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RE: What do you guys use for a BBQ?

Volcano Grill, and Lodge cast iron griddle for cooking on campfire.
dirtyhandz 09/08/20 05:29am Truck Campers
RE: Cooper tire failure at 65mph - now what?

Am I the only person who runs Firestone Transforce ATII's? I gotta say these have been pretty good tires as far as wear and over all performance I have had on my 2006 Cummins powered, six speed manual, 4x4 dually. I carry a Lance 915 with all the usual gear, generator, water, etc... I also tow a 7x16 cargo trailer with entirely too much stuff in it. Travel highway, a ton of gravel, and muddy rocky forest service roads. I have used most of the other tires everyone is posting about with pretty bad wear and no better "off road" and snow performance than these firestones. The only tire I have ever run that is better is the TOYO M55. Defiantly the best tire ever on my trucks. They are hard to come buy in my part of the country though.
dirtyhandz 08/21/20 08:20am Truck Campers
Honda on propane.

I didn't want to hijack the "Honda in an Onan Compartment" thread so I'm posting a new one. I was just wondering what sort of run times people are seeing from their propane converted 2000's? THANKS!
dirtyhandz 08/04/20 07:37am Truck Campers
RE: Wilderness camping and gun safety

Well since you asked..... As others have said an unloaded gun is a useless gun. My weapons are loaded and ready 24/7. They havnt just up and killed anyone for 50 years. I prefer a revolver and shotgun but I'm old. Revolver's are not very picky when it comes to ammo. If it fits in the cylinder it is a pretty good bet it's gonna go off and keep shooting. Yeah it's only five or six shots usually but again, I'm old. I'm not going looking for a gun fight unloading 15 rounds and reloading shooting at bad guys while doing flips and stuff. I'm pulling my weapon as a last resort and taking out who or what is trying to harm me or my wife. I carry and shoot 357's. Because I can use relatively less expensive 38 ammo or affordable 357 reloads to practice with and then 357 mag hydro shock whatever for defense. A good quality revolver will stand up to lots of shooting and last forever if you take care of it. Proper training is good but if you dont practice and shoot regularly you are at a serious disadvantage especially in a high stress situation. You need drawing, aiming, and firing to feel second nature so to speak. Practice! Oh yeah and pump shotgun with 00 buckshot while in the camper will shut them down at the door pretty effectively.
dirtyhandz 07/15/20 08:26am Truck Campers
RE: Propane Generator to Gas.

Removing 1 of 7.5 gallons propane cylinders make plenty of storage for gas can.... with triple running time. This is the main reason the thought entered my head. I end up carrying my Honda 2000's and a can of gas because the on board eats so much propane and getting tanks filled can be difficult sometimes.
dirtyhandz 07/07/20 06:24am Truck Campers
Propane Generator to Gas.

I was wondering if anyone has converted their onboard propane generac to gasoline. I figured I might use it more if it didn't use all my propane after running for like two hours. Thought it's already in there and I wouldn't have to cary my honda then. THANKS!
dirtyhandz 07/06/20 04:41pm Truck Campers
RE: Do y'all see the IRONY here?

Plus 90% of that car and charging station is made of ABS and other plastics.
dirtyhandz 01/16/20 09:01am Around the Campfire
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