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RE: Stabil or Seafoam for long term gas can storage?

Sea Foam hands dowm.
EV2 11/27/19 12:45pm Tech Issues
RE: Built in vs. Stand-alone GPS?

In dash is nice except for the ripoff prices for updates. My experience with GM products is that they are a year or two behind Garmin on map updates and charge as much annually as the cost of a new Garmin each time and the Garmin has no cost lifetime map updates.
EV2 11/26/19 02:07pm Tech Issues
RE: RVND 7710 GPS No More Maps

Thanks for your post. I am still getting updates regularly on my 12 year old Garmin and will be sure to not purchspase RM.
EV2 11/23/19 10:14pm Technology Corner
RE: Brake fluid change?

And your post caused me to check. GM’s recommendation is no fluid replacement necessary until somewhere after 240,000 miles on my 2029 Chevy 1500 LTZ Z71. Good to know the progress made 10 years in the future!
EV2 10/22/19 11:39pm Tech Issues
RE: Brand New Deep Cycle Batteries Keep Dying Overnight

Considering possibilities, do you have an inverter that is live when house is connected?
EV2 09/25/19 12:55am Class C Motorhomes
RE: fresh water tank overflow syphoning tank dry

It can only siphon to the level of the opening inside of the tank. It sounds as though the tube is no longer at the top of the tank, but is now at the bottom.
EV2 09/05/19 10:22pm Tech Issues
RE: Battery disconnect

EV2 08/31/19 12:08pm Travel Trailers
RE: Winegard Road Trip SDI in motion satellite problems

I have had mine act flakey at times. When it would not lock, I used the menu to watch signal strength and it would find a good signal, but the a few seconds later, it would move and begin the search sounds again. If I was stationary, I could cut the power to the antenna at the switch while it was showing good signal strength (had to be quick) and I had great reception. Of course, it was not functioning as in motion. Later, at another location it worked normallly. I am at a loss to explain and this has happened a couple of times out west.
EV2 08/24/19 09:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Thinking of a Mercedes Class C

Having had both a diesel class C and a gas, I can safely say I got only 25% better mileage on the diesel. I can also tell you that maintenance costs on the diesel were about 400% more than on the gas unit. For example an oil change is more than triple on a diesel. The scary part on the Mercedes is the fuel system where some folks have had problems that the warranty did NOT cover. Oil change is 13 quarts but you should only have to do once a year unless running tons of miles and nothing special you cannot do yourself. Really surprised that you can get over 13 mpg on the gas unit.
EV2 08/13/19 04:34pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: camera

Assuming that you have internet WiFi and a power source available, here is what we use.... Camera It is inexpensive and we power it with our 110 inverter or standard outlet when available and it is setup on our cell data router in our coach. The phone app receives motion alerts when we set them and you can view at any time from your phone app anywhere.
EV2 08/12/19 08:19pm Tech Issues
RE: Is the EV transformation of the market over hyped ?

In 2010 the Nissan Leaf came out with 120 km of range. 9 years later the Nissan Leaf with the same dimensions now has 380 km of range....and it’s cheaper...and faster...and quieter...and much better acceleration. Yep. No improvement at all. Lol. Keep waiting another 10 years.
EV2 08/11/19 11:13am Tow Vehicles
RE: Jay Leno predicts demise of vehicles running on gas.

Already have brownouts on the coasts at times of heavy draw. No new power plants are being built and renewable only provides a part of existing load when wind and solar conditions are right. Nuclear is a solution but is being socially rejected. Now, add several million charging outlets and all goes to hates. Yes, it will work universally eventually, but not in my lifetime, so not too worried about the value of my internal combustion vehicles after I am dead.
EV2 08/10/19 09:21pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Sad state of our National Parks-II

Again, this is not political. . Right! Adios
EV2 07/30/19 06:44pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: AT&T/Direct TV is Now Losing Over 8500 Customers Per Day

Truth in advertising provides that my experience with RV travel streaming is that it should be called “dribbling.”
EV2 07/29/19 04:33am Technology Corner
RE: Fleetwood E2 "Toy Hauler Deck Replacement"

I'd use exterior .40 retention pressure treated plywood and replace it once. And then add a coat of Rhino liner.
EV2 07/20/19 08:44pm Folding Trailers
RE: US 20 From Waterloo IA to Sioux City IA

Modern 4 lane controlled access highway. Good to go. The small towns are now bypassed. 50 year upgrade completed.
EV2 07/01/19 06:55pm Roads and Routes
RE: Feds open 1.4 million acres to hunters and fishermen

One of the primary purposes of many (not all) regulations is to provide an advantage to a large donor to the politician that obtained the advantage for the contributor. The stated purpose is simply the cover story for the corruption. Sad, but true.
EV2 06/18/19 06:57pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: no water pressure thru hot water side

Do you have the water line bypass valve to the water heater closed?
EV2 06/16/19 05:35pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Anyone ever use one of these

Works well, precool small bottles in freezer and you get pretty close to a full refill.
EV2 05/15/19 06:50pm General RVing Issues
RE: I 76 Neb to Denver

Just drove it east bound from Denver to I80 on Monday. I really would not call it wash board as 5ne ride is tolerable, but there is enough surface wear from heavy vehicles that there is a loud oscillation thump in most sections, As was mentioned, the left lane is much better, but they have posted signs on state law requires moving back to right after passing. Although it is not a terrible ride, the sound is very annoying.
EV2 05/09/19 03:32pm Roads and Routes
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