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    • Smokey! IIRC, it was a matter of ordering the reverse bits. Now, there is no team based innovation which is a loss to those of us who can spin a wrench. The closest thing, but  it for long, is robot “fighting”. When I started racing, the rules were typed on one page. But most were doing their own work. There were a few house cars, but with the skinny tires, it was not most $ had the best chance. The person with the Sam Brown belt on was the deciding factor. With no roll bars and needing to work on off days, slide jobs were not a thing, nor was a wad it up - oh well, roll another piece out of the hauler. 
    • That must have happened before I got interested in cars and going fast on a 1/4 mile dirt track.  I think I was still being introduced to the opposite sex. 😉 I do remember the man,Johnny Johnson, that ran a "cross-fire Cadillac engine" in unlimited dirt track racing. He had redesigned the engine to fire 2 cylinders at once, sounded strange, but it kept up with the pack. I agree with watching the boating crowd and applying things to RVing,  one floats the other rolls. Inverters came to the RVing industry from boating.
    • My internist Dr. uses Google Scholar for her research daily. I had an eye Dr. appt. Tuesday afternoon. He had diagnosed me with beginning Glaucoma a few years ago and put me on Latanaprost eye drops to  bring the pressure down. Tuesday it was 16 in left, 17 in right, right in the middle of the normal range, with  20/30 left and 20/40 right eye. Not too bad for being 81, the important thing is to follow Dr.s instructions exactly.
    • Are you thinking about selling your rig, particularly if you are within a days drive of Boise, Idaho! (about 400 miles) I may be interested. Here are my D'ruthers in no particular order: Slide toppers 15k A/C morryde pin-box (no ball) progressive industries (wired) power protection auto level 100W solar with improved charge controller heated holding tanks(optional) rear hitch Shocks on Axles ARPRV refrigerator protection (Optional) Generator ready or generator included Morryde CREXXXX suspension (optional) Thanks for looking! I will be notified by email when a reply is posted. I'll try to remember to remove this in about a month. I'll be selling my AF 25W TT when I find a 27-5L 5ver. Posted here on Feb 29,2024
    • I believe it will have power steering fluid in it.      Does it leak while sitting. Or just after it is parked.      I would try and make sure that the repair place, has the proper steering box on hand. So as not to get stuck there.    You could ask at a NAPA auto parts store if there are any mobile truck mechanics in the area. That may solve some questions.
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