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About hayesfamily

  • Birthday 06/08/1979

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    Baltimore MD
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    Ham Radio
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    Spare of the Moment getaways!!!!
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  1. Juist seeing this ... were doing fine. Got a new camping partner sense this post. Actually 2 new camping partners .
  2. Best move i could have ever made. now almost 5 months in and still happy with my 12v residential. if you get one, i wouldn't do 120 it is much more efficient on 12v.
  3. ill go as far as say its closer to 90% how many older saints miss kids and have dogs ... and how many people under 60 own coaches, not many. but 75 is a safe number thats for sure
  4. And even Better when you have cold ice cream when she connects with one of the pots and pans.
  5. October of this year I had finally had enough. I said goodbye to that norcold 1200, drove 547 miles to Indiana, I believe the town was Shipshewana, and had some very righteous religious fellas put in a 12 V residential. They reworked my cabinets in my carpentry, moved my central vacuum, and this was the result, I’m much happier, Keon. And for the record no the refrigerator didn’t make me happy, the wife not yelling at me anymore about not having ice cream made me happy.
  6. So my irritation isn’t with the generator per se it’s more so with what I’ve been noticing. I’m not sure whether the previous owner of this coach put his hands on it like he did some other stuff but the oil drain plug seems to be stuck. The last couple of oil changes I just sucked the oil out with a pump which did not present a huge issue however, does anybody know a trick to getting this plug out or has anybody ever experienced this issue? I would like to just replace the plug and use it for what it is but if it’s gonna be that much of a headache I’m just gonna leave it like it is in pump it out from the top.
  7. One of the things I did to our Honda, when they stole our catalytic converter in Connecticut. The new one was outfitted with razor blades that I JB welded to the top of it. Now it doesn’t sound like that would do much, however, when they go to reach their hand up there to pull that rascal down, they’ll think twice about doing it again the next time. And the blood trail alone Might lead us to the crook.
  8. The body is in immaculate condition, and the interior, I got some carpet maintenance to do but other than that she is a perfect coachThe body is in immaculate condition, and the interior, I got some carpet maintenance to do but other than that she is a perfect coach
  9. So to bring in conclusion to this post, we ended up getting a Discovery with the rooftop air conditioning and two heat pumps as well. I wasn’t afraid of the basement air. I was more afraid of the support. The discovery seems to have an overwhelming amount of support and I think that was more important for me. Andy and she liked the discovery over the sport Coach for space, and both of us liked the discovery over the meridian. Although the meridian drove like a dream, the layout just was not what we were looking for.
  10. You know, funny, you mention it, I asked her about that, and Toi politely told me that she was not Mary Poppins I needed to invest in a table! Nevertheless, it was definitely a good idea, and worth a shot.
  11. Coming from a gas coach I always had a table in the front where I can put stuff on. Now that I have gone to the Darkside, I lost my table. For you diesel guys, what do you put up front for the driver to sit is oversize coffee mug on?
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