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RE: Tesla Semi truck unveil & test ride set for Oct 26th !

Tesla overtakes GM as most valuable U.S. automaker, short sellers burned Question, what rises faster; Tesla shipments or the post counts of doomsayers?
Ductape 10/25/19 05:21pm Tow Vehicles
RE: To Buy or build

I have all the skills to build one, and the time, I suppose, since we’re retired. But I wouldn’t consider it. I have built vehicles before. It’s a labor of love, but it’s not “green” nor is it cost efficient vs. purchasing someone else’s project. If you don’t want a newer, factory built rig then there’s plenty of project rigs out there that have been completed (?) and used and the owners are ready to move on to something else.
Ductape 10/02/19 07:14am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Well if you have the money they will build it

Very nice. Better than spending the equivalent on a bus conversion IMO.
Ductape 09/30/19 07:52am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Leveling Jack Lights Staying on When Parked

Ignition switch off then press the power button on the leveling system does it on ours. In that order.
Ductape 09/29/19 07:44am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Frameless Dual Panes - Better or Worse?

I don’t know why trailer windows would be inherently different than MH windows? We’ve had both types in MH, as far as I can tell they’re equally effective. And highly recommended, for both temperature and noise moderation. A bigger difference IMO, is whether you get sliders (great for airflow but can’t be left open in the rain) or tilters ( less airflow but can be open in the rain).
Ductape 09/27/19 06:49am Fifth-Wheels
RE: 2020 Ecodiesel Fuel Economy Tests

Only 100 miles. A bit of foam in the tank, or a small measurement error. No way is measuring the tank level accurate enough for that determination when you’re talking 2.5 gallons in a 33 gallon tank.
Ductape 09/25/19 07:39am Tow Vehicles
RE: Who do we notify when moderators break the rules?

Mods are a lot nicer than many other forums I’ve seen. This is just another snowflake moment. Apparently it’s okay to rant but the mods are supposed to address us softly like the tender two year olds we emulate. No. My hat’s off to anyone who takes on the thankless role of moderating a public forum.
Ductape 09/22/19 09:09am Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Bus crash on Utah 12

That’s a good advertisement for monocoque chassis like Prevost.
Ductape 09/21/19 09:26am General RVing Issues
RE: closing of a complaints post

In my opinion that was nothing but a rant by someone with unrealistic expectations. There’s an old saying about how you can draw more flies with honey than vinegar. There are people out there that believe they get the most service by being nasty and abrasive and demanding.
Ductape 09/21/19 08:38am Truck Campers
RE: RV Router

GL.iNet GL-AR750S-Ext Gigabit Travel AC Router. 70 bucks on Amazon.
Ductape 09/19/19 07:18pm Technology Corner
RE: JUst how many GB are needed?

Updates to phones, computers, tablets, and antivirus will need data too. It can be considerable. Also if you leave devices connected to your hotspot while you’re not using them, they’ll sit there and update newsfeeds, and every app in the world is written to report on you back to the mothership. Apps like Facebook need to be completely killed if you don’t want it consuming data in the background 24/7. Or set all such apps to have internet access only when in use.
Ductape 09/18/19 08:54am Technology Corner
RE: Not A Joke Top Off With Gasoline or Diesel

Everyone rushing out to fill tanks as the OP advises is more likely to impact pricing than the loss of production. Same thing happens in every adverse situation / natural disaster.
Ductape 09/15/19 09:21am Tech Issues
RE: Danger from charging golf cart inside toy hauler??

I managed a business operating a fleet of electric golf carts. We learned to house them in metal buildings away from combustibles. Occasionally they do catch fire when charging, usually a result of a bad battery or corrosion / loose wiring. If yours is in well maintained condition then the risk is minimal. But battery compartments are ventilated for a reason. Hydrogen does go boom.
Ductape 09/15/19 09:16am Tech Issues
RE: BlueTooth Brake Controller

How do you manually activate it to do a brake test?
Ductape 09/12/19 10:30am Technology Corner
RE: Onan Generator Cranking Amps

I expect it’s a lot more than that. Cummins spec for starting batteries: 475 amps down to 0° F (?17° C) 650 amps down to ?20° F (?29° C).
Ductape 09/10/19 06:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Best wax for lazy people?

Meguiars Ultimate Fast Finish. It an aerosol. This stuff is literally wipe on, wipe off.
Ductape 09/07/19 10:19am General RVing Issues
RE: Traveling with glass

We carry the same foods in the MH as we use at home. Pack items tightly in spaces so they can’t move. Especially fragile items pack interspersed with softer items or towels, cardboard items etc. You can use plastic bins in the fridge or pantry to contain items. Taller items best stored laying down.
Ductape 09/06/19 08:49am General RVing Issues
RE: Late check out

I would have told her to take it up with the office. You were reasonable and considerate.
Ductape 09/03/19 01:27pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Refill fresh water from when no gravity fill exists

It’s not uncommon in older fill stations to find faucets with no threads or hoses with no male ends. I have on occasion used a hose with the female connector cut off to slip over a smooth faucet and fastened it temporarily with electrical tape to fill. For an alternative, I’d use a portable submersible pump in a bucket. Let the source water run in the bucket and pump it up to the motor home. I’d have no interest at all in installing an old style gravity fill. We have a 100 gallon tank, there’s no way I’m carrying that many cans of water!
Ductape 09/03/19 09:26am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Parking motor home on pavers

There are variations in quality, some pavers are cheap and easily crack. Get some rated for vehicle use, not just walkway cheap stuff from the home improvement store. Biggest is the underlying foundation plenty of gravel and rock dust well compacted is called for. The right preparation depends a lot on local soil conditions, I’d seek out some professionals and get quotes and recommendations on the job. Measure twice, cut once. You don’t want to do this job over.
Ductape 08/30/19 11:10am General RVing Issues
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