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RE: Do you know....

I don't think they even allowed those in Arkansas. Lived here all my life of 56 years and don't ever remember seeing a set for sale.
cougar28 02/20/21 05:30pm Around the Campfire
RE: Texas winterizing...

I don't understand why all the house flooding because of busted water lines. Do people not think anymore. You know your not going to have power for several days and know you have no heat and it's below freezing. Turn the dang water main valve off! At least you you may have to repair a busted pipe somewhere later but it's not going to flood the house.
cougar28 02/19/21 08:01pm Around the Campfire
RE: Cordless blowers

I have the Milwaukee M18 Fuel blower works great.
cougar28 02/18/21 07:17pm General RVing Issues
RE: Front Cap Cover

There's a company called Bug Banner that make a cap cover.
cougar28 02/15/21 05:51pm General RVing Issues
RE: New to this

Try finding an F350 diesel with a 7.3. and low miles. The last year that engines was available was 2003. Finding one in decent condition and less than 250,000 miles is next to impossible. Or a F250 for that matter! I have a 02 F250 7.3 4door 4X4 126K miles I bought it new. I get offers at least once every couple month from people wanting to buy it and some close to 75% of what I bought it for! It's crazy what the older diesel's are selling for with low mile and good shape.
cougar28 02/04/21 05:59pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: I just got the new RV Magazine

I thought the second issue was worse than the first. There wasn't one article that interested me in the least. The rest of my subscription will probably go straight from the mailbox to the trash.
cougar28 01/24/21 12:04pm Good Sam Club
RE: Chock RV on snow/ice. NEED HELP!!!

Just get you some #10 1/2 long hexed head sheet metal screw and screw into the bottom of the rubber chock. Those will bite into the ice and keep them from slipping. You can always remove them for better weather camping. Do you mean to use the hex head as the ice stud pointing down, with the threaded party of the screw biting up into the chock? I had considered running screws through a 2x6 with just enough of the threaded tip pointing out to act as the ice studs. You think the hex head would bite better? And once I got 6' of 2x6, I'd still have enough room to pull up on my levelers for full leveling. Yes using the head as the ice stud. Better -can't say for sure but I've used many of them over the year for ice studs in off road tire -atv-sxs and dirt bike. You can also buy them specifically for just that.
cougar28 01/09/21 03:22pm Travel Trailers
RE: Chock RV on snow/ice. NEED HELP!!!

Just get you some #10 1/2 long hexed head sheet metal screw and screw into the bottom of the rubber chock. Those will bite into the ice and keep them from slipping. You can always remove them for better weather camping.
cougar28 01/09/21 06:29am Travel Trailers
RE: I just got the new RV Magazine

Just about what I had expected. Left out all the monthly articles I enjoyed in the Trailer Life. I don't really think there's that much more advertisement in it than in a lot of other magazines. Just not many articles that interest me. This is the only magazine subscription that I still have and it run out in 10 months. So guess I'll give it a few months to see if there's any change.
cougar28 01/02/21 03:11pm Good Sam Club
RE: Scary Incidents in Life, Part 1

Carrying bear spray, is better than a gun and way better than nothing at all. All depends on what gun and who's holding it.
cougar28 12/28/20 06:29pm Around the Campfire
RE: Busted!

I've lived on my 70 acers 5 miles outside of any town for 30 years. A few years ago the county passed a law that anything being built has to have a permit. I had a open carport put up and didn't know about the permit and you would have swore by them I murdered someone because they didn't get there $25 permit fee!! I don't see how people living in town put up with there ****!
cougar28 12/28/20 06:11pm Travel Trailers
RE: Skywatchers: Get ready for the Great Conjunction

Dang I missed it. Guess I'll just have to hang around for the next time!
cougar28 12/21/20 07:46pm Around the Campfire
RE: Problem with outside taps in my Cougar 5th

This may not help but here's what I found that helps. I have the outside shower on the back side and a cold water connection on the front side. On the outside shower (has both hot and cold) after turning off water -release the pressure on the hose before disconnecting it. This way the quick connect is not under pressure reconnecting it. Never had a problem connecting after doing this. The one on the front is hard to connect under pressure (has no shut off valve). A couple of time I've shut off the main water supply (water pump or city water) release line pressure by opening a inside faucet then connect which made it easy. Mine is hard to connect while the line is under pressure-easy without pressure.
cougar28 11/10/20 06:14pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Floors

Jayco uses "5/8 in. tongue-and-groove joined plywood floor decking" in a lot of there models.
cougar28 09/22/20 06:35pm Travel Trailers
RE: My luck ran out,, Hail Storm.

I feel your pain. 2 years ago all hooked up and ready to pull out to go camping the next morning. Hail storm came through about midnight golf ball size. $3,700 damage to my truck had insurance- 5er no insurance $2,200 out of pocket. We had decided only a day before to go early otherwise they would have been still under cover if we were leaving the evening instead of early morning.
cougar28 09/07/20 06:56pm General RVing Issues
RE: What's Your "Theme"?

We let our grandson do our. Toys all over the place! LOL
cougar28 09/01/20 12:14pm General RVing Issues
RE: How to tow & push BACKWARDS?

Put in the post but chain a pulley to it. Attach a cable to the front of the rv go through the pulley back under the rv and attached to your pickup. Now your pulling it in.
cougar28 09/01/20 12:08pm Travel Trailers
RE: Water refill when dry camping What's the bucket looking thing on the ground around the landing gear foot for?
cougar28 08/29/20 07:03pm General RVing Issues
RE: Moving on up... to the mountains!

Looks good. Congrats on the house and property. It nice to have room for the toys at home. I'm blessed with that bought my house with 70 acers 30 years ago. Only problem I keep building storage buildings and buying more toys! LOL
cougar28 08/29/20 09:53am General RVing Issues
RE: What to do with my hitch

Take mine out every year. I use my tractor with pallet forks. I put the hitch on the pallet and put it under the 5er overhang while the 5er is in storage building.
cougar28 08/28/20 12:40pm Fifth-Wheels
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