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Old 04-17-2013, 12:56 PM   #2185
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And only slightly higher than the pan.
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Old 04-17-2013, 01:07 PM   #2186
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Crude, the trick is... to not fill the drain pan as full. Stick your hand up there in that warm oil and put the drain plug back in when the pan is only half full. I love the feel of warm oil. Bring plenty of rags. I use one of those big plastic hospital pans they used to give you.
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Old 04-17-2013, 01:12 PM   #2187
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And if the DW reads this I will need a divorce attorney. I have been telling her all these things came in the coach when we bought it last December. Just took it out of storage last week
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Old 04-17-2013, 01:32 PM   #2188
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Bug screens for the water heater and furnace for dirt diabers,
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Old 04-17-2013, 06:11 PM   #2189
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Valve Crude. Valve. Value is what you put on Dunner's opinions.
I'm sorry. As you can tell, spelling and English were my 2 worst subjects in school. Took typing one year in high school, then didn't use it for 30 some plus years. But thanks to the irv2, Ford Truck and Jeep forums I have become pretty fluent in hunt and peck.
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I'm sorry. As you can tell, spelling and English were my 2 worst subjects in school. Took typing one year in high school, then didn't use it for 30 some plus years. But thanks to the irv2, Ford Truck and Jeep forums I have become pretty fluent in hunt and peck.
I get ya every time!! Dunner was funnin ya cause everyone knows his valves are sticky. But he may have bought something of value lately.

I got this and all that goes with it today based on a recommendation above. Actually glycerin filled gauge and heavy duty all the way around. This will outlast me.
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Gosh, I hate to admit this: State Farm is buying us a new roof and awning after a storm front took the awning up and over then pounded the roof with the posts for about 5 minutes on Easter morning.
Afterwards I had that sickening feeling that we should have known to take the awning in with thunderstorms in the area. A Google search on RV+awning+storm damage led me to IRV2, so that's the silver lining.
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What is a dirt diabers?
A distant cousin of the mud dauber.
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Mud daubers and dirt daubers are cousins to wasps. Some get them confused seeing them for the first time.
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