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RE: Help identifying this tow bar set-up

Really have no idea as I have never seen anything quite like it, but some comments to think about. You are right that some things look like a blue ox. (I have use blue ox for nearly 20 years) The attaching piece looks like a roadmaster part that is on some road master hitches. Wonder if someone combined parts of different tow bars to make it "one of a kind". One thing I do know is I would not use it if I couldn't find out more details. Compared to my current 10,000 lb rated blue ox, this one looks very light weight.
imgoin4it 07/24/16 10:01am Dinghy Towing

Make sure you investigate the cpap completely before you buy into it only works on with a pure sign wave. I was told same for years until I dug a little deeper. Now with the two machines I have had I found that I could operate both of them on a modified sign wave, but on both had to turn the humidifier off. Had to call the company and find someone in the technical or repair side of the business. Tried it with out the first time about a year ago and it works fine. Just had to shut off or disconnect humidifier.
imgoin4it 07/23/16 12:46pm Tech Issues
RE: Unbelievable...

Click on clear choice on the internet. Somewhere you will find a range of costs. When I was brousing around as I recall costs were in the neighborhood of $50,000 to $60,000 for upper and lower and could be more. Guess that's why the advertisement includes a comment about we'll even discuss financing you.
imgoin4it 07/22/16 11:28am Around the Campfire
RE: Probably not worth mentioning...

The land it is on is owned by the Navajo tribe. They charge to go there. Didn't know it was ever a rock with a mark on it. However it is still pretty bare, but it is on a concrete pad,has a US flag in the center area and the four state flags around it in that states "piece of the pie". There is a stage with seating and of course surrounded by many little shops with every kind of imaginable souvenirs available to buy.
imgoin4it 07/22/16 11:03am Around the Campfire
RE: Probably not worth mentioning...

We also have a picture of us standing in the four corners. Almost as interesting to me is the fact that it's not accurately located. With the advent of accurate GPS surveying it is "off". Forgotten how far off, but it ain't the real four corners.
imgoin4it 07/22/16 11:01am Around the Campfire
RE: Mountain driving

Transmission will do most of the work, but if you are going up an incline and it is such the transmission starts "hunting",shifting up then down just manually put it in a lower gear a pick a reasonable speed for the gear and go up the hill. If you have an exhaust break start down the hill at the speed where it will maintain the speed with out increasing or without using the service brakes. You do not want to allow going downhill too fast. With a little experience this will all become second nature.
imgoin4it 07/20/16 09:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Extended Stay campgrounds around Denver

There used to be a RV park at the intersection of I-225 and 6th Avenue which is right in the center of Aurora. It bordered the old fitzsimmon army hospital grounds and is now a medical campus. Don't know if it is still in existence and it was never more than a gravel park with full hook ups. Don't remember the name of the place.
imgoin4it 07/19/16 08:36am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Extended Stay campgrounds around Denver

It is farther than that across metro Denver.I have stayed in Colorado Springs to visit a daughter in southern part of Drnver. Drove about 48 miles to her house. I stayed at Buckley and drove about 20 miles to visit another daughter in denver.Can't help too much if don't have an idea of where one would like to be close to
imgoin4it 07/18/16 04:07pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Extended Stay campgrounds around Denver

Tough to find one. For extended stay might try flying saucer RV park on 285 and Federal. It is an old mobile home park now converted to only RV's. Lots of long term and not the greatest but not bad. Lots of trees and grass.it is in Littleton which is south side of Denver. A very nice mobile home and RV park around the corner from them but they do not allow any dogs. If you are an Elks member, Westminster lodge has a full hook up park.if military, Buckly AFB has nice famcamp.
imgoin4it 07/18/16 03:29pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: What do you leave in RV

We leave everything except; computer equipment, food, cell phones and satallite receiver. I leave a good selection of tools in the motor home which is plugged in at the house so I can get them anytime I need. Some odd things we have and leave in the coach are good clothes and winter coats packed in a small suit case. Needed them one time as we had to park the motor home and fly to a funeral.
imgoin4it 07/18/16 09:05am General RVing Issues
RE: Handy Hints, Gadgets, Products & Gizmos

We use viva brand paper towels. They will not unroll.
imgoin4it 07/15/16 03:11pm General RVing Issues
RE: 2008 Itasca Suncruiser Paint Failing

Many manufacturers had same problem. For sNs had the same problem on our Newmar. About three years ago Newmar had a special price of $1200 to repar/repaint the roof radius. I took Newmar up on the price as best I got from an independent shop was $3000.
imgoin4it 07/13/16 10:40am Class A Motorhomes
RE: diesel fuel nozzle

I use both type of nozzles when filling the motor home. I have seen some truck island pumps labeled with a warning sign that says flow can be up to 60 gals per minute. If you have a 30 gal or less tank, that means you could fill your tank in 30 seconds or less. This is the reason many truck fueling stations have a separate lane and pump for truck and RV'S. Your paying for the product but they have to clean up overfills. Even if I am pumping 70 plus gallons with a large nozzle I go slow because the foaming action filling at a fast rate will cause fuel to spray out as the pump shuts off. I like the smaller / slower fill rates better.
imgoin4it 07/12/16 12:36pm General RVing Issues
RE: Toilet troubles

I have a wire coat hanger that I bent and smoothed the end that I use to make sure the seal is clean.
imgoin4it 07/11/16 07:48pm Tech Issues
RE: Window Seals

If it is the seal I think it is, it just pops out, you can remove it and pop it bsck in leaving the shortage /space at the top of the window.
imgoin4it 07/10/16 05:44pm Tech Issues
RE: Leveling check

I Check the bottom of the refer and one spot on the corner of a counter top is the same. When level there I then stuck two bubble levels near the steering wheel. One on the dash for side to side and one on the wall for front to back. I use this to check parking sites as I pull into them and after I've leveled out.
imgoin4it 07/09/16 09:57am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Outside mirror part needed

Get a large convex mirror from most auto parts stores or Walmart for maybe a better temporary fix. If you cannot find one anywhere else you may have to resort to ordering from mirror manufacturer or Newmar. Newmar will charge two or three times what msnufacturer will but both will be expensive.
imgoin4it 07/06/16 03:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Altitude sickness...

You should see a doctor. You are diagnosing yourself and assuming it is altitude sickness. See a doctor and make sure you know what's going on and then you will be in far better shape to treat whatever it is.
imgoin4it 07/01/16 09:27am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Do fog sprays work

Fog sprays work but kind of need to know how they work. They kill on contact so only the ones who get it on them die. For example any on the underside of a leaf may not come into contact with the spray therefor will continue to live to "bite"again.
imgoin4it 06/29/16 09:28pm Around the Campfire
RE: Pill Bottles

A few of mine are tooth pick holders in the motor home and vehicles.
imgoin4it 06/29/16 09:23pm Around the Campfire
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