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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
RE: Entry level trailer what qualifies.

I always hear the term "entry level" when folks talk about travel trailer. What makes/qualifies a trailer as entry level? Or is it just matter of brand's or a model within each brand, features or lack there of? The size of your wallet
Varmintmist 06/29/19 04:58am Travel Trailers
RE: Terrible factory splices in brake wiring

Might find a half eaten slice of petrified Shoo Fly Pie dropped in there after Levi's lunch break. No one leaves half a slice of shoo fly pie.
Varmintmist 06/21/19 01:31pm Travel Trailers
RE: Medical marijuana

Tequila!!!!!! Legal in every state.I want a prescription for Talisker.
Varmintmist 06/10/19 09:16am Travel Trailers
RE: Leveling blocks

and 45+- bucks for them offends my Scottish side and I dont see a compelling reason to spend the cash beyond weight.Lol! Scottish background here too. https://i.imgur.com/93sx4t7m.jpg
Varmintmist 06/10/19 09:08am Travel Trailers
RE: Leveling blocks

Classic RVer mentality (for the newbies and experienced): "We just spent $25K on a new RV but $25 for a bag of leveling blocks that will get used on every trip is way too much money. But let's go buy a $20 board and cut it up." The trick is to not buy it twice unless it has served its useful life. I can spend with the best of them, but I hate doing it twice for something that doesnt live up to expectations. I have blocked a lot of different things with wood on construction (low boys), car haulers, and utility trailers and I know it works. Just looking for good reasons to try something different. FYI ordered a set of Camco blocks from Amazon. I think that those supplemented by 2x6x9's and some 4x4x9-12's and other stuff from the barn will probably get me going. Weight and moisture are good arguments for the plastic Lego's since I am going to do my best to keep trailer stuff out of the truck.
Varmintmist 06/10/19 09:03am Travel Trailers
RE: HEY we need a sticky for our TT pics!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks, Great minds think alike. Your sig seems ,,,,,, familiar :)
Varmintmist 06/07/19 04:48am Travel Trailers
Leveling blocks

Ok, newbie question. Since I am a newbie, it only seems right. 2x6 or 2x8? 3 or 4? I had a little time tonight so I did the setup for loading and driveway camping test run. I had 2x4's so she is leveled with those. I think 2x8s would give me a bit more room, and take up a bit more room in storage and I am pretty sure I can hit the 2x6's. Looked at the Lego blocks, and 45+- bucks for them offends my Scottish side and I dont see a compelling reason to spend the cash beyond weight.
Varmintmist 06/06/19 08:30pm Travel Trailers
RE: HEY we need a sticky for our TT pics!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Howdy, I am a brand newbie when it comes to rving. Camping I have done. From car camping to over 100 mi self support kayaking. However, last time I broke out a tent, I decided that I was old. Looked for a while and I think I got a decent deal on a 19 leftover. so here is the home away from home. New 2019 Surveyor, (241rble if interested) https://i.imgur.com/cRZMTnal.jpg The 07 F250 couldnt decide if there was anything there worth noticing or not. Went up a test hill accelerating so not so much. I love the idea that I have read here about camping in the driveway. Since the first time I pull it will be "dry" camp, that is an awesome idea. I like test before you need it. So the mutt and I will probably be sleeping in the front yard next week.
Varmintmist 06/05/19 09:21am Travel Trailers
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