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RE: cubic mini stove question

Well it's wood fired and you better start early to get supper on time. On a 90F day, your A/C might complain.
Fisherman 09/30/22 12:36pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Jacking/Lifting Trailer for Wheel Bearing/Brake Service?

Just go rent a 10 ton fork lift and be done with it.
Fisherman 09/30/22 12:33pm Travel Trailers
RE: Looking for a Good Men's Hair dressing

Odds & Ends Carpet Warehouse. The less hair there is, less time in the barber chair. The only difference I noticed, I have to wear a hat on the bright sunny days from overheating the computer and something warm in the winter to keep the computer running.
Fisherman 09/25/22 01:13pm Around the Campfire
RE: Just Asking

Not at all, just sold mine. Listed it on a tuesday evening, wednesday (next day) it was going down the road with a new owner. There were 4 others waiting to see it, first come, first served.
Fisherman 09/25/22 08:29am General RVing Issues
RE: Friction hinges, easy way to change?

Careful what you wish for. I installed a pair of the friction hinges after getting smacked in the back and lower legs a few times and don't regret it at all. Maybe a couple drops of low viscosity oil will free them up a bit.
Fisherman 09/19/22 03:51pm Travel Trailers
RE: How many folks just want to gripe about EVs?

The way I look at it, for the moment and near future, EV's may be okay for work commutes and grocery wagons. When it comes to towing, not so good. Who wants to spend hours recharging on holiday time just to get to your destination. The further you get away from highly populated areas, charge stations become like unobtainium, and then only small numbers. When I go into the woods for remote boondocking, it's a complete forgetaboutit. Not happening period. And why should I run a generator for recharging, that's not the idea behind EV's.
Fisherman 09/17/22 06:15pm Around the Campfire
RE: RAM 1500 EcoDiesel Productions Ends in January

They are apparently not good sellers. Otherwise they would find a way to keep them coming. Same as this whole thing about them getting rid of the Challenger and Charger. They're not selling well or they would find a way to keep making them. I'm old enough to remember way back when on RV.net a lot of people said if they would just make a 1/2 ton diesel I would buy it. Well, they made it and I guess a lot of those people were not telling the truth. Or not enough of them anyway. Does Nissan still even make that Cummins thing? That thing cost as much as a 3/4 ton and got the fuel mileage of a 3/4 ton and had a payload of a Dodge Colt. Nope the Titan/Cummins is looong gone.
Fisherman 09/13/22 05:50pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Diesel Ram Owner Forced to Scrap Truck !

They gave him the option of returning it to stock. His own stupidity that he circumvented the system.
Fisherman 09/13/22 05:49pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Storing My Diesel Truck Over Winter Advice

No, leave it closed, dirt and errant bugs and other critters might explore and fall in. No worry.
Fisherman 09/13/22 05:47pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Storing My Diesel Truck Over Winter Advice

Get a battery maintainer and keep it plugged in, all the time. There are parasitic loads that will slowly kill the battery. You only need one, the batteries are wired together. If you can't power them inside the shop, bring them somewhere you can get power to do it. My 2004 went 10 years on the original batteries doing that.
Fisherman 09/11/22 06:38pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Lumbar Epidural Steroid Injection

DW has had the injections and radio ablation that toedtoes described in lumbar area. She had weeks of relief from the injections and months from the ablation. Right now, she's considering a procedure where spacers are glued into affected disc spaces (my interpretation of the procedure). This is minimally invasive and offers immediate relief with little recovery from the procedure and a more permanent solution. Her physician is an anesthesiologist that specializes as a pain doc and done many of these procedures with good record of positive results. Please keep us in the loop, I'm going through the same agony, L1-L5 discs pretty much pooched. North of the border we are still years behind in these types of operations.
Fisherman 09/09/22 10:42am RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: Men - Get your PSA checked!

Agreed, don't hesitate to have it checked.
Fisherman 09/06/22 04:44pm Around the Campfire
RE: Furrion Chill 14.5 & 15.5 unit's both use 15.4 amps?

Furion is not known to have the best quality by any stretch of the imagination.
Fisherman 09/06/22 04:41pm Tech Issues
My Forums

What is the matter with the "My Forums" link left under your user name, 9/10 it doesn't work.
Fisherman 09/05/22 12:05pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: charging an EV at a campground

Part of the issue is that campgrounds were set up for camping and not charging EV's at whatever rate they use. Maybe campgrounds sould charge an extra $50 for that and slowly improve the wiring.
Fisherman 09/04/22 10:39am General RVing Issues
RE: Trailer sway milestone 377mb

Possibly a broken spring on the trailer.
Fisherman 09/03/22 05:48pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Purchasing a Jackery or something similar....need help....

Save your money on any of those "solar generators". Buy some more solar panels and a good inverter for the RV. It will be money well spent, far more convenient than toting something else around, and likely less expensive. There has been a uptick in postings about these overpriced battery packs. What I have noticed is you cannot talk sense into the folks who wish to buy these overpriced batteries. They have already made up their minds to buy them and absolutely nothing posted that tells them to save their money is going to deter them. I am pretty much done trying to persuade them that they are a bad deal and not worth the $1,000 or more for what amounts to be a battery with the same capacity of a garden tractor battery.. Amen on that one brother. Their money and foolishness.
Fisherman 09/01/22 11:45am Tech Issues
RE: Cleaning trailer electric cord contacts

Just be careful with the tiny brushes, if any of the metal bristles break off and lodge between the contacts, you might wonder why fuses are blowing.
Fisherman 08/31/22 07:26pm Towing
RE: How To Clean This

Go to home Depot and get some caulk remover, there's a variety of brands even safe for use on fibreglass.
Fisherman 08/30/22 06:46pm Tech Issues
RE: Unbraked trailer, towing limitations

Marty and to add to the confusion for a dealer to sell a trailer in canada if it has a GVW over 2000lbs then it must be sold with break away trailer brakes. this insures all trailers sold in canada met the most strict of provincial requirments. If you look at the individual provincial requirements, it's still around 3000lbs in some provinces. I just spoke to a trailer shop and when I mentioned BC, his eyes rolled back so far...enough said.
Fisherman 08/30/22 10:54am Tow Vehicles
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