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RE: Gasoline vs Battery Energy Density Explained

Problem with ice engine is, NOT a single auto maker cares about improving its eficiency. Do you REALLY believe this? You don't think that a year 2020 engine is more efficient than a 1985 engine? Spend five minutes researching vehicle mileage ratings through the years before spewing out your baseless claims. Show me ONE auto manufacturer that has not improved the efficiency of its engines in the last few decades. I'm guessing your real problem is that they didn't use Smoky's hot vapor engine or the Coates rotary valve engine to do it.
kellertx5er 03/12/20 01:47pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Dish Network/Carryout G2+

Wouldn’t Dish be the best source? No. The best sources are those who have actually used the equipment. Those who are trying to sell you something will tell you anything to get you to buy. Thanks for the info Bill.
kellertx5er 03/11/20 03:18pm Technology Corner
Dish Network/Carryout G2+

We have a Winegard Carryout G2+ dome antenna, recently dumped DirecTV after 20 years. Instructions say Dish Hopper/Joey system will not work with G2+. What Dish equipment can I use with this dome? Would really like to have DVR capability. Have done a little research and it looks like the choices are pretty slim.
kellertx5er 03/10/20 03:49pm Technology Corner
RE: Just repllaced TV tires

Funny, I have had three sets of TransForce over the years and never experienced a lack of traction. :h
kellertx5er 02/18/20 03:00pm General RVing Issues
RE: Mens' belts left or right

If you’re left handed it’s the other way round. Think about it. Lefty here, I concur.
kellertx5er 11/22/19 02:29pm Around the Campfire
RE: A Question Are you limited to life on pavement

Being a bit judgemental today aren't you? Why should the way you want to do things be the best way? When did "Do it my way, or you're wrong" become the mantra for so many people? Pretty much describes most of what I see in here.
kellertx5er 11/20/19 01:42pm General RVing Issues
RE: IOTA Circuit breaker Box

I asked about 50 or 30 amp service because you CANNOT add excess amp draw to a 30 amp box. 30 amp RV boxes are designed for the 30 amp load in the RV and are designed to split the loads to total 30 amp. If you are trying to run an extra 20 amp circuit and appliance you will overload and trip the Main 30 amp breaker in the Breaker box or the CG pedestal pole breaker. Not really dangerous as the breakers will do their job but just an annoyance. Doug 30A boxes are already overloaded. Try running a/c, water heater, refrigerator, lights and one good plug load at the same time. A bigger issue to note about adding circuits is the NEC only allows five branch circuits from a 30A panel. This note only applies if you actually care what the NEC says.
kellertx5er 11/18/19 03:39pm Tech Issues
RE: Is this normal for a 30 amp breaker

Is it a single or dual breaker? They often use a 30/20 for main/air conditioner, which more than doubles the current carried. Give this man a cigar! This breaker combo is all too common and puts most of the heat into one breaker package. When running a/c in 90+ temps that breaker pair will get pretty warm no matter how good the connections.
kellertx5er 11/12/19 01:46pm General RVing Issues
RE: Electric brakes self adjusting?

Best answer I can give is 'maybe'. You'll just have to consult your manual or pull a drum and look. Pretty sure most are manually adjusted, mine are.
kellertx5er 07/19/19 03:52pm Fifth-Wheels
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