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RE: Lawn Tractor Trailer Spotter?

oops need to read the entire thread before commenting
Horsedoc 07/21/15 05:53pm General RVing Issues
RE: Toad: Most space in the least weight

Up until 2005 the Element could be towed by running through the gears (not using reverse) and letting it run for at least three minutes. Put it on neutral, release the parking brakes and turning the key to the unlock position. We towed the 2003 we have for thousands of miles. No problem. We have retired it, but it is so much a family member we keep it around 'just in case'.
Horsedoc 07/15/15 06:44pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Scary New Credit Card

Our Citibank Credit Card (not debit card) has a chip. The only retailer we've seen with a chip reader is Walmart. The card does not get swiped, just inserted into the bottom of the reader (at least at Walmart). No signature was required. Our last purchase was more than $50, but less than $100. We don't have a PIN for our credit card. Well we probably do, but I have no idea what it is. Every store is different. More and more seem to be adopting the policy if you swipe the card it is as good as you signing for it. -Michael Exactly as it works for me at WalMart. All other transactions (and I travel a lot in my job) have been slide, add zip and pump the gas
Horsedoc 07/15/15 06:10pm Around the Campfire
RE: Mount Rushmore National Park

Well, the 'one' is NOT hiway 40 from Hermosa to Keystone, nor is it the Keystone-Hill city hiway, nor is it 244 that comes up the mountain from behind Rushmore. Is that three? There is a large tunnel on 16A coming into Keystone from the north, but that is not a problem because there is a by-pass on the right that is directly beside the tunnel
Horsedoc 07/11/15 03:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winnebago Roof Seam Caulk

I'm with smlranger. We bought a Itasca Horizon (Winnebago Journey equivalent) new and had it serviced in Forest City one year. Then emphasized the importance of keeping the roof/sidewall seams sealed. They used to get 400 to seal the seams, but the tech told me to do it myself and save my money. The price of two tubes of caulk from their store and a few hours of labor and it was done. Never wanting to do that again, (fell off the ladder leaned against the side) I took it another step and thoroughly cleaned and sealed from the roof to the bottom of the rain gutter using Ebond tape. It was still sealed tight with no loose edges when we sold the coach several years later. Eternabond is some good stuff, but you have to put it on right
Horsedoc 07/04/15 06:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Where to buy a used RV

Ride a few hours south and check out Porter's RVs in Anderson SC. They have a large number of all sorts from truck campers to pushers. Never bought one from them but have toured their lot and they are very cordial in their contact. Have warranties available also Right on I-85
Horsedoc 06/28/15 10:15am General RVing Issues
Another good reason to go camping

might head to this place LOL!
Horsedoc 06/28/15 09:38am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Driving with landing gear partially extended?

TH ????
Horsedoc 06/26/15 10:13am General RVing Issues
RE: GPS data base

I believe this may be a model made for CW because the Garmin site does not even list it. Probably as the OP said, with Camping World stores already identified. I might leave that one alone.
Horsedoc 06/16/15 08:12am Class A Motorhomes
RE: GPS data base

I believe this may be a model made for CW because the Garmin site does not even list it. Probably as the OP said, with Camping World stores already identified. I might leave that one alone.
Horsedoc 06/16/15 08:10am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Camping in Atlanta ga

My bad, I meant WEST Atlanta in the area around Sweet Auburn and west of the capital
Horsedoc 06/14/15 06:48pm Family Camping
RE: plaese help Im at alost wont start again

check battery ground contacts from the batteries to the frame.
Horsedoc 06/14/15 06:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Towing 2006+ Honda Element 4-down: Real life experiences?

I work P/T for a couple of dealers around town and one of them is a Honda. Not sure exactly what year the company changed (I know that is not a lot of help for you!) but even after Honda withdrew their towing endorsement of the Element it was still on the same 'platform' as the CGV which they did endorse. I believe that has again in the last few years ('11 or '12) The service department will tell you that you should not do it, but they have been instructed that in telling you they are the same might result in a law suit if an owner screws up and burns out a tranny. I don't have info on the AWD. We towed our 03 thousands of miles with no trouble and still keep it around even after we put the Wrangler into service as a towed
Horsedoc 06/13/15 08:50am Dinghy Towing
RE: Camping in Atlanta ga

East Atlanta is NOT a good neighborhood and unlikely you will find anything east of 285. Further west, past Six Flags on out toward Douglasville, there may be something - John Bleakley had a huge RV dealership there a few years ago and there should be something. I personally am not familiar with that area, other than I go through there fairly often. East of 285 is neighborhood with dense population and lots of crime
Horsedoc 06/13/15 08:07am Family Camping
RE: Freightliner Corrosion Warranty (or lack thereof)

"Finally, a close look at the photos will tell you he is talking about engine accessories, etc. This is stuff that is installed by Freightliner on the base chassis, not stuff installed by Freightliner." Huh?????
Horsedoc 06/11/15 04:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Making sure I have this right?

this sounds like a great situation to have a Progressive Industries surge protector between 'the box' and the RV
Horsedoc 06/04/15 07:22pm General RVing Issues
RE: Rules for owning a motor coach.

Hilarious all! and so true!!
Horsedoc 06/03/15 03:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tell Me About Asheville, NC?

Much cooler in NC mountains in and around Ashville *summer and winter :)* Beautiful scenery, area is growing but not to the point of being uncomfortable. It is but a step to the real 'mountain life' but you have to do a little searching now to find the genuine mountain beverages
Horsedoc 06/01/15 05:21pm Around the Campfire
RE: 3-4 week trip west... A little nervous!

You mentioned Colorado and then wanting to see the Badlands. If you mean the SD Badlands, just remember there is a lot of miles between them. Suggest you plan the sites/stops etc in an order that you don't have to back track to see them all. Whereever you go and stop it will be great for the kids and you both as well. We sort of free lanced our first few trips to the west a Rockies. If it looked interesting, we stopped and checked it out. It was much easier getting around in a truck than a MH back then, but with a MH or camper it is much easier to find a place to overnight.
Horsedoc 05/29/15 09:49am Roads and Routes
RE: Jackson WY Fuel Stop

Looking at Shell and Chevron mentioned above, using Google Earth street view, Shell looks more accessible and has a bigger lot. I see three diesel pumps off to the right.
Horsedoc 05/29/15 09:23am Roads and Routes
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