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RE: Is Socializing a Dying Thing in the RV Community?

People are afraid of each other in the current culture. We are taught that using the wrong pronoun is a federal offense. Political views have become catalysts for explosive reactions. It is just not worth it to some to risk having their camping experience ruined by a confrontation. Back in the day, it seems to me, people were more interested in finding common ground. Now so many are "spring-loaded" to the defensive position. JMHO
punomatic 01/01/20 06:30am General RVing Issues
RE: Electrical system kit for a home built trailer

Clicky
punomatic 11/16/19 02:07pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: We're sorry. An error has occurred.

You might try clearing your cache or rebooting your device. Usually works for me.
punomatic 10/02/19 10:49pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Find any place on the planet without an address

Are there trillions of three word combinations? I'll take "You are here." That's what surprised me. Who'd a thunk that you could map little sections of the entire world with only 3 words. But I guess the dictionary is proof. I googled how many words in the Oxford dictionary and they came back with 470,000. Maybe one of our math majors can figure that out for us.So the answer is 470,000 words taken three at a time = 470,000 X 469,999 X 469,998, or roughly 104 billion billion combinations. That ought to cover a measly trillion!
punomatic 09/28/19 07:30am Technology Corner
RE: Battery Draining...

How about taking the battery to a battery shop for a load test. That should help you know whether the battery still has life in it.
punomatic 08/07/19 08:01am Tech Issues
RE: $700 replacement toilet????

Just looked at Amazon. Good RV toilets run $112-$150. Only a very inexperienced technician could take 3 to 4.5 hours ($150 or $100/hr)to install a toilet.
punomatic 05/15/19 07:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone ever use one of these

I think Bobbo has the right answer.
punomatic 05/15/19 07:35pm General RVing Issues
RE: GS Roadside Assistance

Wow! A thread about GSRA where GSRA actually published a plan of action to correct a real problem! It seems to me that they should publish more about how they actually propose to resolve the issues that result in complaints. I have had GSRA for a dozen years and have always had good service, when I needed it. I think it's a shame when complaints on this forum are posted, but we see nothing of the outcome.
punomatic 05/10/19 08:09am Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Low Bridge

Only in Portland.
punomatic 04/29/19 08:31am Truck Campers
RE: Would gas engine opinions change if.....

I think my perception would be better if my V-10 F350 hadn't spit a plug when the engine was wound up to 4,000 RPM. Now, when my engine revs up that much, I begin to panic, even though it is a different truck and engine.
punomatic 04/07/19 07:30pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 1986 holiday rambler. What is this? Onan fuel

https://i.imgur.com/sZq7oecl.jpg Thanks.Looks like a reservoir for hydraulic fluid. Does your rig have a hydraulic leveling system?
punomatic 03/24/19 07:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Analog to Digital Transition FAQ

I have a 2002 Winnebago that had an analog TV, I am getting a new TV. Do I need any accessory to make this work with factory antenna? In the past I used a digital converter. I know that will not be necessary. I just have a concern about antennaIf you have the typical batwing antenna, you should be fine. You might consider adding the Winegard Wingman. It increased the range of my batwing antenna. Happy viewing.
punomatic 03/15/19 08:20pm Technology Corner
RE: Who needs a wrecker?

Now that's what I'm talkin' about.
punomatic 03/05/19 09:19am Tow Vehicles
RE: Stopping interference to backup display

Some LEDs cause interference with radio signals. I spent a lot of time trying to figure out why my garage door remote on the stix and brix wouldn't work at night. Finally realized the problem started when I installed some LED yard lights. Turned off the yard lights and remote works fine. You may be getting RF interference in your backup display. You might try different LED bulbs or go back to incandescents. JMHO.
punomatic 03/02/19 08:05am Dinghy Towing
RE: Texas RV Dealer makes a good move

I applaud Mr. McGhee's efforts to spare his customers the grief of dealing with a new RV that needs rebuilding, but it is a sad state of affairs when a dealer has to set up an inspection center near the manufacturer so that he is not delivering junk to his customers. Shouldn't the manufacturers be doing that????
punomatic 03/01/19 08:12pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Computer shuts off

Might be overheating. Pull the cover off and clean dust from heat sink and fans. Bingo!
punomatic 02/28/19 08:07am Technology Corner
RE: Dr Doug cbd oil verus pain meds

We have new neighbors with an obnoxious large dog that has made our Lulu (doxie mix)into a quivering mass 24/7. We tried CBD oil for treatment of anxiety on the recommendation of a pet supply store owner who seemed to think it was the ultimate thing. After a month we discontinued using it, since it seemed to have no effect, and Lulu hated taking it. I know the OP asked about pain relief, but just my 2 cents worth.
punomatic 02/26/19 04:57pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Another Oldie Not Mine

Reminiscent of the stuff they have in the RV Museum in Amarillo. If you haven't been there, you need to go.
punomatic 02/18/19 07:44pm Travel Trailers
RE: A Big Truck Camper

I wish we could get the Travel Trailers that are built for the Australian market over here in the U.S. They look to be very stout units that are built to take the abuse of the Australian bush. Can you imagine what the shipping costs would be to cross the pond? I got an ARB Bull Bar for the front of my pickup after I hit my 3rd deer at 75 mph causing $13,500 in damage. I paid a pretty premium for that monster that was built in Australia. I KNOW the shipping took up a good portion of it's cost but it is a beast that is second to none. Quality stuff, the Aussies build.I saw some of the Black Series trailers at the recent RV Show in Salem, OR. They are really cool; very stout, well equipped and look like they are made for the outback (read boondocking). That is all reflected in the price, of course.
punomatic 02/18/19 07:36pm Truck Campers
RE: Any experience renting out your motorhome?

Here's another thing to consider. I had a friend who rented out his sailboat. He was audited by the IRS every year he did. If you want to rent it out, I don't think you can do it safely without making it a business venture so you can get proper insurance, etc. If you do that the IRS will hound you. YMMV
punomatic 02/09/19 07:37pm General RVing Issues
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