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Old 07-16-2011, 11:54 AM   #1
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Towing tip

Just a reminder to all who have "Maxx Air vents". When driving on a gravel road. Make sure you stop and ensure that your vents are closed. A simple tip, but one that is easily forgotten. Wow, what a mess. I won't do that again. Lol.
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Old 07-16-2011, 12:08 PM   #2
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I hear ya brother!

I leave mine open here at the house. Even though it's under cover the tt still gets dusty inside in just a couple of days. Our road is tar and gravel, so the dust is just what the wind blows around.

Some rain would help. Dry as he## and actual temps in the low to mid 100's!
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In the mountains 1 hour west of Calgary, Canada and hit a high of 60 degrees. 100 sound almost nice.
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At 60 I can build a campfire.

At 100+ a campfire doesn't help much!
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At 60 I can build a campfire.

At 100+ a campfire doesn't help much!
Very true. The furnace works while dry camping. The a/c doesn't. Good times. Good times.
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Very true. The furnace works while dry camping. The a/c doesn't. Good times. Good times.
Aint that the truth. Camping is great no matter what. We're going to the N.E. Okla FROG Rally wednesday, just in time for the forecasted hotest temps so far this summer. Mid to high 100's with heat indexes above 110!

Gonna be BIG FUN!
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