This was a question posed on another Forum and is so out of touch with my typical chosen campgrounds (Natl Forest, BLM, Army Corps, Water Management Districts, Fish & Wildlife, City or County…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by John "T" Nordhoff Apr 1, 2016.
A while back I CORRECTLY posted that Dielectric Grease is an INSULATOR (that's still true) so I didn't like to coat wires with it prior to splicing, as I wanted metal to metal contact and NOT have…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Rich Thomas Jul 8, 2015.
Were on the way to Jekyll Island Florida around Asheville NC so last night I pulled into a Pilot FULL NO PARKING EVEN AROUND EDGES.........Drove to a Travel Centers of America FULL NO PARKING IN…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by david craft Jun 4, 2015.
I have four solar panels, do a lot of dry camping, and wanted to replace my four old flooded lead acid 6 volt Trojan T-105's (450 Amp Hours) with AGM technology so I don't have to be constantly checking and adding water etc. etc. I went with two Renogy AGM12-200 (200 Amp Hours at 10 hr rate, 208 Amp Hours at 20 hr rate = 416 total) which I picked up at Walmart (they even loaded them for me, 129 lbs each) free shipping for $247 each. On the Renogy website they are $399 each !!!!!!!!!!! It…Continue
Posted on November 29, 2018 at 12:08pm — 3 Comments
Posted on October 31, 2018 at 3:25pm
Anyone here camped much on the Texas Gulf Coast between Corpus Christi and Galveston?? I'm asking because I may try some free boondocking along the beach starting at Magnolia Bay (Port Lavaca) working North in early December. Will it always be windy and maybe cooler ???
Posted on May 28, 2017 at 1:15pm — 2 Comments
Mornin gang, I have been absent for a while too busy updating my latest RV. While I don't currently own a good "old" RV (its a 2006) that's all I had for like 40 years lol so I feel right at home here.
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So, we do a lot of dry camping and in my last RV I had 400 watts or solar which kept my four deep cycle 6 volt golf cart batteries well charged. However, in my latest 2006 29 ft, Class I initially installed 470 flat rooftop solar watts (with…Continue
Posted on May 14, 2017 at 9:19am — 3 Comments