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RE: Who uses a pop-up canopy?

We've used a 12 x 12 for years. Because the awning on our pop-up is small, we usually use it in place of the awning.
p220sigman 12/01/20 08:30pm General RVing Issues
RE: Celebrities who have passed for $100, please...

He will be missed. As with replacing any icon, you don't want to be the first one following the person. The bar that is set is usually insurmountable in the short term.
p220sigman 11/09/20 09:16am Around the Campfire
RE: Air Bag Problem

There is a leak somewhere. You didn't say if it was factory air bags, but I'm assuming it is based on the sagging. For aftermarket bags, the shocks/existing springs should maintain the ride height unless they were removed. A spray bottle of soapy water should let you find the leak pretty quickly.
p220sigman 10/28/20 08:09am Tow Vehicles
RE: GM’s official run at Tesla starts with its E Hummer debut.

I was kind of thinking the lane change thing maybe. I don't off-road so I wasn't sure if there was an application there or not. For parallel parking, it would be great if the wheels turned 90 degrees. Then you could just pull up even with the spot, turn the wheels and slide right in. Just seems like a gimmick to try to add something unique. The parking thing...another 'new' old idea. :) That was what made me think of the parking idea. I guess it is moot for me since I won't be buying one. I don't need another mortgage, especially for a vehicle.
p220sigman 10/22/20 05:59am Tow Vehicles
RE: GM’s official run at Tesla starts with its E Hummer debut.

I was kind of thinking the lane change thing maybe. I don't off-road so I wasn't sure if there was an application there or not. For parallel parking, it would be great if the wheels turned 90 degrees. Then you could just pull up even with the spot, turn the wheels and slide right in. Just seems like a gimmick to try to add something unique.
p220sigman 10/21/20 03:06pm Tow Vehicles
RE: favorite tow vehicle for small trailer??

Of the ones on your list, I'd probably rank them thusly: Highlander Ascent Passport Outback (last mainly due to the tow rating) I too would be a little leary of towing with a CVT. Of course, if you are looking at a new Highlander with the 8 speed transmission, there have been some complaints about it too so who knows?
p220sigman 10/21/20 02:14pm Tow Vehicles
RE: GM’s official run at Tesla starts with its E Hummer debut.

I ask this question in all seriousness, outside of some off-road conditions (I assume), why would you need a vehicle to be able to "crabwalk"? I can't think of a driving situation I've been in where that would be useful.
p220sigman 10/21/20 12:55pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Tesla Semi truck unveil & test ride set for Oct 26th !

Also of note on GM, they are producing the highest priced version first. Seems to me there was a big uproar raised about 200 pages back about Tesla producing the highest level Model 3 first and waiting to release the lowest price one until last.
p220sigman 10/21/20 12:52pm Tow Vehicles
RE: favorite tow vehicle for small trailer??

Of the ones you listed, I think the Highlander has the highest towing capacity so with it and a <3500 trailer you aren't at the limits. The Outback will probably have the best non-towing MPG. I don't know if you have considered the Subaru Ascent or not. It is a little larger than the Outback, but can have a 5000 capacity. Mileage isn't terrible either. I can't say how any of them will tow as I don't have any experience with any of them. We towed our Popup that was close to 3500 total weight with our Toyota Sienna and it did great, but I'm not sure I'd want to tow a full-height trailer right at that limit with minivan.
p220sigman 10/19/20 09:29am Tow Vehicles
RE: Ford 6L diesel in the news again

Like with any consumer product, people don't necessarily never buy a manufacturer's products again if they have problems, but a lot of times it does depend on how the company responds to the problems. My wife's uncle owned a Ford Taurus wagon that he complained about ignition issues with for a couple years and Ford steadfastly denied any issues existed. One day, they came out to the car on fire under their carport. Luckily, they were able to hold the fire at bay until the fire department arrived to finish the job so the house didn't sustain significant damage. The cause of the fire? It started in the area of the ignition cylinder. Ford continued to deny it was an issue. To this day, my wife refuses to even consider a Ford product based on this. She will tell you that it isn't that the car had issues, but it was the way Ford dealt with it.
p220sigman 10/15/20 11:48am Tow Vehicles
RE: fan Clutch on Diesel

As was said, something is making the clutch go out. The odds of having 4 fan clutches just go bad are likely astronomical. He needs to figure out what is causing them to go bad or look to see if there is an option for an electric fan and do away with the fan clutch all together.
p220sigman 10/07/20 04:55pm Around the Campfire
RE: Times Up, Told You So, DirecTV is Dead

