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Old 11-09-2014, 04:56 PM   #26279
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135 psi will do it, but much more slowly; possibly extremely so!
The porter cable 150 psi with the 6 gallon tank that was recommended will do the job much better due to the higher air volume and quicker pressure recovery time. I had a 130 psi that I gave away to a fellow with a class C when I bought my Monaco.
I use extenders in the duallies and also have a TST TPMS with 12 sensors (8 on MH, 4 on toad).
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Thank you, RV1 for the info, we are in the process of purchasing all what we will need for the coach, so when we pick up The Phoenix will be ready to fly.
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Old 11-09-2014, 05:11 PM   #26280
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Thank you, RV1 for the info, we are in the process of purchasing all what we will need for the coach, so when we pick up The Phoenix will be ready to fly.

"The Phoenix". Nice coach name!
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Old 11-09-2014, 05:26 PM   #26281
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I'll have you know I have read every one of the 26,277 relplies posted to this thread. It gets hard some days if I'm driving and can only read first thing in the morning and after the day is over, but I do read them all. It's best to read 3 times daily if you can, then it just takes a minute or two to ketchup.

And I will report it was a BE-U-TI-ful day in Rockport. Sunny, light winds, high in th mid 70s. We took Lily to the dog park. She stepped on a grass bur for the first time, but was so busy being social she waited a full 5 minutes before she would come over and let me pull it out. Who needs 4 legs to walk on, anyway? Three work perfectly fine when you're busy.

I then spent 30 minutes looking for and pulling up grass bur plants, but only found 2. I'm sure last week's rain will have a fresh crop germinating soon.

Hey Barb!
Hugs to you and Lily and Sena.
Lily is a social "animal".
Were the stickers goatheads? They are all over the park across from us.
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Old 11-09-2014, 05:32 PM   #26282
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I'll have you know I have read every one of the 26,277 relplies posted to this thread. It gets hard some days if I'm driving and can only read first thing in the morning and after the day is over, but I do read them all. It's best to read 3 times daily if you can, then it just takes a minute or two to ketchup.

And I will report it was a BE-U-TI-ful day in Rockport. Sunny, light winds, high in th mid 70s. We took Lily to the dog park. She stepped on a grass bur for the first time, but was so busy being social she waited a full 5 minutes before she would come over and let me pull it out. Who needs 4 legs to walk on, anyway? Three work perfectly fine when you're busy.

I then spent 30 minutes looking for and pulling up grass bur plants, but only found 2. I'm sure last week's rain will have a fresh crop germinating soon.
You too?

I thought I was the only one demented enough to read all these posts word for word.

We should get some sort of reward or sumpin
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Has any Muties taken a side trip to Charleston South Carolina, and into Camden S.C. Lots of history there. Nice place to visit.
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Barb, we call them goat heads here, boy do they hurt. Stepped on a few my self.
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Old 11-09-2014, 06:08 PM   #26285
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QUOTE=Badlands;2303462]Dont't know if I ask this question yet, does any mutes use dually valve and or tire valve extenders. Also, will 135 psi air compressor work or will we need to get a 150 psi compressor. Because our coach will not have a compressor on from factory.[/QUOTE]

With valve extenders you have to be careful they dont leak...

When the tire shop installed my new tires they installed flow through caps...

Check these out, with a straight tire gauge no extenders required.


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Old 11-09-2014, 06:12 PM   #26286
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OK - My name is Steve and I'm a mutantaholic. I read every post. When I find myself bored, waiting in line, pumping fuel - whatever - I just take a look on the phone and if I feel the need - I post. If not enough time I just close out and move on. Like now. Gotta go!

Have fun folks. We are still not finished. GEESH.....
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Has any Muties taken a side trip to Charleston South Carolina, and into Camden S.C. Lots of history there. Nice place to visit.

We toured the East coast extensively for 25 years. Charleston, Camden, Savannah, Maine....many fine places. Anyone needing East coast ideas, Judy (Badlands) and I can help!
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Nice to hear it has stop raining and the sun is out in Rockport.
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I have never been to Maine to see it on our east coast tour.
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I have never been to Maine to see it on our east coast tour.

Before you go, hook up with me.
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I have never been to Maine to see it on our east coast tour.
But I kind a like the music. Wait - or was it Spain?
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BTW - Jackson Brown is back and signing of place RVM1 visited recently and of other things that seem mutant to me.

http://youtu.be/bEz1IDUyPO8
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