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RE: US 550

550 In NM is 4 lane, uncontrolled access, relatively flat and crosses high desert country. There are a few areas of open range and one or two stoplights between Bloomfield and Albuquerque. 550 does not go through Shiprock but the road (US64) from Shiprock to 550 (in Bloomfield) is also mostly 4 lane. There is heavy traffic through Farmington. My bad I miss read the map
hotpepperkid 07/16/21 08:38pm Roads and Routes
US 550

How is the road from Shiprock NM to Albuquerque via US-550
hotpepperkid 07/16/21 05:28pm Roads and Routes
RE: Too hot

That is really funny. Define too hot. For some 80 is too hot for me if it is under 75 Im wearing jeans and looking form my jacket, so 100 is comfortable for me
hotpepperkid 05/03/21 10:53am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Hwy 12 in Utah between Torrey and Bryce -- amazing!

Before we went to Utah in 2013 we had heard about the hog back and how perilous it was. We drove over it going from Bryce to Torrey and enjoyed it immensely, beautiful scenery and not frightening at all. Glad that we could see it one of the highlites of the trip. The time we took 12 from Bryce it was my wifes turn to drive. I ask her if she wanted me to drive but she said she was ok so on to Torrey we went. I got to do the sight seeing this time
hotpepperkid 05/03/21 10:46am Roads and Routes
RE: Slide out clicks at button, doesn't move

My Jayco would do that sometimes when trying to open the slide. Called a repair place and they couldnt get us in for a week but said here is what you do. There was a access panel for the motor in the under belly and just take a 5/8 wrince and give the motor a couple of turns and wal-la it worked. Had it looked at several times and they would tell me nothing wrong but it would still fail every once in a while. Whet on like that for several years. One place I had it services and he actually fixed the problem. Never failed after that
hotpepperkid 04/02/21 08:39am Tech Issues
RE: Wear Two Masks?

My daughter works in a health care place and they had an inservice last week and were told under no circumstance were they to wear two mask
hotpepperkid 01/30/21 02:09pm Around the Campfire
RE: seattle rv parks

I live there. There are tons of really lousy RV parks here - I mean BAD. The only place I would stay at is Lake Pleasant in Bothell. It's located in a suburb of Seattle (about 20 mins away) and is very nice. It's also convenient to stores and restaurants. I would stay there if I didn't live around the corner from it. I go there often as our son lives in the area - the KOA in Kent is remodeling and I understand it is much better We stayed there 3 years ago and the place was a dump. Our door was just 3 or 4 feet from the next guys sewer. Couldnt park your tow vechiel there, had to scramble for a parking spot. The site was full of cig butts when we arrived
hotpepperkid 01/04/21 09:30am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Nashville explosion

Probably some disgruntled person with at&t phone service
hotpepperkid 12/25/20 02:46pm General RVing Issues
RE: Blue DEF

DEF is DEF, buy whatever has the lowest price. I do have concerns with dirty nozzles at truck stops, but many use it with no problems. Walmart most likely has the best price on their own brand. As noted DEF is DEF is DEF. It is all the same, save yourself some money and buy the $7 stuff from Walmart. So you are both certified chemist that have tested all brands of DEF on all counts including purity. The effects of less pure DEF likely will not appear right away, the same as using cheap engine oil will only build sludge which leads to issues down the road. As often as I need to add DEF I will use a brand name. Today, cars and trucks and other applications using diesel engines sold in the United States must meet stringent U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) emissions requirements. To meet these requirements, many diesel engine manufacturers use Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR), an emissions aftertreatment technology that converts nitrogen oxides (NOx) in the diesel-engine exhaust stream into nitrogen and water vapor, two natural components in the air we breathe. Diesel exhaust fluid (also referred to as DEF or AUS 32) is injected into the diesel exhaust stream and the heat from the exhaust, the fluid, and a catalyst convert the NOx into the harmless gases. Diesel exhaust fluid is a 32.5% solution of technically pure urea in purified water. For the SCR unit to operate properly, the DEF must meet an exacting purity standard. This standard, published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), is intended to ensure that the diesel exhaust fluid used in SCR-equipped cars and trucks provides the purity required by diesel engine manufacturers and the quality to preserve the emissions control system and the environment. The API Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Certification Program is a voluntary program designed to certify and monitor the quality characteristics of diesel exhaust fluid intended for use in motor vehicles with diesel engines. Diesel exhaust fluid marketers that have demonstrated that their products satisfy the requirements of the most recent and applicable edition of ISO 22241, Diesel engines – NOx reduction agent AUS 32, may be licensed to display the API Diesel Exhaust Fluid Certification Mark. API Diesel Exhaust Fluid Certification has many benefits: Identifies for consumers diesel exhaust fluids that meet diesel engine manufacturer requirements. Helps consumers find those fluids. Gives consumers a choice of quality brands from which to choose. Helps reduce Nitrogen Oxide emissions. Provides rigorous monitoring of fluids in the marketplace. Tests licensed fluids to ensure that they meet program requirements. A complete list of licensees is available on our Licensee Directory. Please download the Diesel Exhaust Fluid Program Overview for additional information and program requirements. Please direct any questions or comments regarding licensing to [email protected]
hotpepperkid 12/21/20 10:11am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Flojet macerator: is it reliable? Maintenance issues?

I have no problems with mine. I only us it when I return home for a trip to really clean things out. I get every thing all hooked up get my chair and a couple of beers and flush away
hotpepperkid 12/21/20 09:59am Tech Issues
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