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Old 07-11-2016, 08:51 AM   #1
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Something I have noticed this last month is folks getting their pants in a knot because they felt the thread they were posting to should be exclusive their rig their type of fuel their pets etc.

One of the things I like about FR forum is that it has been from my experience all inclusive and makes no difference how big your rig your wallet or your ego is. I hope it stays that way.

My advice and hope is those who feel the pinch while posting that want to say you are not welcome in this thread, take a deep breath, have a cup of coffee or a beer or in my case a gin and tonic and embrace the responses they are what make this forum fun and enlightening.

Am I wrong?
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Old 07-11-2016, 09:14 AM   #2
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Old 07-11-2016, 09:20 AM   #3
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Something I have noticed this last month is folks getting their pants in a knot because they felt the thread they were posting to should be exclusive their rig their type of fuel their pets etc.

One of the things I like about FR forum is that it has been from my experience all inclusive and makes no difference how big your rig your wallet or your ego is. I hope it stays that way.

My advice and hope is those who feel the pinch while posting that want to say you are not welcome in this thread, take a deep breath, have a cup of coffee or a beer or in my case a gin and tonic and embrace the responses they are what make this forum fun and enlightening.

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You are "Spot On" just make sure you have a slice of Fresh Lime in your G & T! Youroo!!
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Old 07-11-2016, 09:24 AM   #4
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I have a totally different position on this. Try Rum and tonic with lime.
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Old 07-11-2016, 09:26 AM   #5
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Old 07-11-2016, 09:40 AM   #6
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If you waited for someone to reply who had the exact same setup as you, you'd be waiting a very long time. I may not have exactly what you have but they have enough in common.

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I hesitate to post on some of the MH stuff. I see mostly MH people say...I only want MH people to respond. I will tell you one thing. You will get corrected if you post something questionable. There are a lot of educated people out there...most of the time it is correct too..most of the time.
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You are "Spot On" just make sure you have a slice of Fresh Lime in your G & T! Youroo!!
X2! On both the post and the Fresh Lime!!!
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We have issues with this on both the A-frame and Pop-up forums. The fridge (in particular) and electrical systems are just different enough from the big boys that the advice given is sometimes very confusing. Being smaller and cheaper, we get a lot of first-time owners who do not understand the differences, and aren't aware that they need to look at what the poster has for an RV before taking the advice to heart.

Because I have never owned anything but a PUP or A-frame, I make it my policy to stay out the specific forums for the bigger RVs.

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