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RE: Glenwood Canyon I-70 mudslides....!

You may want to skip to 2:30 in the video. Very lumpy mud they have out there, looks like boulders. Thx for the heads up.
agesilaus 08/02/21 09:42am Roads and Routes
RE: Campground Rates

Outside National Parks is always a special case. Major parks anyway. And the east side of GNP is worse than most since most of that land is indian reservation, not even any boondocking.
agesilaus 08/01/21 10:24am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Alternatives for Michelin XPS Ribs?

I'm using Goodrich Commercials LT tires. Work great, have great reviews and are a lot cheaper.
agesilaus 07/31/21 11:08am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Campground Rates

…….. 6 years of RECORD RV sales & NO NEW campgrounds; supply & demand; prices are only gonna go 1 way…. Unfortunately…. Actually that is supposedly not true, it's said that there is a record number of new cg being built countrywide. However you need to look at the area of the country. I doubt the NE and Cali don't have a record number being built because of land prices and outrageous regulations. So yes, lot of folks want the camp but there are minimal cg and the price will go up, simple supply and demand. As Pres Obama said, "elections have consequences" Cg prices run in the $20-40 range for many cg in the SE, Midwest and Rocky Mountains with scatterings of prices about that.
agesilaus 07/31/21 09:26am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 2011 F250 Steering

I just spent over $2K on getting my 2012 F350 4WD 6.7L front end rebuilt, hope that does not happen to you.
agesilaus 07/30/21 09:09pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Dinosaur National Park

Are the McKonkie Ranch and Little Brush creek cave accessible with my Class C? Google them, Echo Park is and I'm fairly sure McKonkie is.
agesilaus 07/30/21 09:00pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Dinosaur National Park

Are ??
agesilaus 07/30/21 08:33pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Dinosaur National Park

1) UT McConkie Ranch Petroglyphs 2) UT Moonshine arch TH 3) Dinosaur Tracks 4) Little Brush Creek Cave And there is a good road that runs, I think, east of DNM, to the river passing an interesting cave and ending on the river with a good walk along the river and some interesting views along it. For what ever reason I don't have it on my list but maybe it's that little brush creek cave. DNP have been re-done and you have to park and take the shuttle now to the field house. There used to be some other roads thru the NM but I don't know what their status is now. Here it is: Echo park whicpering cave ' Oh and Flamming Gorge is great but a ways off of DNM, we boondocked there 4 days last year. Do the geology drive at the south end if you go.
agesilaus 07/30/21 08:20pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: belly liner repair

That 4 inch wide gorilla super strong tape works well.
agesilaus 07/28/21 04:15pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: The big anti virus lie

It's a Google YouTube managed shortcut. If you say so but YT links look like this: https://www.youtube.com/ not that link above
agesilaus 07/28/21 11:23am Technology Corner
RE: Best weatherproof MPPT solar charge controller

If you need weatherproof stick in in one of these boxes cases
agesilaus 07/28/21 09:00am Tech Issues
RE: Strange electrical problem

Do you have fuses in battery location (Mine does) - one of the fuses will be the charging circuit I'll double check that, I haven't seen any. The wiring just goes thru a wall w/o fuses. But there is a space under the camper where they come together, I'll open that up.
agesilaus 07/27/21 02:26pm Tech Issues
Strange electrical problem

OK right now my converter is charging the batteries but when I am off shore power I'm not getting any 12V power. When I am off 120V the 12V bus at the battery end is hot with 12V. After watch a number of YT videos I finally came across one that may point to the problem. Apparenty the charging wiring to the battery is separate from the 12V from the battery and they are found inside the power distribution box. I have a Progressive Dynamics PD50K3Q2GP Panel --30amp panel. My problem is getting that panel box open, it seems as if there are two tiny connectors, one on the left side and one on the bottom but I can'yt tell what will open them: https://i.imgur.com/EBeacFfl.jpg Any suggestions?
agesilaus 07/27/21 01:42pm Tech Issues
RE: The big anti virus lie

I used various commercial AV software for decades, but finally when MS came out with it's latest version and I saw all the positive reviews I just switched to Defender a couple of years ago and have had zero issues. I do practice good av management, never click on unknown links do not open any links in email that you did not expect never click on a link with the .ru suffix and just be generally paranoid, do not respond to suspicious messages from your bank as one example, or Microsoft But I'm happey to save myself $50 or $60/year on AV software. I do have Malwarebytes but not the pay version.
agesilaus 07/27/21 12:54pm Technology Corner
RE: The big anti virus lie

The reason I don't click on random links like this one! Best way to get a Virus. Ditto. And I don't follow mystery links either.
agesilaus 07/27/21 09:49am Technology Corner
RE: boondockerswelcome

I kind of hate to tell you this, but there are a lot of newer people that refer to any kind of dry camping as boondocking. As with so much else these days, the meaning of many words seems to be whatever whoever wants it to mean at that moment. (It seems this can change during the discussion - too.) There is nothing new about this, there have always been folks who call Walmart camping: boondocking. And other who insist that boondocking means camping in the backcountry. Frankly I'm happy to lets the Walmart group alone, there are way too many newbies flooding real boondocking spots. And many of them have no conception of boondocking behavior. They leave trash behind, camp too close to others and generally ruin the camping experience. That is why you find people refusing to disclose their unpublished boondocking spots. Once it's on the internet that spot is ruined. And thus people asking for a boondocking spot near some area get zero responses. I have adopted a policy of give one to get one, you tell me of a good spot and I will reciprocate, off line of course.
agesilaus 07/26/21 12:00pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Exhuast Gas sensor on F350 6.7

OK to wrap this up, after soaking the sensor in half a can of PB Blaster over 3 days with heat ups with a Mapp torch, I gave up. Cut the sensor wiring off and use a 13mm socket on a breaker bar. Took about 1/16th of a turn to break it loose and then it came out with fingers. Stuck the new one in with antiseize. The hardest part was getting the consarned sensor connector off. A curse on Ford for all these wacky connectors. Every item seems to have it's own connector type and all are darned hard to get loose. The old sensor was dripping PB Blaster when I got it out, did no good at all. The first time that I recal the heat plus PB Blaster did not work.
agesilaus 07/24/21 08:33pm Tow Vehicles
RE: I-44 and I-40 Thru Oklahoma

Well we took I40 all the way across and it was terrible in that it has that old concrete pavement and it is thump, thump. THUMP all the way across the state. The OK road builders also do a bad job of matching road surfaces to bridges so you get a really big thump on those.
agesilaus 07/23/21 05:51pm Roads and Routes
RE: need key help

Many RV use the same key for those lockers: CH751. That might be the key you need. If no one else has a suggestion you need to call a locksmith if you cannot geta lock cylinder out to take to one. They can make keys.
agesilaus 07/23/21 05:47pm Tech Issues
RE: America the beautiful

And that plastic wrap not cloth...heh
agesilaus 07/23/21 09:31am General RVing Issues
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