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RE: Southeast Massachusetts to Nashville TN

Our route through there is I-195 to Providence, then I-95 to Old Lyme CT, CT 9 to Middletown then 66/I-691 to I-84. They just finished rebuilding I-84 through Waterbury and Danbury, so if you've been avoiding it, it's better now. From there you have a couple of choices. You can stay on I-84 all the way to Scranton to pick up I-81 or take US209 down the Delaware Water Gap and pick up I-80 to I-81. The roads around the NYC metro area are pretty dismal. The new Tappan Zee bridge is great, but the roads to it are still 3 lane and very crowded. X2
suprz 01/20/20 08:25am Roads and Routes
RE: THOR Motor Coach

The old saying "you get what you pay for " speaks volumes about Thor products. I worked at a dealership that sold them. They were usually 20-25 thousand cheaper than other brands, and the fit and finish quality showed why.
suprz 01/19/20 05:31am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Northern Utah and Idaho in 2020

Craters of the Moon and Arco and Atomic City. X2
suprz 01/16/20 05:41pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Badlands

Yeah if that is the KOA in Scenic SD it is an excellent camp spot plus it is right outside the park entrance. We stayed there last year, good enough to be close to the entrance. No cell signals, and there were a billion gnats when we were there (middle of September).
suprz 01/15/20 03:39am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Ford E450 window vent shades?

Does anyone have these installed?. Just wondering if they cut down on the wind noise with the windows down
suprz 01/08/20 01:51pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Black Ice Detectors

I drive slow and let the "fast guy" be my black ice detector. Also - remember that bridges tend to freeze quicker than roads - learned that the hard way (40 yrs ago). X 2. Or, when I notice that I'm suddenly feeling like I'm on a revolving deja vu carnival ride, with the same landscapes appearing to fly past me, over, and over, and over, again in a circular way. Had the same experience when the rear of my car tried to beat the front end to the other side of the bridge!
suprz 01/01/20 06:09am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Wilson sleek install hints?

Pay attention to the antenna spacing requirements. The modern dual antenna systems automatically turn down the power to prevent feedback between the antennas. Too close vertically or horizontally & you will get very little gain from the system. Getting conflicting opinions from wilson... one rep says yes to a ground plane, one says not needed, and no separation of the antenna is necessary..(neither of which I believe) but for consistency they both tried to upsell me to a different booster because this one doesn't get 4G..(even though the box states 4G & 3G compatibility). which I don't care about, seeing how this booster is just to help get a better signal. I mean after all I'm gonna be camping!
suprz 12/31/19 12:08pm Technology Corner
RE: Yellowstone / Old Faithful area

The best is Grizzly in West Yellowstone; there are other nice ones in West Yellowstone. It's about a 30 minute drive depending on what animals show up along the way. X2
suprz 12/28/19 04:46am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Wilson sleek install hints?

many of the wilson antennas have a built in ground plane so you don't need an to make a metal plate. In general the magnet mounts require a ground plane. check the spec's on the antenna you got. It's the stock magnetic mount shark fin looking one. And it will be mounted on the top front of the class c overhang. I figure that will allow me to route the wire into the RV thru the front roof vent. I dont have a bunk up front but have the entertainment center option, so there is plenty of space for the booster etc.
suprz 12/27/19 11:09am Technology Corner
Wilson sleek install hints?

I got a Wilson sleek cellphone signal booster and want to use it in my class c. If anyone has any ideas, or tricks for installing in a RV please don't hesitate to post them. I already know that I have to have at least a 8x8 piece of metal for the antenna to use as a ground plane for better signal reception. Thx
suprz 12/25/19 01:23pm Technology Corner
RE: Stabil or Seafoam for long term gas can storage?

Sea Foam appears to be a corporation with many products. Which one should I use to prevent carburetor problems with the snowthrower and riding lawnmower? I always use gas free of ethanol grass Trimmers. I had a Stihl and it needed a new carburetor every spring until I gave it away. Now I’m hoping a Home Depot brand will be better. search finds 100,000 Sea Foam products. Locally, in automobile repair shops I see maybe a dozen. Which one to buy? If using ethanol free gas, I would just run the engine out of fuel and put it away for winter. But if you want to use seafoam, I just eyeball about a shot glass of seafoam per gallon of gas.
suprz 12/07/19 05:36am Tech Issues
RE: Stabil or Seafoam for long term gas can storage? Available at any big box auto parts store. I buy it in gallon cans and refill a couple of the 16 oz cans. https://images-na.ssl-images- width=160 I have never seen it in gallon cans.. I wish I could get one of those
suprz 12/07/19 05:27am Tech Issues
RE: Stabil or Seafoam for long term gas can storage?

suprz, is it ok to use Seafoam in the oil?? It seems like that would mess with the viscosity, which would reduce the ability of the oil to lubricate moving parts. But I am, once again, revealing my ignorance -- I really know nothing about the chemistry of engine oils. In small amounts it would be. It would be run with the oil to loosen up any sludge, and built up carbon. I would only run it in an engine that I knew was on the way out to see if it helped. Like that YouTube person, his hydraulic lifters were probably sludged up and they weren't getting enough oil up to the top of the engine and causing the lifter tick. Seafoam being basically thinner with some cleaning characteristics would liquify the sludge allowing the oil to get to the lifters etc.. I would not run it in the oil for an extended time, and change the oil soon after using it
suprz 12/06/19 10:41am Tech Issues
RE: Stabil or Seafoam for long term gas can storage?

There's a YouTube channel named Project Farm. This guy does semi-scientific comparisons of a bunch of stuff and did one recently comparing fuel stabilizers (excluding Stabil), but he has a lot of videos on the topic. He's not a fan of Seafoam. I watched the video where he had a high mileage Ford ranger with the typical lifter tick etc.. he used seafoam in the oil, gas and the throttle body, and the tick was gone. Truck ran and idled better. He even did a one year update and the truck was still running and driving better. You sure he's not a fan?
suprz 12/06/19 03:32am Tech Issues
RE: Yellowstone 2020

We were there in 2018. In Sept and it was still packed! We used a rental car to get around in the park. I did not see a lot of space available for a class B van let alone any size class C in the more popular attractions parking lots. Even with a smaller class C it will be tough. Only if I were first in line to get in, would i consider the class C. Upon our departure, we did take our class C (31ft) thru the park to go south to Grand Teton NP, and it was no problem because we weren't stopping anywhere and just driving thru
suprz 12/02/19 03:35am Roads and Routes
RE: Stabil or Seafoam for long term gas can storage?

I see a product up here called TrueFuel. Ethanol free. Also sells a 2 stroke fuel. Never used it but seriously considering. I use that in my 2 stroke weed whacker all I ever do with that is run the carb dry and put it away in the winter. Never have a problem with it in the spring. Everything else gets seafoam. Trufuel is non ethanol. Other than give cars worse gas mileage (which would negate the so called "clean air" aspect of running ethanol in your engine, and making the manufacturer's of carb cleaning products very rich, the fed subsidies for farmers... ethanol is the devil for gasoline burning engines. My own opinion is that seeing how much farmers need subsidies from producing ethanol corn, it is a ingrained business that can't go away without killing a large portion of the farming economy. but that's just my opinion
suprz 11/30/19 06:58am Tech Issues
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