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    How do you hook up your WDH?

    Most dealers give little to no information about the correct way to hook up a WDH. I see campers going down the road with improperly adjusted WDHitches all the time. I was guilty of this years ago when I purchased a used WDH with no info on how to set it up. If the WDH was new it should have...
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    White stuff on hot water tank plug

    I use my Dremel tool with a small wire brass attachment to clean the threads.
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    Good day/night to all

    Life is good! Enjoy!
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    Annual Brunswick stew

    A lovely time was had by all. Great weather,great food, life is good.
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    A bit off topic but indeed help with my 1999 Chevy Malibu 3.1 V6

    Check this link. This guy's a little out there but he was a mechanic for a lot of years. These leak detector kits are rather cheap and can be found at auto stores. Google car UV leak detector kit.
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    Solo Stove Bonfire

    I/ve been thinking of a portable firepit to use in my yard for various Fall cookouts. I came across this and it looks like a nice design. I haven't checked the price but I expect it's not cheap. Ergo you get what you pay for.
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    My dog won't go camping with me anymore!

    Here's why!
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    Increase in flat tires on P'up after upgrading TV

    I''m of the opinion that most camper tire blowouts are a result of heat buildup from dragging brakes or even an improperly adjusted brake controller. I make it a point to feel my wheels whenever I stop to check for heat. A word of caution, place your hand close to the wheel before touching as a...
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    Somerset popup video

    Built better than my Coleman yet borrows many Coleman attributes. I've often wondered why can't they build a popup with a decent roof.
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    does anyone have or use a blowup kayak

    Most who kayak have an aversion to inflatable boats. Check this video to see variations of rigging an inflatable for fishing or recreational use.
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    So my camper turned into a can of sardines this weekend (@%$&* ABS Roof)!

    After viewing some of the pics of ABS roofs it's obvious to me the biggest problem is letting the roof go too long before getting concerned enough to make repairs. All types of roof have their pros and cons. You never see an ABS roof being torn down with rotting wood from a leak. There is no...
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    Smaller trailer w/ interior shower/toilet combo

    Get a nice Thetford porta potti and one of those outside shower tents.
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    Power intermittently going off at campsite

    I plan to buy an in--ine surge protector when I can talk myself into parting with the money,they aren't cheap. They can detect a faulty junction box at a campground and if the power kicks off while you're away they reset after a given amount of time usually a couple of minutes. If the power...
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    water tank under my pop up is leaking...New or fix?

    Here is a product that will repair any crack or hole in plastic. An easy 1-1 mix epoxy. It makes structural bonds that can absorb the stresses of expansion, contraction, shock and vibration. It's a marine product made to take a lot of...
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    A woman and a man are involved in a car accident...

    a bad one. Both of their cars are totally demolished, but amazingly neither of them is hurt. After they crawl out of their cars, the woman says, 'Wow, just look at our cars! There's nothing left, but fortunately we are unhurt. This must be a sign from God that we were destined to meet and be...
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    Water tank leak

    Google G-Flex epoxy it'll fix your tank. They have several epoxy kits. Get the kit for plastic boats. It comes in two large toothpaste like tubes. Mix 1 to 1. Easy to apply...
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    wal mart batteries

    If you have a Sam's card or know someone who does check for the same battery there, only cheaper. I just bought a battery for my boat $25 cheaper for same battery at Walmart.
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    ABS Roof Repair

    Check this video!
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    Torque wrench

    If torquing wheels on the ground torque the top lugs first. Mark the tire then rotate until bottom lugs are on top for even torque.