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RE: Mariposa crossing heading north

Playboy. After you left the secondary area how did you make the left turn to get on the road?
moisheh 01/21/20 04:12pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mariposa crossing heading north

Glad you made it ok. I font know why they do not take out one more barrier. A large RV might bot be able to follow your route.
moisheh 01/21/20 05:40am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Diesel Fuel for newer diesels

It might have been ulsd. Regardless your Volvo will have emission problems if you use lsd. Hrck Volvos and Cascadias hve emission problems with the correct fuel. I font know if your truck uses an integrated system like the fl one box. If it does repairs to that can be many thousands. That is an expensive nice rig I sure would not use the wrong fuel
moisheh 01/20/20 05:43pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Diesel Fuel for newer diesels

Js. Where did you buy that fuel?
moisheh 01/20/20 05:20am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Diesel Fuel for newer diesels

The president of mexico would disagree with you. Pemex has a public statement of the areas that will receive ulsd from Pemex. I dont think that pv is one of those areas. Your expetience is o ly pnr vehicle. There are others that will have similar experiences But I would not try it in a Mercedes powered vehicle or a 500 hp plus motorhome I would also worry about long term engine problems. How about you buy a 2020 pu and see the results. You can continue using any fuel as youdont have much to lose. A person with a new high dollar vehicle might think differently . Ed Behnke is a long time member and he should not risk damage to his vehicle because one petsontells him it is ok Gollowing the recomendations of every vehicle mfr He risks nothing There is a reason why the engineers have nade thos recommendations G M will void any guarantees of the emission and fuel systems if they suspect you are using non ulsd No drivability complaints will be warranteed . A notation is made against your vin and remains with the vehicle. Moisheh
moisheh 01/17/20 06:37pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Diesel Fuel for newer diesels

No mfr. Is goingto tell you that lsd is alright. They dont wa nt the liability Some sysrems in pu trucks are ok with the forbiden fuel. Some not. The HD systems in Motorhomes may give you problems Mercedes powered vans will likely go into limp mode. All arco stations have usa ulsd fuel. The rest probably do not except near the border. Some people use the Mexican fuel But you do not want to damage your dpf or the sensors.
moisheh 01/17/20 11:10am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mariposa crossing heading north

You could cross from the toll road buttake the bus lane It is well marked. . Extreme right lane you will be between those ridiculous jersey barriers. There is an opening that will allow you to move into the bus lane. Moisheh
moisheh 01/17/20 06:00am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mariposa crossing heading north

How big is the trailer? 5th wheel? Long wb truck? Moisheh
moisheh 01/17/20 05:48am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Great News, Pumping Real Diesel for 5 More Years

The refinery eas never built. Long term use of non ilsd will damage your DPF. In a pick up that might cost $1500 In a motorhome it could be $3000. It also afects the many sensors. Would you take a chance damaging a new $300,000 motorhome. Or even a $60,000 pickup. Those Mercede motorhomrs cannot take the Mexican fuelTo say it is an urban myth iz wrong.
moisheh 01/15/20 05:55pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: CPAP and CBD oil

I would never cross the Mexican border with that oil. It does not matter what is on the label. I would not even cross from Canada to the US with that product
moisheh 01/08/20 12:47pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Central America trip

Some tire sizes are not available . Carry a spare tire. Do not leave the usa with worn tires .
moisheh 01/07/20 07:28pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Central America trip

I made a spelling error. There is no Coachman. The unit owned by Navigator was made by a totally different company Coachmen is now nade by Forest River.I stand by comments on quality. Moisheh
moisheh 01/07/20 01:37pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Central America trip

Coachman is not one the better units. I think it is made by Forest River. Just another slapped together unite. There are a few mfrs. That produce quality Join one the class c forums for more info. Stsy away from the well known names. They are toothpicks on wheels. Bad roads will destroy the cheap units. Be prepared to pay for quality. Have a great trip!!
moisheh 01/07/20 06:17am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Great News, Pumping Real Diesel for 5 More Years

Chris: You and I often disagree but you are 100% correct. I do not understand why he has such a high approval rating. Amlo may be highly rducated but he is naive. What will happen to Mexico in 5 years??
moisheh 01/01/20 03:22pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Great News, Pumping Real Diesel for 5 More Years

Why would Pemex need to mark the pumps? There are no Mexican behicles sold by dealets that require ULSD. They can burn either fuel. Even ARCO does not mark the pumps But they do advertise that they sell USA fuel. It is shameful that Mexico is polluting the environment. Moisheh C
moisheh 01/01/20 06:52am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Having an RV in Mexico when residente permanente

As others have stated never rely on a translation. You cango to any major Hacienda office a nd get sn answer to your question. Or get a lawyer to write to them gor a ruling
moisheh 12/31/19 05:09pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Great News, Pumping Real Diesel for 5 More Years

Semantics. I think the article means to say that companies means non Pemex franchise holders When one has a Pemex franchise you follow their rules. Very strict. Besides they cannot sell other than Pemex supplied fuel So if Pemex does not supply Ulad in your state they do take orders for that fuel. To interpret that statement as you stated makes no sense,
moisheh 12/31/19 05:04pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Great News, Pumping Real Diesel for 5 More Years

It seems that Mexican diesel is no longer high cetane. The signs say 45 cetane That is the same as US fuel. Moisheh
moisheh 12/31/19 02:26pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Great News, Pumping Real Diesel for 5 More Years

The link is in the first post It lists the states where ulsd will be sold by Pemex. Amlo had to change the date for availability as they cannot produce very much. Amlo is upset as they lose money on imported fuel. He is battling with Pemex.
moisheh 12/31/19 02:23pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Having an RV in Mexico when residente permanente

I was referring to the changes a few years back. The import fees doubled and the permissible years changed. Unless one has a special reason for importing a car it is easier and cheaper to buy one in Mexico I mentioned the chocolates is whenever the auto dealers complain the temporary import of vehicles can become stricter. Witness the bond process that began about 7 year ago. There are elements in amlo's cabinet that wants to eliminate illegal cars. Others officials just want to fine the owners. Either way if the Hacienda sends out the Gestapo anyone with iffy papers could get caught up in a mess. Aren't you the fellow that is involved in importing vehicles and hauling trailers?
moisheh 12/31/19 02:07pm RVing in Mexico and South America
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