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RE: PSI of LT tire after upgrading from P rated tire

The P tires called for 35. When I switched to LT I still used 35. I actually aired up for towing but eventually concluded that the LTs did just fine and rode and wore well at 35.
bguy 05/24/20 09:43am Tow Vehicles
RE: PSI of LT tire after upgrading from P rated tire

The P tires called for 35. When I switched to LT I still used 35. I actually aired up for towing but eventually concluded that the LTs did just fine and rode and wore well at 35.
bguy 05/24/20 09:43am Tow Vehicles
RE: Transmission lines

The lines are sealed with O rings and kept in place with snap rings. The plastic "cap" must be in place to prevent separation. For some reason lines like to rust under the support brackets. The quality seems to vary as some like to go on forever while others not so much. Be surprised if they gave out before 150000 km.
bguy 05/04/20 08:07pm Tow Vehicles
RE: S&B electrical question

Ok then. If by some miracle the switch leg is 14-3 you can easily double up the switch , possibly even with a single device. The more likely thing is that the leg is 14-2 which means you'll need a second leg or replace it with 14-3. That should be relatively simple being a screen porch and exposed wiring.
bguy 03/28/20 04:39pm Around the Campfire
RE: S&B electrical question

Most ceiling fans have a separate wire for the fan motor. This also means that on the fan there should be a separate pull chain control for the fan motor, which how they are intended to be operated. You will need to take the fan down and wire the fan motor directly to the power feed ( black and white on the fan ) and wire the light to the switch leg ( often a blue wire on the fan ). This will also give a longer and quieter fan life since it can only be started on high as intended.
bguy 03/26/20 05:38pm Around the Campfire
RE: What can I use to get water out of a gas tank

We soldered with the tank full of water. A small bubble of space at the top won't let the water absorb all the heat or allow enough gasses to collect to be dangerous. The only thing special I recall doing was adding a few bottles of gas line antifreeze to absorb any residual water.
bguy 03/07/20 11:41am Tech Issues
RE: Nascar Follies

Congratulations Ryan. Here we see what's really important. Another testament to the quality of NASCAR's safety program. You can bet they'll study this wreck and look for further improvements.
bguy 02/19/20 03:49pm Around the Campfire
RE: Nascar Follies

Nascar is no longer about the racing. It's all about the crash and whoever is lucky enough to be running out front at the end gets the trophy. I enjoy it less but am inexplicably compelled to continue watching.
bguy 02/09/20 05:12pm Around the Campfire
RE: How stupid can people be

We used to hang off the back of school buses; on our feet. It was 2-1/2 km to school and some actually made it all the way but most of the time the rail crossing knocked us off.
bguy 02/09/20 05:06pm Around the Campfire
RE: Haunted Honda CRV

I just wish the engineers would set it up to put the windows up with the remote as well.
bguy 01/11/20 08:46am Around the Campfire
Snowblower Battery

Hi All, I have an older model Honda HS828 snowblower that I picked up last year. The PO had a car battery installed ( which he removed ) so I installed the battery off my motorcycle. I don't think the blower is charging correctly. I've cleaned up everything on the terminals and chassis ground connections. The battery was at 10.5 V off. What should I get across the battery terminals with the motor running full speed? I only got 11.3 V. Could that be the battery or is there a better test? Thanks for looking.
bguy 01/05/20 09:37am Around the Campfire
RE: Cell phone Newfoundland

Stay away from Rogers unless you're staying mainly on the Avalon. Our provider offers monthly rate for unlimited talk and text outside of Canada. Cell service is generally pretty good island wide but you will find dead areas and shadows even along the TCH.
bguy 12/31/19 04:27pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Changing Atwood water heater plug to brass

Dissimilar? But the blow off is brass?
bguy 12/30/19 04:05pm Tech Issues
RE: Lincoln Problem

:C
bguy 12/16/19 08:42pm Tech Issues
RE: How much water to ad to black tank when starting out.?

Fill the toilet to the top twice. About 3 or so gallons.
bguy 12/16/19 08:38pm Beginning RVing
RE: '83 Toyota pickup start trouble in cold, wet weather

Is your choke fully closing?
bguy 12/02/19 03:50pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Anyone purchase the new in line 6 Chevy Diesel?

I thought it was a 4 pot?
bguy 10/28/19 08:03am Tow Vehicles
RE: Wood or Aluminum Frame?

While aluminum frame will not rot it does provide free passage for water that manages to get inside it.
bguy 09/25/19 03:26pm Travel Trailers
RE: Would appreciate the groups thoughts on tandem axle issue

Lippert does not make a #4400 axle. You have same as me. #3500 axles with #4400 springs. They call that a #4400 axle. They do have a #5200 axle that is a direct fit except for the U bolts.
bguy 09/19/19 12:51pm Travel Trailers
RE: Black tank line

Never never never never never never never flushable wipes never never never never never never ever
bguy 09/15/19 11:04am Tech Issues
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