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RE: Supplemental brake locked up - at the wrong time.

I just finished installing the Readybrake cable and breakaway cable on my Ford Edge, and can't see any way for that to happen except for someone/thing pulling on the breakaway cable. My cables come out well above the front airdam. If yours are down that low sounds like improper installation.
zigzagrv 04/19/21 02:00pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Anyone install base plate on 2020 Escape hybrid

Maybe comparing apples to oranges, but installed Roadmaster baseplate on my 2013 Ford Edge last weekend. Instructions were very good, so just follow closely. Took less than 3 hours with my 2 talented (take after their father;) ) sons. Hardest part was installing brake and breakaway cables for my ReadyBrake surge brake. Good luck!
zigzagrv 04/18/21 07:12am Dinghy Towing
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

Over the years, and there have been many, I have made dozens of 'jigs' for projects and have them hanging all over the shop. Problem is, I have forgotten what some of them are/were for and how they were used. Your measuring jig, however, is obvious and can be used on many projects.
zigzagrv 04/06/21 07:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tragedy at NJ campground... :(

I can't believe a tragic accident happened to a young child and some are arguing about the source of the story! Despite the source, a life was lost and that is tragic. Take your opinions and biases someplace else and just show some respect and sympathy for the family of the child. STOP POLITICIZING EVERYTHING!....disgraceful!
zigzagrv 04/06/21 07:25am General RVing Issues
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

Seriously!!! Professionals prefer Stanley. They are known for their precision and durability. When two or more people are involved in manufacturing which requires each to cut a part of a finished product and using different tapes the finished product is not very quality. A 1/32" off here and a 1/16" off there has an accumulative effect on the whole assembled product. The 'rule (pun intended) of thumb' is to use the same measuring device throughout the project. Regardless of the accuracy of the device, everything should fit when finished.
zigzagrv 03/31/21 07:01am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

What type of drawer slides are you planning on using? Full extension slides are fairly heavy. The standard drawer slide would add less weight, but would add strength and rigidity to the 1/4" plywood.
zigzagrv 03/13/21 07:26am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cali planning carb tests for Class A

That's OK, I have no plans to ever go to CA again. By 2024 I will probably not be able to drive that far anyway! X2!!!
zigzagrv 03/07/21 07:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 170VAC coming from my Onan generator

This might be comparing apples to oranges, but on my Generac 5500 I had a similar problem. I had driven through a very humid and rainy day. When we pulled in for the night (boondocking) I fired up the generator to make dinner. I always take a glance at the Kill-o-watt to see the output of the gen. It was showing 155 volts. Long story short, I removed the control panel cover and found a buildup of years of dirt on the regulator module. It almost covered the connection. That plus the excessive humidity was causing a short in the connector. After thoroughly cleaning, fired up the generator and everything was fine.
zigzagrv 02/20/21 08:27am Tech Issues
RE: Have to wonder how this will effect the EV aficionados

I do not think that article is in the ballpark, let alone correct. That article was authored and published by people with an agenda. You petroleum fetishists need not worry. There will be use for your poison in one form or another for centuries to come. I understand some one having questions about energy sources going forward, but there is NO reason for me to even attempt to understand why anyone would try to not only resist but to actively discourage development and actually put down another energy source. Seems absolutely short sighted and idiotic to me! Maybe even seditious! Seems like the 're-education' project is well underway.
zigzagrv 02/07/21 08:46am Tow Vehicles
RE: I-65 Alabama

I know they were working on it a year or two ago, but haven't been on it since then. However, I-70 through Indy ranks as bad or worse than I-65 was.
zigzagrv 01/30/21 08:42am Roads and Routes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

While I appreciate your woodworking skill and creativity in building the shelf, why not just use a full extension drawer guide? They are sturdy and have a built in stop and easy to install.
zigzagrv 01/29/21 06:19am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

my wife! I hope your couch is comfortable. You will need it if she finds out you called her an applicance Lol.. :) Thanks for the laugh. The love of my life (notice how I get back on her good side;) ) is currently being my caretaker, after I had a run-in with my table saw. After 60 years of this woodworking thing, I finally had a serious accident with a power tool. I cut the tips of 2 fingers off Saturday a week ago. Get the bandage off today to see the damage. Wish me luck! BTW, this is rv related as I was cutting the frame of the tv cabinet to accommodate a larger tv.?? How are the fingers doing? Inquiring minds want to know...... Thanks for asking. They're coming along just fine. My index and middle fingers on the left hand (I'm right-handed) are about a 1/2" inch shorter (don't have to worry about trimming fingernails on those two). My butt has healed well also from where I had been kicking myself. Good to see you're back on the 'PROJECT'. Just be careful with them wicked power tools!;)
zigzagrv 01/06/21 07:12am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

my wife! I hope your couch is comfortable. You will need it if she finds out you called her an applicance Lol.. :) Thanks for the laugh. The love of my life (notice how I get back on her good side;) ) is currently being my caretaker, after I had a run-in with my table saw. After 60 years of this woodworking thing, I finally had a serious accident with a power tool. I cut the tips of 2 fingers off Saturday a week ago. Get the bandage off today to see the damage. Wish me luck! BTW, this is rv related as I was cutting the frame of the tv cabinet to accommodate a larger tv.??
zigzagrv 12/21/20 08:04am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

my wife!
zigzagrv 12/20/20 07:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Best way to clear grit and sand out of 7 pin plug??

A can of CRC contact cleaner will blast out the grit, improve electrical connection and leaves no oily residue. You can get it at most auto stores.
zigzagrv 12/17/20 07:16am Tech Issues
RE: Dinghy Towing 2008 Ford Edge FWD

Will be watching this thread as I am considering the Ford Edge in the 2011 to 2014 range. According to the Motorhome Mag. Dinghy towing guide they are OK to tow 4-down as long as you run the engine for 5 minutes or so every 6 hours. HERE'S the link to the guide.
zigzagrv 11/17/20 07:09am Dinghy Towing
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

How bout ripping a 2x4 lengthwise to the angle of the overhang and supporting it to the scaffold with a couple 2x4s till the glue sets?
zigzagrv 11/11/20 06:35am Class A Motorhomes
RE: looking for music app alternative to google play

x2 Muzio
zigzagrv 10/24/20 09:51am Technology Corner
RE: Memory leak with Firefox?

Been using 'BRAVE' browser now for about a year and have had no problems on my Windows 7 desktop, Windows 10 laptop and phone and tablet. Loads fast and blocks ads. Not a memory hog either.
zigzagrv 10/22/20 07:10am Technology Corner
RE: Easiest route from Boise, ID to Hungry Horse, MT

We took the 'easy' (but long) route. I84 to I15 to I90 to rte 93 near Missoula to Kalispel to rte 2 which runs into Hungry Horse. Long, but scenic and we were in no hurry.
zigzagrv 10/13/20 06:54am Roads and Routes
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