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RE: Battery question

Also you can try a real charger. Something like a garage will use. Sometimes you need to rock the batteries world.
Varmintmist 06/05/20 12:29pm General RVing Issues
RE: Camco water filter

for about 40 bucks from a big box store, you can get a whole house filter, a hose bib, and a threaded connector for the other side and 2 carbon filters. 14 bucks will get you a 2 pack of good carbon filters from then on out. I mounted the pressure reducer to the hose bib side and connect a potable hose to that output side. I will input with the double female ended 6 foot garden hose I made up. I can add either a longer potable to the output, or a reg garden hose to the input. It is gravity mounted to the ground.
Varmintmist 06/05/20 12:24pm General RVing Issues
RE: Your Favorite Boondocking Pics

https://i.imgur.com/2AfUqPXl.jpg Sitting behind the 600 yard line at a match. First time I went with no generator. My single battery no solar lasted the weekend running the fridge igniting the HW tank, running lights the radio for a bit. It was pretty much done Sun afternoon as the slide came in a bit slowly. Normally when I go it is to hot to be without AC after being out all day. If I was going to do that, I would have stayed in the tent. Grilled kilbasa, mixed veggies, and Dollar gen instant potatoes, that are surprisingly OK on one of my theft proof Camping world tables. Theft proof because they are about as ugly a color as possible, but they were on sale.
Varmintmist 06/05/20 12:14pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: first time sanitize fresh water tanks

When I was a kid, I had the first drink of water after my dad had earlier sanitized the tank in our TC. I vomited quite a bit that first morning of our trip until my own personal sanitation was complete. I've never forgotten that and never sanitized the fresh tanks in any of our RVs. If the water has sat too long, I drain it and refill it. 100% vomit free. Your Dad should have drain and flushed the tank before you took your first drink. :BOr maybe that is how he found out that he needed to flush the tanks :) I did it in the spring, and will again. Fill with a cup of chlorine in it, let it sit for a day or two, drain and refill. If there is a little chlorine taste left, it is still better than city water. Might do it this weekend. As a thought... Does anyone who rv's mostly without hookups ever just refill the tank at the end of the trip, add chlorine and let it sit until the next time you run the trailer?
Varmintmist 06/05/20 11:24am Travel Trailers
RE: Stolen TT

Not mine, not even my dealer. Just passing the info.
Varmintmist 06/05/20 11:15am Travel Trailers
Stolen TT

Just in case you run across a Flagstaff for a to good price in or near PA... https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=3060118320692569&set=a.1341143882590030
Varmintmist 06/05/20 10:08am Travel Trailers
RE: Seeking expert opinion: thinning vs prescribed burns

Stihl vs Husqvarna vs Echo vs Dolmar and GO! Husky
Varmintmist 10/16/19 10:38am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Difficulty getting the tow ball to release from hitch

About 60 years ago I discovered some magic stuff that greatly reduces the binding on metal to metal contacts of all kinds. That would be the first thing I would try. Always grease your balls.
Varmintmist 08/20/19 02:02pm Travel Trailers
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