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RE: I-70 vs I-80 road condition, which is better.

I've always picked I-80 if possible, but I'm sure there are others here with much more experience than me. I hate going up and over and Denver traffic...
Mmwtdh 05/17/21 09:27pm Roads and Routes
RE: GM announces their Electric Silverado half ton.

I wish they would give a realistic range when being used as a truck. I'm guessing 400 miles is empty, no trailer, no tool boxes or ladder racks to mess up the aerodynamics, not in four wheel drive off road, and no heat, AC, lights, wipers, defroster, etc. being used. What's the range when loaded with 1,500 pounds of tools and supplies while towing a skid loader on a trailer at night in a snow storm. That's how I seem to end up using my trucks. Do they do that with gas half tons? Do they need to? Isn't there a gas station virtually everywhere? Sure. But that’s just infrastructure. And that’s just a matter of time. Getting pretty good in the places where we travel. And I’m willing to bet there will be a lot less gas stations in 10 years than there is right now. Jmho. Now it takes me about 5 minutes to add another 400 miles of range. I'm not sure electric will be there in my lifetime.... Meh. Depends how you travel. We always stop every few hours for a bio break, lunch etc. We just charge when we are stopped. Our travel day is no longer now than when we did the same trips with a grand Cherokee. The charging thing isn’t an issue for us. Meh, most people don't want to stop every two hours and set for a while. You're a pretty small sample set.....
Mmwtdh 04/06/21 10:11pm Tow Vehicles
RE: GM announces their Electric Silverado half ton.

I wish they would give a realistic range when being used as a truck. I'm guessing 400 miles is empty, no trailer, no tool boxes or ladder racks to mess up the aerodynamics, not in four wheel drive off road, and no heat, AC, lights, wipers, defroster, etc. being used. What's the range when loaded with 1,500 pounds of tools and supplies while towing a skid loader on a trailer at night in a snow storm. That's how I seem to end up using my trucks. Do they do that with gas half tons? Do they need to? Isn't there a gas station virtually everywhere? Sure. But that’s just infrastructure. And that’s just a matter of time. Getting pretty good in the places where we travel. And I’m willing to bet there will be a lot less gas stations in 10 years than there is right now. Jmho. Now it takes me about 5 minutes to add another 400 miles of range. I'm not sure electric will be there in my lifetime....
Mmwtdh 04/06/21 09:37pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Gone through 5 water pumps in 2015 cedar creek

The water lines putting the pump in a bind? You might try flexible stainless lines for the final connection.
Mmwtdh 11/21/20 07:16am General RVing Issues
RE: Your "favorite" BBQ Grill, suggestions

Weber Q2200 works great for me.
Mmwtdh 10/13/20 05:58pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Only thing getting power is the 220V Appliance!?

Yup, this is not a do it yourself project......
Mmwtdh 10/01/20 05:39pm Tech Issues
RE: Leaving ceiling fan on while traveling

I do it all of the time. My vents point to the rear and I have Maxx covers that face the rear, so no problems. When I'm parked at home and turn the refrig on a couple of days before heading out, I make sure and let the vent fan run to keep the interior temp down and help the refrigerator.
Mmwtdh 08/05/20 09:42pm General RVing Issues
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