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RE: Home internet

Is there no terrestrial microwave in your area? Lots of rural areas have that where dsl or cable doesn't exist.What is that?Terrestrial = ground-based. Some internet companies use microwave backbones for internet.
2oldman 02/28/15 10:32am Technology Corner
RE: Tires

Hi all, don't know if this is the place, but will find out.No, this is FORUM technical support. Your post will be moved.
2oldman 02/28/15 10:11am Towing
RE: new full size frigs 120 v

2 hours.
2oldman 02/28/15 10:07am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Sams Club?

why pay $5.00 for a dirt lot with nothing when Walmart offers paved parking, ...Very true. The best thing I would strive to offer is quiet, but, that usually makes a place more off the main road and harder to find. I'd have to cough up some big bucks to put up a sound wall, or find technology to solve that. I'd be wise to put my lots near Walmarts that do not allow O/N.
2oldman 02/28/15 10:00am General RVing Issues
RE: Nitrogen in tires

Been there done that. Nitrogen post Nitrogen II Nitrogen 3 (2010)
2oldman 02/28/15 09:55am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Home internet

We have a cell tower nearby and the Verizon signal is strong. Since we are quite close to an interstate I assume all carriers will be the same. Ideas?I wouldn't assume that at all. Only ATT is likely to be as good as V. Sprint et al, not so much.
2oldman 02/28/15 09:48am Technology Corner
RE: Caulk

posts with proflex in heading therr are many more posts with proflex in the body.
2oldman 02/28/15 09:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Between Solar Controller & Batteries, What?

Just wire.
2oldman 02/27/15 05:19pm Tech Issues
RE: Safe to run 20A through a 15A adapter?

By the way, you sorted that by lowest rating.Yes, that's how it came up. I didn't realize it was sorted. Perhaps HD should speak with their web designer. Good luck with it.
2oldman 02/27/15 05:18pm Beginning RVing
RE: Safe to run 20A through a 15A adapter?

If these reviews are any indication, it may not get the job done for very many camping trips. I haven't looked at the specs closely enough to determine what the actual rating is on each outlet, which in your case is fairly important. And by fairly I mean extremely. I have to be offline for a few hours.. can't wait to read more responses!
2oldman 02/27/15 02:06pm Beginning RVing
RE: Plugged new TT into 220v (wired wrong by electrician) HELP?!

I need to remember to use Smilies when cracking jokes.
2oldman 02/27/15 12:56pm Tech Issues
RE: Safe to run 20A through a 15A adapter?

Yeah it may be an $80 CraigsList special, but I don't want it to grow legs overnight.A 3kw generator for $80? No wonder you want it 75' away!
2oldman 02/27/15 12:54pm Beginning RVing
RE: Safe to run 20A through a 15A adapter?

Was going to extend it to the max length of my cable, 75 feet away, to cut down on noise.You're a trusting soul. My Hondas are chained up or inside at night.What do boondockers do if their wife won't go if they can't run an A/C at night? Leave her at home?I don't know. Hopefully, someone who does this will answer.
2oldman 02/27/15 12:30pm Beginning RVing
RE: Anyone tow a Sienna Van?

These posts have Sienna in them.
2oldman 02/27/15 12:27pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Safe to run 20A through a 15A adapter?

Of course not, but on a windless night, your area will be blanketed in CO. I've known very few boondockers to run a/c on a generator, and nobody who does this at night.
2oldman 02/27/15 12:24pm Beginning RVing
RE: Safe to run 20A through a 15A adapter?

Hmm I'm not comfortable with that (heat)...I don't want fires in my sleep.Oh it'll get warm pretty quickly, you don't wait until melting starts! You plan on running this while sleeping? Not the best idea. Plus you have to worry about CO.
2oldman 02/27/15 12:20pm Beginning RVing
RE: Sams Club?

If I were a younger man with cash to burn I'd open up a 'Swipe-and-Sleep' parking lot. Swipe a valid CC to get in. Fenced with security cameras everywhere (mainly for cheaters). Just a flat, dirt lot. Perhaps add more amenites if business is good. Would you pay $5 for that, or go to Walmart?
2oldman 02/27/15 12:16pm General RVing Issues
RE: Virtual address/ Mail Forwarding in MT....?

You could search this forum for 'oregon'
2oldman 02/27/15 12:05pm Full-time RVing
RE: Newfound Gap Road

Newfound gap posts
2oldman 02/27/15 11:59am Roads and Routes
RE: Safe to run 20A through a 15A adapter?

Can a 20A load be safely run through a 15A adapter?I think you're just going to have to try it and see. And by 'see', I mean making sure the plugs aren't getting hot. It'll be obvious if the generator won't do it. Do you know for sure your air is 20a?
2oldman 02/27/15 11:55am Beginning RVing
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