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RE: FOB keys and theft

Or they can clone your FOB signal and duplicate it. Yes, keys are much safer because it is much more difficult to duplicate a key than it is to clone an FOB. ;)
Seattle Steve 02/10/21 06:13pm Tech Issues
RE: Walmart countertop ice maker for $56 pickup

what kind of a person will say no to an ice maker that is made by such reputed brands as Hamilton Beach. https://www.mysmartchoice.org/best-countertop-ice-maker/ Counter-top ice makers are the best alternatives when you are in constant need of ice and an in-freezer ice maker is not capable to produce enough ice for your needs. to keep up with the ice demands one needs to look into the ice maker that could satisfy all the possible wants. many leading brands like Vremi, Euhomy, GE, Igloo, and more step forward to suffice the user needs on having the best countertop ice maker. if you are in short of options and couldn't able to come to a conclusion verify various online sites and read their honest reviews and opinions. What possible good did it do to reopen a 3 year old post for an item that went off sale over 3 years ago?
Seattle Steve 02/05/21 10:52am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 10" hitch riser

A 10" riser might work. but I would worry about it amplifying the vibrations. I went with a 1-Up-USA rack for my ebike which works great. One of the reasons I went with it over the Kuat (other than I thought it was far superior) was the ability to add a lighted license plate holder. Look under accessories to see what it looks like. Perhaps you can engineer something similar for your rack.
Seattle Steve 01/26/21 03:53pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Spare on Class C

I'm in the "I don't care about the spare" category. The last flat I had was as a teenager in 1972 on a motorcycle I bought from a friend for $100. But I do always replace my tires early and check the pressure and tire wear regularly. If you're talking about the motorhome in your signature, the F-450 is very common and, should you need a replacement tire, will be easy to find. If you buy and carry a spare you have to remember to replace it every 7 years. If you're constantly replacing unused tires because of their age, that's wasted money. If I happen to need a tire on the road, even if they charge me double the going rate, I'm still way ahead on money. So, no spare (or roadside assistance plan, or extended warranty) for me. I self-insure on everything, and over the years I am way ahead financially. On the rare occasion I need something, I rely on a credit card and the promise of a really good tip to the person taking care of me.
Seattle Steve 01/26/21 01:18pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: seattle rv parks

I lived in the Seattle area for 34 years, 24 of which were in Bothell. I concur with Scott that Lake Pleasant is by far the best, and is always my top choice. (It's also only a half mile from my son's house.) If I couldn't get in, my second choice would be Issaquah Village RV Park. It's close to I-90 so you will hear traffic, but it's also on a major bike path if that's your thing.
Seattle Steve 01/04/21 05:17pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: living full time internet needs

I'm not trying to be rude, but with about ten thousand other people besides you deciding to do the same thing this year, I think we're all getting tired of seeing this exact same question. Please do a search. You will find lots of threads discussing the same thing.
Seattle Steve 11/12/20 02:18pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Propane Coffee Pot

We don't drink coffee, but bought a small pour-over drip coffee pot for guests. (Search Amazon for Melitta 36 oz. Pour Over Coffee Brewer with Glass Carafe.) Very small, and you boil the water in whatever you already have, so very little additional to take along.
Seattle Steve 10/18/20 05:29pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: RV dump station Fee - pay if only getting fresh water ?

There are many places in the Southwest where water is scarce and very expensive. It would not be inappropriate for the business owner to charge for water. But, any way you look at it, the business owner gets to decide how he runs his business.
Seattle Steve 10/18/20 11:42am Beginning RVing
RE: Junk Food Breakfast Cereals

Cheerios and chocolate milk is my indulgence, but only about once every other month. The problem with cheerios is it's loaded with sodium--my mouth feels salty all day. I plan my meals so the rest of the day is sodium-free.
Seattle Steve 10/16/20 04:46pm Around the Campfire
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