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Old 06-07-2016, 12:31 PM   #11
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The GPM calculation is on the bottom of the page where you enter fuel additions. So far we have entered all fuel additions and the computer knows milage, so its a quick calculation for the computer. Some how there must be a fuel consumed number being generated that allows the calculation accuracy when partial fill-up are made. Un-clear as to how that works, but traditional methods of checking confirm it's pretty close.
The screen page also shows fuel and dollers spent and location in a historical log.
I'm not in the MH so I can't remember the icons but I think it's RV Maint.
I know from Brian's input there are different hardware/software versions so if your interested further, PM me with your version and I'll check mine......Bob
Holy moly I think I'm missing a whole section somewhere. Is this on the dash of the freightliner or somewhere else?
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Old 06-08-2016, 10:33 AM   #12
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Congrats to you force guys, really nice rigs. At 200K, that is a league above almost all of us. I was thinking at that price level, an extra grand per trip is chump change.
That's sort of like saying since you own your own business, "You Must Be Rich". I hear it all the time since I own 3 businesses. Ask any small business owner & they will tell you the same thing...Yeah, I can afford this but I don't have any money in the bank & I will never see a big pay day unless I sell my businesses. Even then, the government will take all that in capital gains tax & I won't have a pension or retirement plan. Don't confuse hard work & little luck as being rich, we're just enjoying the fruits of our labor while we can. A $1000 bucks IS a big deal to me & even though one of the businesses I own is a Cigar Lounge, I'm not lighting my cigars with $100 dollar bills.
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Old 06-08-2016, 11:13 AM   #13
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phhhhhtttttt. As GM of the division that builds these nice rigs....I obviously light mine with $500 bills.
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Old 06-08-2016, 11:34 AM   #14
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phhhhhtttttt. As GM of the division that builds these nice rigs....I obviously light mine with $500 bills.

That right there is funny. Would have been taken out of context with the written word only, the picture says it all!
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Here I am eating Ramen and lighting my cigars with RV Toilet paper

... this is the life of being RV poor I suppose ...
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Here I am eating Ramen and lighting my cigars with RV Toilet paper

... this is the life of being RV poor I suppose ...
That single ply must go up like flash paper.
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Using poison ivy, no money for TP.


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That's sort of like saying since you own your own business, "You Must Be Rich". I hear it all the time since I own 3 businesses. Ask any small business owner & they will tell you the same thing...Yeah, I can afford this but I don't have any money in the bank & I will never see a big pay day unless I sell my businesses. Even then, the government will take all that in capital gains tax & I won't have a pension or retirement plan. Don't confuse hard work & little luck as being rich, we're just enjoying the fruits of our labor while we can. A $1000 bucks IS a big deal to me & even though one of the businesses I own is a Cigar Lounge, I'm not lighting my cigars with $100 dollar bills.
Lol, we all work hard. Enjoy your rig!
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The good fresh stuff I'm sure...and not the fall, crumbly dry stuff.
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