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RE: Coal-Rolling Teen Pickup Truck Driver Hits Six Cyclists

Just yesterday near me, a runner was mowed down on a road so straight that you could snap a chalk line from one end to the other.
Lynnmor 10/20/21 04:36pm Around the Campfire
RE: Wheel Bearings - re-grease?

He said that it was "greased" 2,000 miles ago. If that included a complete cleaning and inspection of the bearings and then a repack with the proper grease followed by the correct bearing and brake adjustment, then he is good to go for thousands of miles. What are the chances that the service was done correctly?
Lynnmor 10/20/21 02:32pm Tech Issues
RE: Hello

They are out test driving electric trucks, they can't respond sitting by the side of the road with dead batteries.
Lynnmor 10/19/21 07:22am Tow Vehicles
RE: Amps/voltage to trailer brakes

It is very likely that the wiring is too small. Here is information on testing the brakes.
Lynnmor 10/16/21 06:24pm Tech Issues
RE: 2021 F-150 Brake Controller problems

Maybe you should join their forum and tell them they're all full of ____... Maybe you could just go away if you can't say something useful. Bringing a 15 page pile of nonsense to this forum, for you to defend, isn't worth anything.
Lynnmor 10/14/21 07:26am Tow Vehicles
RE: 400 mile electric RV

Perhaps Canada could take the bulk of those folks traveling north so that the pressure on the US electrical grid is reduced. That would be better for the environment because of the clean energy in Canada, and it would reduce the US national debt. Mexico just passes them thru, why doesn't the US?
Lynnmor 10/14/21 07:16am Tech Issues
RE: 2021 F-150 Brake Controller problems

I didn't read the whole 15 pages, but it seems to me that there are those that did incomplete troubleshooting. There are more connections in the truck and trailer brakes than just at the bumper, and spreading grease is not a repair.
Lynnmor 10/13/21 09:08am Tow Vehicles
RE: What causes soft floors

Some RV floors have a sandwich type of construction where foam is in the center. That type can weaken with use till there is a total failure. Others use a plywood or OSB material that will fail if it gets wet. The repair for each type is complete replacement of the affected area. Search for videos that will help you with the project.
Lynnmor 10/11/21 04:51pm Travel Trailers
RE: 08 [email protected] with AL-KO axle needs brake shoes

Any chance these will work?
Lynnmor 10/10/21 07:11pm Travel Trailers
RE: Friction Sway Bar

{SNIP} Please ignore me. I'm just a spammer. I'll get right on that!
Lynnmor 10/09/21 08:06am Travel Trailers
RE: Fresh water tank drain.

I always put about a quart of straight antifreeze in the black and gray tanks. The theory is that it keeps the seals on the gate valves lubricated and pliable If you use the cheap stuff that contains ethyl alcohol, your theory may not hold water.
Lynnmor 10/08/21 02:53pm Beginning RVing
RE: Question about freshwater tank use

I want no part of a fresh water system to be a potential source of disease, so my suggestion is to sanitize whether you use it or not. Also, after seeing and reading how other campers handle their equipment, you might want to rethink going to campground potluck dinners. Have you ever eaten fast food, or at any chain restaurant? You really don't want to know how they handle their equipment. At least they are inspected. Some information.
Lynnmor 10/07/21 01:26pm General RVing Issues
RE: Question about freshwater tank use

I want no part of a fresh water system to be a potential source of disease, so my suggestion is to sanitize whether you use it or not. Also, after seeing and reading how other campers handle their equipment, you might want to rethink going to campground potluck dinners.
Lynnmor 10/07/21 07:50am General RVing Issues
RE: Fresh water tank

The check valve in your water pump may have a leak and is slowly filling the tank.
Lynnmor 10/07/21 07:41am Fifth-Wheels
RE: 400 mile electric RV

I have no problem whatsoever with BEV’s as a consumer alternative to ICE’s, but to the extent that Politicians have found a way to effectuate public policy, pick marketplace winners and losers via subsidies and codify strong-arm edicts absent any ‘real independent’ scientific assessments (who would independently fund such?), it bears the appearance of power accumulation (“do as you’re told, nothing to see here”) and it’s this that should concern every thinking person (skeptical of popular ‘narratives’)…Understand that almost any modern new ICE automobile is very nearly an actual zero pollution vehicle with only some occasional minor exceptions (like transiting up-hill on-ramps), and there’s no solid evidence whatsoever that BEV’s achieve a lower net footprint…Thus (regarding a multitude of current issues) we must acknowledge our captivity in this now ‘Post-Truth’ era…JMHO 3 tons Yep, too much freedom and not enough control, our government hates that. The population has been gaslighted for years and now just follow along like lemmings.
Lynnmor 10/05/21 04:35pm Tech Issues
RE: 2021 No Bo 19.5 bent axle

Most trailer axles are marginal at best, banging over a 4" curb probably bent the axle. Consider replacing it with a stronger part if possible.
Lynnmor 10/02/21 08:27am Travel Trailers
RE: 400 mile electric RV

If we look under the hood of a train's locomotive we will see a large diesel engine that powers an electric generator that supplies electricity to powerful electric electric motors known as "traction motors". That system is used in place of enormous transmissions and clutches. And your point is? Read it again, maybe you didn't catch the reason for that type of transmission. Those "powerful" electric motors are there to transmit power developed elsewhere, just like those in any electric vehicle.
Lynnmor 10/01/21 08:35am Tech Issues
RE: Home - Waste Dump

If you have a septic tank, there should be a line in, a line out and a cleanout in the lid. You don't want to dump in that cleanout, instead you should have a tee in the line that goes in. I suspect that your "cleanout" is a Y on the pipe from the house to the septic tank and that would be fine for dumping as long as you maintain a capped Y for future clogging issues. For your dump line, 3" or 4" is fine, the most common size is 4". In my area they are pushing for installation of a manhole in the tank lid so it can be properly inspected. Yes, pumping and inspection is now required.
Lynnmor 09/30/21 01:21pm General RVing Issues
RE: Tires

They won't repair one that has damage at the tread edge. To open the image, I right clicked on his image link and clicked on open in a new tab.
Lynnmor 09/30/21 09:18am Tow Vehicles
RE: 2-1/2” Hitch extension?

I guess that the Reese shank, that I linked to, wouldn't give you the length required?
Lynnmor 09/30/21 09:15am Towing
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