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RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

Now you all you need is a place where to store an extra roll of TP and a magazine rack instead of the Sears catalogue. navegator
navegator 01/23/22 11:21am Class A Motorhomes
RE: pocket knife

Dad gave me a small folding pocketknife for my birthday when I turned 6 and had two blades one was 1 1/2" and the other one was 1/2", I found real fast that the small blade inserted in the ignition of my dads 1948 Jeep would start the motor, my brother and I learnet to drive on the front yard that day, still carry one today and have several knives from Sweden "Mora" and one made by the Laps with a raindeer horn with a carving on the handle, still have my little knife. navegator
navegator 01/22/22 08:18pm Around the Campfire
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

We used 2 wood bread boxes turned up/side down in the C, one over the toilet and the other over the head door with laches to keep then closed and door struts to keep them open, wife definitly used them. On the pantry I used the 90 degree metal that is used for the corners in houses with driled holes so that bungee cords can be attached when travelling and one side off when parked for a longer stay, so far they work great, with 3 bungee cords per shelf, also used them for the overhead bins to keep loose items from launchin when the over head bin door is opened up, got tiered off playing catch. navegator
navegator 01/20/22 09:49am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Reducing push/pull from tractor trailers passing

If the RV has the air tabs, what is the effect on a towed vehicle in the generated votex, does the toad swerve constantly or does it track true? Or does the toad venicle need to have the yabs also to mitigate the vortex generated by the RV? navegator
navegator 01/02/22 08:00am Class C Motorhomes
Feliz año nuevo

Felis año nuevo para todos y ahora vienen los reyes magos el 6 de Enero navegator
navegator 01/01/22 08:33am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

Got nyt ore till dej. (Swedish) Happy new year to you to. navegator
navegator 01/01/22 08:30am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Nogales Mariposa Southbound Closed

Vehicle was searched and they found boxes of 9mm and AR-15 ammo in red Honda. navegator
navegator 12/31/21 02:53pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Stability control

Another item that un-stabilizes the RV'S is to much weight in the overhead bins, higher center of gravity over all specially galley items as an example plates made of porcelain, caned goods ETC. rather than using some thing lighter, we started off with plastic dinner ware made by Ingrid LTD. and wife latter bought a set of Corelle and substituted for the plastic. The plastic dinnerware weigh more than the Corelle and all glassware is acrylic, all coking utensils are aluminum made by Tefall they ride under the sink in cloth bags for rattle abatement, the BBQ rides in the toad, and all heavy items ride low this ensures that the center of gravity is as low as possible since a good gust off wind will push the RV and being top heavy will tend to steer to the opposite side of where the wind comes from or the bow wave push is, this motion is amplified even more than when the center of gravity is lower, that leads to stability problems. navegator
navegator 12/29/21 11:05am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Pandemic in Mexico V USA

I live in Ciudad Satelite a suburb of Mexico City and it is rare to see someone without a mask, my little 3 year old grand kid goes to pre kinder and wears a mask while in school and goes shopping with dad to the supermarket and Costco, they only let one person at a time from the family to do the shopping, in 2020 no children were allowed in 2021 yes with masks on otherwise no entrance, I guess that Mexicans take the pandemic more serious than other places. navegator
navegator 12/29/21 09:44am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

And then you need a 1/4 moon cutout on the door to let the eau d toilett aroma permiate trough the RV. P.S. Eau d toilett is a type of perfume French of course. Translates to toilet water, go figure! navegator
navegator 12/28/21 05:31pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Feliz Navidad

Well lets see where I fall! Grandma on moms side Catholic Grandma on dads side Jewish Does that make me a Catish? I celebrate any and all festivals worth celebrating navegator P.S. Señor moisheh-----Shalom
navegator 12/25/21 07:18am RVing in Mexico and South America
Feliz Navidad

Today is Navidad, that is when Mexicans enjoy a late dinner with family and then open the presents, some go to midnight mass and upon returning from church place the baby figure on the nativity scene. Feliz Navidad and yes I am politically incorrect and corrupt. So here it goes MERRY CHRISMASS! or in Swedish JUDD JULE! navegator
navegator 12/24/21 04:31pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: IT'S A GAS!

Let us know how many blue canisters it uses for 2 steaks, I had a Chinese grill once that used 4 canisters and still raw meat, ended using the oxi-acetylene rosette on the on the 2 steaks. navrgator
navegator 12/24/21 04:22pm General RVing Issues
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

I used two bread boxes turned upside down on the tiny head above the door and the loo, with rv overhead springs, wife used them for everything that she needed, finding small spaces in an rv is a chalenge, I found other spaces behind the speakers in the cabin, under the couch, the pilot and copilot seats and the "shower/tub" for that space I had to cut tbe side and instal a door outside, that is where all the potable water conectors, hoses, preshure regulator, etc. recided. As you go along you will come up with more nooks and cranies to use. navegator
navegator 12/21/21 09:15pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

Now all you need is the eau d toiltte! navegator
navegator 12/16/21 10:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

To strengthen the box use triangles on all 8 corners and use the kreg tool, that should strengthen the box so that the paperwork can be accomplished in peace and solitude. navegator
navegator 12/07/21 11:32am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Changes abound

EDMX Estado de Mexico, the state that practically surrounds the DF Distrito Federal otherwise known as CDMX, INE Instituto Nacional Electoral, the CURP that is the equivalent to the Social Security in the US and many more that I have no inkling what they mean, now the US NAVY in San Diego has some un-pronounceable ones specially on the SEAL training base in South Coronado that one is a tongue twister! navegator
navegator 12/02/21 10:49am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Living in Mexico on a tourist Visa. Legal or Illegal?

Looking for visa overstay of Canadians, US citizens, Germans, Dutch, ETC. ETC. that are in Mexico and are not involved in the narco business or other wise is not a priority of the government as much as looking for the Colombians, Russians, Israeli, Cicilani and other mafia characters that do contribute to the illegal activities associated with these characters. So yes they have broken the law of the land, but they actually contribute to the economy since many are retirees from the original country and receive money from the pensions via bank transfers or have businesses that benefit the locals it is not a priority at all, maybe one day it will be in the mean time: Hay que seguir viviendo esta vida loca! navegator
navegator 11/25/21 01:13pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

Remember that some glues brake down with long exposure to water or moisture, that is the difference between regular plywood and marine plywood. If you are thinking of using it for the sink, "do not!" In the long run you will have a real mess, stick to tne epoxy and the fiberglass, that sink will be ausome and a work of aft. navegator
navegator 11/22/21 08:38am Class A Motorhomes
Border is open

O.K. it is now time to stampede South! navegator
navegator 11/10/21 12:40pm RVing in Mexico and South America
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