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RE: We last did this in June of 2017 Let's do it again!

West of the Rockies. No interest in the eastern US in any way.
Old_Man 02/05/19 08:14pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winter RV camping

My solution to winter if to spend it in SW Arizona and a RO water system.
Old_Man 02/05/19 08:03pm Full-time RVing
RE: Banks cold air intake

Anyone tell me the stock V-10 exhaust manifold is just as good as the Banks header system, check out this pic and than tell me http://assets.bankspower.com/prod_inline_images/1385/V10mhTorqueTubes-web.gif Why haven't the naysayers have anything to say about this pic, what is better, stock or Banks ?? :B crickets:BYeah, no s-t. The naysayers can talk about 7.3s and 8.1s (GM) and I have no rebuttal because I couldn't care less about GM. But I'm told by a happy owner, the Banks kit for the V-10 adds HP and torque. There's always some a-h who is indeed, trying to cast pearls before swine, but once I realized I wanted to RV full time (only way I'd RV, at all) I read about the V10 until I thought my head would explode. But now, y'all can have all that old, cheap **** (7.3, 8.1) and blow it up with C4. My V-10 RV WILL have a FULL Banks kit on it. Even if I have to buy it brand new.
Old_Man 01/17/19 01:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Homeless Cat -- Now Spotacus' Legacy

Rudy is ADORABLE!!!
Old_Man 11/25/18 12:09pm RV Pet Stop
RE: How perfectly should my Onan run?

Best thing you can do with an Onan is take it to Burning Man and burn it. Honda 1000 is all we'll need. Onans are obnoxiously loud and they stink the entire area. Since I do not spend time in the cold I don't worry about Onans. I should probably sell it to someone...just taking up space back at the Howls, maybe I'll sell it cheap to some people who need it, or just give it to them. Ask them to pay it forward if they get a chance.
Old_Man 11/20/18 09:31pm Tech Issues
RE: Winter RV camping

My RV winterization technique is to spend the winter at the Howls. Warm winter (avg January temp is 66F. Of course, the hot summer temps encourage us to travel to more temperate climates when the desert summer is six weeks off (May Day) and head for cooler climes in the intermountain west. Lots of great trout fishing to try. I've never been close to being a winter person. Don't like snow and ice. As close to winter as I ever want to get is watching the Winter Olympics on the toob. I've read some of the posts in this thread and y'all must have the real pioneer spirit, but those who enjoy winter should do that. But not me. Winter is a time to be endured, not enjoyed. I DO enjoy the winter temps of SW Arizona and Punta Penasco is a two-hour drive in the toad. There is a beachfront RV park where we'd probably go.
Old_Man 11/20/18 12:44pm Full-time RVing
RE: Drinking water/filtration

We will be using two Camco (or equivalent) inline filters, and the "South of the border" system from the RV Filter store, in addition to under-sink ceramic and charcoal filters, PLUS, chemical purification. Given we'll be spending a lot of time in SW Arizona in the winter (Coyote Howls, BABY!!!) and we'll need all the help we can get.
Old_Man 10/08/18 05:40pm Beginning RVing
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