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RE: Tuner like “5 Star Tune “

I’ve got a blown 2.0 Ecoboost sitting in my garage that my son “tuned”. Broke the piston. My advice for what it’s worth is don’t tune it unless you are willing to do an out of warranty engine replacement. Jeremiah
jerem0621 07/09/21 10:11am Tow Vehicles
RE: Ford as a tow vehicle

My 2011 Tahoe was one of the early AFM engines and the only time I notice it is when I am driving between 29-35mph and the thing keeps switching all the time. While towing or at any other speed it is totally imperceptible. I agree. Something is wrong. The F150 will fix the Chevy problem. Just research the issues. Sometimes the Devil you know….
jerem0621 04/29/21 08:50am Tow Vehicles
RE: DVD and Blu Ray being discontinued?

I’m still buying VHS tapes and cassettes. Lots of old content you can’t get any other way. Plus it doesn’t disappear from the digital library magically. As for camping I just download some shows and movies to my iPad and connect it to the TV. Thanks, Jeremiah.
jerem0621 04/15/21 09:43pm Technology Corner
RE: Chevy Tahoe 5.3L as tow vehicle

An oversized tranny cooler is a good idea and will have it installed before I tow anything. Any particular brand that works with Tahoe? They are kind of universal. I used a large Hayden trans cooler and a Hayden install kit from O’Reiley auto parts. Thanks! Jeremiah
jerem0621 04/09/21 08:19am Tow Vehicles
RE: Chevy Tahoe 5.3L as tow vehicle

I tow all the time with mine. 31 ft overall length TT. 25 ish ft car hauler A little set up to dial it in and she towes like it’s on rails. Thanks! Jeremiah
jerem0621 04/08/21 05:35pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Busted!

Come to Tennessee like the thousands of New Yorkers moving here ASAP. Not being political. It’s just a fact of life. This state is exploding with folks from California and New York/ New Jersey. Not sure why, can’t put my finger on it. Thanks!
jerem0621 01/04/21 10:27pm Travel Trailers
RE: How did I do this? - Bent Ball Mount

Buyer Beware is all I can say. Harbor freight is great for some things but I wouldn't touch anything that I would depend on for safety OR long life, with a 10 foot pole as they say. There is a fine line between inexpensive and cheap. Slow down there friend. This is the exact same hitch as the Pro Series round bar hitch. I know, I have both hitches. Same welds, same fittings, same everything. Even the packaging was the same with different labels. It’s called white label products, very common in our modern industry. OP, this was probably bent by the sway bars crashing into the mini balls. I’ve done that too when my sway bar install was off by about 1 inch. You can do it going forward or backwards. When you bottom out the sway bars it will do this or it will snap off the mini balls. Thanks! Jeremiah
jerem0621 01/04/21 05:44pm Towing
RE: Greasing the hitch

Yes and I just use grease from my grease gun.
jerem0621 12/26/20 02:54pm Travel Trailers
RE: Axle Ratio, new truck

Get the gear ratio you can get the best deal on. You will not notice any difference unless you tow with both of them. Thanks Jeremiah
jerem0621 11/26/20 07:59am Fifth-Wheels
RE: It’s the little things! Gravel Pad for my TT!!

Thank you all for the kind comments! I am very excited and am already planning camping trips next year. (Making reservations this week) I love living here in Tennessee and having the trailer here at the house sure is convenient. Thanks! Jeremiah
jerem0621 11/23/20 06:20pm Travel Trailers
RE: It’s the little things! Gravel Pad for my TT!!

Nice! Not allowed by my HOA -- and other things, smudge on my wall..., lol. We all make choices. :)
jerem0621 11/23/20 11:45am Travel Trailers
It’s the little things! Gravel Pad for my TT!!

I just got back from our last trip of the year (probably) and parked the TT on its new gravel pad next to the house. It’s not a huge thing but it is a nice thing to have. Check it out! Have a great thanksgiving week everyone! Thanks! Jeremiah
jerem0621 11/23/20 08:08am Travel Trailers
RE: Should I get a new Tow Vehicle or a Bigger Gas Tank?

I get about 170 miles on a tank with my Tahoe and I start hunting for fuel. I tow at 55-60 MPH That that puts me over three hours of travel. I can’t go much longer without a bathroom break and a stretch my legs break and walk around the rig and make sure everything is okay break. Keep the frontier if it meets your needs, or get a Ram with the 3.6 Pentestar. That is a bullet proof motor. Thanks, Jeremiah
jerem0621 11/23/20 08:04am Tow Vehicles
RE: GM's Max Trailering Package

Dont get too hooked up on the max trailering number. It has zero to do with real world capability Of a half ton.
jerem0621 11/07/20 02:29pm Tow Vehicles
RE: two days cold coming, not winterized yet

Ensure water tank is off, drained, and bypassed. Open low point drains, blow out the lines, close the low point drains and blow out the rest of the lines moving from the furthest faucet to the water inlet to the closest. Drain the gray water tank and the black water tank if needed . Use $2.50 gallon of RV antifreeze and run through your lines. Add pink stuff to all the s traps. The first time should take you 30 min to 1.5 hours. After that it gets much quicker after this. Takes me 20-30 minutes now because my Zinger has a dumb false mini wall I have to crawl into a storage cubby and remove before I can bypass the water heater. I do not mess around with freezing temps. Frozen lines are no fun and I have had to fight them enough. I just winterize as needed. Thanks and good luck. Thanks! Jeremiah
jerem0621 11/07/20 02:20pm Travel Trailers
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