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Old 03-10-2013, 12:17 PM   #1975
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Already did that, have you seen the cup that hold a whole can of soup? You put the lid on and microwave. Take the top off(as if you didn' t know that) and eat. Get for single serve left overs etc.
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Old 03-11-2013, 09:01 PM   #1977
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Just picked up a couple kick @ss bikes for the Mrs and I You have to love it when careless department store workers mistag things. I got to $632 bikes for only $139 each! Saved so much me gave me the go ahead to get a new quieter Gen set!!! Woohoo
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Old 03-11-2013, 09:25 PM   #1980
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A digital tire pressure guage. The analog and pencil type are absolete and mine don't register the same psi on the same tire. This $13.00 digital from Amazon is great, in my opinion.
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Recently read that the digital tire gauges are not as accurate as a good analog gauge.
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Old 03-11-2013, 10:42 PM   #1982
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A digital tire pressure guage. The analog and pencil type are absolete and mine don't register the same psi on the same tire. This $13.00 digital from Amazon is great, in my opinion.
I understand they may not be as acurate as other methods but if you can't see the lines and numbers well and can read the digital the pressure will be more actuate rather than a guesstimate.
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I understand they may not be as acurate as other methods but if you can't see the lines and numbers well and can read the digital the pressure will be more actuate rather than a guesstimate.
I did not see where eyesight was the OP's reasoning.

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Based on the article I read in a recent RV publication I would say that digital gauges have yet to make analog gauges obsolete. IMHO of course.
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Does a new heating element for the Dometic refer count? Original lasted 10+ years even though the cooling unit lasted only 9 or so.
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A digital tire pressure gauge. The analog and pencil type are obsolete and mine don't register the same psi on the same tire. This $13.00 digital from Amazon is great, in my opinion.
Go to NAPA and buy a certified gauge, they are the pencil style and have been tested and certified to be accurate. Mine varies a few psi from my digital that is supposed to be accurate to psi.
I don't use the certified one to check pressures, only to verify that the one I'm using is close.
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New set of Camco two piece stinky slinky's and appropriate connections. The dealer supplied slinky was a POS.
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[QUOTE=phinneyj;1493170]I did not see where eyesight was the OP's reasoning.
It wasn't in the OP reasoning, it's in mine.
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I have one of the digital gauges. Every time I need it the most the batteries are dead. Now I just use analog one.
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