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RE: Battery Monitor Install

4-in-1 DC Electricity Usage Monitor there is different current ones available to select there Thank you... I've been thinking about installing one of these but I was unsure exactly what to get
path1 09/16/20 11:31am Travel Trailers
RE: Battery Monitor Install

Do you happen to have a link?
path1 09/15/20 04:58pm Travel Trailers
RE: Removing pine pitch

Wait till you get a good freeze this winter and with expired credit card you can just peel it right off, at least that's what I used to do to get it off.
path1 08/27/20 01:58am Travel Trailers
RE: To brighten our day

My last trip to Fred Meyer my go to credit card wouldn't work had to use a alternate card. Lady said the new card readers weren't working right, hence having more than one card always comes in handy.
path1 08/26/20 11:57am RV Lifestyle
RE: 2 dump valves for one tank

What ever works for you. Fyi...I installed a second valve for mine because sometimes depending on where you dump there might not be water to clean out. My pipe has a bit of a belly in it. So when the next time I have to remove termination cap...I have stuff in pipe that doesnt look to pretty. After installing second valve by termination cap solved that messy problem.
path1 08/24/20 01:47am Class C Motorhomes
RE: 2 dump valves for one tank

What ever works for you. Fyi...I installed a second valve for mine because sometimes depending on where you dump there might not be water to clean out. My pipe has a bit of a belly in it. So when the next time I have to remove termination cap...I have stuff in pipe that doesnt look to pretty. After installing second valve by termination cap solved that messy problem.
path1 08/24/20 01:44am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Help ID'ing tub

Yes web site not good. But notice the Corp symbol? That symbol is in my glass, clear or almost white. Also real old post on here that has link to mfg hartland. (found later, edited and added link) https://manuals.heartlandowners.org/manuals/Plumbing/Shower%20Enclosure/SEA%20Neo%20Angle%20Enclosure/SEA%20NEO%20ANGLE%20A025%20Shower%20Door%20Wiper%20Fix.pdf Using the door sweep for above link lead me to a025 shower. And it would be nice to see if there is a way to make tub stronger. If your looking for other shower, we have "Holcom" close by. Unless they've moved very near north end of Boeing field.
path1 08/23/20 10:00pm Travel Trailers
RE: Help ID'ing tub

Ours is 2013 model, looks very similar to your pic. Ours is out of Www.seamerica.com
path1 08/23/20 06:16pm Travel Trailers
RE: Heart attack question

OP here... Thank you very much for the helpful responses.
path1 08/10/20 01:10pm RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
Heart attack question

I’ve never been around anybody that had a heart attack when I physically with them. After 3 different tests Dr says I have blockage in heart but not enough blockages to install stents at present time. But the Dr did send me home with small bottle of nitro pills and instructions what to do. The Dr’s instructions sound real easy but in real life I’m wondering if it’s as easy as Dr says. Question…(This probably varies person to person ) Could a heart attack hurt so much… I could be in so much pain that I forget or maybe physically can’t take the nitro pills. Looking for any info that might help. Thank you
path1 08/10/20 01:53am RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: Lewiston/Clarkston trip ID/WA

Good book store in museum, right where you check in basically Have lots of fun with one of those Harbor Freight paddle Bug Killers things. No see ums are so small that came right in the screen. But might of been mid August when we were there.
path1 06/19/20 09:17am Travel Trailers
RE: Racor/Parker fuel water seprator

https://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/25949423/print/true.cfm Anything that might help in this old post?
path1 05/20/20 08:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Ford E-350 battery questions

Have you checked out if you have something like an IOD fuse, description listed below " ignition Off Draw (IOD) fuse is used to prevent battery discharge during shipping or long-term storage of the vehicle." qq
path1 05/15/20 12:43am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Different tire question ( I think)

If you got a 15 inch tires. First Choice is getting 16 inch LT if they'll fit in your wheel well. Second choice of the top brands (which is only 3 or 4, and this thread names them) Goodyear endurance is for me...not because of price,... try buying some of the other top brands on the road. See how long that takes you stuck behind verns gas station in mayberry usa.
path1 05/04/20 12:05pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Cd's into zip drive so I can play them in new car

OP here. . Yep op has no idea what he's talking about. But all the replays I should be able to get it figured out. :): Thanks to all replied.
path1 04/30/20 04:48pm Technology Corner
Cd's into zip drive so I can play them in new car

How do I get cd's to a zip drive, so I can play them in our newer car that has no CD player.
path1 04/30/20 01:29pm Technology Corner
RE: Differential fluid change

Have you checked out if you need friction modifier stuff? I installed an extra capacity diff cover and used "ultra black" per instructions.
path1 04/28/20 02:44pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Fed Cuts Rates: Will RV Rates Follow?

Just a continuation on the war against savers.
path1 03/03/20 01:43pm General RVing Issues
RE: what glue for rubber to metal

I've used this site couple years now. Drop down menu and fills in blanks. Metal to Rubber For the strongest bond, we recommend: Household Goop Not as strong but good for a large area is: 3M 80 Whenever you are gluing metal it's a good idea to clean it first with steel wool or sandpaper. (Rust never sleeps.) https://www.thistothat.com/
path1 02/25/20 12:59am Tech Issues
RE: 5.4 E350 performance and reliability?

What kind of reliability and fuel mileage does this produce? reliability...great. fuel mileage...not known for good mileage. Same as V-10 IMO. Ours leaves driveway at 12,000 pounds. We use ours all over Pac NW, which has a lot of mountain grades. But for sure not a ball of fire but has never failed us. Depending on the year model (same as any motor) has its problems, but once understood no problems. Oil of 5w20 surprised me at first, thought the 5w20 was a typo at first. The oil change place I use... used a no name brand oil filter. I now bring my own filter. I use motorcraft. Make sure you use an oil filter with "silicone valve" built in. Prevents oil from leaking down. Which means when starting engine you are not doing a "cold start up" when you start it. Lots of info on the Triton motor available, good dependable motors. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_Modular_engine About 110,000 miles now. Fouled injector at 85,000 miles, not sure if bad gas or what? I now carry spare fuel filter and the little disconnect tool set ($15.00) to get filter off and takes about 5 min to change and a spare injector ($70.00) about 30 min to swop out. Also carry spare cop (coil over plug) but never needed one yet. Ford says some fluids are good till 100,000 miles, but I would do fluids sooner. Of course at 12,000 pounds keep up on brake pads. Front brakes real easy, once you do them once. Rear brakes, a pain being there are duels. I have the older 4r100 trans, newer ones better IMO
path1 02/23/20 11:31am Class C Motorhomes
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