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RE: Trailer Directional not working

Bulbs and fuses are the first things to check because they are the most likely to be the problem. Also, they are the easiest thing to check before jumping through hoops chasing wires.
mhardin 10/31/22 11:02am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Auxiliary Tank Combo

Dodge and RAM are two separate brands. CLICKY
mhardin 07/06/22 08:02pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Auxiliary Tank Combo

It may not say Dodge on the side of the truck, but it is purchased at a Dodge dealer. Out of curiosity, does a Mustang have the word Ford on it? https://www.thedrive.com/content/2022/01/Ford-Mustang-HERO-2.jpg?quality=85&auto=webp&optimize=high&quality=70&width=640 Now, maybe we can get back to fuel tanks, something I'm looking to buy, as well.
mhardin 07/06/22 06:13pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Getting propane tanks in and out

The tanks you’d trade at Walmart are they 15’s or 20’s? Interestingly I don’t recall anyone saying they carry extra propane in the truck bed? They are 20# tanks but the companies that fill them put a bit less than a full 20# in them out of "safety" concerns. You get more at a refill place but you pay for the convenience at the swap 'em places.
mhardin 06/29/22 05:55pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Getting propane tanks in and out

Unless you spend your time in RV parks that provide refills on site you have to find a place that refills portable tanks. 20# tanks have the added benefit of being able to trade them in just about anywhere nowadays even though they don't fill them all the way.
mhardin 06/29/22 03:37pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Small residential refrigerator replacement needed!

I always enjoy knowing the outcome of a member's question. Too bad some just don't seem to think about getting back to us. :@
mhardin 06/24/22 08:23pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Small residential refrigerator replacement needed!

Maybe you don't have to buy a new one immediately just because of a broken shelf. You might not have to replace it at all if you can find a wire shelf that fits. I'm thinking of This type of shelf.
mhardin 06/20/22 10:20am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Step to reach hitch pin

I use a folding plastic step LIKE THIS. They come in a number of different brands and costs.
mhardin 03/05/22 07:39am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Norcold Refrigerator

Thanks for the help everyone. All is well now. What was the resolution?
mhardin 02/01/22 01:18pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Norcold Refrigerator

I have the same problem. The door gasket is cracked and not sealing properly causing condensation on the inside top of the fridge. That condensation drips and finds its way out the front of the door and onto the floor. As near as I can find out, the door gasket is not available for purchase - you have to purchase the whole door.
mhardin 01/20/22 05:15pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Dumb mistake

I would never knowingly put contaminated fuel into a truck with a $10,000 engine. If water makes it to the injector pump and it eventually grenades you will be looking at a huge repair bill. Better check the price for those diesel engines. Had a new crate 6.7L engine put in the truck in October 2014. Back then the engine was almost $16,000 and the installation at the Ford dealer was $23,800. Fellow here in the park had his 2015, 6.7L Ford take a dump. A remanufactured engine installed is $15,000. No way would I take a chance on that contaminated fuel unless it was run through a proper oil/water separator. Ken Your are correct. I believe I was thinking of the premium paid for a 6.7 engine over the standard gasser engine.
mhardin 01/17/22 01:10pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Dumb mistake

A few raindrops will settle out and be separated in your water filter. At worst case you will get a 'Water in fuel ' check light. If you do, stop as soon as it is safe, , open the drain on the bottom of the filter and let it drain until the droplets 'sheet off' no longer 'beading off ' as droplets. A few pumps on the primer pump will help. Use of a diesel fuel conditioner like Howes, Sea Foam or Diesel Service will dissipate water , for dissipation, not ridding the water. Even treated dissipated water is harmful to common rail HPS diesel pumps. Avoid the issue, deal with it, do not try to 'treat'' it away. Seems like a lot to go through for $20.00 I quoted wrong post.Message removed......
mhardin 01/17/22 01:07pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Dumb mistake

I would never knowingly put contaminated fuel into a truck with a $10,000 engine. If water makes it to the injector pump and it eventually grenades you will be looking at a huge repair bill.
mhardin 01/16/22 04:06pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Texas Boys! Last Call To Winterize!!!!!!!

Wonder if there's a run on F150 hybrids? It would be a lot cheaper to buy a generator that puts out a lot more power.
mhardin 01/03/22 07:24am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Aluminum Boat above cab and hood

I have one I use to haul a 16' canoe. It works very well, but putting your boat up there would be more than my tired old body would want to attempt. I'll probably quit hauling the canoe before too long as age is catching up with me. There is a company that makes a roof mounting system that mechanically pulls your boat up without all the strain of the goal post system. A google search should find it.
mhardin 12/20/21 07:02pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: For those with no bathroom access during travel mode.

That would be a deal breaker for me.
mhardin 12/09/21 02:04pm Fifth-Wheels
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