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Old 09-25-2014, 10:13 PM   #22933
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Is your on board like mine - slower than Christmas - so you bought a 150 psi to do the job. Or does Citrus actually have enough umph to air a tire in a reasonable amount of time.
I have had no problem adding air to my tires with the on board compressor. No one has to step on the brake. Airing up works very well. My tires only go to 100 psi for the front and I carry 110 on the rears.

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Me-oh-my, I wish we could make the Rockport gathering of Mutants. No way this year. Is there a RVM rally once a year? We'll make the next one, for sure. I have to make y'all my bacon-wrapped, cheese-stuffed, grilled jalapeno boats.

Ok, do any Mutants own a coach made by National? What's the quality, fit and finish, etc? I asked that question on the Class A forum and the replies were very positive. National coaches are orphans, I understand, as the CA based company went out of business several years ago.

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Just wanted to pop in to say hello. I miss all my fellow mutants but I'm having a good time. Dwayne is still hunting for deer that I think are only a myth here but he did take a day off to bring me to the beach. Had a prefect day and I even got him into the water, jeans and all.

Sending all my love and well wishes.

I hope Barb is feeling better and I'm glad all your test are coming out ok Steve
Did Dwayne have to "wet" that badly that he had to step into the water?

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Old 09-25-2014, 10:19 PM   #22934
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R U an RV Mutant too?

Don and Sandee are back and we were to be just across the interstate having Bella's oil and lube job done this afternoon, so the inevitable has once again occurred ... Dinner!
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On a whim we decided to stay the night at their "home" CG, and coincidentally the space next to them was available. Well whaddya know?! And dinner time, too. (Good thing, or we'd have had to open our last can of SPAM!)

It gets better: tomorrow morning we'll all be at the Original Pancake House, snarfing down bacon and other assorted goodies. Mmmm-hmmmm!

We'll get a good look at their beautiful new flooring, the guys will undoubtedly talk technicals, and we will sympathize (knowingly) about their slide problems. (Wouldn't wish all that on anyone!)

I sure hope they can make it to Rockport. Come to think about it, I hope WE can make it, too! The more time we spend with folks like Don and Sandee, the better we enjoy their company. Mutants and their mates are the best!

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Old 09-25-2014, 10:26 PM   #22935
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I have had no problem adding air to my tires with the on board compressor. No one has to step on the brake. Airing up works very well. My tires only go to 100 psi for the front and I carry 110 on the rears.
ok Wayne stop drinking 110psi go's in the front 100psi in the rear
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Old 09-25-2014, 10:46 PM   #22936
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Don and Sandee are back and we were to be just across the interstate having Bella's oil and lube job done this afternoon, so the inevitable has once again occurred ... Dinner!
Attachment 74991 No food, you say? Too late; we ate!

On a whim we decided to stay the night at their "home" CG, and coincidentally the space next to them was available. Well whaddya know?! And dinner time, too. (Good thing, or we'd have had to open our last can of SPAM!)

It gets better: tomorrow morning we'll all be at the Original Pancake House, snarfing down bacon and other assorted goodies. Mmmm-hmmmm!

We'll get a good look at their beautiful new flooring, the guys will undoubtedly talk technicals, and we will sympathize (knowingly) about their slide problems. (Wouldn't wish all that on anyone!)

I sure hope they can make it to Rockport. Come to think about it, I hope WE can make it, too! The more time we spend with folks like Don and Sandee, the better we enjoy their company. Mutants and their mates are the best!

Cheers!

You folks are having waaaayyyy too much fun.
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Old 09-25-2014, 10:50 PM   #22937
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ok Wayne stop drinking 110psi go's in the front 100psi in the rear
I'm glad you mentioned that - I have 115 in front & 85 in rears - and there is no amount of allowable weight that I can put on the rear axel that will change that.

I would have to see this to believe it. I guess my little Bounder just can't produce the hot air... My air releases well below 150 psi and to pump 110 to 115 into a tire with my engine air is burning daylight...
I know - others do it you way Wayne - even Tim apparently. Maybe everyone one. Heck even the 150 psi compressor cuts out a bit on the fronts. I had checked air last year and a piece of grit held the stem in - next day tire empty. I'd still be there if I'd relied on the on board compressor...
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Don and Sandee are back and we were to be just across the interstate having Bella's oil and lube job done this afternoon, so the inevitable has once again occurred ... Dinner!
Attachment 74991 No food, you say? Too late; we ate!

On a whim we decided to stay the night at their "home" CG, and coincidentally the space next to them was available. Well whaddya know?! And dinner time, too. (Good thing, or we'd have had to open our last can of SPAM!)

It gets better: tomorrow morning we'll all be at the Original Pancake House, snarfing down bacon and other assorted goodies. Mmmm-hmmmm!

We'll get a good look at their beautiful new flooring, the guys will undoubtedly talk technicals, and we will sympathize (knowingly) about their slide problems. (Wouldn't wish all that on anyone!)

I sure hope they can make it to Rockport. Come to think about it, I hope WE can make it, too! The more time we spend with folks like Don and Sandee, the better we enjoy their company. Mutants and their mates are the best!

Cheers!
Would ya look at that... 4 of a kind. RVMS that is.
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OK Mutants - guess what I found - Kate and Mel - other picture....
Nice looking couple. We are looking forward to eventually meeting in person.
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Site 31 at D&W is fine with us! This is at 6:30 this morning looking east from the driver's window:
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The neighbors are pretty cool, too. They must be RVMs!

Coffee in my cup - drink it up, drink it up! (Some song fragment from somewhere in the dim and distant .... 'Course that could be yesterday, fer all I know!)

Wishin' y'all a gooood Friday!
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Ok I found the jeep I want it's a jeep panther!!!!! it will go any where. even across a lake at 44mph wow. now if I can just hit the lotto I'll get one at $155,000.00 but watch the video oh my god I love it. www.watercar.com this beats the pants off a rubicon
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Ok I found the jeep I want it's a jeep panther!!!!! it will go any where. even across a lake at 44mph wow. now if I can just hit the lotto I'll get one at $155,000.00 but watch the video oh my god I love it. www.watercar.com this beats the pants off a rubicon
That thing has get up and go to spare... !

Too late Tim - we already have the black one for you..
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I want a red one of these. Match my truck.
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8 more days of hunting for me here in this state. I like yours better Steve . more days but better out come.
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