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  1. arabic
  2. gts
    03-18-2019 08:15 AM
    Hi Don this is Tony in SoCal, the outlaw has been good so i have no questions until now i know you will have the answers or can re-direct me so here we go

    1-im planning a trip from home to NC pick up pop then drive back I always have my side arm, but still would like to know the safest, easiest roads, best places to camp. Im planning on taking the 40 I will watch the weather
    2-About how many miles should i expect per tank after 500-550 i usually fill up
    3-i need tires should i go with the original michelin's or something as good but not as expensive
    4-It also needs shocks and an alignment any brand that you would recommend
    thanks for the advice
  3. JohnG2013KT
    Hi Don .... Following your post about the CrossFires you installed.. QQ: how did you get the dust caps holding the cap off? That would take one big ol' lug wrench, which I don't currently have ... Thanks for your help.. John
  4. Andrelapierr
    Hi you have helped me once before with my 37 dt and was wondering what you would do with the following problem. I had to pull my propane/c02 detector out if the wall as it would not stop going off and I must have blown a fuse. Right now my co2 detector my level indicator (propane/water/waste) and my outside radio are all not working. I have been through all of the fuses on the side of the bed and what I can see ünder the hood. Do you have a wiring diagram that could tell me where the fuse would be.
  5. Bamaprof
    04-06-2015 08:19 AM
    Don, Do you sell the brackets needed to convert the rear ramp to a deck? If so, I really want a set! GREAT mod and improvement.
  6. Karlwezmar
    Hello Again,

    I am just checking in to see what your schedule is like. Is the deck setup still available?

    Thanks! Karl
  7. Karlwezmar
    I'll just take a ride out to you one day if that's OK? I don't want to complicate your trip any more this weekend, and you can't be all that far away in NJ. I'm in Scranton, PA.

    I do have the rear door on my outlaw. It's Vi's old rig. I got it from her in May of this year and have put 4000 miles on it so far. I love it.

    Let me know when you're home and settled and we'll take it from there.

    Thanks, Karl
  8. Karlwezmar
    When are you going to Allentown and for how long? I'm about 1.5 hours north of Allentown. I googled Pine Hill; and it says its in Kutztown. I spent a lot of time down there during my undergraduate years and had a blast. That's a really neat area, and I'm sure you'll have a blast.

    If you wouldn't mind, can you email me at I'd very much appreciate your setup. Do you not use it any more? I'd like to give you at least something for it.

    Please let me know, and I'll speak with you soon.

    Sincerely, Karl
  9. Karlwezmar
    Hello. Vi texted me earlier today stating you've got a set of stairs for the deck conversion. I always though of making the ramp into a deck, and didn't know if it was possible! I guess it is, with something called "Don Cables". I bet there is a post about this somewhere - I'm horrible at navigating this site. Anyway, I'm in Scranton PA if the stairs are up for grabs.

    Thanks! Karl
  10. rvbunz
    04-18-2014 06:23 PM
    Check it out under the community forums

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