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About Ray,IN

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  1. This about as close to what you outlined I found: https://www.amazon.com/Sense-Energy-Monitor-Electricity-Usage/dp/B075K6PHJ9?ref_=fsclp_pl_dp_1
  2. Many HDT's in Canada run Sailun steer tires. Based on my observations, I bought 6 steer/all-position 275/70R22.5 LR H, S637 truck tires.Final bill in 2017 was $1.280 incl. taxes. I'm glad you nor anyone else were hurt. If we buy it with money, it can be replaced with money.
  3. There are three things that can prevent a plugged black tank; Water, Water, Water! Then never empty the tank until it is at least 3/4 full.
  4. Florida requires every permanently placed RV-in an RV park- to have wheels and be licensed annually. Insurance is optional. It's said that wheels law is so other trailers can be pulled away if one catches fire. Virtually all would have to be pulled like a sled. My cousins trailer hasn't had the tires checked in over 20 years, makes the must have wheels law ridiculous IMO.
  5. You sound like the type who could pull it off, nothing tried nothing gained. Would you really need to make them wide enough for both wheels in a dual setup vs larger "super rope"?
  6. PatandPete, I reread what I previously said about the switch and I was/am correct. You said the same thing on 1/20. The switch is open when depressed-will not pass voltage, otherwise the light would remain on when the door is closed. Someone said the switch must have two wires, correct both are the same positive wire/ circuit the switch breaks, the negative is elsewhere. The service manual staffnon linked to is not for a model 1200 series, but rather for N models. Service manual for Norcold 12xx series is here: http://bryantrv.com/docs.html pages 55-57 are wiring diagrams. Your units serial# determines which electrical schematic to use.
  7. I know nothing of the legalities. This narrative says the couple (O&O) hauls jet engines for Southern Pride Transport. I would think a jet engine is an over-size load, wouldn't that limit the routes they may drive?
  8. AWW crap. Thanks Dutch, I'll have to find it again.. No reason it couldn't be built to haul a SMART car. EDIT: Hopefully I did it right this time when I corrected my link. JIC:
  9. You are correct, sorry about that, I was backasswards.
  10. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2pPOuzmyzM
  11. Take your time, old wood splits easier. Every time I rushed something, next was "awww sh--t".
  12. Lets look at that. Suppose you have a 12,000# winch, you attach it to your 5,000# rated hitch, the cable end to a large tree, or your 3,000# car. Now you begin pulling with the winch. Which will give first the 26,000# MH with wheels buried in mud/sand, the 3,000# car, or the 5,000# rated hitch?
  13. Wife texts husband on a cold winter morning. " Windows frozen, won't open!". The husband replies: "Gently pour lukewarm water over it and tap edges gently with hammer". Wife texts back 10 minutes later "computer really messed up now!"
  14. 63G inbed water tank fits behind pin hitch, https://www.horsetraileraccessorystore.com/63-Gallon-Truck-Bed-Water-Tank-Caddy_p_572.html Company is in Sandy, OR.
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