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RE: Northern Lite 10-2000 stolen in Seattle

Do I remember right, that WA require TC registration? I think when Police will find it, the owner will not have a choice. That said, never heard about TC stolen in Mexico.
Kayteg1 09/29/20 03:14pm Truck Campers
RE: Fine Tuning the load

,,, With the flip out dually brackets, and being a weldor, I've often wondered if anyone's fab'd up a couple plates to extend the legs out further? As a welder you should also have pretty good imagination how much stress any extension brings. I was thinking about such modification, but then I am also a driver and 1" clearance is good enough, although dropping camper on uneven pads the 1" can vanish very fast.
Kayteg1 09/29/20 02:05pm Truck Campers
RE: Solution to Trash Left Behind!

Moderators are mostly volunteers, who do the job for free. When the position is tempting for higher ego, the administration will force you to enforce their agendas. Making PM they will have to confront their personal opinions with what they are forced to do >>> not easy position. In all the years I frequent forums, only once active member become moderator, only to quit the job 3 days later as his honesty could not put up with the agenda he learned after the fact. It wasn't this forum.
Kayteg1 09/29/20 01:04pm Truck Campers
RE: Solution to Trash Left Behind!

The truth is that you agree to forum rules signing in and now you have to put up with dictatorship. The forum can promote what they want and can delete any recommendations that don't bring profits. we routinely don't read all the rules and that is result.
Kayteg1 09/29/20 10:15am Truck Campers
RE: Opinions on my dilema - newer trucks SRW vs DRW

It is not a law if you can pay extra fee and have it changed?
Kayteg1 09/29/20 09:53am Truck Campers
RE: Where do you put your levels?

Used those levelers for years, but they are clumsy. So when I found level app for my android, the bubble level on it become my favorite. Not all the things in camper are parallel to floor, so good idea to compare calibration the 1st time.
Kayteg1 09/28/20 11:13pm Truck Campers
RE: Ford 7.3 gas burner mpg hauling TC

The old wisdom says that you will not get rich from burning the money.
Kayteg1 09/28/20 04:48pm Truck Campers
RE: Opinions on my dilema - newer trucks SRW vs DRW

In other words, you are wrong again. Let us agree to disagree?
Kayteg1 09/28/20 04:01pm Truck Campers
RE: Are DMVs operating in your area?

New news come every day. DMV charges late fees after grace period.
Kayteg1 09/28/20 02:32pm Truck Campers
RE: Opinions on my dilema - newer trucks SRW vs DRW

The truth is that even the subject is disputed on daily basis, the members get mostly misinformation, like above replies prove (again). It would not be big job to post points how to calculate TC weight on the truck in stickies, but seems honest information is against forum politics.
Kayteg1 09/28/20 02:08pm Truck Campers
RE: Are DMVs operating in your area?

To add salt to the wounds, I have to do some business with CITIBANK. They don't do emails, their chat rooms are offline and phone system is "experiencing technical difficulties" and hangs up on you. Finally found a way to make appointment at branch across the city. ... in over a week.
Kayteg1 09/28/20 01:36pm Truck Campers
RE: Solution to Trash Left Behind!

I guess with forum being very slow lately, moderators have to prove they work in this way, or the other?
Kayteg1 09/28/20 12:16pm Truck Campers
RE: Solution to Trash Left Behind!

If every town/city had a "dump" where you could get rid of things like old tires, i.e. a "convenient place" to dispose of such things, MORE people would use it and LESS people would leave their trash laying along the side of a back road. Sure you'd still have pigs, but not as many. Don't bet on it. Las Vegas has city ordinance to mandate every home owner to have garbage service (that hits owners who keep summer/winter houses here). Additionally to 90 gallons cans for very affordable price, every 2 weeks we have pickup day, where they will collect trash up to 6 ft long, will take king size mattress, long sofa and such. Still every few days we do have pickup load of trash dumped on desert, or on remote street shoulder. The city spend millions of dollars to chain off desert access, yet chains got broken... Can't fight habits learned at home....
Kayteg1 09/28/20 09:19am Truck Campers
RE: Are DMVs operating in your area?

park it for a few months..... Point is that this might be very optimistic :R. The Sprinter van is my project, so I don't need it registered at this point, but waiting a year is not an option. Additional edge is that Mercedes just lost lawsuit for diesel cheating and there might be money coming to MB owners.
Kayteg1 09/27/20 11:39am Truck Campers
RE: Are DMVs operating in your area?

It is private purchase. NV DMV added a lot to online services and put several kiosks around the city, where you can do a lot standard operations. Unfortunately newly purchased, used vehicle registration has to be done in person. The site says I can get 30 days permit without appointment, but then my insurance hesitate to cover vehicle who doesn't have title on my name.
Kayteg1 09/27/20 09:42am Truck Campers
Are DMVs operating in your area?

I bought new vehicle and need to register it in Clark Co. (Las Vegas). The DMV operates by appointments only and has 90 days prebooking limit. At present all 90 days are already booked and even getting on the site early Sunday morning did not find any new slots available. Are we forced to ignore the law?
Kayteg1 09/27/20 09:12am Truck Campers
RE: Fine Tuning the load

1.5" clearance ain't bad. My set has only 1" and the wider end has to come with 0 clearance on side of gate opening. On front I put 2x6 board where the camper front would rest and attached 4x4 blocks with taper who would push the camper into center. That said for 1" difference you can lower the side you want to move into a bit down and with some hand push that should do the trick. That said, I was loading my camper for 2 years using side mirrors, only to discover for season 3 that my 360 cameras have trailer mode, who combines pictures from both side mirrors side by side, so you don't have the parallax error the mirrors have.
Kayteg1 09/26/20 06:54pm Truck Campers
RE: Dometic Compressor Fridge Issue

Thank you for the suggestions. Please keep them coming. If it would help, the fridge is a Dometic CRX 110. https://www.dometic.com/ui/productimages/55/60/dometic_crx0110e_9105306572_45560_11.png?mw=580&mh=580&hash=3568505CDECECF95AB150CA897EBD776 width=600 The picture indicate that you don't have separate freezer compartment, so how did you take your measurements? Empty fridge test is not much of the test. Put come water bottles in both compartments. Also page 6 in manual shows minimum clearances.
Kayteg1 09/26/20 06:45pm Truck Campers
RE: Crack on outer wall of 2014 Lance 992

Give us bigger picture where it is located. Ladder might be coincidence, or last straw, but I bet my lunch it is stress-related crack. You should investigate and reinforce the frame before patching the crack. Just for crack covering - house siding caulk is good. I have good experience with THIS ONE
Kayteg1 09/26/20 05:10pm Truck Campers
RE: Crack on outer wall of 2014 Lance 992

That looks like stress crack, not hit crack?
Kayteg1 09/26/20 11:45am Truck Campers
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