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Old 07-14-2016, 06:16 PM   #41
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I drove my Berk from Schoodic Woods, ME to Pemaquid Point, ME.
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Old 07-14-2016, 10:59 PM   #42
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Yes it's the same size wheel. Bought it at Raineys chrome shop online.


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Old 07-16-2016, 08:39 PM   #43
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Been driving mine...left Wednesday 2:30 PM from Rapid City MI, drove 2200 miles, averaged 10.00 mpg cruise control set at 65 mph, even going up the Rockies, (speed dropped a bit on the steep hills) but I was able to pass all the trucks lumbering with their flashers on...(Love the torque of that big engine), got home today before noon. 39 driving hours. tired but happy to see my wife and son and dogs but mostly my bed....
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Old 07-17-2016, 05:43 AM   #44
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It's great that you made it home, and no issues to boot. Again congrats. on the purchase and hoping you have many years of building memories with it.
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Old 07-17-2016, 05:53 AM   #45
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Been driving mine...left Wednesday 2:30 PM from Rapid City MI, drove 2200 miles, averaged 10.00 mpg cruise control set at 65 mph, even going up the Rockies, (speed dropped a bit on the steep hills) but I was able to pass all the trucks lumbering with their flashers on...(Love the torque of that big engine), got home today before noon. 39 driving hours. tired but happy to see my wife and son and dogs but mostly my bed....

Good deal on your new purchase. Glad you trip went well. You talk of getting home to your bed? If you would of walked about 30' to your rear you would found a bed. Lol

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Glad you made it home safely. On to the next adventure!
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Good to hear you're home. Now time to enjoy that new toy


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Old 07-18-2016, 03:48 PM   #48
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I did the Direct Tv and Satellite thing and had to figure out the 4x4 HDMI switch.They sure don't make it easy to understand. But, mission complete.

Next I have to figure out the Freightliner computer thing like odo trip 1, trip 2 and fuel thing..
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Old 07-19-2016, 09:57 AM   #49
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I did the Direct Tv and Satellite thing and had to figure out the 4x4 HDMI switch.They sure don't make it easy to understand. But, mission complete.

Next I have to figure out the Freightliner computer thing like odo trip 1, trip 2 and fuel thing..
Which brings up another newbie question....

That 4x4 HDMI switch is pretty sweet - it basically serves a source signal to all 4 TVs...which got me to thinking...

We got the Winegard Trav'lr antenna as well. At present we do not have a DirecTV account (we are waiting until Goshen to see if they have any rally specials)

So, I wonder, if we hook the DirecTV receiver to the 4X4, it should serve the satellite channel to all 4 TVs...shouldn't it?
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Which brings up another newbie question....

That 4x4 HDMI switch is pretty sweet - it basically serves a source signal to all 4 TVs...which got me to thinking...

We got the Winegard Trav'lr antenna as well. At present we do not have a DirecTV account (we are waiting until Goshen to see if they have any rally specials)

So, I wonder, if we hook the DirecTV receiver to the 4X4, it should serve the satellite channel to all 4 TVs...shouldn't it?
Being a Newbie myself. I purchased the Direct Tv receiver from Direct tv, since I was a customer anyway, but Direct Tv had to activate the box.
But yes, I did put Direct Tv on all of the TV's thru the HDMI switch. Then went on to try different things, like Direct tv on one, regular tv on another and DVD on another, it worked like it was suppose to. Now the question is:? will direct Tv work in other locations???? TBD later.
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