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RE: 2002 Ford Diesel 7.4 ??

I have one with over 250K. Planning to keep it forever. Still looks and rides like new, Always kept in climate controlled garage. Not as quiet and powerful as the new ones but does what I need.
Chrisatthebeach 06/27/20 12:48pm Tow Vehicles
RE: A place for Full Timers near you

Hardeeville RV, Levy SC, just across the river from Savannah GA. Clean, safe park.
Chrisatthebeach 04/07/20 11:55am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: New Years Day travel

Will be same as Christmas not much.
Chrisatthebeach 12/31/19 07:26am Roads and Routes
RE: stopping point/overnight camp between Ohio & Fort Wilderness

I used the KOA in Cartersville the last time I made that trip. Easy access to I75.
Chrisatthebeach 11/12/19 07:31am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 1996 Pace Arrow A/C Question/Help

The one on the left appears to be the low pressure switch. Unplug and jump the two with a paperclip, that will make the compressor start and the refrigerant will fill. Just because it is old does not mean it all needs replacement, I use a 1996 Explorer as my beater and it still has cold air at 300k miles.
Chrisatthebeach 09/25/19 07:12am Tech Issues
RE: Hardwood Floor Cleaner

If you get in the habit of removing your shoes when entering the house, assuming you aren't doing that already, you'll cut down on the amount of dirt tracked in immensely. X2, works wonders, no sand, vacuum weekly and rarely have to mop.
Chrisatthebeach 09/24/19 08:49am Around the Campfire
RE: Ford SuperDuty more bumpy + jittery empty, than when loaded?

The more weight you put in that box the better the ride is going to get, you may want to check the tire pressure, I lower mine when i am empty to smoothen things out a bit too, aired up to max whithout a load will cause them to wear in the middle. Wes Same here, air down unloaded, my back likes it better too.
Chrisatthebeach 09/19/19 01:21pm Truck Campers
RE: Hurricane Dorian

Finally starting to move. Down to CAT2. Prepped and ready to either go or stay, depends on wind speed. We do not have far to go to be out of evacuation zone, about 6 miles and not much more than that to a place to stay if need be. Track right now appears to be 70-80 miles offshore, which is a good thing. Will get closer after it passes here and approches Charleston.
Chrisatthebeach 09/03/19 10:43am Around the Campfire
RE: Hail Damage + Lance Aluminum roof replacement questions

Tell the adjuster just what you said here, metal roof is structural. If it is not leaking I would probably take the money and leave the roof. I prefer aluminum over rubber anyway.
Chrisatthebeach 09/03/19 10:38am Truck Campers
RE: Hurricane Dorian

We are sitting on ready to go if need be. Generator tested, 80 gallons gas on hand. Watching the tracking models. Will put up plywood tomorrow if need be and be ready to go. Praying it tracks like the model at 1100am, if so we get rain, high king tide flooding and some wind. Anything closer and away we go. The problem with leaving is getting back home, I have credentials to get by roadblocks but roads may not be passible, the downside to staying is if the storm is worse then you cannot get out and that will be worse. If not for worries of looters the decision to leave is easier, but that is why we pay insurance, just go and hope for the best. We are 20 miles from the open ocean at HHI, protected by a few curves in the river from the surge and are elevated as well. House been here since 04 and has seen a few storms without major issues but nothing this big. Hoping by the time it is up here down to a 2, if that is the case and it stays offshore we are okay. Looking outside now it is 15 minutes into high tide and water is about a foot under what we usually see with king tides. Good luck to everyone else up and down the coast. Chris
Chrisatthebeach 09/01/19 10:26am Around the Campfire
RE: Hooking up to a well

Just call a well company to check well and install pressure tank and switches. No need to get anyone else involved, that is how it works here.
Chrisatthebeach 08/24/19 07:52am Full-time RVing
RE: 2013 GMC 1500 longevity?

My brother has 470000 on his.
Chrisatthebeach 08/09/19 07:47am Tow Vehicles
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