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Old 05-02-2015, 12:12 PM   #15
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Old 05-02-2015, 09:31 PM   #16
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It looks like Indiana is like Idaho and has two time zones. If you are in the Eastern time zone of Indiana and I'm in the Pacific time zone, then we have 3 hr difference. Your 3:30 is only my 12:30 and I'm a late night person so it isn't too late at all.
Well several years back we never changed our clocks (winter we were the same as east coast, summer same is Chicago) It was wonderful, then our then governor pushed it through state government and we now change clocks. Anyway, NW Indiana is on same time as Chicago but the rest of the state is same as NY and it sucks. Doesn't get dark here in the middle of summer until 9:45m or 10. Not many like it. So that is Indiana for now.


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Old 05-02-2015, 09:51 PM   #17
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I work from 4:00pm to midnight and am on the West Coast, so by the time I get off it's 4:00am back east.
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Old 05-02-2015, 10:15 PM   #18
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I am in Indianapolis and when we changed to observing daylight savings time it was said we were one of only 2 states that did not change clocks and we needed to change due to other states not knowing what time we were on. It was done for business.
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Old 05-04-2015, 12:46 AM   #19
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Heating man, your right it is a done deal but it would have made more sense to be on the same time (CT) as Chicago, seeing that is only 4 hrs drive time from Indy, while NYC (ET) is over 10 hrs away. btw the other that's is AZ.


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Old 05-04-2015, 01:02 AM   #20
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I am in Thailand, so 13 hours ahead of east coast time, 12 ahead of central time, and 10 west coast time! It is 1:00 pm here now! So early afternoon!
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Old 05-04-2015, 09:24 PM   #21
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I am in Thailand, so 13 hours ahead of east coast time, 12 ahead of central time, and 10 west coast time! It is 1:00 pm here now! So early afternoon!
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Arch, there are a few, mostly for small TT, and small MH's, never been to one over here, so do not know about the hook-ups! You very rarely see a MH over here, and when you do, they are very small! They have great big double decker tour busses, so, if they can get around, Just say'n! The other thing is the electric over here is 240, so that is a issue for bringing a U.S. RV over here! Plus the import duty would kill you! Rail!
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Arch, there are a few, mostly for small TT, and small MH's, never been to one over here, so do not know about the hook-ups! You very rarely see a MH over here, and when you do, they are very small! They have great big double decker tour busses, so, if they can get around, Just say'n! The other thing is the electric over here is 240, so that is a issue for bringing a U.S. RV over here! Plus the import duty would kill you! Rail!
Do you have your RV in Thailand with you or is it back here in the states?
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Do you have your RV in Thailand with you or is it back here in the states?
Arch, my MH is in Glendale, Az. on consignment at Sunland Sales. I do wish it was over here, but it sure would seem big and I do not think I could get it in either of of our drives at the two houses that we own, and if it would fit, there would be room for nothing else! Hahahaha!! Rail!
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Couldn't sleep tonight, so came out to the forum to do some reading and was surprised at the amount of people that are here at 3:30am (Indiana time). If I counted right there are 82 boards/forums in the Community section alone and out those 82 boards there are 64 that have people viewing a thread on each. Some had only 1 person viewing and the most was 94 in the Class A Motorhome discussion. This place is definitely addictive and I have joined the late night crowd.

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