WILDEBILL308

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  1. Carl ought to know some good places on Galveston Island. Bill
  2. All I know is Land Rover Dallas has the following new Land Rover models: Land Rover LR4, Discovery Sport, Range Rover, Range Rover Sport, Range Rover Evoque, and Evoque. They are not towable on a dolly or 4 down. The problem (going back to the OP) is you must follow the manufacturer's instructions to the letter or you will have a problem. The OP did not and replaced 2 transmissions. We are talking 2012 Ford Edge FWD 2.0 4 cylinder. The takeaway for future readers is it is important to understand and follow the manufactuers instructions when geting ready to tow. Bill
  3. Yes look here for information. I would get it as soon as you can because I have heard they are going up to $80.00. Even so it is a deal. It covers everyone in the car. https://www.nps.gov/planyourvisit/passes.htm Texas also has a pass. http://tpwd.texas.gov/state-parks/park-information/passes Bill
  4. You might look here. https://www.boondockerswelcome.com/SearchByState/US/TX OR https://www.allstays.com/Campgrounds/Texas-public-campgrounds-map.htm Bill
  5. Look at the link for the electric garbage trucks they show the battery packs. They have gotten smaller as they have gotten more powerful. Bill
  6. Let us know how it turns out. Bill
  7. What year was that information for? I looked at Remco's web site and went back 4 years and found NO Land Rover of any model that was towable 4 down or with a dolly. All were listed as "MUST BE TOWED ON A TRAILER" There may have been an older one with a different transmission or a manual transmission. http://www.remcoindustries.com/Towing/Store.php Bill
  8. I can't believe VZ wasn't aware of the fact that this was a organization where it could grow in membership and there was no cap on membership. This is not like a company where you have a fixed number of employes. Bill
  9. Welcome to the forum. Not enough information on your Onan. What model is it and how are you determining it was overtemp. Did you pull the codes? What were the codes? Bill
  10. Herman, look at the GE video I posted a link to. They have a new factory up at Alliance making electric drive motors for big earthmovers and mining equipment. The closest right now you might be able to use the systems in the garbage trucks on aRV platform. Bill
  11. I would highly recommend geting one. It is MUCH cheaper than fixing damages. Ask me how I know. Bill
  12. Pretty dumb to cancel your plan before you have the new service and have tested it. Bill
  13. That would be something similar to this. https://www.wired.com/2016/07/tesla-co-founder-making-electric-garbage-trucks-jet-tech-not/ GE has built a new factory (in the Alliance Corridor) to make electric drive motors for mining equipment. They also make new train engins and refurbish old ones. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYjlE4Mno3c The technology is there it just needs someone to put it together at an affordable price. Bill
  14. I agree with Joe, You need a way to test the pedestal before allowing power to your coach. I think the tester is ok for a "snapshot" of what the power is right now it doesn't take the place of a good Surge Guarde. The problem as has been covered is the power may not stay constant. I think there are maney more low power/voltage issues than hi or over voltage. It is not just one area that has problems. I have had/seen problems from Galveston Island to Oregon to Maine. There are only 2 kinds of campers those who have had power issues and those who will. Bill
  15. George,can you plug into the jack on the pedestal with a phone to verify you have service and a dial tone? I am assuming you are somewhere you expect to have land line service. Just wondering why you need a landline. I haven't had one in about 5 years. Bill