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RE: Field tricks to remove inside dually wheel?

Wow Bedlam, my truck has never seen winter salt and never will, but the next time I have a chance I am going to pull the duals and put never seize on the hubs.
Geo*Boy 07/02/22 08:33am Tow Vehicles
RE: New shocks?

Bilstein 4600’s work great, out of the box. No climbing under your truck and turning a knob to try to tune for the conditions. Conditions constantly change. Buy Bilstein’s.
Geo*Boy 06/25/22 02:14pm Truck Campers
RE: New shocks?

Bilstein 4600’s
Geo*Boy 06/24/22 09:44pm Truck Campers
RE: First big trip - Newbie questions

Start at the closest faucet and go from there. If you have low point drains, start there. You also can prime the pump with some water assuming you have access to it. Definitely start with the low point drains.
Geo*Boy 06/22/22 07:02am Truck Campers
RE: First big trip - Newbie questions

Usually carry 20 gallons of fresh and charge the black tank with a few gallons of water and a deodorant packet.
Geo*Boy 06/20/22 06:21pm Truck Campers
RE: New River Gorge NP

We were in the area last year. The new NP is amazing. We did the drive down to the old bridge that was used to cross the gorge. We stayed in Summersville at Mountain Lake Canpground. While decent, there are definitely better in the area! Kevin, I took that same drive with my AF 990 TC, it was tight in places;), we also did the bridge walk and it was wow!
Geo*Boy 06/10/22 06:56pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
New River Gorge NP

We are just finishing up a visit to the newest national park, in West Virginia, and it is interesting. The small town of Fayetteville is charming with some nice eateries. There are several outfitters in the area, for whitewater and hiking/climbing. We found a great campground, Rifrafter’s in Fayetteville, that is small, clean, quiet, affordable and can accommodate anything from a tent to class A motor home.
Geo*Boy 06/09/22 05:20pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Tesla Cybertruck Camper - 24K pricetag

Buy a deluxe tent and accessories and you will be happier with the space and $$$$$’s ahead.
Geo*Boy 06/07/22 04:23pm Truck Campers
RE: A Little Help With Weights

Once you put batteries, propane, all your household goods for cooking and eating/drinking, clothes, basic supplies, you will be well over your trucks payload.
Geo*Boy 06/06/22 06:40pm Truck Campers
RE: camping on TN public lands illegal and a felony???

We can thank the government for a lot of this homelessness, close the facilities and gave everyone a pill.
Geo*Boy 05/24/22 07:00pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Travel Trailer Towing Recommendations

Curious, what percentage of the time do people need to use 4wd in the winter to get around on the roads? How well would someone from WA know the winter road conditions (ability of WI Dot to plow) in WI or any where in the Great Lakes region? I drove a 3/4 ton company van back in the 90’s, through upstate NYS winters and never had a problem.
Geo*Boy 05/24/22 06:54pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Nascar Follies

Why not just go back to what has worked since the start of NASCAR, 5 lug nuts?
Geo*Boy 05/20/22 07:27pm Around the Campfire
RE: Propane question for a trip around the world

Why not just rent an RV on the continent your visiting and skip the hassle?
Geo*Boy 05/20/22 07:18pm Truck Campers
RE: Twisted Truck? UPDATE-Fixed!

Is the driver side rear wheels up on blocks or just the front wheel?
Geo*Boy 05/20/22 07:15pm Truck Campers
RE: Travel Trailer Towing Recommendations

I think the OP has left the building. He didn’t get the answer he wanted.
Geo*Boy 05/19/22 06:54am Tow Vehicles
RE: Travel Trailer Towing Recommendations

Just priced out a 2022 Chevrolet Express 3500, 12 passenger van loaded ready to go, $47,000.00. Not a bad price compared to a Suburban, Expedition, or Jeep Grand Wagoner. That will tow that TT and all the grandkids without a doubt.
Geo*Boy 05/17/22 06:59am Tow Vehicles

Antivaxxers claim "Covid shots are not vaccines". Why are they against something that in their mind is not a vaccine?:h Just because someone doesn’t feel that the COVID-19 shots aren’t a vaccine, because usually a vaccine is one series and done, doesn’t mean that they against or not participating in the shots. I believe in the shots and have had all of the available shots for COVID-19.
Geo*Boy 05/14/22 06:21am Around the Campfire

There is no 'perfect' vaccine available anywhere. The problem with the death rate in the US, IMO, is the large number of people refusing to get vaccinated. Very true. People have gotten vaccinated for different diseases for years. This is the only disease in history and the vaccine for it that have become a political issue. Not really, polio was discovered in 1916, the first vaccine was in 1955 and there was problems with it, it actually caused polio in some people, it was perfected in 1960 and the last reported case of polio in the US was in 1979. The shots for COVID-19 are not a vaccine, they are similar to a flu shot.
Geo*Boy 05/12/22 07:49am Around the Campfire
RE: To slide or not to slide. That is the question.

https://www.corvetteforum.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Cutest-Beating-Dead-Horse-GIF.gif Yeah, really.:h
Geo*Boy 05/11/22 07:03am Truck Campers
RE: Truck Bed Crown

This has been brought up a couple times before. Newer GM truck? Folks have "shimmed" the front and rear with thinner plywood under a bed mat. I haven't had every model of GM, but 2 different 2016s, a 1500 and 2500, bed was flat as well as my 2020 1500. Maybe this is only a thing on long beds? Mine have all been shortbeds. Shimming the back with additional pieces of bed mat is what I had in mind but just wanted to hear others ideas. If you put a straightedge flat on the front and middle of the bed there is a 3/8” to 1/2” gap at the back. This is what I did to my 2015 GMC 3500 dually, I placed a 1/2” thick rubber mat across the rear of my truck bed. I believe it was about 20” wide, it got rid of the rocking/movement. If you don’t do the shim the bed sheet metal will crack from the flexing.
Geo*Boy 05/01/22 03:58pm Truck Campers
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