a Standard Def roof mounted self seeking Directtv (sic) Satellite dish. Mounted on my roof. What I would like to know is does the HD self finding seeking satellite dish have a harder time finding the HD signal than SD dish? Hope that clears it up. AFAIK, with Directv you must use a Slimline dish, not an automatic one, to get HD... as you alluded to in your first post.
2oldman 04/26/15 12:19pm Technology Corner
RE: Any reasons NOT to buy a Dish KING Tailgater?

If it doesn't get HD that would kill it for me, but then I don't have a class C.
2oldman 04/26/15 11:47am Class C Motorhomes
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