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 on: April 17, 2014, 05:44:19 PM 
Started by harleyman_1000 - Last post by harleyman_1000
Any idea what would cause this oil leak? My engine has a turbo. Could it be causing this?

 on: April 17, 2014, 05:37:15 PM 
Started by lvmci - Last post by Van
 Hi Tom, keep them covered the best you can. I made some covers for ours but will be adding some plywood to the outside when not in use. Our pick up still has plenty of tread lest but the cords let loose the other day and man what a ride lol, the sun and lack of humidity has taken it's toll. New tires are being put on tomorrow, along with our new jeep and finally getting the rest of the bus tires done next week. Ralph's tire pro here in BC has been very reasonable on their prices and will get our business for now on  Smiley New sneakers all around


 on: April 17, 2014, 05:33:06 PM 
Started by lostagain - Last post by Red Rider
Dan posted an incorrect # please use 702 three five five 260 one to get my cell.

 on: April 17, 2014, 05:20:10 PM 
Started by bevans6 - Last post by sledhead
ah good old clay also known as loon $#!% , pond scum . the back of my shop was clay and would go up , down every spring after the frost left . if it was a long cold winter the frost would lift the driveway 24-30 " .so after removing 48 " deep of it by 60' x 220'  and replacing it with sand up until this year it only went up 2 to 4 " then the frost would go, back to the normal level .now after the winter we still have ( 4" of snow yesterday ) the frost is on the way out and the driveway is up about 8" . now I should not complain as in town on some man hole covers the frost went down 8' and froze lots of water pipes .



 on: April 17, 2014, 04:55:22 PM 
Started by belfert - Last post by belfert
what about converting to basement ac units

No space in the bays nor room inside for the duct work.  The house in question sold before I was in a position to make an offer so it is a moot point right now.

I looked at a house with a 40x50 pole barn on Tuesday.  The interior height was only 12 feet so I am still looking.  A lot of pole buildings were built before zoning rules prohibit them.  In many places I could not build a new pole building, but I could buy a home with an existing one.

 on: April 17, 2014, 04:17:29 PM 
Started by Lin - Last post by bigred
Check the floor mat if you have one.If the mat gets under the back of the brake pedal on my Previe ,it will hold it open enough to keep the brake lights on.Don,t know why these things are so sensitive but they are!!

 on: April 17, 2014, 03:18:27 PM 
Started by Beck - Last post by Beck
Guys looks like I will have to deal with a black tank can't afford a 1k $ toilet I live on tha farm I will deal with the smell, but it is a great toilet

Thks for all y'all's help

More ?'s coming

 on: April 17, 2014, 03:09:11 PM 
Started by Geom - Last post by chessie4905
   Since we are dealing with fuel oil this won't be a problem. If there is concern, you could use a wire wheel with brass bristles. One of those hand held sandblasters will work also;just don't get carried away and create a new location to drain the tank.

 on: April 17, 2014, 02:38:06 PM 
Started by lvmci - Last post by lvmci
Hi All, my bus sits mostly east/west facing, in a spot between two newer motorhomes that are 2 to 3 feet taller than my 5A, on eitherside. The sun only hits the tires for a short period of time, each day. My question is, with such a short sun exposure, do tire covers offer protection and does just being open to the dry air suck the moisture from the oils, as much as if they were exposed to the sun all day. Lvmci...

 on: April 17, 2014, 02:05:14 PM 
Started by belfert - Last post by dellisor
what about converting to basement ac units

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