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RE: Nascar Follies

My personal opinion is that winning really is everything to strive for. It's cheating that has ruined society etc.
bucky 10/19/21 03:05am Around the Campfire
RE: This WRONG on so many levels...!

Doesn't the candy corn melt when you cook the brat? Sounds like a filling removal tool to me.
bucky 10/16/21 04:58am Around the Campfire
RE: 2 cycle oil Dodge 5.9 diesel

Yes I do. When tank is low I pour a qt in at the station before fueling. The injectors are still hanging in at 200K plus. This is my third high mileage Cummins with no injector problems. One was ~350K when I sold it.
bucky 10/16/21 04:48am Fifth-Wheels
RE: My wife is gonna kill me, please help

She already knows what you're up to. She's just setting the trap tighter as you go. Have fun.
bucky 10/15/21 04:14am Tech Issues
RE: Time to move on

This forum is dying for multiple reasons but I'll stay as the number of good helpful people far outnumber the jerks. I just skip over their rants, but it's the same 15 or so every time.
bucky 10/14/21 04:30am Around the Campfire
RE: Question about freshwater tank use

It only took once for us to put at least some water in the tank. State park water system ruptured and had to shut down for most of a day. We always carry drinking water in jugs but need tank or city water for showering, bathroom, etc.
bucky 10/14/21 04:16am General RVing Issues
RE: Nascar Follies

Kevin, next time don't be watching the mirror so much. Was Chase going to dump him? We'll never know.
bucky 10/11/21 03:47am Around the Campfire
RE: At least I was honest

One needs to look no further than where these trailers are made....Indiana...the home of the $7.25 minimum wage. There was no need to inject politics into this discussion. Poor quality is endemic to the RV industry, everywhere. I see no politics in this post. The mods must not either or it would be gone.
bucky 10/11/21 03:35am Travel Trailers
RE: Rational Thinking

We might just all be an ant farm. Who knows? I'm enjoying it no matter what it is. A shame it has to end for all of us at random times. I like the members sig about setting the new record each day for most consecutive days alive.
bucky 10/08/21 03:21am Around the Campfire
RE: Nascar Follies

There were a lot of factors involved in calling the race but I was watching and it seemed to me that there was time to dry the track and finish the race. It was only 3 PM and after the 2 hour track drying that left 90 minutes until sundown. I don't have the resources NASCAR does with radar tech but this is the championship round. They should have done every thing they could to finish and not taken the road they did for the publicity.
bucky 10/07/21 04:04am Around the Campfire
RE: Tampa RV Show

You should go, it's the real deal. It's at the Florida State Fairgrounds and huge. Hershey and Tampa always say that they are the largest but they are both right. My opinion tips to Tampa as they have much more inside space, both for units and products.
bucky 10/07/21 03:51am General RVing Issues
RE: A tale of two campgrounds

May your wife rest in peace and your heart heal as best it can.
bucky 10/06/21 04:47am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: High profile tires on off road packages on trailers. hmmm

Lifted trucks involve aftermarket suspension parts not up to OEM specs. Aftermarket wheels are also used frequently with offsets that stress wheel bearings, tie rods, etc. That little trailer mentioned won't know what size tires are involved. Or care. The SUV likely gets terrible MPG already anyway.
bucky 10/04/21 03:19am Travel Trailers
RE: simple laptop solution for RV travel

I use a HP Chrome Book tethered to Verizon. The only thing I wish it had is a lighted keyboard.
bucky 10/03/21 04:09am General RVing Issues
RE: Land border closed to Canada

"I actually sent an E-Mail to Biden reminding him on how we share the longest border in the world and we are the only people that go to the U.S. with money, health insurance and leave when we're supposed to." Well said.
bucky 09/30/21 04:00am Snowbirds
RE: Nascar Follies

All 4 Gibbs cars still in, 3 Penske still in. Freemont Street comment made me chuckle.
bucky 09/28/21 03:42am Around the Campfire
RE: I'm actually in favor of high cancelation fees....

Sadly the people who ran out and bought a $80K truck and a $125K 5er because RVs are "in" but don't know how to turn the water on have the $200 to throw away. Repeatedly.
bucky 09/28/21 03:36am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Pet peeve, neighbors leave porch light on

So "Karen" is the short version of Little Miss Can't Be Wrong? Who knew?
bucky 09/28/21 03:24am General RVing Issues
RE: Fridge project for the fall

Luckily for me we have an island in front of the fridge. I disconnected the propane and all the power thru the lower vent. On a rig where the frig is not in a slide you will only have one vent but the access you need will be inside that. From the inside I removed all the fasteners and tilted the fridge over onto the old coverlet padded island giving me access to the fan. I replaced the single fan with 2 of the same size by rigging a dual harness and using the existing mounting ridge. I got the fans from amazon (Wathai 9225 92mm x 25mm 12V 2Pin Dual Ball Bearing DC Brushless Cooling case Fan (Computers & Accessories) which were the exact same size and you can barely hear them outside. The replacement reason was that the original 6 year old fan still worked but had become very noisy. Without the slide to lean the frig on you can use an old table to slide it out on or get a friend to help you set it on the floor. They are not that heavy but unless you have 6 foot arms it's not a one person job. Reverse the process but make very sure that the propane connection is leak free going back. Keep the frig as upright as you can as you work or don't turn it on afterwards for a day or so if it's an absorption fridge. On edit Make sure you verify fan air flow direction before you button it up.
bucky 09/27/21 05:09am General RVing Issues
RE: Pet peeve, neighbors leave porch light on

How about those 5th wheels with the V shaped LED lights on the nose... very annoying I left a polite note on a windshield a month ago. I honestly think they didn't know how to turn them off. New rig and new truck. I removed them from our 5er when a few burned out. Can't tell that they wherever there.
bucky 09/27/21 04:49am General RVing Issues
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