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Old 01-27-2016, 10:13 AM   #13357
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I have experience with Gorilla tape, it is a must to carry on your R.V.
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Old 01-27-2016, 12:06 PM   #13358
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Sounds like a whisper from the voice of experience.
Lets just say that the coach is taller than it is wide. A dip of 1' on a side will equal almost 2' at the top. Fortunately just touched. 10 minutes with a bit of polishing compound and all was fixed.
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Old 01-27-2016, 09:47 PM   #13359
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... There is a lot of rear end to watch on these things...

Hey, I resemble that remark...
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Old 01-28-2016, 08:03 AM   #13360
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Where have all the flowers gone ...long time passing ...where have all the flowers gone ... long time ago ...
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Old 01-28-2016, 08:05 AM   #13361
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Where have all the flowers gone ...long time passing ...where have all the flowers gone ... long time ago ...
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Old 01-28-2016, 07:39 PM   #13362
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I was reading another thread about generator noise and I have come up with a great solution! I wanted to run it by you guys to see if there are any problems with my theory…

Get an electric generator and run the generator off of batteries… simple huh? Generator charges batteries and batteries run generator… No noise but the hum of an electric motor. How simple is that?

I have another theory but it involves creating fat sound waves. They wouldn’t travel far because they are so heavy. I figure they would fall right out of the exhaust onto the ground and wouldn’t have a chance to irritate the neighbors. All I have to do is figure out how to make fat sound waves.
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Old 01-28-2016, 08:15 PM   #13363
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Give it up Bear, all the fame and fortune you'll get from such a invention would ruin your life. I developed a car engine that ran off water and air! The problem came in dealing with the by products, ethanol and gas. Sure bottling the ethanol was the smart thing to do but now I'm constantly having to find some way of getting rid of all this gas! So if you think becoming a drunk and setting around farting all the time is a good life that go for it, it's your life!
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Old 01-28-2016, 08:50 PM   #13364
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Give it up Bear, all the fame and fortune you'll get from such a invention would ruin your life. I developed a car engine that ran off water and air! The problem came in dealing with the by products, ethanol and gas. Sure bottling the ethanol was the smart thing to do but now I'm constantly having to find some way of getting rid of all this gas! So if you think becoming a drunk and setting around farting all the time is a good life that go for it, it's your life!
Sounds like you might be a prospective customer for my riding lawn mower invention that runs off natural gas.
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Sounds like you might be a prospective customer for my riding lawn mower invention that runs off natural gas.
Don't need a lawn mower, we gots cows! They mow, trim and fertilize all in one motion!
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Don't need a lawn mower, we gots cows! They mow, trim and fertilize all in one motion!

Nope, cows are one motion, repeat motion, maybe several repeats, then natural gas.... More motion, repeat.... Oh well, you get the picture...
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I was expecting to see you hooked up the cows to collect the fuel...

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I was expecting to see you hooked up the cows to collect the fuel...

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Well look guys, another Mark showed back up! This thread is domed now. What you been up to, chewing your cud?

Glad to have you back!
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I look occasionally. Just nothing to say about some topics. Now I am wondering if the list can break 1000 pages. ;-)
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It all depends on which thread post page you select. On a fifty posts to the page selection you are only in for 268 pages but the forum default shows 955 pages. If you select 5 posts per page then we are already well beyond your ponder.
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