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dennisvr

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  1. It sounds like a good idea. That way you can talk out the problem instead of waiting for a response on the forum. Maybe after you help someone with a problem post what the issue was and how it what resolved.
  2. I thought that is what we do on the forum itself. That way everyone can see what's the problem and how someone got it solved.
  3. I thought because they were Federal that they all would except them.
  4. Thanks for the heads up. Ordered one myself.
  5. If you have a set of jumper cables you could hook one end to the negative post or stud (not terminal) on the battery and other end to the frame. This will tell you if its a bad ground.
  6. A handheld volt meter is your friend. "If you have one" Put the test leads on the battery posts (not on the terminals) and have someone push the start button. If the voltage drops as before then its a bad battery or needs charged and checked. If voltage stays up at the posts then check the voltage on the battery terminals while someone pushes the start button. If all is good check the voltage at the terminal on the starter. Its a process of elimination starting at the battery post.
  7. I've got one of those torque multipliers and it works great. I did a brake job on a friends truck and after we put it back together he took the truck to a tire shop and had them use their 1" impact to check the torque and they said they were all tight. I believe I paid about $60 for it on Amazon and as was stated before, hope I don't have to use it on the road, but have it if needed.
  8. In my neck of the woods. I'm between Jackson and Valley Springs.
  9. I have the bladder tank and have used it a couple times.
  10. Looks like something that would come in handy. Don't think I would have it full while 5th wheel is hooked up, but would be get to run town and fill and bring back to the rig.
  11. dennisvr

    HDT sighting

    I do love the beach. I used to camp on the beach in Pismo and do a lot of riding there. I now have moved down outside of Parker AZ waiting for the Parker 425 off road race.
  12. dennisvr

    HDT sighting

    When I seen the small KW I thought of you so just checking. Have fun.
  13. dennisvr

    HDT sighting

    Was that you, "noteven" pulling out of the BLM camp area north of Lake Havasu about a half hour ago? A KW T300 pulling a toyhauler was pulling out.
  14. dennisvr

    Inverter-Charger

    I run all my small appliances, ceiling fan, TV, microwave and computers off Xantrex Freedom inverter. The only thing that didn't play well with it was a Mister coffee deluxe model coffee maker. I returned one back to Walmart twice before realizing what was causing it to stop working. Got a basic Mister Coffee maker and all is well.
  15. dennisvr

    Inverter-Charger

    I have been using the Xanrtex Freedom 1800 in my 5th wheel for the last 7 yrs and it has worked out great for us.
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