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RE: Ford is interested in 4 wheel steering

Maybe they'll give it a "crab" feature. Ever operate a Lull? LOL. Lol...Yes, well the Skytrak's the Army has.
Iraqvet05 01/06/20 12:54pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Ford is interested in 4 wheel steering

GM trucks offered optional 4 wheel steering (dubbed Quadrasteer) for a few years and it proved to be too problematic and costly to maintain. I suspect the patent is on how they are performing the steering, not the concept. Some fellow military vets here maybe familiar with the HET trailers that have steering on them to make them more maneuverable.
Iraqvet05 01/06/20 09:17am Tow Vehicles
RE: Can installing weight distribution hitch be a DIY project?

It can be a DIY project but you may need some uncommon tools. In the case of the Equal-i-zer, a 1-7/8" thin wall socket and 320 lb torque wrench are recommended to install the ball. I didn't have a 1-7/8" socket that would fit in the trunion cavity so I had a trailer shop install my ball with an impact; they didn't have a torque wrench that large either.
Iraqvet05 12/31/19 06:32am Towing
RE: New 2020 Ford engines for Super Duty (gas or diesel) who has one, or towed with one?

Is the 7.3 an available option on the F450 King Ranch pickup? If it is, I couldn’t figure out how to change it from the Diesel engine it defaults to. :):) It looks like the 7.3 will only be available in the chassis cab in the F-450...if I am reading this correctly. I don't think Ford makes the chassis cab in anything higher than an XLT trim: 7.3 media release
Iraqvet05 12/30/19 09:16am Tow Vehicles
RE: Help with towing math and trailer /vehicle specs

Sounds like the 6 speed behind the 5.3 is a vast improvement over the 4 speed. I had a 2007 1500 Silverado with the 5.3, 4 speed and 3.42 gear and thought it was a gutless truck in the rolling hills of Missouri. Out trailer at the time was Jayco 26BH, around 5,600 lbs loaded.
Iraqvet05 12/30/19 09:09am Travel Trailers
RE: Looking For Campground Near Wallace Idaho

Crystal Gold Mine and RV Park website Wallace RV Park website
Iraqvet05 12/29/19 09:42am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Looking For Campground Near Wallace Idaho

AllStays Idaho CG map Doesn't look like there are many CGs within 25 miles. The ones I found (farthest to closest) is Crystal Gold Mine RV park in Kellogg, Blue Anchor RV park in Osburn and Wallace RV Park in Wallace.
Iraqvet05 12/29/19 07:39am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: The TFL guys bought a 7.3L

They teased about a comparison test between a SuperDuty 6.7L diesel and a 7.3L gasser a couple of weeks ago. Still waiting ! Don't they do some of those tests at higher elevations? Maybe snow is impacting those tests areas.
Iraqvet05 12/28/19 08:22pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Pickup driver caught after cops find him hauling 53? trailer

Wow..just wow. Why would you go thru the trouble of rigging an air tank and that "hitch" when you could have hired someone to move the trailer? I bet the fines are more than paying a legit OTR owner/operator.
Iraqvet05 12/20/19 10:46am Fifth-Wheels
RE: The smell of a dead mouse..

If there was one mouse inside, there are probably more. I worked briefly for a pest control company. The strategy in mouse control in a stick and brick house is to identify and seal points of entry, place baited traps inside to cull the remaining mice in the house then place rodentcide in pet/child-safe bait stations outside. We used copper mesh and a brick mortar repair compound to seal holes you could stick your finger thru. Larger holes were sealed with galvanized flashing. I'll add from my own experience that despite removing all food from my TT, I had mice in the camper more than once. It's not only food they are after, it's shelter.
Iraqvet05 12/19/19 01:43pm General RVing Issues
RE: Fuel problems

GM built it but when was the last time one of their service technicians have seen a carburetor? Sometimes it pays to seek older mechanics with experience.
Iraqvet05 12/12/19 06:13pm Tech Issues
RE: Why was the Mexico beach thread moved: Resurrected

This one? Looks like it's now in both the general and Mexico forum categories...
Iraqvet05 12/12/19 08:04am General RVing Issues
RE: Ford pickup recall

The wording of this is confusing. Not all of those Super Dutys from 2017 have an electric "release". My tailgate has an electric lock but if it's unlocked, the tailgate doesn't open...mine still has to be opened and lowered manually.
Iraqvet05 12/06/19 06:38pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Plastic toilet and sink cleaning?

x2 on Soft Scrub...with bleach.
Iraqvet05 12/06/19 01:26pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: What is this make?

The wheel well opening does't look like the teardrop opening Scotty used many years. Maybe a Forester or Pathfinder?
Iraqvet05 12/06/19 07:28am Travel Trailers
RE: 4-Corners

Looks like it's just $3 a person now. I assume this is on Navajo reservation.
Iraqvet05 12/03/19 09:49am Roads and Routes
RE: Buying a used diesel

We put $3200 into a work 2008 F-550 (6.4) last year that had 75k miles on it. The high pressure fuel pump went out. The cab has to be removed (yes, you can also take apart most of the front clip) but the time in labor on these is expensive.
Iraqvet05 11/26/19 06:45pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Wrong Equipment?

Maybe he’s from the Carolinas, some of them like that look even without a trailer. I thought the same thing. Probably on air bags. I had an S-10 with hydraulics that would do that front and back.
Iraqvet05 11/25/19 10:18am Beginning RVing
RE: Wrong Equipment?

where's the anti-weight police crowd?:R None needed. That's true Darwinism at work there. The problem will rectify itself.
Iraqvet05 11/25/19 06:57am Beginning RVing
RE: Anybody else have trouble packing for camping

Yes, I tend to get stressed before a trip. Best thing I have found is to start getting prepared a week before. Make a list and keep it where you and your spouse can see and add to it. We stage clothing, bedding, supplies and non-perishable items the night before we pack and check off the list as we go. It gets easier with time but I still get stressed if I'm the only one packing everything and when its the first trip of the season.
Iraqvet05 11/22/19 11:39am General RVing Issues
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