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RE: Stabilizer Jacks

I prefer to use blocks (usually a 4 x 6), seem to more stable when not fully extended. :)
tvman44 08/21/14 06:46pm Travel Trailers
RE: Ford Transmission and external magnefine filter

Is that with a 7.3L and if so what year? Keep it. It works great, and then you never need to drop the pan again when you change the fluid. I've been using them for a long time now. I change the fluid about every 100,000 miles by draining 6 qts at a time into bucket using the cooler hose, and topping off. At 387,000 miles its so-far-so-good!
tvman44 08/21/14 06:43pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Will You Attend A College Football Game In 2014?

No. :)
tvman44 08/21/14 04:19pm Around the Campfire
RE: Sink Drain

These are even cheaper at the dollar stores, that is where we get ours. Good idea or.... Home Depot, lots of sizes and diameters. for different sinks (kitchen, bathroom, shower, etc.) http://www.chefscatalog.com/img/products/285x285/20370_285.jpg
tvman44 08/20/14 01:47pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Coolers

Pelican is a little less expensive. :)
tvman44 08/20/14 06:33am General RVing Issues
RE: Back up camera for hitching to my TT ??

I also have the Swift Hitch and really like it, I also use it to back the 5er into the big carport to get as close as possible to the rear wall. :)
tvman44 08/17/14 04:23pm General RVing Issues
RE: Wasp screens for sewer roof vents

Cool, effective, easy & cheap. I like :)
tvman44 08/17/14 04:25am Truck Campers
RE: How to tell if your wheel bearings are bad.

Play it safe and tear it down once, replace all bearings and races and be through with it. :)
tvman44 08/16/14 09:39am Tech Issues
RE: generator

Here comes the red/ blue prejudice.
tvman44 08/16/14 07:21am Tech Issues
RE: HOT WATER TANK CONTROL

I have never had a adjustable. IMHO too hot is better sinc you have to mix in cold water the hot last longer which is a good thing since a 6 to 10 gal tank is so much smaller than a 40 to 50 gal like you probably have at home. :)
tvman44 08/16/14 07:19am Tech Issues
RE: What is this wire?

Sure looks like a thermal fuse. :)
tvman44 08/10/14 05:30pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: CO and LP detector battery drain. Solution?

35 - 40 amps seems awful high for 2 detectors, best to measure for yourself. :)
tvman44 08/10/14 08:23am General RVing Issues
RE: Generator Problems

What size is your generator? What else is running when you try to start the A/C?
tvman44 08/10/14 01:22am Tech Issues
RE: toilet problem

Take the cap off the vent pipe and shove a garden hose or a long stick down the vent pipe to check for blockage. :)
tvman44 08/09/14 07:38am General RVing Issues
RE: Do ducted AC look the same outside?

Mine look the same, rear A/C is ducted and front A/C that was added is non ducted. :)
tvman44 08/09/14 06:42am General RVing Issues
RE: Burning out light bulbs

Voltage. :)
tvman44 08/09/14 06:41am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Wheel slid back a few inches?!

There is a bolt through the spring pack that keeps the axle positioned on the spring pack. You apparently sheared the bolt, I have seen that happen on pickups before, same thing there. Easy job.
tvman44 08/08/14 11:21am Travel Trailers
RE: HELP! - TV Mice/Rats Question

I read somewhere that someone installed white LED lights under the hood of his vehicles and swears it worked no more problems. Would not draw much current from the vehicle battery.
tvman44 08/06/14 03:22pm Beginning RVing
RE: Split battery bank to multiple locations?

That is going to be a rough ride on the back for batteries, acid leaks can be a real mess.
tvman44 08/06/14 08:03am Tech Issues
RE: I killed something

Yep, here too, Yelow Jackets build in the ground. They have about a 1/2" clean hole in the ground and if you are watering the plants they come out in a vengeance, just ask my DW about that. :)
tvman44 08/05/14 08:44am Around the Campfire
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