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Posted: 07/18/20 06:38pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Dtank wrote:

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It's a completely different thread without all the garbage from the Cummins sisters. My word.


You delete info that is pertinent to all - regardless of what Mr. Cummins posts.

Total BS when you delete good info - for no apparent reason (except your own prejudices).

AMF !


Yes. You're right.

Try not to quote the trolls or respond to them directly, because I delete all responses to the troll posts.

Any time Cummins A and Cummins B get into it, I delete their nonsense and all the posts that reference them.

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Thank You Mr. Moderator. I have read many posts where people go off the rails. I appreciate your effort to keep things moving in a positive direction.


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Cummins12V98 wrote:

Maybe YOU can PLEASE give me an example of what "I" posted that deserves to be deleted. PLEASE be factual and specific.


Cummins12V98 - You have asked me many times to tell you exactly what it is about your posts that causes me to delete them and I have always refused (and still do).

We're all adults and none of us should need to be taught how to function with others. My assumption is that you've probably had a few jobs in your lifetime, and that you live somewhere with neighbors and maybe a wife and go to the grocery store and watch TV and get all the same cues from society that the rest of us get. So if all of those normal influences haven't rubbed off on you yet, then far be it from me to try to coach you up. I'll spend my time on other pursuits.

If you're looking for hints though, you might consider the reactions you get from other members. When you get a bunch of negative responses and they're all quoting you, then stop and ask yourself if there was a problem either with your message or with the way you stated it.

Or maybe you're right and the rest of the world is insane. That's always a possibility. Probably not though.

And to address some of the complaints about my heavy handed response to Cummins12V98's posts...

Let's stop and be real for a moment: Honestly. This wasn't even that amazing of a thread. It was all kind of a lark from the beginning, so let's please see if we can't move along and not turn this thread into a crusade.

As for Cummins12V98 though, we've been through this in the past before and I've told him I'll delete every one of his posts until he can return with proper manners. It's worked in the past, but only for six or so weeks at a time. That's enough to tell me though that he knows right from wrong.

And cummins2014, you seem like a pretty good guy until you take the bait and go after Cummins12V98. Once this happens, you pretty much lose your mind. I wish you'd find some peace and just let him go. Seriously, it's creepy the way you go after him. There's no other word for it than "stalking". You'd be a lot happier if you just let him go. Peace.

Apologies to everyone else for the drama. I don't typically air out the laundry like this, but it seemed like time to finally respond.


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Back to the tires now that we can have a civil conversation. Some question's for the OP, did your trailer stay outdoors? direct sun? tire covers? I am asking because I hear about these tires aging out but mine stays indoors climate controlled year round except when we are camping and they are covered then. They are Goodyear 614's put on at the factory with about 11k miles and are expensive to replace so I don't want to change them with out a reason. I just put Sailuns on my truck so if they hold up I will go with them on the camper at some point. Sounds like you either treated yours right or were just lucky.


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Posted: 07/22/20 10:14am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

dedmiston wrote:

Cummins12V98 wrote:

Maybe YOU can PLEASE give me an example of what "I" posted that deserves to be deleted. PLEASE be factual and specific.


Cummins12V98 - You have asked me many times to tell you exactly what it is about your posts that causes me to delete them and I have always refused (and still do).

We're all adults and none of us should need to be taught how to function with others. My assumption is that you've probably had a few jobs in your lifetime, and that you live somewhere with neighbors and maybe a wife and go to the grocery store and watch TV and get all the same cues from society that the rest of us get. So if all of those normal influences haven't rubbed off on you yet, then far be it from me to try to coach you up. I'll spend my time on other pursuits.

If you're looking for hints though, you might consider the reactions you get from other members. When you get a bunch of negative responses and they're all quoting you, then stop and ask yourself if there was a problem either with your message or with the way you stated it.

Or maybe you're right and the rest of the world is insane. That's always a possibility. Probably not though.

And to address some of the complaints about my heavy handed response to Cummins12V98's posts...

Let's stop and be real for a moment: Honestly. This wasn't even that amazing of a thread. It was all kind of a lark from the beginning, so let's please see if we can't move along and not turn this thread into a crusade.

As for Cummins12V98 though, we've been through this in the past before and I've told him I'll delete every one of his posts until he can return with proper manners. It's worked in the past, but only for six or so weeks at a time. That's enough to tell me though that he knows right from wrong.

And cummins2014, you seem like a pretty good guy until you take the bait and go after Cummins12V98. Once this happens, you pretty much lose your mind. I wish you'd find some peace and just let him go. Seriously, it's creepy the way you go after him. There's no other word for it than "stalking". You'd be a lot happier if you just let him go. Peace.

Apologies to everyone else for the drama. I don't typically air out the laundry like this, but it seemed like time to finally respond.



Yes I take the bait, yes I'm done. Not sure stalking or creepy is a fair statement , I don't go looking for his posts, I get on the forum ,and read like anyone else. I understand it does take two to tangle. I just disagree, and it goes from there.

I too apologize for the drama ,and I'm finished with responding to him. Thanks for pointing things out.

