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RE: Pockett door off track stuck in wall

I have to agree with Lou. I'd get a tension curtain rod and put a curtain over the opening to suffice to complete your trip and then deal with it when you get home and have time. Cutting the door down may not be an option as the door may not be solid. Everything in an RV is typically designed to be light.
p220sigman 09/21/23 07:21am General RVing Issues
RE: Prepaid Gift Cards/Certificates

You can also always use a service like Venmo or Zelle and just send them money directly. Chances are your bank uses one of these or a similar service.
p220sigman 08/09/23 11:53am Around the Campfire
RE: Sorta tells it all, don't it.

One of my favorites was getting a bag of peanuts out of vending machine and reading the bag while I was eating the peanuts. Right there in big letters on the back..."CAUTION!! MAY CONTAIN PEANUTS" Now it was even that there was a warning that bothered me, it was the "MAY" part.
p220sigman 06/16/23 12:22pm Around the Campfire
RE: 2004 Viking 1706LS popup camper, uneven roof lift (HELP!)

It looks kind of like a coleman style. Have you taken the cover off of the center section to see what adjustment may be inside? If it is a coleman style, take the cover off and you should see the wiffle tree with four eyebolts (one for each corner) with adjustment nuts. You adjust the length of the eyebolts to adjust the height of each corner. You can also raise the roof to extended position and put equal-length supports at each corner so the roof is at equal height on all four corners and then adjust the eyebolts as needed to lift equally.
p220sigman 06/08/23 04:29pm Tech Issues
RE: New truck. How long of a trailer can I tow?

It's a dually, it can tow anything...:B
p220sigman 04/03/23 07:14am Tow Vehicles
RE: Old truck, new look…

Great looking truck. The first things the kids had to learn before getting their full driver's license was how to properly change a tire and how check and change the oil and yes, I did test them to make sure they could safely do all of it.
p220sigman 01/23/23 01:33pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Insert pins

I've used both and never had either one lose the clip. The grooved one was easier for me because I didn't have worry about the orientation of the clip hole when putting the pin in.
p220sigman 12/05/22 10:22am Tow Vehicles
RE: Influenza 2022-2023 Experiences - Comments Etc.

We went to Myrtle Beach the first 2 weeks of October, right after the hurricane went through. The first week the wife and I were fine but the second week we both became ill with 'something'. We thought was allergies with the sneezing, runny nose stuffy head symptoms. I got body aches for 3 days along with the other symptoms....and no, we had not gotten our flu shots as yet. The stuffy head and sinus issues lingered for 2 more weeks after we got home to East TN. We have since gotten our flu shots. Schools here in TN are being closed because of a high rate of illness among the kids. Looks like we will just keep avoiding crowds and limiting our contact with others. Definitely could have been. When I had Covid, the only symptoms I had were runny nose and fatigue. Never had a cough, sneezing, headaches, fever, etc.
p220sigman 11/22/22 10:45am Around the Campfire
RE: The end of an era.

I'm kind of sad to see it go. It was always good for a laugh and occasionally even provided relevant information.
p220sigman 11/08/22 02:14pm Tow Vehicles
RE: External hard drive info??????....UPDATE

If you have a Costco nearby, they have a 1TB SSD for about $130. They also have mechanical HD for a little less, but twice the size or more. Given the reasonable cost now days, I'd go ahead and get something that I could also use as a back-up going forward (and do regular back-ups) Modern computers are very reliable, but they aren't indestructible.
p220sigman 09/27/22 12:39pm Around the Campfire
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