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RE: four winds heads up

To clear up any confusion the Four Winds Sprinter is a Class C.
My Roadtrek 08/23/15 08:28pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Problems with Class Bs used as second cars where restricted.

I was replying to 1775's post, and I never said anything about suing. The video and documentation were to be able to show a new board, imaybe 10 years down the road, that you are grandfathered in and allowed to park there. Information, and documents can get lost, and it's a good idea to have a copy if they are ever needed. Again, I don't know where the word "suing" was ever a part of mine or 1775's post. Everything in your post has already been said in other posts in this thread.
My Roadtrek 08/16/15 08:40am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Problems with Class Bs used as second cars where restricted.

Robert, I don't believe once the HOA has granted a home owner RV parking, that they can just change the rule and kick you out. I'm pretty sure that RV would be Grandfathered in, but if a new RV was purchased the new rules would apply. That's why I say document everything, even take a video if they will let you.
My Roadtrek 08/16/15 01:57am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Problems with Class Bs used as second cars where restricted.

If it has a bedroom, bathroom, and kitchen, it's an RV. A Roadtrek 190 is an RV, doesn't matter what the chassis is registered as. Like I have said many times. Be polite, ask the Board if you can park there, if they say yes document everything, (get it in writing) if your the property owner you should get grandfathered in if the rules get changed later on. May be different if your a renter. If you try and sneak it in, you may tick someone off, and have no chance of getting an approval. jmo
My Roadtrek 08/15/15 07:20pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: My Onan will not even try to crank

Hi Guys, Just bought a 1989 Dodge Explorer 230XL For some reason I can not get the Onan generator to even try to crank locally or with the remote switch. I know that it starts off the engine battery. I can not get access to the generator wiring. I can access the front of the gen through the exterior panel door but the back of the generator is inaccessible. Thoughts? Are you sure it starts of the engine battery most use the coach battery.
My Roadtrek 08/14/15 09:24pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Tires for RT

Goodyear Aventure with Kevlar. Read the reviews in my post.
My Roadtrek 08/12/15 10:52pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Tire not holding pressure

What you were doing is considered spamming, intentionally, or unintentionally, you were steering people to your Blog where there are money making ads. RV.Net has been bombarded with spam lately. Most people don't see it because Admin, and the moderators are spending a large chunk of their time trying to control it. No one is out to get you, it's just the Mods doing their job. Your last comment serves no purpose on this forum, and those same people you call crumudgens may have physical, or mental problems that gives them a reason to be a little crumudgenly. (is that a word?) As far as your tire problem, I never had my RV put on a rack to remove a tire, or to rotate them. They always used a jack, or a couple of jacks when a rotation was done. I accept your apology, and explanation.
My Roadtrek 08/09/15 10:11pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Tire not holding pressure

I moderated this forum for years, so I saw your posts, and remembered them. You posted your links in 5 or more forums. What do you think the moderators don't notice things like that? You break the rules, blame other people when you get caught. I didn't report you, but sure will in the future. On edit: Edited out a not so nice word.
My Roadtrek 08/09/15 09:10pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Tire not holding pressure

You kept posting a link to your blog, and telling people to go check it out. That is not allowed. I'm sure Admin saw it and most likely removed it and sent you a PM. Have you checked your PM's? I seriously doubt a member reported you.
My Roadtrek 08/09/15 08:24pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: TV problem

Buy a new 12 volt TV.
My Roadtrek 08/05/15 02:23pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Super C manufacturers

It was moved from the Class B forum. :S
My Roadtrek 08/04/15 04:31pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Connector for a hose with no metal fittings?

And always make sure that a back flow preventer is used, which is probably another reason for the cut off hose.
My Roadtrek 08/03/15 05:51pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Dog urinating and defecating on your site while owners watch

So, show me where I said it was OK for people to let there dogs poop in other peoples sites, show me where I have "mocked" sanitary practices, please show me. Please! I have made no personal attacks until you decided to jump on me, and I wonder where that is coming from, especially after some of the other comments in this thread. A dog pooped in Ernie's site, the owner did their best to pick it up, now you want everyone to believe the sky is falling. Your going to worry yourself to death before the dog poop gets to you. You can have the last word, and thanks to the Block feature I won't see it. Riley & Kobe the little desease spreaders. :B https://imageshack.com/i/074lenj width=450
My Roadtrek 07/31/15 12:29am RV Pet Stop
RE: Dog urinating and defecating on your site while owners watch

