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RE: PSI rating variables

What sizes are all these tires? Different sizes and different ratings? ST or LT tires?
fj12ryder 10/25/20 08:59pm Toy Haulers
RE: Junk Food Breakfast Cereals

Just curious if you've tried apple cider vinegar? It has worked very well for me to lower my blood sugar. Was getting up over 165-170 fasting in the morning, now it rarely gets over 120. Just a thought.
fj12ryder 10/25/20 06:01pm Around the Campfire
RE: comfortable ride in an one ton dually??

Ah, but you cheat with that air ride suspension. LOL
fj12ryder 10/25/20 05:52pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: comfortable ride in an one ton dually??

Soft springs enable a vehicle to ride well, but you won't be hauling heavy loads with it. With a 1 ton dually, it's pretty much the nature of the beast. An aftermarket seat might help with the ride, but that would be about it. Perhaps a class A motorhome may be in your future.
fj12ryder 10/25/20 09:51am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Slide toppers

That sounds really tight. I'd have to measure mine, but I'm pretty sure they stick out more than 2.5 inches. Maybe not a whole lot more, but I think some.
fj12ryder 10/24/20 09:37pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: GM’s official run at Tesla starts with its E Hummer debut.

Sandy Munro is saying 3,500 payload and 11,000 tow rating., more comparisons of vehicles that don't exist. I figure they'll be comparing the number of fairies that can dance on the head of a pin, to the number that can dance on the head of a nail, next.
fj12ryder 10/24/20 07:28am Tow Vehicles
RE: GM’s official run at Tesla starts with its E Hummer debut.

Seems like GM is full o bufalo manure is that a surprise? None of the EV companies would be able to "reveal" their products if it weren't for Photoshop and CGI. LOL
fj12ryder 10/24/20 07:26am Tow Vehicles
RE: Tire Pressure

It will probably depend on the tire size, the rating, and actual load on the tire. Running max pressure unnecessarily can result in a very rough ride.
fj12ryder 10/23/20 06:17pm Towing
RE: Memory leak with Firefox?

Garry, that really helped a bunch. Thanks for the help, it's still using too much memory, and not releasing as it should, but it is tons better. It no longer crashes after a few hours of usage.
fj12ryder 10/22/20 03:43pm Technology Corner
RE: Memory leak with Firefox?

I usually have Chrome and FF open at the same time, but it hasn't been an issue until just a couple days ago. Got so bad one night, it crashed the computer. That's never happened before. I don't run many add-ons and the ones I have don't show any problems using the FF task manager. I'll just have to keep shutting it down when not active using it, and hope it's their problem, and they're working on it.
fj12ryder 10/21/20 05:26pm Technology Corner
RE: Memory leak with Firefox?

Thanks for the info about their forum. I may drop by and see if I'm an anomaly. I had heard some stuff about Win 10 that I didn't care for, and as far as Win 7...if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
fj12ryder 10/21/20 03:47pm Technology Corner
RE: Tesla Semi truck unveil & test ride set for Oct 26th !

Gotta keep an eye on you EV boyz. LOL
fj12ryder 10/21/20 03:44pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Memory leak with Firefox?

Very true, I just haven't seen anything that Win10 will do that I can't live without. Security could be an issue, but so far so good, as the optimist said when he passed the 3rd floor after falling off the roof. I agree, FF has always had issues, but this is beyond anything that's come before. With one window open on, memory usage will exceed 2 gig in a couple hours not even viewing the page. Totally insane.
fj12ryder 10/21/20 02:41pm Technology Corner
RE: Tesla Semi truck unveil & test ride set for Oct 26th !

... Whereas the Cybertruck goes 500 miles with a smaller battery. ... JMHO.And you know this how? I didn't realize the Cybertruck was in production. Or are you just quoting the pre-production hyperbole?
fj12ryder 10/21/20 02:35pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Junk Food Breakfast Cereals

Talk about corn syrup Dad's favorite breakfast treat Place a slice of Wonder White Bread on a plate (had to be Wonder) Pour Karo Corn Syrup over the slice of bread (had to be Karo) Then pour Eagle's Condensed Milk over the the bread/syrup (had to be Eagles) Even as a kid it was TOO SWEET for me A 90 yr old lady I used to know told me she would eat something called milk toast for breakfast. I don’t remember how it was made, but obviously consisted of toast soaked in milk. I don’t know what type of sweetening was used.Yep, my mother used to fix that when we were sick, and it is exactly what you've described. Topped with cinnamon and sugar.
fj12ryder 10/21/20 11:55am Around the Campfire
Memory leak with Firefox?

I'm running Firefox Rev. 82.0 and having horrible issues with memory leaks. Leaving one window, with one tab open results in over 2 gig of memory being tied up over a couple hours. And eventually it locks up the computer. Anyone else having issues? I'm also using Chrome and IE, and neither of them show any such problem. Windows 7 Pro.
fj12ryder 10/21/20 11:53am Technology Corner
RE: Tesla Semi truck unveil & test ride set for Oct 26th !

So you are buying Humvee EV because you are a boomer who have money to burn and like the looks?Why else would you buy one?
fj12ryder 10/21/20 11:50am Tow Vehicles
RE: Brain Teaser

LOL. It appears that we have some bright people here. Yes, this poem has to do with an object that's light years away. .Or maybe only 8 light minutes. :) Just to be pedantic. LOL
fj12ryder 10/20/20 04:16pm Around the Campfire
RE: Brain Teaser

Heck that was obvious after the first two words.
fj12ryder 10/20/20 12:47pm Around the Campfire
RE: I've Rediscovered Butter

"Real butter", from a farmer, without preservatives, will turn rancid if left out, and, in fact, will turn rancid if refrigerated, albeit after a longer period of time. Having grown up with "home made" butter I have seen it turn nasty. I wonder what people in the past did with fresh butter before refrigeration, or even milk for that matter? Just curious. :@ Some folks had spring houses, where they built a shed over a spring and stored butter, etc. in the coolness of either the building or the water itself. My grandparents stored the dairy products down in the well. If they had excess milk, they made cheese and aged it in the well, and later in a spring house. The key was they didn't leave raw dairy products laying around very long, but consumed them quickly.Exactly, my dad's parents had a spring house for storing stuff.
fj12ryder 10/19/20 02:38pm Around the Campfire
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