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RE: Drill Bit Guide

$6.95 on Amazon.
jauguston 04/10/14 09:26am General RVing Issues
RE: Lightweight 115vac, 1-2 gal, 100+ PSI air compressor

Pretty hard to beat the small 150 psi one from Sears for $99.00.
jauguston 03/25/14 08:39am Tech Issues
RE: Question about overheating coolant!

230 degrees is not overheated.
jauguston 03/16/14 07:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Deleting a redundant post

I just delete all the text and put in a asterisk as the one character. We as users cannot delete our own posts which I think is dumb.
jauguston 03/14/14 03:43pm Forum Technical Support
RE: looking for our first class a diesel

Your thoughts about Alfas are well placed!
jauguston 03/09/14 12:34pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: looking for our first class a diesel

The #1 item to consider when shopping is what floor plan does your wife like best! Everything else is secondary. It took me three coaches to figure that out (-: Don't worry about what engine it has they will all most likely out live you. We don't full time so I took the W/D it had out and use the space for out printer and storage. I wish I had bought our third coach first. We went from 27'C to 31'no slide DP to what we have now.
jauguston 03/07/14 12:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: toad or no toad

Old Radios, If you don't buy a enclosed trailer for your motorcycles you will have some awfully dirty bikes when you stop. DON'T get covers to try and keep them clean. No matter how you tie the covers down the wind will flap the covers and grind the dirt that gets under them into the paint and ruin the chrome. Been there-done that.
jauguston 03/04/14 03:46pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Honda 2000 generator

Bedlam, If you do a little research you will find the generator watt maximum output is reduced by about 20% when using propane fuel due to its lower energy content. This is the same for any gas engine converted to propane fuel.
jauguston 02/24/14 12:40pm Truck Campers
RE: Honda 2000 generator

Joe, If you want to go to the trouble of doing some plumbing it is possible to put a tee at your propane tank ahead of the pressure regulator to tap high pressure propane before it is regulated down for the rest of your RV needs. Bumpy beat me to it (-:
jauguston 02/23/14 03:51pm Truck Campers
RE: Honda 2000 generator

Joe, If you are using the fact that your RV has a exterior propane connection for a barbecue you will be able to use it for a propane fueled generator sorry but it won't work. That exterior propane connection is regulated low pressure propane. The propane conversions for generators require high pressure propane.
jauguston 02/23/14 03:35pm Truck Campers
RE: Honda 2000 generator

I understand your question is how does propane fuel instead of gas effect the noise level (db). It doesn't. Propane fuel is not as convenient to replenish as gasoline.
jauguston 02/23/14 08:50am Truck Campers
RE: Turbo - finding and changing questions

Guys, He has posted the impeller has been inspected and is chewed up. A new fuel filter is NOT going to fix that (-:
jauguston 01/26/14 03:03pm Tech Issues
RE: Tow vehicle

Dakzuki, They are a great toad. I put a 1.6 TD out of a Jetta in mine. Paid $900.00 for it 8 years ago. Mine is a tintop with factory AC. Fixed it up nice-turned down 10K for it.
jauguston 01/26/14 02:54pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Tow vehicle

Something light weight.
jauguston 01/26/14 09:56am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Towing a vehilcle

I tow a Suzuki Samurai. 4WD 2200# four down to tow with no alterations and fun to drive. Tracker and Sidekick are newer versions.
jauguston 01/26/14 09:53am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Turbo - finding and changing questions

There are lots of made in China turbos available. Do a little Google searching and you will surely find one. You will need the numbers from the plate on the turbo. I have a Chinese turbo on my VW diesel engine in my Samurai toad and it is fine.
jauguston 01/25/14 09:44am Tech Issues
RE: newby to motorhomes

Drive what you are looking at. A big part of the decision will be the floor plan your wife likes. If you don't want to spend the money for a Diesel Pusher don't drive one. That driving experience will ruin you for gas coaches. The better ride and not having a noisy engine along side of you makes a huge difference. Been there - done that (-:
jauguston 01/21/14 09:03am Class A Motorhomes
RE: How long does a Big Buddy Propane Heater last?

Don, If you can get 7 hours out of a Buddy heater on low (4000 btu) tell me the secret. I have used one for 7-8 years and about 5 hours is all I and many others get.
jauguston 01/20/14 05:41pm General RVing Issues
RE: How long does a Big Buddy Propane Heater last?

Franchesca, The Buddy heater has two settings. 4000 and 9000 btu. The Big Buddy has two of the 4000-9000 btu blocks. The Big Buddy uses two settings on one of the blocks just the 9000 btu setting on the second. That gives three settings for the Big Buddy 4000-9000 with the second block not used and 18000 btu with both blocks on the 9000 setting. The Hunter Buddy has a bigger block giving it the 6000-12000 btu settings.
jauguston 01/19/14 07:04pm General RVing Issues
RE: How long does a Big Buddy Propane Heater last?

22, The big advantage of the Buddy heaters for those of us that camp in non-serviced sites is the lack of battery power use. Furnaces will deplete a group 27 battery in one cold night. The furnace fans are power hungry.
jauguston 01/16/14 10:09am General RVing Issues
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