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RE: Goons

No, Airdog. Was installed on frame under cab. I had a spare because we were planning on going back down to Mazatlan for the winter. That pump was on there for quite awhile and I wasn't sure how long it would last. Some of the earlier Airdogs had problems .Have a tough time getting one in Mexico so I brought along a spare. As you probably know the VP44 is expensive to replace.
puchinno12 11/07/19 08:46am Tow Vehicles
RE: Goons

Diesel Brothers eh? Interesting. All I can say is, I was glad that I chose to go to Tyson for help with my truck. Great guy. Great service. gbop , good advice. I wrote a review for Goons Garage in the RV Service Reviews.
puchinno12 11/06/19 09:55pm Tow Vehicles

Just a heads up if anyone needs work done on your diesel in Mesquite Nevada. I had a fuel lift pump go out on me in Mesquite and I didn't know of any reputable diesel mechanics. I got some referrals from other gas mechanic s and one was..... Goons Garage. The person. that gave the recommendation said , "Don't let the name bother you." How right he was. The young mans name was Tyson and you couldn't meet a nicer guy. He got the pump switched out and even delivered my truck to the rv park. My phone was out of service. Didn't jack up the bill. Very reasonable price. My truck was a 2002 dodge cummins 2500. Hooked up the 5th wheel and carried on home to Canada. Purred like a kitten. Just something to keep in your mind on case of a breakdown in Mesquite. Also left his name and number at the Rv park office in case someone needed help and didn't know of any mechanics.
puchinno12 11/06/19 04:41pm Tow Vehicles
RE: shaw satellite

I'll keep my fingers crossed that your right. We're leaving in a couple weeks, should be down there beginning of November. Can't wait!!! I hope to get Shaw but if not , well , no big deal.
puchinno12 09/22/19 08:21pm Snowbirds
RE: shaw satellite

Joe , I hope your right. If Shaw in Mexico goes off the air, you can have it for free.
puchinno12 09/22/19 08:08pm Snowbirds
RE: shaw satellite

bob frombc, I just told you what my research comes up with. Just google satellite info and you can come to your own conclusion. I guess we'll both find out this winter. Might add that the letter to John Dorsey , Director Telsat from Chantel Beaumier, Director of Space Services on the Government of Canada website includes Section 7... Orbital Debris Mitigation; "The Satellite, at the end of it's life shall be removed from the Geostationary Orbit region in a manner consistent with Recommendation ITU-R-S.1003, Environmental Protection of the Geostationary Satellite Orbit. So I would take that to mean that F1 will be disposed of at the end of it's life. Launched in 2004. designed for 15 years. It is now 2019. So..... if I have to watch the Grey Cup in a Sports bar, so be it. Life is good.
puchinno12 09/22/19 05:48pm Snowbirds
RE: shaw satellite

Basically it all boils down to the 15 year design life of the satellite . It was launched in 2004. When the fuel for the geo-positioning thrusters runs out, they will either use the remaining fuel to push it up further and out of the way or slow it down and let it burn up on reentry. Either way sometime this fall or winter our signal will go pfffft. Gone. As I understand it. It was good while it lasted. Hope I'm wrong but .......
puchinno12 09/22/19 03:05pm Snowbirds
RE: Roof Coating

I applied Dicor CoolCoat on a 30 Ft. 5er. I used 2 gallons. The dicor website recommended double that. That also apples to the activator. I used 1/2 of what was recommended. Hope this helps. Forgot to add...That was for 2 coats., using a medium nap roller.
puchinno12 07/27/19 09:02am General RVing Issues
RE: Can I repack my own wheel bearings?

Roy, check out youtube. Lots of how to videos there. It's actually pretty easy. Just a little messy. have plenty of rags. Also a good time to check your brakes condition .
puchinno12 04/29/19 01:20pm Fifth-Wheels
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