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RE: GSP sticky cover

Not new, been using it on different items for several years, got a spray bottle of it in the MH & one in the S&B.
bukhrn 10/26/20 09:21am Class A Motorhomes
RE: fridge level?

Not sure i've ever been Exactly level, never had a problem ,if I get it somewhere in The bubble, close enough.
bukhrn 10/25/20 02:00pm Tech Issues
RE: Message contains invalid formatting?

Are you trying to post a photo ?
bukhrn 10/25/20 01:56pm Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Fresh Water Tank Overflowing When Turning

My class c does it, but not with only 1/3 tank, only when it's full.
bukhrn 10/23/20 03:28pm Tech Issues
RE: Throwing in the towel

Well, as usual ... the CA bashing in this thread contains a lot of myopic viewpoints. CA is WAY MORE than Los Angeles, the Bay Area, Sacramento, and it's Voting Ballots. As a point of reference I left a small Michigan town (and the "thinking" that went along with it) that was surrounded by green rolling wooded hills and dozens of small fishing lakes - along with it's mosquitos, frigid winters with constant snow shoveling, humid summers, and low paying jobs - for CA 58 years ago and have never looked back. The Sierras and it's foothills, the rural parts of the CA coastal ranges, and just about all of Northern CA are spectacular places to live in, retire in, and RV in year round. In general CA is so large that one can find just about any kind of niche bubble to live in that they might want, including the Holy Grail of moderate weather that can be off the charts wonderful on average. If you currently live here, be patient - 2020 will be over soon. ;)Kind of where my previous post was headed, but not sure it was taken that way.
bukhrn 10/23/20 11:20am Toy Haulers
RE: Throwing in the towel

I'm quite certain that you realize better than I, as I've only been to CA twice, but I have noticed All of CA is Not the same, Northern & Eastern parts are absolutely different than the Coast, but then maybe it's just because of the cities and population difference.
bukhrn 10/22/20 11:57am Toy Haulers
RE: Received new vehicle with nail implanted in tire-maybe.

This guy that told you that a nail in a tire couldn't be fixed with a plug, is full of it, unless the hole is in the side wall as stated earlier. He's trying to sell you a tire unnecessarily, he probably sidelines as an RV salesman. No special effort to plug a nail hole, any 16 year old with a plug kit is capable of plugging a tire. Also if you have a bolt rather than a nail, it may be another story.
bukhrn 10/21/20 05:14pm Tech Issues
RE: Brain Teaser

I came from the wrong side of the tracks ! GuyI must have been your neighbor, cause it sounds like gibberish to me. :R
bukhrn 10/21/20 01:01pm Around the Campfire
RE: ID black water tank outlet?

If you're talking about where the pipe goes into the flange, I'd say it should be glued, as evidenced by what appears to be glue on the pipe, if you're talking about where the flange connects to the tank, I really have no idea, never had to get that far. What ever it is, if I had a leak there, I'd gladly pay someone to fix it.
bukhrn 10/21/20 10:54am Tech Issues
Halloween Or Not

Anyone besides us Not Participating this year? We have various reasons why not, of course covid is one, but there are other reasons. Our local community center is handing out candy this year, but I know there are others in the neighborhood who are not. Sorry to the little gremlins.
bukhrn 10/18/20 12:30pm Around the Campfire
RE: Ford camper

If you find one you can have the camper. I want the station wagon. :CX2
bukhrn 10/17/20 01:38pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Junk Food Breakfast Cereals

When I do have cold cereal, I have Rice Chex, Regular Corn Flakes, or Mini Wheats, (NOT Frosted mini wheats).
bukhrn 10/16/20 12:53pm Around the Campfire
RE: Cover or not to cover

I used to have one on my class C, every place it touched a corner, wore a hole when the wind blew, after two winters it went in the dumpster. Now I know we don't all have the same options, but if you have the option, I'd build, (or have built) a metal car port, (or RV Port if you wish), mine is 20x40, no longer worry about sun, rain, or snow, best investment I've ever made for the RV.
bukhrn 10/16/20 11:06am General RVing Issues
RE: Yellowstone Canyon Campground 2021 ????

Spring? LOL. Try summer. X-2, the first thing I learned about Yellowstone on our first trip there in "08, Spring back here in the East is March-April, depending on what part of the East, Spring in Yellowstone, and other parts of the West is May-June, when we got to Madison CG in early June, we got snow & 30 degrees, then it warmed gradually each day.
bukhrn 10/15/20 12:33pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Has anyone stayed here?

Never heard of it, but looking at these reviews, I would not stay there,other than the riding, NOTHING about it sounds very good.
bukhrn 10/13/20 04:40pm Toy Haulers
RE: Yellowstone vs Custer State Park

We've seen a lot of Buffalo in many of the places we've been, Custer, and most of the Black Hills, T. Roosevelt NP, Yellowstone, Tetons, but have never seen "Only a Few".
bukhrn 10/13/20 03:17pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Living space

I always thought one reason that kitchens weren't bigger, is that many, if not most people, do a lot of outside cooking and eating. As far as seating, my Forester front seats don't swivel, so they generally get used for storage/catch-all while set up.
bukhrn 10/12/20 03:01pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: What is typical width of class A with side slides both open?

Mine is 20'x40', with the thought of storing the MH and a car, but without the car, I have a lot more room to get around the MH, with slides in or out.
bukhrn 10/11/20 09:05am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Quality of Forest River

What is the steel wool for?Mostly to fill the hole, also to slow the mice chewing.
bukhrn 10/11/20 08:59am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Quality of Forest River

Your title should be Lack of Quality of Forest River. Those are pet doors for mice & insects. I'd pack it full of course steel wool then cover it with spray foam. BTW, you may want to check your plumbing, that wall in image 2 looks like water stain.
bukhrn 10/11/20 08:49am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
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