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RE: Just checking in

Fuel prices are not slowing me down. Pi$$ing me off, yes. Slowing me down, no. x2
Latner 07/21/22 01:39pm Toy Haulers
RE: Easy Start By Micro Air

The Micro-Air EasyStart works differently than most "hard start" add-on, which is why it actually works !Just curious what the difference is between the Micro-Air EasyStart and the SoftStart by SoftStartRV. Not interested in brand bashing by any means, but interested. It would seem they both do the same thing. From my understanding, Micro-Air is the OG of soft starts, someone from the company went on their own and started SoftStart. There is a quality difference between the two, spend a little more on the original.
Latner 07/20/22 11:45am Tech Issues
RE: Gray Tank Smell (Seriously annoying)

Make doubly sure the traps under your sinks have enough water in them to form a seal that will not allow sewer gases back into the coach. I had that problem in the past where after traveling for a bit of time or after having just dumped the gray tank waste which might siphon out the trap, I would get a foul odor from the gray water tank. Nowadays, I try to remember to screw down tightly the sink drain plug which prevents the loss of liquid in the trap. X2 I always run water into the traps for this reason.
Latner 07/14/22 02:12pm Tech Issues
RE: Honda EU3200i

Now, if you have a new travel trailer, fifth wheel, or camper that doesn't already have a generator, and no internal bay to mount one, then (IMO) the new Honda 3200i portable would be a good choice. IMO, with 3200 watts (max) power, and rooftop AC, you're ALWAYS going to be chasing power/load management especially if you are running the AC, . . . . even more so at higher altitudes/temperatures. IMO, an EU2200is and a MicroAir EasyStart kit for your rooftop AC essentially gets you the same result - in a smaller, lighter package - for roughly half the cost. You could conceivably go even cheaper with a Chinese generator, but the EU2200is's larger engine gives you some starting surge headroom. X2 This works great for my situation. Sure, you have to manage power use when running the air, but I have the option of adding another 2200 if I feel I need more power and at a lower cost.
Latner 07/03/22 09:12am Tech Issues
RE: Looking for 5 star RV Park

Newer resort I've been boating in this area since '93 and remember when this area was all hill with shacks scattered about, someone had a great vision and lots of $$, but they did a top notch job here.
Latner 07/01/22 11:43am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Replaced WFCO with PD

The PD unit I bought has the pendant where you can choose which mode to put the unit in if you choose, also has an option for lipo if I ever go that route.
Latner 06/05/22 06:58am Tech Issues
RE: conceal carry permit SD

Why carry a weapon that you can only pull after the crime has occurred? Better to stay away from areas you are so afraid of you need a gun to enter. because they can
Latner 05/24/22 12:57pm Full-time RVing
RE: ZEP Floor Wax Update

Is Filon and fiberglass considered the same thing? Can it be used on Filon?
Latner 04/21/22 01:57pm General RVing Issues
RE: What % Of Alcohol Does Your State Have?

E85 gas has been sold for years at U-Gas stations in Florida. I don't use it in our Honda. My understanding is E85 has 51% to 83% ethanol. U-Gas always has plenty of customers, however; the gas cost the same as the 10% ethanol gas stations. I don't see the savings going to 15% ethanol will accomplish.Any initial savings is lost in fuel economy due to lower energy content. Depends on how much less $$ it is to how many mpg's you lose. You could actually save money. For me personally, I won't buy E85 unless it's at least 25% less than E10. Anymore I see E85 for only a few pennies less than E10.
Latner 04/17/22 08:18am General RVing Issues
RE: Books on disk

You may be better off using a public library, and downloading audio books to a computer, laptop, ipad or phone. No CDs, no player. I use an app on my ipad called "overdrive". All you need is a membership to the library and you have free access to hundreds of audio books. And you can join other libraries where you travel to. You do it all on line and don't have to go to the library. Been doing it for years. x2 I use Libby on my phone (android) free downloads from my local library.
Latner 03/06/22 03:10pm Technology Corner
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