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General Discussion / Re: Pressure washing
« Last post by 1930 on Today at 11:16:38 AM »
If you want to throw money away all donations gratefully accepted.  ;D I was in the outdoor power equipment field for many years, as far as I am concerned the cheap stuff is junk. They are not serviceable, if the pump fails and it will the cost will be too close to the price of a new unit to be worthwhile but it's your nickel.

BTW I agree, trying to find the best option

I paid 1000 many years ago for my good washer, HB has them for 70 bucks, Id be using it once a month for a few minutes at a clip. I could buy alot of HF garbage for that money plus HF extended warranty is cheap, 3 years for little money
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General Discussion / Re: Pressure washing
« Last post by 1930 on Today at 11:14:38 AM »
If you want to throw money away all donations gratefully accepted.  ;D I was in the outdoor power equipment field for many years, as far as I am concerned the cheap stuff is junk. They are not serviceable, if the pump fails and it will the cost will be too close to the price of a new unit to be worthwhile but it's your nickel.

EDIT: I also have a high dollar gas powered pressure washer that I could bring out to the property if need be, Id rather not do that though cause prop. is 2 hrs away and if I leave it than I dont have one........cant say the last time I used it though so maybe that would be a good alternative.
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General Discussion / Re: Conformation?
« Last post by Suzn1253 on Today at 11:11:58 AM »
Gary
Thank you too!  It's at least with some comfort to know that you, a forum staff member, also came up against this issue.  I thought I was just stupid and obviously my college degrees did not prep me for this initiative   Yup, live and learn.

I hate to say misery loves company because I really don't want to have others be miserable. :-)   However I like knowing that I am not the isolated case. 

The other side of this that is so bothersome is that when these manufacturers sell these trucks there should be some assurance that there is at least one person on the staff who know the ropes.  That is not the case.  With all the misery in the world today I guess it won't be a main focus but somehow it should be noted.

Thanks again,
Sue xoxo
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General Discussion / Re: Pressure washing
« Last post by Roy M on Today at 11:06:54 AM »
If you want to throw money away all donations gratefully accepted.  ;D I was in the outdoor power equipment field for many years, as far as I am concerned the cheap stuff is junk. They are not serviceable, if the pump fails and it will the cost will be too close to the price of a new unit to be worthwhile but it's your nickel.
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I came across this article a few nights ago. AT&T CEO makes a bold statement about "cleaning up the customer base" in a talk at a JP Morgan conference. He doesn't give details about exactly who that customer is, but it is interesting.

https://www.cordcuttersnews.com/atts-ceo-wants-you-to-cancel-directv-now-directv/


Hopefully this doesn't mean "cleaning up" grandfathered Mobley customers  :-\
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General Discussion / Re: Conformation?
« Last post by Suzn1253 on Today at 11:05:18 AM »
Hi Spencer!

Hmmm, you might be right.  I'm so obsessed with the room for the dogs I may be overlooking the important part.  We are new to RVing and probably need a break in period.  It's a very valid point and one I will truly consider as we look at the RVs.

Thanks for the kind words on the truck.  It is pretty but I guess looks really aren't everything.  :-)

Thanks again,

Sue  xoxo
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Motorhomes / Re: 454 Backfires under load
« Last post by darsben on Today at 11:04:35 AM »
Update. Will start tearing into it next week.
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RVing outside the USA / Re: It Happened To Us
« Last post by Roy M on Today at 10:59:55 AM »
We were searched once going south by an agricultural inspector, she confiscated a tomato. ::) Yours was likely a random search, they probably get 'hits' and it keeps everyone on their toes.
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General Discussion / Pressure washing
« Last post by 1930 on Today at 10:59:43 AM »
I bought a new tractor, cost alot of money and havent even made the first payment and yet it looks like its old and not well cared for, covered in dust and mud.

Its out in the woods in my storage container alongst side my old camper ( 1988 Sunline ) This is my camper https://postlmg.cc/PLBYTc6N

I also have a 275 gallon IBC tote for water which I can get filled. ( this is an example of what I have https://www.plastic-mart.com/product/9189/275-gallon-re-bottled-ibc-tote-ce-275tote )

I have a camper, I have a generator, I have a water container and I have a dirty tractor, I still need to get a cheap ( as in prob. harbor freight ) pressure washer

What do I need to get on the cheap side to get my tractor cleaned?

I need to spend as little as possible since its only a temporary deal, I plan to start building on the property in a few years and at that point Im willing to spend money.

Someone on another forum told me I could use the camper pump ( this is an example of the pump I installed in my camper https://www.ebay.com/itm/New-SHURflo-12V-3-0-GPM-RV-Water-Pump-4008-101-A65-Revolution/153027439717?epid=2254491359&hash=item23a1256c65:g:gw8AAMXQWzNSlNuG )  to not only transfer the water that I bring into the site via 5 gallons at a time to fill the IBC tote but could also use that pump to feed water to the cheap pressure washer?

Someone also suggested that I should bury the tote in the ground, help with algae formation.....seems like alot of work....I also plan to use the water in that IBC tote to shower with ect ect.

Not drinking water

Thanks
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General Discussion / Re: Buzzing noise
« Last post by 1930 on Today at 10:45:43 AM »
Its an 88 Sunline
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