Wow my thread has grown to 13 pages now. Hard habits are hard to break and as one ages they tend to not to want change but change still happens.. Cars killed the horse and buggy. Cell phones killed payphones and internet is killing traditional TV service. And soon electric cars/trucks will kill the internal combustion engine. :C Things that were designed well and really work well are hard to break or kill. Cars did not kill the "horse and buggy", Have you not heard of the Amish? They STILL use Horse and Buggy as their primary means of transportation. Cell phones did not kill the payphones, there ARE still payphones out there, a bit hard to find now days but still out there. Cellphones do not have 100% coverage everywhere, there are vast areas of land once you get outside of the big city that has either very poor or no cell signal at all. Internet has not killed traditional TV and will not anytime soon, I know quite a lot of families that use OTA only TV, or Sat TV to get their news and entertainment. And you are 100% incorrect on Electric Vehicles killing off Gas/Diesel vehicles, that is the dogooders/treehuggers well intentioned but misdirected folks who do not realize that all they are doing is trading one evil for another then turned into a political three ring circus. You do realize EV is nothing new? in the 1880s car manufacturers were not only experimenting with steam, gas and Diesel but ELECTRIC cars also.. I know, I own a EV from 1901.. It was converted to a gasoline engine in 1903 or so because there was no commercial electricity whee the new owner bought it.. Killing every gas and Diesel vehicle means that the electrical grid would have to have 100% coverage not just in the US but the world.. You do realize that as advanced as the US is, there are vast areas where there is no electrical grid.. It is called INFRASTRUCTURE, it is costly to build out a 100% coverage infrastructure. It is costly to maintain 100% infrastructure. 100% infrastructure will be prohibitively too expensive for for companies to make enough profit to make the coverage low enough for every people to afford. And for the record, I am not against streaming, cellphones or even electric vehicles. While I do give Musk some credit, it is not good credit, he is basically another "PT Barnum", another "showman", gives some flash and bang, bunches of promises and hope and rake in the money.. He is very rich just for saying words that tickle your ears. I do not know with your beef is with Direct TV, but you sure have a hate for them, I guess you feel ripped off by them, wait until all that free streaming goes to pay streaming and that cheap company Internet you get goes away and you HAVE to pay full price for speeds barely fast enough to stream SD video at very low resolution. And yes, folks are correct, you are a troll :R because you do not accept the reality that in real life pretty much everything you deem no good or faulty is still alive and well and will be for longer than your or my lifetime.. Well now, there you go bringing facts into this. What are you thinking???:D
p220sigman 10/01/20 10:54am Technology Corner
RE: Portable Wind Turbine as a power supplement?

I would second having a second alternator to charge the battery bank while driving. I would guess in most situations, you are not charging them from fully dead, but rather just topping off since you have solar and the generator to help when you are set up. Way less involved and complex.
p220sigman 09/18/20 05:58am Tech Issues
RE: What to make of this......

I have to agree. The job would be over for me. I don't mind and have participated in patrol dog training, but it was voluntary and appropriate safety gear and instructions were provided. There is no reason for the handler to not immediately recall the dog.
p220sigman 09/15/20 10:52am Around the Campfire
RE: Assistance for 2019 Subaru Outback Fuse needed

Look in the spare tire well. There was an inline fuse there. I think you have to remove the tool tray and tire. It was on the right side if I remember correctly.
p220sigman 09/15/20 06:13am Tow Vehicles
RE: Verizon cell signal lost at night

If your phone is older, you might experience weird actions. I find that I have to restart my phone more often now that it is older. It will start dropping calls or having calls not go through. I can restart and it works fine after that for a while and then happens again. Seems to be about every three weeks or so right now.
p220sigman 09/10/20 05:48am Technology Corner
RE: Food for thought

Isn't egg salad still chicken salad? Not if it isn't made from chicken eggs. Granted, I've never heard of someone making it from quail or duck eggs, but you could.
p220sigman 09/09/20 08:15am Around the Campfire
RE: Need advise on which new truck - 1/2 ton or 3/4 ton?

You said you guys will be pulling 12 months out of the year. A half ton is designed for occasional light towing. A 3/4 or 1 ton is designed to be worked to the max capabilities every day of the year. If I was planning on towing 12 months out of the year, I would get a bigger truck even though you don't necessarily "need" the payload or tow ratings of the bigger truck (at least not right now!) For the minimal price difference, you are getting substantially more truck. Heavier frame, brakes, wheels/tires, cooling system, etc. Your towing experience will be much more comfortable in a heavier truck as well. You'll get less push/pull in a heavier truck then a lighter truck. This is probably the best advice you've gotten. Personally, I'd rather be on the lower end of a tow vehicles capabilities than the upper end if at all possible.
p220sigman 09/04/20 10:12am Tow Vehicles
RE: Bowled the First 800 Three Game Series of My Life !!!!!

That is awesome. I probably haven't scored 800 points in all of my bowling. I was in the lane next to a guy that missed his first 300 game by 3 pins. He was disappointed to say the least.
p220sigman 08/24/20 12:29pm Around the Campfire
RE: 2016 Ram short bed 6.7 diesel 2500 payload close to max

As was said, if 2100 is dry weight, you will be way over by the time you add the hitch and anything else that inevitably gets added.
p220sigman 08/22/20 08:34pm Tow Vehicles
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