"WOW! Now that's what I call a paint job. The folks in Kansas must love it. In order to repair the hinges you have to remove the hole door and frame. If it is affordable and handy I'd replace the hole door. But if money is an issue then…"
"Awwhahahahaha Heheheheh now that's funny. Many years ago Lauren and I picked up a 1972 in Dansville New York. We were looking for a 318 at the time. So we bought it and drove it home. I laugh because we had a similar experience coming home…"
"Sorry James, Been busier than a one legged paper hangar in an ass kicking contest. Not to mention sicker than a dog. Sorry we missed you due this year. Looks like you guys had a blast according to Tiny Tina.
">GRIN< Hahahaha, Oh boy! In Canada were not allowed to tow anything other than the "trailer" We can't tow a trailer and a trailer boat at the same time. I'd say you did well. When Lauren and I go State side and coming back…"
"Welllll I just had mine done in my 1975 and after extended discussions it was decided to have mine re-cored. Seems the copper fins cool better than the aluminum ones. That's my two cents. It wasn't all that expensive. I took it out my self…"
"Laugh my ass off. Yep! You Yanks >GRIN< Need a passport to get back into your own country. Heheehehe You don't need a passport to get into Canada as we don't see Yanks as a threat but obviously your government seems to think you are.…"
"I've never understood why guys after a few week after retiring go and get a job at Home Depot. I haven't stopped since I retired. I even thought of getting a job just for a rest. As far as Customs. When coming back to Canada from the…"
Something to tell you? Well, I was going to try to keep it a secret and all, but I lost my job, no worries, they gave me a severance and I have an interview tomorrow. New tail lights sounds like fun! As long as we don't make the right one blink when the left one is suppose to blink, it should be a piece of cake!
what the he** is that stuff i am from Texas and they don't talk about that stuff down there, dang i was going nuts when i had to thaw frozen water pipes and then to talk about a frozen holding tank and drain line grrrr i can not do this witner stuff any more in Mo lol
yes T.J. it is soon right now have to stay put and will shortly be taking the Mount an DeME baggo south bound to texas the state of RV campgrounds they got about 100 or better and great weather too. Just have to be careful which one you make a reservation on there are a few where all you need is towels in lol
T.J. not sure what or where JIMCO is or if i will make it
Yes i had just bought and drove the winnie 60 miles to my daughters home with the exception of a little excess play in the streeing it drove great for a 40 yr old motor home with only 53989 miles on it and the genset only has 397 hours on it
Hi T.J. thanks for show'n the solar shower. I'm not sure I'd get in it though. 190 liters of water + the barrow weight seems scary to have above you while showering in the wind. Another solar shower I had seen was PVC pipe laid out on a bout a 4x8 size. That worked good using water to wet and rinse off. Another Travco owner also spoke of a heat pump system.
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