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RE: Nascar Follies

Hamlin's tungsten was 35lbs and cost $1,877 from the manufacturer. Crew chief, car chief and engineer all suspended for 4 races.
mooky stinks 05/26/20 07:41am Around the Campfire
RE: Do I need sway control on my trailer if my truck has TSC?

The truck's TSC is NOT a substitute for true sway control. If the truck's TSC activates, sway has already gone WAY too far. X2
mooky stinks 05/24/20 01:26pm Towing
RE: How much off MSRP now?

I talked to a salesperson at our local Camping World. She said last week they averaged 7-8 sales per day during the week and sold 23 units on Saturday. She stated she's worked 20 days straight. She also said no one wants to fly,stay in a hotel or go on a cruise so they're going camping.
mooky stinks 05/21/20 07:08pm General RVing Issues
RE: Nascar Follies

He'll be back in a cup car before too long. Diversity and sensitivity classes and someone will sponsor and employ him. Probably at a lesser salary than what he was making and FAR less than what he could've made if he was still a free agent.
mooky stinks 04/14/20 05:56pm Around the Campfire
RE: Nascar Follies
mooky stinks 04/14/20 10:26am Around the Campfire
RE: Can You Pass Through States with Stay at Home Orders?

NY is emptying the prisons to make room for the people violating the stay at home rules. I'd stay at home and not chance it. Can you imagine the storage fees for your RV while you're in the pokey? Untrue and completely irresponsible to state that
mooky stinks 03/23/20 07:32pm General RVing Issues
RE: hand sanitizer scarcity

Went shopping Monday night. Hand soap, hand sanitizer, paper towels and toilet paper were all completely sold out. I got nervous so I stopped at the liquor store on the way home. At least my insides are sterile!:)
mooky stinks 03/10/20 06:15pm Around the Campfire
RE: Portable air conditioners?

you have to have a condesate drain as well No you don't. My portable can go days and days and barely produce a few ozs of water. With the roof top A/C running as the primary source, the humidity is so low I only need to drain the holding tank when packing up to come home.
mooky stinks 03/01/20 08:08pm Travel Trailers
RE: Portable air conditioners?

I did this 2 years ago. I bought an 8000 btu, single hose to supplement our 13.5k. It works great. In my case, I didn't want to buy the bigger 15k so for $300 it was well worth it. No cooling problems at all even in direct sun in 90* high humidity with 32ft of living space. I also ran a separate 20 amp outside cord. When the weather is cool, I just leave it at home where I also use it sometimes.
mooky stinks 02/28/20 07:36pm Travel Trailers
RE: Who's the shortsighted one here

With as much thought put in about walking an extra "20 feet", I'm thinking this store sells the green stuff.;)
mooky stinks 02/28/20 06:49pm Around the Campfire
RE: School me on OTA for Dish

OP here. I do get my locals through Dish except for our local Fox station because of a contract dispute. I ended up buying a $14 OTA antenna just to watch live but may get the adapter to hook it up to my Hopper so I can still record and pause.
mooky stinks 02/27/20 06:02pm Technology Corner
RE: Nascar Follies

You can think whatever you want. That was oil not fuel. They use 0w-5 oil. You can see it running down the white panels in the trunk. It's dirty unlike fuel would be. I'm not trying to argue. There's no point in it. But its not fuel. Thank God
mooky stinks 02/18/20 01:49pm Around the Campfire
RE: Nascar Follies

Was gasoline. The video clip from the Fox coverage showed clear liquid running out of the area where the filler neck attaches to the fuel cell and onto the track under the car. What that massive fireball was when the car was airborne, oil? Gas? Both? It was not gas.It was either engine oil from the sump or from the rear end reservoir.
mooky stinks 02/18/20 10:09am Around the Campfire
RE: School me on OTA for Dish

I get all my local channels through Dish except they've removed the local Fox channel because they are in a contract dispute with them. It's been going on for months. I think I'll do the ota hooked directly to the TV for now and see how I like not having my DVR for just that channel. If it's bothersome I guess I'll have to also buy the adapter for the Hopper. Thanks for all the responses!
mooky stinks 02/17/20 07:38am Technology Corner
RE: School me on OTA for Dish

Do you not already have an OTA on your RV? If so, just add the Hopper adapter (really, the Hopper does not have an OTA connection?) and run the coax to the adapter. Sorry. I should have stated that this is on my house. So no OTA.
mooky stinks 02/16/20 04:26pm Technology Corner
School me on OTA for Dish

I need to possibly buy/install an OTA for my Dish Hopper. As far as I know I need the antenna and an adapter. Looking to keep it as cheap as possible due to it being a temporary fix to be able to get NASCAR races while Fox and Dish fight. I already tried the Fox Sports app but was still unable to use Dish as my provider. Open to any other options to be able to receive my local Fox channel.
mooky stinks 02/16/20 02:59pm Technology Corner
RE: New to is mysteries

My trailer is listed at 60. Which is 2 30 gallon tanks.
mooky stinks 01/08/20 06:58am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Truck warranty

I've seen GM deny warranty because the vehicle had a car wash pass sticker on it. Claiming the "high pressure" caused the driving light condensation. I've also seen a Honda Service Manager claim an OE headlight MUST be aftermarket because it had water in it. Neither one of these were my vehicles but close friends. My Silverado driving lights both have condensation in them that I ignore for the simple fact that I don't have time and don't need the aggravation of trying to get them warranted.
mooky stinks 01/04/20 11:32pm Tow Vehicles
RE: The TFL guys bought a 7.3L

ib516, the early Hemis were solid and reliable. The issues arose when they went to the variable cam system around 2009 which is the Hemis in question. I think the issues are more about the cylinder deactivation process more than the cam phaser. Yes and GM has had similar issues. From what I have read they are sensitive to oil change intervals and quality. If you stay on top of your oil changes they don't seem to have the issues. FWIW a good friend of mine that is a GM tech told me it's imperative to change my Silverado 5.3 by the time the OLM reaches 30% to avoid any problems.
mooky stinks 01/04/20 11:08pm Tow Vehicles
RE: The TFL guys bought a 7.3L

Who are these gas owners and why are you lumping them all together, other than to start an argument?
mooky stinks 01/02/20 12:28pm Tow Vehicles
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