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RE: Half ton towing

I like it when people ask about towing with my f150 at the campground. Sometimes it goes long enough that I mention the HDPP and they look at me like I have 2 heads. They have no idea what it is or that it’s available. I’m sure some of them walk away thinking I’m making it up.
mooky stinks 12/08/21 08:35pm Travel Trailers
RE: Towing With Water Pump Switched On. Burn Up Pump??

I would just carry a gallon jug of water to fill the toilet bowl and leave the pump off to avoid mishaps. I actually just leave pressure in my lines and I can flush a few times before needing to turn the pump on also.
mooky stinks 11/21/21 04:17am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Nascar Follies

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mooky stinks 10/11/21 05:40pm Around the Campfire
RE: Pet peeve, neighbors leave porch light on

Both responses are what I expected from keyboard tough guys. The constant monitoring of this thread from both of you confirms exactly what I stated. Thanks for the laugh
mooky stinks 09/28/21 07:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: Pet peeve, neighbors leave porch light on

But is one camper's habit of leaving their outdoor light(s) on all night the campground's environment? Or is it an individual camper's idiosyncrasy? For me, I would say follow the lighting protocol of the campground. So, if the campground has no artificial lighting then leaving a porch light on all night would be a no-no. If there are lights outside the restrooms that are on all night, then a porch light would be reasonable. If there are "street lights", then additional lighting would be acceptable. And the campground may have different sections that differ in what's acceptable. A campground I visit often is like that. When you drive in, there is a long stretch with full hookup sites and "street lights". Around a corner is a loop with just electric and water. This loop has no " street lights" but has an outdoor light at the restrooms. Another section is dry, but has the outdoor bathroom light. The loop I stay at is dry, no "street lights", and a vault toilet with no lights at all. Across the road are three group sites with varying degrees of lighting. If someone came to " my" loop and left their porch light on all night, I'd take issue. But it'd be fine in the other sections. I can’t believe what I just readSeemed pretty straight forward and reasonable. Can't wrap your head around that? What I’m wrapping my head around is there’s a bunch of controlling (at least trying) bullies that try to dictate what’s acceptable (to them) of what you can and cannot do in a campground that they don’t own and that has no rules against. If you want to control every aspect of the night in a campground, do everyone a favor and either stay home or camp out in the desert. If seen enough in my lifetime of camping to know when someone is just an *******. For example “if someone came to “my” loop”. and also earlier in the thread “I’ve got the right to swing”. I’d welcome anyone to my door to ***** about a porch light(btw, I don’t even have one). I’d be willing to bet it would be “lights out” for one of us. I hope I dumbed it down enough for ya.
mooky stinks 09/28/21 05:51pm General RVing Issues
RE: Pet peeve, neighbors leave porch light on

But is one camper's habit of leaving their outdoor light(s) on all night the campground's environment? Or is it an individual camper's idiosyncrasy? For me, I would say follow the lighting protocol of the campground. So, if the campground has no artificial lighting then leaving a porch light on all night would be a no-no. If there are lights outside the restrooms that are on all night, then a porch light would be reasonable. If there are "street lights", then additional lighting would be acceptable. And the campground may have different sections that differ in what's acceptable. A campground I visit often is like that. When you drive in, there is a long stretch with full hookup sites and "street lights". Around a corner is a loop with just electric and water. This loop has no " street lights" but has an outdoor light at the restrooms. Another section is dry, but has the outdoor bathroom light. The loop I stay at is dry, no "street lights", and a vault toilet with no lights at all. Across the road are three group sites with varying degrees of lighting. If someone came to " my" loop and left their porch light on all night, I'd take issue. But it'd be fine in the other sections. I can’t believe what I just read
mooky stinks 09/28/21 01:23pm General RVing Issues
RE: Pet peeve, neighbors leave porch light on

The next full moon is October 20th. I wonder how many in this thread will be shaking their fist at it?
mooky stinks 09/27/21 09:27am General RVing Issues
RE: Pet peeve, neighbors leave porch light on

I’m wondering what some of you do when you have to camp near a bathroom or shower building? Or god forbid, a streetlight? Do you complain about those too? Maybe you should rent 3 or 4 sites so a simple porch light won’t keep you up all night. Maybe start a campground that has a “lights out” rule 30 minutes after sunset? Good grief
mooky stinks 09/26/21 08:42pm General RVing Issues
RE: How to carry blackstone griddle

Sounds like some people aren’t flipping the griddle over before storing it? That solves worrying about getting grease inside the bag.
mooky stinks 09/09/21 11:09pm General RVing Issues
RE: 2022 HD trucks delivery date

My local dealer has had 0 Super Duty’s delivered in the last 5 months. He has had several used ones for 50-60K.
mooky stinks 09/05/21 10:11pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Endurance Tires

The trailer shows a 7495 GVWR = 1875 lbs per tire.... Dry weight says around 6265 = 1560 lbs per tire.... This = around 1200 lbs of CCC so most likely the trailer will weigh close to its 7495 lb max gvwr. The Endurance ST 205/75-15 load D at 65 psi and a 2175 lb load capacity will give the trailer a nice 15% load reserve capacity. ? Some tire dealers have excellent experience with trailer wheels tech and tires tech (matching pressures/load capacities/proper width/etc).......others ??. For this trailer I would stick with the OEM sizes/load ranges. edit ....jim Are you forgetting tongue weight deducts from axle weight? The 7500 GVW would be closer to 6500 on the axles.
mooky stinks 08/29/21 03:14pm Towing
RE: Big Tires pulling Small tires.

Many open snowmobile trailers have 8-10” rims and tires that have 20” diameters. Highway towing is NOT an issue. In fact etrailer has tires that are rated for 81mph. As long as the bearings have the proper maintenance and the axle isn’t overloaded there’s nothing to be concerned about. Plenty of cars had 13” wheels 20 years ago.
mooky stinks 08/22/21 04:01pm Towing
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