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All ya'll folks likely don't want to hear from an old Southern boy on this matter but it is likely a GRILL you are talking about. BBQ is the meat product the grill produces - cooked low and slow. ;)
Horsedoc 05/18/15 10:56am Around the Campfire
RE: Blow front tire, what do you do?

One has to ask this - All those giving advice, how many have had a blow out?
Horsedoc 05/18/15 09:19am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Any concern re: rattlesnakes at Catalina State Park, Tucson?

In that part of the country, there are a lot of things crawling and walking around at night that don't necessarily have scales. Just saying. . . ;)
Horsedoc 05/13/15 06:33pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Where to find this mini blind part?

:S all this for three bucks? :h
Horsedoc 04/24/15 03:10pm Tech Issues
RE: Stickers on bus??

not Pat Butram - Pat Brady (one of the Sons of the Pioneers) The Jeep was Nelliebelle. Pat was an employee of the Double R Bar ranch, Roy's TV show ranch Andy Devine was "Jingles P Jones". He was a sidekick to Autry. Butram was also a side kick to Gene Autry and also Mr. Haney on 'Green Acres'.
Horsedoc 04/13/15 11:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Help Identify this Class A (Criminal Case)

Is it possible the OP is wanting to buy the MH when the county/state sells it after the condemnation hearing? The more information he has about the unit, the more he is able to figure out what it is worth. If it has had meth manufactured inside it, the state may require it be destroyed however.
Horsedoc 04/13/15 10:48am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Which campground in Custer State park?

Having worked at Custer for two summers, let me suggest that nice as Legion Lake is (as far as location to food and swimming goes) the CG is in a narrow notch between two hills. On summer days with little or no breeze it gets hot in that little notch. No breeze gets into the notch. Stockade South and Stockade North are set up on a hill and most sites in both locations are mostly shade. The lower loop at has a water source in the middle that can be reached with a longer hose from many of the sites in that loop. South has a water source on the upper end behind the shower house. Center Lake is just passable IMO but many of the locals like it. Sylvan Lake CG has the highest elevation in the park, but the sites are small (nothing for big rigs) and close together. Game Lodge is probably the most popular. Level sites and reasonable in size and there is a chance you will have buffy grazing on the lawn just over the fence. Lot of wild life visit there. Blue Bell is probably the prettiest (again IMO) Set in pines with a lodge across the street and horse livery adjoining the CG. Some larger sites for big rigs. Nice stream around one edge of the CG. Grace Coolidge is on the main highway thru the park. Nice little stream surrounding the backside of the CG and a fishing area (pond and stream) across the street Level sites, some in the open but mostly shade. Horse Camp. Big sites, open and shade. Restricted to those camping with horses. Beautiful stream running through the CG. There are numerous privately owned CGs around the CSP and Custer city with full hookups, but generally more expensive.
Horsedoc 04/04/15 11:28am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 2015 Wrangler Unlimited questions

We have a '13 Unlimited with the 3 piece hard roof. The A/C does a good job keeping it cool inside. That said, with a bare hand against the bottom of the roof top, it is pretty warm, if not hot on a hot summer day. I keep saying I am going to glue some thin insulation (like the aluminized bubble wrap Lowes sells) on the undersides of the panels and the rear cover. Just the flat area, not the support 'beams'.
Horsedoc 03/26/15 06:52pm Dinghy Towing
RE: 2015 Wrangler Unlimited questions

Horsedoc 03/26/15 06:52pm Dinghy Towing
RE: RV Waste Disposal?

Just a word of caution to make sure you know exactly what it is before doing anything with it. Several years ago a heating oil company with a 'know it all driver' with little common sense came to a local school and told them he knew where the tank was. Drove around to the back part of the school and dumped 3000 gallons of heating oil into the septic system. Sometimes a little checking along with a little sniffing can save some major headaches
Horsedoc 03/26/15 05:42pm Beginning RVing
RE: Water Heater Wont Fire On Gas

Thermocouple bad maybe?
Horsedoc 03/23/15 04:34pm Tech Issues
RE: Damon motorhomes

Bought a 2008 Essence Damon in 2008. New coach. Pretty nice trim interior. Sleep Number king bed, 4 door refrig, corian countertops, ceramic floor, 4 slides etc. Very few problems but when you do contact service or parts at the factory there was/is the most grouchy woman (I will not call her a lady) I have ever talked to. Did not want to give you parts numbers or information on other sources that would work. When I tried to order parts, she refused to sell to me saying I needed to buy from my dealer I bought from. I told her he had gone out of business and she very reluctantly finally gave me a part number for the cable that powers the step well cover. Likely will NOT buy another Thor coach for the way this woman acted and treated me. I will tell the dealer why and let him tell the people at the factory how he missed a quarter mil sale because of this woman.
Horsedoc 03/19/15 05:09pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: If I won the mega-millions lottery I would...

