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palmeris

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  1. With neither malice nor contempt toward you , perhaps a suggestion that you adhere to the post specific inquiry and not interject your opinions unless requested to do so is in order? ( but that's just my opinion)..Which as a reminder was "Did you have to pass through a metal detector, be wanded or pat down, body cavity search,etc?" When a travel partner is wheel chair dependent, has prosthetic's and other assorted cumbersome medical equipment and will be traveling across a US border in an RV one might be curious and ask such a question relating to others direct border experiences. Forgive my faith in the public , should of known better.
  2. No offense perceived on my behalf , however I would categorize your bias, judgments, and thoughts as inconsequential to any derived intelligence quotient of mine or any others inquiring on this forum.
  3. Understandable since you were crossing border by foot carrying the back pack. Thanks for sharing your experience.
  4. Im not concerned about anything illegal, nothing to hide in that regard. Although having no need to explain my concerns to you let me just say that some of us are not 100% organic with special needs. Interesting hypothesis you have, perhaps your responses will also trigger the same profiling of everyone that's posted to this thread? Thanks to all that have shared their border crossing experiences without injecting biases nor passing judgments.
  5. Thanks for the responses but keeping back to the original question regarding rigs and pepole, it doesn't appear that anyone has had any horror stories about personal searches , just a few rigs subjected to random casual secondary searches where they were in close proximity to their rigs and not separated from it.
  6. So by raising his voice so he could be heard, he was rude and he became a complete jerk? Not discounting your encounter at all just trying to understand how he was badge heavy in that instance, perhaps it was a had to been there kinda moments to be able to see his demeanor and attitude.
  7. So you've not experienced the " total jerks " scenario?
  8. Nothing to hide. Not sneaking anything The random spot checks dont appear to have been conducted on people, just rigs.
  9. So no one has been physically been searched...just the rigs but not the tow vehicles?
  10. Both. Both. Expectation preparedness.
  11. For those that have been subjected to a search of your rig during a border crossing, were you able to witness the search of your rig and belongings or are you separated ,and to what extent we're you personally searched. Did you have to pass through a metal detector, be wanded or pat down, body cavity search,etc?
  12. palmeris

    2014 f450 platinum

    So still havent done the air bags, they are sitting on the bench ready to go in, just been to damn hot out to crawl under to do it. So while Im waiting for a break in the south florida heat I had the body mounts replaced with Silicone mounts from S&B and a 65 gallon XXL replacement tank installed, all done by my local dealer and they changed the program for the new fuel capacity. I supplied the mounts and tanks, they did the labor. Saw how bad the mounts were when I was under there doing the shocks, after just 5 years and 110k miles they were crumbling, at least 3 were completely shot. I could hear and feel the body move when making grade changes like pulling in a drive way - not any more. nice and tite now..
  13. You may find this chart and calculator helpful. https://www.powerstream.com/Wire_Size.htm
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