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awanderlust

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Posted: 01/27/06 11:54am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

FWIW, a list of abbreviations: GEEZ,NOW I KNOW WHAT THEY ARE SAYING! LOL

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A wanderlust: n. A very strong or irresistible impulse to travel. German : wandern, to wander (from Middle High German) + Lust, desire (from Middle High German)


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If you go to the top of the page and click on Faq's and then go down the page to number 21 you will see a high lighted clickable question on this subject. read away.

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Hey guys: It's me Ontario John! Just signed up and have a question. I'm running 2001 chev 1500HD and towing a 25.5 5er. Can anyone give me info regarding the use of nitrogen in the tires on this rig? What are the pros and cons? Any help would be appreciated!

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Welcome to the forum. There is a lot of experience and knowledge here.


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I also posted a link to the acronyms at the top of the FAQ, a while back, after a new member stated that they had to go digging for the link. [emoticon]

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ontario john wrote:

Hey guys: It's me Ontario John! Just signed up and have a question. I'm running 2001 chev 1500HD and towing a 25.5 5er. Can anyone give me info regarding the use of nitrogen in the tires on this rig? What are the pros and cons? Any help would be appreciated!


John,

First of all, welcome to the forums. I'm sure someone here can answer your question.

I don't have the answer you are looking for but I would recommend that you post this question in the Towing forum as a separate topic so the people who do know the answer are more likely to see the question.

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Ok I know it is obvious but I can not figure out what COE stands for.
Like one person said "I live by a COE Lake" I have searched for COE but can not find the meaning..

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COE = Corps of Engineers

Some more:
HTT - Hybrid Travel Trailer
SRW - Single Rear Wheel
DRW - Dual Rear Wheels (or Dually)


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Thanks Liss..
Like I said it was obvious. Just couldn't remember it. I have figured out the most of the others. Some times just the topic being discussed can help.

BC

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OK, WHAT DOES MDT STAND FOR.

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