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Forum: Under The Awning 1 Day Ago
Replies: 8
Views: 187
Posted By oldmansax
She better use the gas fast before the bag is...

She better use the gas fast before the bag is gone.


TOM
Forum: Under The Awning 1 Day Ago
Replies: 4
Views: 122
Posted By oldmansax
Didn't think about that! Maybe that's why the...

Didn't think about that! Maybe that's why the shower floor is so cold!


TOM
Forum: Under The Awning 1 Day Ago
Replies: 4
Views: 122
Posted By oldmansax
Question Has Anyone Modified the Shower in a PT?

I was going to put this in the PT/WB forum but decided the start it here since it is fantasy right now. If it gets serious, perhaps the admins will move it to somewhere more appropriate.


The...
Forum: Parts and Other Items For Sale 3 Days Ago
Replies: 5
Views: 2,455
Posted By oldmansax
No, long gone. Sorry! TOM

No, long gone. Sorry!


TOM
Forum: FC (Forward Control Unique Issues) 5 Days Ago
Replies: 17
Views: 467
Posted By oldmansax
That looks to be the same one as my 85 PT36. I...

That looks to be the same one as my 85 PT36. I could use one of those as long as they don't cost a bar of gold-pressed latinum.


TOM
Forum: 'Bird Projects & Modifications 3 Weeks Ago
Replies: 990
Views: 78,428
Posted By oldmansax
They look like they would work. The ones I have...

They look like they would work. The ones I have look like hair driers except they are made of gray metal.


The check valve failed on my water fill so I removed the whole works and relocated the...
Forum: 'Bird Projects & Modifications 3 Weeks Ago
Replies: 990
Views: 78,428
Posted By oldmansax
Arrow Andy, mine has a couple of electric heaters on...

Andy, mine has a couple of electric heaters on adjustable thermostats behind the peg board under the kitchen sink and another one under the bath vanity. My '82 PT40 had them as well. I would think...
Forum: General 11-05-2019
Replies: 6
Views: 238
Posted By oldmansax
Mine broke too. I got my local machine shop to...

Mine broke too. I got my local machine shop to weld it.


TOM
Forum: General 11-01-2019
Replies: 4
Views: 692
Posted By oldmansax
Yes they do! I recommend and install their...

Yes they do! I recommend and install their products anytime any of my customers need WiFi service.


TOM
Forum: Vehicle Issues 10-29-2019
Replies: 120
Views: 5,900
Posted By oldmansax
Home is where the BUS is!! :D:D Glad you...

Home is where the BUS is!! :D:D


Glad you made it too!



TOM
Forum: Vehicle Issues 10-28-2019
Replies: 120
Views: 5,900
Posted By oldmansax
They are identical to a set of Crow Foot Tubing...

They are identical to a set of Crow Foot Tubing Wrenches I used to have. Mine would not have gone around hydraulic hose. I use standard crow foot wrenches on that. Good ones though, not China Cheap...
Forum: Vehicle Issues 10-27-2019
Replies: 120
Views: 5,900
Posted By oldmansax
Talking Yes but you have 7 extra feet to carry them in....

Yes but you have 7 extra feet to carry them in. Size DOES make a difference! :rolleyes:



TOM
Forum: Electrical 10-09-2019
Replies: 57
Views: 2,015
Posted By oldmansax
I'm late to this party but here's a little info...

I'm late to this party but here's a little info on the 4-ways. On my coach and some of the trucks I have driven, turning the wheel cancels the 4-ways. It did on my '82 PT40 also. If the little cancel...
Forum: Service Centers & Mobile Mechanics 10-08-2019
Replies: 12
Views: 4,452
Posted By oldmansax
Talking And you won't have to worry about hurry-canes...

And you won't have to worry about hurry-canes taking the roof off again!
:D:D:DTOM
Forum: PT & WB (Twin Axle Pusher Unique Issues) 10-06-2019
Replies: 12
Views: 776
Posted By oldmansax
I changed mine out using a crowfoot socket and...

I changed mine out using a crowfoot socket and along extension. I did not remove the starter.


TOM
Forum: General 09-29-2019
Replies: 12
Views: 502
Posted By oldmansax
Are any of these certified for potable water? ...

Are any of these certified for potable water?


TOM
Forum: Full Timers 09-27-2019
Replies: 81
Views: 9,095
Posted By oldmansax
X2 My Grand Daddy used to say, "It's time...

X2


My Grand Daddy used to say, "It's time to root hog or die"




TOM
Forum: Tool Tips 09-17-2019
Replies: 12
Views: 1,389
Posted By oldmansax
I have a ultrasound leak detector. It's a gun...

I have a ultrasound leak detector. It's a gun looking thing you can point and you wear head phones. I was pretty skeptical but I have found a number of small leaks, both vacuum and pressure, with it....
Forum: Under The Awning 09-16-2019
Replies: 48
Views: 2,689
Posted By oldmansax
We just bought a '98 GMC Sierra K3500 to go with...

We just bought a '98 GMC Sierra K3500 to go with our '98 Yukon. 270K miles on the 3500. It's a diesel and I have had good success with the dozen or so we have owned. I paid more than I wanted but I...
Forum: Engine 09-16-2019
Replies: 37
Views: 2,162
Posted By oldmansax
Cooling will be the problem. Maybe 2 truck...

Cooling will be the problem. Maybe 2 truck radiators (1 for each bank) mounted horizontally on roof with electric fans for slow driving and big ram jet scoops to drive air through them at speed. If...
Forum: Parts Wanted 09-14-2019
Replies: 8
Views: 564
Posted By oldmansax
When mine cracked I found a very good shape used...

When mine cracked I found a very good shape used one in Miami but it was expensive. Summit racing has the bellows and the flanged pipe you can buy & weld together. I was ready to do that just before...
Forum: Full Timers 09-12-2019
Replies: 81
Views: 9,095
Posted By oldmansax
From what I have read, Amazon works you to death...

From what I have read, Amazon works you to death for decent money. You walk MILES everyday. Hopefully you are in good health and physically fit!


TOM
Forum: Coaches For Sale by WOG Members 09-12-2019
Replies: 26
Views: 3,762
Posted By oldmansax
There are probably some actual specs on here...

There are probably some actual specs on here somewhere but I can tell you the 4' makes a lot of difference. Our previous '82 PT40 would only pull into my sister's front driveway, and even that was...
Forum: Electrical 09-05-2019
Replies: 11
Views: 569
Posted By oldmansax
Like Badandy, I don't see the problem,...

Like Badandy, I don't see the problem, electrically speaking, with running on a 15A circuit, as long as everything is wired properly and your are not using more than 15A. A 15A receptacle has a...
Forum: Generators 09-02-2019
Replies: 20
Views: 809
Posted By oldmansax
One of the things on my to to list is a 2 speed...

One of the things on my to to list is a 2 speed fan setup. I can use the low and high speeds on the motor in conjunction with a double throw 2 pole contactor. I think I will have it fail to high...
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