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RE: Queston on towing Smart Car

The '09 models only came with 1 transmission, the '14-up had 2 different transmissions. 1 transmission was towable, 1 wasn't. The untowable model would be destroyed in under 10 miles, so I'd say you're gold.
Darryl&Rita 09/21/22 05:16pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Our most used adapters when towing with an Electric Vehicle.

Thanks for the post. Helps everyone that reads it, whether they admit it, or not.
Darryl&Rita 08/06/22 01:11pm General RVing Issues
RE: Harbor Freight Predator 3500

Stay on top of the service intervals. We've rescued a couple poorly running gens with a good cleaning of the crankcase and carb. They're really good, never mind the price difference between them and the blue blood units.
Darryl&Rita 06/16/22 07:28pm Tech Issues
RE: Soft-sided, collapsable totes?

Reusable shopping bags. Almost square, but flexible enough to pass through the door opening.
Darryl&Rita 04/25/22 08:37am General RVing Issues
RE: How to find diesel prices?

Scroll further. Diesel is at the lower end of the list of choices.
Darryl&Rita 04/10/22 09:18pm General RVing Issues
RE: Trip Report: 9 weeks of aimless wandering

Nice long trip. Serious question to everyone: I debate myself on the longer TR's. Prefer more detail broken into sections? less chat, or more stories? Putting a few days or couple of weeks together is pretty straightforward, but wandering trips are a different breed for me. Curious, and thanks for reading. Personally, we enjoy the longer trip reports. More pics, the better. The commentary is always welcome, as it helps tie a trip together. Almost gives us a connection to the trip.
Darryl&Rita 03/21/22 05:44am Truck Campers
RE: Road to Tuktoyaktuk, YT

It doesn't close, except short term, due to weather, so I'm not sure what you're asking.
Darryl&Rita 02/19/22 09:17pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Comfort Ride Slipper Spring system w/shocks

Slipper spring setups used to be more common, especially on lighter trailers, but went away when the centre equalizer system came on the scene. There's no problem with unlevel, or stiffness, as suggested above. The main issue in their demise was wear in a non-replaceable area, mainly the pad welded to the frame. Shackles and bolts became wear points, but are easy to swap out.
Darryl&Rita 11/23/21 08:01am Tech Issues
RE: My TT ain't so great for winter camping....

Checked into the Westerner for an overnight. We often use their services on our biannual snowbird migration so we can visit the middle kid and his family. Weather is looking to cooperate for a few more nights. Soon we'll be looking for AC, not heat. Agree with the Citation/Corsair recommendation. They're heavy, but worth it.
Darryl&Rita 11/10/21 05:07pm General RVing Issues
RE: Chains in BC

You only have to have chains available to you, not use them. Buy the cheapest, lightest set you can find, then pay attention to the forecast. AutoSocks are also acceptable, if you want to push your luck a bit.
Darryl&Rita 10/05/21 08:43pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
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