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RE: Opening and closing slides in winter

I would be concerned about any water that was retained and frozen.
Lynnmor 12/06/19 10:25am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Neighborhood bear

Lynnmore, that picture is awesome! I have friends that moved from my area to live in a remote area in Potter County, PA. You would need instruction to find the place. The woods is dense and wildlife passes thru their lawn constantly. I wondered why they gave up good jobs and a large home to live there, I no longer wonder. Those bears actually had to be blocked from coming up on the porch to join us.
Lynnmor 12/06/19 08:26am Around the Campfire
RE: Neighborhood bear

I don't understand the problem, just leave the bears alone.
Lynnmor 12/05/19 10:00pm Around the Campfire
RE: Have our trucks got too much power yet?

Fish ladders are not very effective. In my area, only about 3% make it over the ladders and then they are too tired to do a good job of breeding.
Lynnmor 12/04/19 06:35am Tow Vehicles
RE: freezer have ice flakes

Make and model of refrigerator would help.
Lynnmor 12/02/19 02:15pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: RV storage - how much room is needed?

I wouldn't waste the time and money if you are not going to use it as a garage. My opinion is that there in more damage to an RV during hot summer months than cold and darker winters. My trailer is indoors whenever it is not in use. I put down marker tape on the floor for guidance when backing in so that the trailer is located where I want it. The idea of a larger door is good so that you can make the fine adjustments with little interference with traffic.
Lynnmor 12/01/19 09:46am General RVing Issues
RE: is this enough truck to replace my F150 ECO?

Just remember that he can't haul or tow more, even with added air bags, the door sticker says so.
Lynnmor 11/28/19 06:40am General RVing Issues
RE: Knee Pain

Had an MRI on both knees today to determine what type of replacements will be needed (partial or full). My insurance will pay the bulk of it and the remainder is out of pocket, just like my DW's one full replacement one year ago.
Lynnmor 11/25/19 05:23pm Around the Campfire
RE: Winter camping

Unless the hydrant is heated, it will freeze if a hose is connected.
Lynnmor 11/25/19 05:15pm Tech Issues
RE: Extender Gas Cans

The extender kits usually use a standard outboard motor fuel tank. If you are concerned that the fuel line is too close to the running generator, simply disconnect and move away to fill it. If you do it quickly there will not be enough vacuum to shut it down. An alternative is to have two tanks and swap them out, they have quick disconnects. One thing to watch is the surface of the generator gas tank opening. Those stupid government gas cans that have the push to fill can nick the surface and allow an air leak that prevents the draw from the remote tank.
Lynnmor 11/25/19 04:56pm General RVing Issues
RE: Tesla Cybertruck

If that 9mm bullet penetrated the battery, that might make a great video.
Lynnmor 11/25/19 03:13am Tow Vehicles
RE: Wrong Equipment?

You do know that the vehicle has self leveling Autoride suspension? When they start the engine it will air up, it probably has a slow leak, a common problem with those.
Lynnmor 11/24/19 03:20pm Beginning RVing
RE: Charging electric car

If you are talking about outfitting Motorhomes with regenerative brakes to then charge a towed EV, that would require a massive regenerative system to effectively slow and stop a 40,000LB motorhome only for the benefit of a towed Prius. My personal driving experience with motorhomes is I seldom brake.I guess I'm not explaining myself properly or my idea is just too stupid. The bus is dragging the toad down the road; the toad's wheels are turning; the toad's motor(s) are turning - throw in a little regenerative braking on the toad and its battery will charge. The bus has to work a bit harder but there is no modification to the bus. That is a great argument for buying a toad that uses fuel.
Lynnmor 11/24/19 07:14am Tech Issues
RE: Lippert shock absorber replacement options

eTrailer. There might be a Monroe equiv. as they make a lot of trailer shocks/kits. I believe that Monroe discontinued trailer shock kits years ago.
Lynnmor 11/23/19 10:15am Fifth-Wheels
RE: leaking grease seal.

Wow, only three posts to get this off topic! Yes, there is a good chance the brakes have been contaminated eith grease. No matter how you try, youll never get all the grease off the brakes. Definitely have them replaced. Yep. Lots of folks have a problem with reading comprehension. They read things that are just not there. The post was about question brakes shoes. Not Wheel bearings. Where do you think the grease came from? How did it get there? Is there a way to avoid the problem in the future?
Lynnmor 11/20/19 06:35am Travel Trailers
RE: Will solid state batteries change the world?

Any battery with significantly reduced size, price or weight will change the world. Yes, and the change will be power plants being built all over the place.
Lynnmor 11/19/19 07:11am Tech Issues
RE: What is the purpose of low point drains?

If all the plumbing was sloped towards the low point with absolutely no sags, then maybe it would work. But RV's are built any which way and you can't count on draining properly.
Lynnmor 11/18/19 12:35pm Beginning RVing
RE: Tesla is now accepting reservations for semis

Looks like the 300 to 500-mile range is confirmed. OK, you go 300 miles and then let it set for a week and a half charging? If it was a good figure, I'm sure that would be presented in this phony ad. ------------------- Please do just a little research before 'assuming': 30 minutes According to Tesla, the battery will charge in 30 minutes with enough electricity to last 640 kilometers, and the truck will cost about $180,000.Apr 3, 2019 (Mod)
Lynnmor 11/17/19 02:28pm Around the Campfire
RE: It's called a Tiny Home?

I live in a rural area and tiny homes are not allowed. SECTION 305 MINIMUM HABITABLE FLOOR AREA All dwelling units shall conform to the following minimum habitable floor area: a.1 – 2 bedroom units; 700 square feet of which at least 75% of the required square footage must be encompassed in the main floor or ground level. b.Units with more than 2 bedrooms: 120 square feet additional per bedroom. Add-ons must be harmonious with the existing building structure.
Lynnmor 11/17/19 02:10pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Broken key, locked out of TT, no spare :(

Glad that is settled. I have always had two door models for convenience and safety, this lock issue is just one more reason to have more than one access. Trouble is, the industry is dropping the extra door for cost reasons.
Lynnmor 11/17/19 10:42am Travel Trailers
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