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RE: Turn fridge LP off at gas pump - another warning!

You win remoandiris. You're the greatest person ever and the rest of us are dummies. Grow up. If you didn't make unsubstantiated comments you wouldn't be taken to task. . Now that's the pot calling *ALL* the kettles black..:S Give up "msmith1199" - nobody can be better than Mr. perfect, ROTFLMAO ~ Well bombero, where did I make an unsubstantiated comment?
remoandiris 07/31/13 02:32pm General RVing Issues
RE: Turn fridge LP off at gas pump - another warning!

You win remoandiris. You're the greatest person ever and the rest of us are dummies. Grow up. If you didn't make unsubstantiated comments you wouldn't be taken to task.
remoandiris 07/31/13 02:03pm General RVing Issues
RE: Turn fridge LP off at gas pump - another warning!

Sorry I'm not a perfect pump operator like you, but the pumps I have used will spill gas all over your bike if you're not careful. Ahhhh, so you admit all you need to do is be careful, as in make sure there is a seal between the fuel tank opening and the nozzle base. Maybe that is why I don't have the issues that you do...I am careful. It's pumping gas, not brain surgery and is not hard. Yes you have to be careful by being right there on the pump nozzle with it in your hand and watching for the gas to reach the top of the tank. Your original statement was you start the pump and stand aside and watch it. That isn't being careful. And frankly I don't believe you fuel like that and don't spill gas. Believe, or don't believe, what you want. You must be under the impression all motorcycles have the fuel filler on the top of the tank between the handlebars. Well, they dont. You also seem to have no issue allowing fumes/vapor to escape as you fill the tank.
remoandiris 07/31/13 11:59am General RVing Issues
RE: Turn fridge LP off at gas pump - another warning!

Sorry I'm not a perfect pump operator like you, but the pumps I have used will spill gas all over your bike if you're not careful. Ahhhh, so you admit all you need to do is be careful, as in make sure there is a seal between the fuel tank opening and the nozzle base. Maybe that is why I don't have the issues that you do...I am careful. It's pumping gas, not brain surgery and is not hard.
remoandiris 07/31/13 05:43am General RVing Issues
RE: Turn fridge LP off at gas pump - another warning!

X2. Never use the auto shut-off when filling a MC. NEVER. Only an inexperienced rider would do that. I guess my 23+ years and 300K+ miles across North America and Europe makes me an inexperienced rider. Do I use the auto shut off when filling my bike? Yes. Do I top off the tank on my bike? Yes. Do I walk away from my bike while pumping gas? No, I stand there beside my bike until the the auto shut off clicks, then I top it off. Oh, the humanity! BTW, I don't turn off the propane either. Stay far away from me at the pumps. So you stick the gas nozzle in your bike tank and start filling and simply trust that the auto-shut off is going to work properly when it's full? You must spill a lot of gas on your tank and down onto your engine. Nope. Never have. NEVER. If you can't properly insert a nozzle into your tank, maybe it is YOU who has issues. How some people can turn a simple task as filling a gas tank into a complicated process that needs a checklist and gubment oversight, I'll never know.
remoandiris 07/30/13 01:49pm General RVing Issues
RE: Turn fridge LP off at gas pump - another warning!

X2. Never use the auto shut-off when filling a MC. NEVER. Only an inexperienced rider would do that. I guess my 23+ years and 300K+ miles across North America and Europe makes me an inexperienced rider. Do I use the auto shut off when filling my bike? Yes. Do I top off the tank on my bike? Yes. Do I walk away from my bike while pumping gas? No, I stand there beside my bike until the the auto shut off clicks, then I top it off. Oh, the humanity! BTW, I don't turn off the propane either. Stay far away from me at the pumps.
remoandiris 07/30/13 12:35pm General RVing Issues
RE: CARB cracks down on OHV smog

No one is complaining about the increased taxes or the outrageous gas prices in the state. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!! Man oh man, I haven't laughed so hard in a while. Plenty of Kalifornians are complaining, but they have no recourse but to pay. The sheeple keep voting the same people into office. Like you said in an earlier post, folks need their cars so they pay for gas.
remoandiris 07/29/13 12:49pm Toy Haulers
RE: To cover or not to cover.... that is the question

No cover.
remoandiris 07/28/13 11:50am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Installing standard household toilet in a RV??

Yes it will work. I was going to say why it's a bad idea but you said you don't want that info for some reason? :h So I will skip that part. Oh, I don't know. If the wife says it is a deal breaker, maybe the reasons why it is a bad idea are important. Better to find out now before the money for an RV is spent. I can think of bouncing down roads and the tank leaking would be one reason it is a bad idea. There are probably many more. Just because it CAN be done doesn't mean it SHOULD be done.
remoandiris 07/27/13 05:49pm General RVing Issues
RE: CARB cracks down on OHV smog

re-formulated, now you have to use more which makes perfect sense huh? Kinda like adding ethanol to gasoline. Gotta use more to get the same result.
remoandiris 07/26/13 05:20pm Toy Haulers
RE: Orlando Florida area

Sherwood Forest is big rig friendly.
remoandiris 07/25/13 07:37pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Shipping vehicle into Mexico.

Maybe this company can answer some of your questions. http://www.shipnex.com/International-Car-Shipping/Mexico
remoandiris 07/25/13 02:52pm General RVing Issues
RE: 10' Kayak onfiver Ladder-Need Ideas!!!

I'm curious how you guys who are storing them inside are getting them in there? Our door is in the middle of the trailer and I can't picture getting them in there. I second this question. Somebody *puh-leese* send a photo on how you get a kayak in there. Oh, for the record, our Copper Canyon does not have a tail window that opens/slides wide enough for anything besides insects. :( Dining slide is opposite my door. Slide is out giving plenty of room to get yak in, raise that end of the yak, and ticky it around to get the whole yak in the door. Kinda like working an overstuffed chair thru a door...a little at a time.
remoandiris 07/25/13 01:06pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Shipping vehicle into Mexico.

Did you query the British Embassy?
remoandiris 07/25/13 06:12am General RVing Issues
RE: 10' Kayak onfiver Ladder-Need Ideas!!!

In my current 5er, 2 bikes are placed between the lv rm slides, sandwiched between the couch and entertainment center. The bikes are covered by moving blankets to avoid damage. A 10' and an 8' yak are placed on the kitchen floor. Once the TH arrives, yaks will go on the garage bunks and the bikes will find a home after the I figure out how to tie down the sidecar rig.
remoandiris 07/25/13 06:09am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Pulled the Trigger

I'm thinking about the Road Warrior RW390. Wife loved the 390 layout. Biggest drawback was the lack of kitchen storage space. Opted for a Cyclone 4000 instead. Hopefully get delivery next week.
remoandiris 07/24/13 12:51pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: LCI Auto Level troubles- 6 pt electric

Should u put wood or blocks under the pads of the 6pt jacks or not In the 5er forum, I asked folks who have similar systems if they use blocks. Most do. Doesn't mean they are needed though. IMO, blocks help spread the weight over a larger area. Most, if not all, foot pads on these systems are fairly large.
remoandiris 07/23/13 11:28am Toy Haulers
Blocks under Level-Up feet?

Those of you with a Level-Up or similar system, do you still put wood or plastic blocks under the feet?
remoandiris 07/21/13 01:10pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Brand New Truck, any regrets going with rails?

No. And I'd probably do it again.
remoandiris 07/19/13 02:05pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: When is the best time to buy

FYI, RV sales are up this year. IIRC, 20%+ increase in sales. Buy when it is right for YOU!
remoandiris 07/19/13 02:04pm Fifth-Wheels
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