Not all his facts are Scientifically correct I have seen a lot more campers and their kids doing unsanitary things most dogs are treated for worms, along with other things Some people have irrational fears of many things -------------------------------------------------------- I am a scientist, a microbiologist who took a lot of courses at vet school before transferring to medical microbiology for my degree. While I agree there are a lot of things to worry about, like war, it doesnt excuse us from not paying attention to our health. Having spent a good chunk of my life studying microbial diseases, bacteriology, parasitology, virology, immunology, I have a lot of respect for what scientists have learned and have to teach us. And the greatest leap forward in dealing with human disease and increasing the life expectancy of humanity from 30 to 78 years old is sanitation. In the third world countries this is not true due to a lack of sanitation and ignorance. True, it is the death of the young drags down life expectancy averages, but those most susceptible are at both ends of the age spectrum. And I am now, like many of you, at that other end of the age spectrum. So I increasingly take extra care to stay healthy. But I choose to have dogs, birds and fish as pets so I do keep up with diseases that can be transmitted by them. ernie1 didnt give you a complete list of the zoonotic diseases of dogs that can be transmitted to humans, here. The list is not static. Perhaps you have heard of the virulent, toxic strain of E. coli an emerging disease? Dogs can be carriers. This past month my MIL has been hospitalized with C. difficile the bacteria that is increasing in virulence and has been found to colonize dogs intestines (citation. And the simplest and most effective method of avoiding infection is sanitation. So please dont mock those who are concerned about sanitary practices. Those who have many fears will not be found at CG. As far as I know my dogs have no deseases, no worms, etc. They have annual check ups. When my dogs poop I pick it up, that's the best I can do, or I am going to do. If that's not sanitary enough for you, tough. Sorry about your MIL but really your going to blame that on dogs. Oh, and I never mocked sanitary practices.
My Roadtrek 07/30/15 11:32pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Dog urinating and defecating on your site while owners watch

Pinworm (Enterobius vermicularis) infections are the most common worm infection in America. Although any individual may develop a case of pinworms, the infection occurs most frequently in school children between 5 to 10 years of age. Pinworm infections occur in all socioeconomic groups; however, human-to-human spread is favored by close, crowded living conditions. Spread among family members is common. Animals do not harbor pinworms - humans are the only natural host for this parasite. Get your facts straight. Drsolo Not all his facts are Scientifically correct as our Mod, who is a Vet, has pointed out. I have seen a lot more campers, and their kids doing unsanitary things, that I would be way more worried about than some dog pee, or poop that was picked up my the owner. As was pointed out by a another poster, most dogs are treated for worms, along with other things, when they get their shots/checkup. Some people have irrational fears of many things, and I think catching a desease from dogs in a Campground is one of them. "Current evidence supports the fact that pet dogs pose a minimal zoonotic risk to their human companions. Your risk may be slightly higher if you have a compromised immune system from disease or medication." I'm not a Doctor, but I do have a degree in Zoology.
My Roadtrek 07/30/15 03:06pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Dog urinating and defecating on your site while owners watch

Scoleciphobia (So-leh-kee-pho-be-ah) is also known by other names like Vermiphobia and Helminthophobia. They all mean the persistent and irrational fear of worms. The word Scoleciphobia originates from Greek Scoleci meaning parasitic worms and phobos meaning deep dread or aversion. Helminthophobia is the secondary fear of one’s body being infested or attacked by worms (Helmintho is another Greek word for worms).
My Roadtrek 07/30/15 06:00am RV Pet Stop
RE: Dog urinating and defecating on your site while owners watch

Ernie, I didn't say it was OK, just how would you know. Personally, in this day and age, I would just be happy she picked up the poop. Admin moved it to the correct forum. Certainly not your first go around on this topic, so I'm going to guess you knew the responses you would get. https://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/28400363/gotomsg/28405347.cfm#28405347 https://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/28347124/gotomsg/28350569.cfm#28350569 https://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/28003481/gotomsg/28009748.cfm#28009748
My Roadtrek 07/29/15 11:39pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Dog urinating and defecating on your site while owners watch

Ernie, how do you know that the person who had your site previously didn't have five dogs that peed and pooped all over over the place? :E If the poop was picked up, and pee had dried you would have no clue.
My Roadtrek 07/29/15 09:50pm RV Pet Stop
RE: RV Warranty Work Anti-Rant

A lot of places have a minimum, so the that could account for the $100.00, and the rest is materials, and shop supply's.
My Roadtrek 07/28/15 10:54pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Comcast internet modem

If anyone has Modem that keeps rebooting check the upstream power levels. They should all be under 50. If they are 54 or higher you will get port shutdowns, and reboots. The problem may be the cable line, or too many splitters, and not the modem. My upstream power levels. UCID Freq Power Channel Type Symbol Rate Modulation Upstream 1 3 23.50 MHz 47.50 dBmV DOCSIS2.0 (ATDMA) 5120 kSym/s 64QAM Upstream 2 1 36.50 MHz 49.50 dBmV DOCSIS2.0 (ATDMA) 5120 kSym/s 64QAM Upstream 3 2 30.00 MHz 48.50 dBmV DOCSIS2.0 (ATDMA) 5120 kSym/s 64QAM Upstream 4 4 17.00 MHz 47.00 dBmV DOCSIS2.0 (ATDMA)
My Roadtrek 07/25/15 02:23pm Technology Corner
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