Friend of ours just won nearly a quarter million on a quick pick. Paid off his tractor and bought a used car. Govt took a pile before he even got the check. The IRS had an agent at the lottery office in Augusta (Ga) waiting on him to arrive. What would they do if you hit some major money? There should be some sort of grace period that one could use to set up something to keep they from taking such a large percentage. What would I do with a BIG pay off? Big chunk to the Multiple Sclerosis research group and I'd make a lot of deserving, hardworking people very happy. I pretty much have all I want/need except good health for MsC. Making the load easier for some not as fortunate might be a good thing to do
Horsedoc 03/19/15 04:12pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Water pump continues to run on

Are you losing pressure back through the pump diaphragms? This would not move water so it would be quiet but the pump is trying to regain the pressure. There could be a piece of grit, trash or even a tiny hole causing it. there are rebuild kits on most makes
Horsedoc 03/18/15 05:45pm Tech Issues
RE: Looking for App where I can select miles per day.

Rand McNally has a pretty good program called Trip Maker Deluxe. Not good for street number addresses, but fine for finding quickest, scenic, routes. You can set it up for the number of miles you want to travel and any stops you want to make. Has POIs etc. relatively cheap but sure helps in planning stages.
Horsedoc 03/18/15 04:50pm Beginning RVing
RE: Communications

We were on a volunteer list at a state park in SD and had a ton of offers around the state. Turned them down, specifying we wanted a particular park. Two weeks before the park opened for the season they had a volunteer cancel and then called and asked could we be there within two weeks. We were able to make it, but had to wrap up things at home rather quickly.
Horsedoc 03/18/15 04:41pm Workamping Forum
RE: What coach would you buy for $$$$ ?

Horsedoc 03/18/15 04:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Small economical DD as a towed

"Looking for a 5 passenger with storage in the truck for a bike and other stuff." Towed a 4wd 4 door Tracker for years. No room for a bike and not sure you will find a trunk (is that what you meant?) on any small car that will hold a bike
Horsedoc 03/12/15 09:15am Dinghy Towing
RE: Tow Bar Pins

I use two tractor pins with loop handles that you can get hands in to extract. They have holes for pins. For an added feature of safety I use a bungee cord stretched between the two handles in the very unlikely event a pin would slip out (bungee keeps the pins pulled to the center) Have used them for several years and several thousands of tow miles and no wear at all. Tractor dealerships usually have them.
Horsedoc 03/12/15 07:38am Class A Motorhomes
RE: $$$$ in Nascar

I don't deal with NASCAR now. Several teams owned by one corporation? The owners decide who will be allowed to win is just a step away. I watched the old drivers in the old days in Atlanta at Lakewood when it was a racetrack and some days it would be too wet and the fans were invited to come out and help 'dry the track' for a few laps. The real racing was when you could go down to the local dealership with enough money and buy what you saw run on Sunday or Saturday night. Studebaker had a 'Golden Hawk' that was super fast. Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Ford, Dodge, Plymouth and Chevrolet were basically 'stock' cars with safety improvements. "Fireball" Roberts was the hottest (no pun intended) imported driver on that track back then. But there were other 'go fast' drivers also - Tim and Fonty Flock, Wendell Scott (certainly not the fastest but he managed to finish most of the time) and a lot of other boys from the Gainesville and Dawsonville area of N Georgia. Most of them hauled a little white liquor in their days. They ran the bigger tracks and the smaller tracks that were basically red clay and mud. But they filled the stands and out this came the 'professionals'. NASCAR maybe royalty today, but it's roots go back to moonshine, dirt roads, dark nights and nervy kids that thrived on the thrill of the chase. We don't want to change or rip NASCAR. But there is no need to disrespect 'stock cars' because they made the giant what it is today and there are thousands of us old guys that would like to see this type of racing come back.
Horsedoc 03/08/15 11:17am Around the Campfire
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