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Posted: 07/22/20 10:27am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Arcamper wrote:

Back to the tires now that we can have a civil conversation. Some question's for the OP, did your trailer stay outdoors? direct sun? tire covers? I am asking because I hear about these tires aging out but mine stays indoors climate controlled year round except when we are camping and they are covered then. They are Goodyear 614's put on at the factory with about 11k miles and are expensive to replace so I don't want to change them with out a reason. I just put Sailuns on my truck so if they hold up I will go with them on the camper at some point. Sounds like you either treated yours right or were just lucky.



I too ran G614's , and went to Sailun. I'm responding to your post because you mentioned thinking of going next to Sailun on your camper.

I am curious about what you think of the Sailun Terramax truck tires, had a friend that ran them ,and thought they were a good tire. Thinking seriously about going to them on my next set of tires on my truck . IMO the Sailuns are as good as you can get for a fifth wheel tire.

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Arcamper wrote:

Back to the tires now that we can have a civil conversation. Some question's for the OP, did your trailer stay outdoors? direct sun? tire covers? I am asking because I hear about these tires aging out but mine stays indoors climate controlled year round except when we are camping and they are covered then. They are Goodyear 614's put on at the factory with about 11k miles and are expensive to replace so I don't want to change them with out a reason. I just put Sailuns on my truck so if they hold up I will go with them on the camper at some point. Sounds like you either treated yours right or were just lucky.


I don't know. Maybe I was just lucky.

The camper does stay inside all of the time except when I am camping with it. It set in a unheated shed on a dirt floor. I am just a weekend camper that stays within 100 miles of my home. I go out almost every weekend in the summer but, I think I'm only adding about 1000- 1500 miles a year to the camper tires. My Travel Trailer is 20 foot long and only weighs 4580 pounds loaded. The old tires that I had on there were not near their maximum weight. They were rated for a heavier trailer then what my camper is.

I think that makes a difference.

Now, on the other hand my boat tires are overloaded. You can tell by looking at them. It too sets inside on a dirt floor and I never take it more then a few miles from home. But, I had a blow out after a few years.

* This post was edited 07/22/20 06:44pm by CavemanCharlie *

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cummins2014 wrote:

Arcamper wrote:

Back to the tires now that we can have a civil conversation. Some question's for the OP, did your trailer stay outdoors? direct sun? tire covers? I am asking because I hear about these tires aging out but mine stays indoors climate controlled year round except when we are camping and they are covered then. They are Goodyear 614's put on at the factory with about 11k miles and are expensive to replace so I don't want to change them with out a reason. I just put Sailuns on my truck so if they hold up I will go with them on the camper at some point. Sounds like you either treated yours right or were just lucky.



I too ran G614's , and went to Sailun. I'm responding to your post because you mentioned thinking of going next to Sailun on your camper.

I am curious about what you think of the Sailun Terramax truck tires, had a friend that ran them ,and thought they were a good tire. Thinking seriously about going to them on my next set of tires on my truck . IMO the Sailuns are as good as you can get for a fifth wheel tire.


I am also interested in feedback on the Sailun Terramax truck tires! I've been looking pretty hard at them.


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dedmiston wrote:

Cummins12V98 wrote:

Maybe YOU can PLEASE give me an example of what "I" posted that deserves to be deleted. PLEASE be factual and specific.


Cummins12V98 - You have asked me many times to tell you exactly what it is about your posts that causes me to delete them and I have always refused (and still do).

We're all adults and none of us should need to be taught how to function with others.

.............

Let's stop and be real for a moment: Honestly. This wasn't even that amazing of a thread. It was all kind of a lark from the beginning, so let's please see if we can't move along and not turn this thread into a crusade.

........

Apologies to everyone else for the drama. I don't typically air out the laundry like this, but it seemed like time to finally respond.


SIC....

THIS... is there an Emmy Award category for moderating of public forums?

Kudos to you sir.

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blofgren wrote:

cummins2014 wrote:

Arcamper wrote:

Back to the tires now that we can have a civil conversation. Some question's for the OP, did your trailer stay outdoors? direct sun? tire covers? I am asking because I hear about these tires aging out but mine stays indoors climate controlled year round except when we are camping and they are covered then. They are Goodyear 614's put on at the factory with about 11k miles and are expensive to replace so I don't want to change them with out a reason. I just put Sailuns on my truck so if they hold up I will go with them on the camper at some point. Sounds like you either treated yours right or were just lucky.



I too ran G614's , and went to Sailun. I'm responding to your post because you mentioned thinking of going next to Sailun on your camper.

I am curious about what you think of the Sailun Terramax truck tires, had a friend that ran them ,and thought they were a good tire. Thinking seriously about going to them on my next set of tires on my truck . IMO the Sailuns are as good as you can get for a fifth wheel tire.


I am also interested in feedback on the Sailun Terramax truck tires! I've been looking pretty hard at them.


As said the Sailun S637’s for fifth wheels are second to none . After some thought, as far as I’m concerned the Terramax will be the same quality , they are going on my truck .

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