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RE: Tracking US travelers

Yes and there was 3 US cars at Dutch Lake, Clearwater yesterday, 1 Cal,1 Washington, 1 Oregon so that a far stretch from going straight to Alaska and nothing done about it and a very busy swimming lake with likely 500 people there. Our town has been clean so far but that will likely end.
Johnny G1 07/30/20 09:16pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: No trailer brakes

Not all controller's work that way, mine will work standing still or moving, check the brakes with the controller only before I pull away.
Johnny G1 07/29/20 03:28pm Tech Issues
RE: Small Dicor

If the tube is resealed properly it will last a longer than a yr, have a tube that was opened 3yrs ago and still good and runny. I use #10 wire to seal mine. The smooth side wire from solar work.
Johnny G1 07/12/20 04:43pm General RVing Issues
RE: hauling trailer to Alaska

No boondocking any more in Whitehorse @ Wally World.
Johnny G1 06/24/20 12:20pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Length of time diesel fuel stays good in tank

My MH has sat for 3 1/2 yrs now and just fired up last week, still has 70 gallons of fuel since sept 2016, didn't turn over twice and was running like a watch.
Johnny G1 06/20/20 12:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Shark bites for plumbing

Would never use them again, flooded out my mh while winterrising, 2 gallons of antifreeze from one end to the bedroom, many different size's of plumbing in the RV industry, have a friend that had shark bite in a ceiling of his house and the whole ceiling came down, $25000 damage. Lots of fun trying to clean up the mess.
Johnny G1 05/20/20 11:29am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Canada border crossing

Just talked to a lady friend in Whitehorse, and you have to sign your way into the Yukon, not allowed in if you are just visiting but you can go through if you are going to your home in Alaska, everthing like every where else is on a shut down, she has a driving school and it is non essential so no income for now. we had planned to go to her place in June but it is a no go now. Spend most summer's in the Yukon so pretty disappointed.
Johnny G1 04/27/20 10:31pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: C'mon back, honey; Give it some gas!

Gonna be a wet bed to sleep in tonight.
Johnny G1 04/27/20 02:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Canada border crossing

I was told 24 hours from into to out of Canada. I have no idea how that amount of distance can be done in such a short period of time however as long as you don't delay who is going to check? quote, I think it says in and out of Canada does it not??? It did not say anything about transiting through the Yukon or am I not reading Veebyes response right, Thank You.
Johnny G1 04/27/20 12:47pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Canada border crossing

From Blaine Washington to Tok Alaska is 36 hrs or 1854 miles so somebody has their head up their butt, not gonna make that in no 24 hrs.
Johnny G1 04/26/20 10:59pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Newmar 2021 model info (a front end diesel?)

Nothing new, My 98 Newmar Mountain Aire is a front engine puller 215hp Cummins and also rides on air with hydro disc brakes, average fuel consumption has been 12.5mpg since day one and that with towing a VW Jetta. and the other thing is you can sit and talk in comfort all day long, very little engine noise.
Johnny G1 03/31/20 12:26pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: What can I use to get water out of a gas tank

Big Katuna has it right, welded up many tanks that still had gas in them. would just run the vehicle and put an exhaust hose in the tank.
Johnny G1 03/07/20 12:10pm Tech Issues
RE: Solar panels and battery cut off

Battery must not be cut off from solar, its good bye controller if that is the way it is wired, check and be sure solar is wired to controller and direct to battery.
Johnny G1 01/16/20 09:24pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Flipping Axle

The sad part of that statement is that they are allowed to walk among us???
Johnny G1 01/15/20 09:08pm Tech Issues
RE: Very Bad RV Wreck in Oregon

Very sad that they had stopped for the night at a Walmart and were made to leave because no parking allowed. That is why the driver was out there at night and sleepy. Had probably already been driving all day. Had no money for a tow, probably had no money for a campground "if" they could even find one. And this, friends, is the epitome of "living beyond one's means". Who operates an RV without the means to deal with the inevitable unexpected? Decisions have consequences. What a BS statement just maybe that's all the poor bastard had to his name and you figure everybody should have million's to back him up in hard times, not every body is rich like you by the sound of your statement, and we wonder why people are leaving the RV site, give your head a shake or call me on it.
Johnny G1 01/03/20 09:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV Crushes Truck

You have to reverse a bit to take the pressure off the jaws and only then you won't have to fight to unlock it, the hitch was never locked properly in the first place if you look at the white pin when he hooked up the second time and the extra nylon plate was not needed, Trucked for 50 yrs and pulled the odd fw pin in that time and it was the same, you have to take the pressure off to unhook.Lucky that was all the damage, could have lossed it on the street.
Johnny G1 12/19/19 02:02pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Best Fuel Preservative for Pure Gas ???

Yes and I will back that up, Seafoam and end of problems for many yrs now.
Johnny G1 12/17/19 09:45pm Tech Issues
RE: RV Crushes Truck

I like my Reese 17k hitch, when those jaw's are around the pin it ain't coming loose and dropping and have done numerous pulls to check it. How many out there have a Reese.
Johnny G1 12/17/19 09:41pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Solar panels

When you boon dock all winter in Arizona you need lots of solar if you want to live like you do at home, Just my thought's.
Johnny G1 12/14/19 10:25pm Tech Issues
RE: Solar panels

8 T105's and 600 watts of Kyocera panel's, use batteries for everything in the coach and the same for the fw which 2 batteries and 120 watt of solar.Also carry a Honda 3000i for the air.
Johnny G1 12/14/19 09:08pm Tech Issues
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