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Old 12-12-2011, 05:37 PM   #11
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to all wishing a good day

I will try it to the left side and see how it works
for a while
getting back to this thread (subject matter)
many things loosen on travel trailers because
there is not much solid backing
so as to secure into
the three screws I found lose on door shock
were just about ready to fall out
they were self tapping screws
as used much these days
in fast production type factories
I noticed that there was a good amount
of pressure on the door shock when used
screws were not biteing into door much
used just a tad of epoxy on the threads
today they are rock solid
still if I wish to take them out sometime
it will be no problem
to all wishing a good day
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Old 01-01-2012, 09:22 AM   #12
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THING is hard as a rock now

we just returned home from a few days out
in our trailer
it was a nice trip of around 3 hundred miles
I have pulled trailers for many years now
and I must say
"this THING pulls very nice"

but oh yes once again
I had to call on the epoxy (JB Weld) fast set

the faucet (plastic) has a swivel end piece
I barely touched that THING while doing the dishes
sprung a wicked leak
there are a couple of o-rings in there
with a little screw holding all together
the plastic cracked
I said to "heck" with the swivel I do not use
epoxyed the whole end piece solid
after some sanding that is

THING is hard as a rock now

I had to buy the JB weld at a little desert auto store
paid almost twice the price
still worth it's weight in gold !!

and
I could carry on with my mighty duties
Mountainman's dishes

MM
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Old 01-01-2012, 10:17 AM   #13
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What a stupid thing to argue about.
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Old 01-01-2012, 01:00 PM   #14
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so many times we have failed !!

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What a stupid thing to argue about.

thank you jim
for stopping by and adding something
POSTIVE ??
to the thread

today is the New Year
may we all
do our best
to get off on the right foot

so many times we have failed !!

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Old 01-01-2012, 01:46 PM   #15
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Well,I don't see any thing wrong with Mountainmanbob's method of posting.I don't have any problem with reading and understanding his posts.I agree with j44646-what a stupid thing to argue about.Chill out and get on with and enjoy life.Now if Mountainmanbob does a start from the right and types the words backwards,I may see cause for a small amount of concern.If you don't like how he does things-hit ignor.Just saying.

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Old 01-01-2012, 03:16 PM   #16
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Does the word "moderator" mean God? I think the base word is "moderate." That being the case, the Webster Dictionary first meaning is, "a: avoiding extremes of behavior or expression : observing reasonable limits." Let the man have it his way, if you don't like it, ignore him.

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Old 01-01-2012, 04:26 PM   #17
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Well,I don't see any thing wrong with Mountainmanbob's method of posting.

Now if Mountainmanbob does a start from the right and types the words backwards,I may see cause for a small amount of concern.If you don't like how he does things-hit ignor.Just saying.

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thank you 09grizzly1 and Jim44646

in a way it seems kind of funny on this
New Year
came to site here to enjoy and share
thoughts of trailering and camping
when WOW
other's were struck
who is this new guy
and would you all LOOK
at his way of posting
someone get out the rule book fast
this can not be right
can it ??

what the heck is wrong with him
get the MODs on this fast !!!

and close to an election year !!!

what the heck is our country coming to ???

I agree with you 09grizzly1
if it just don't fit for some
why do they even take the time
to visit my posts ?

kind of like want to be cops
they don't get the pay
but
still
have a whole lot to say

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Old 01-01-2012, 05:16 PM   #18
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J-B Weld is good stuff. There is no telling how many applications, uses, and materials that stuff has been used.

I really appreciate these forums and the posts. I have learned a lot of things over the years from various forums. The first one I ever belonged to was the Popup Portal back when we had a popup. In fact, there was a member who I became good friends with named “MtnCamper” and every time I see someone with a screen name with any variation of the word “mountain”, I think about him. I wish he was still with us today.

Thanks for reminding me about MtnCamper and why I like these forums.
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Old 01-01-2012, 08:17 PM   #19
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no epoxy needed for "God's Ducks"

"God's Ducks"

Sitting by the duck pond
been coming here for years
place to be when I am full of joy
place to shed some tears

Little ducks are happy to see me
no matter what I've said or done
it seems that all they care about
is being fed and having fun

There is something very tranquil here
letting the thoughts of my mind
slip by
precious moments given by God
the only one -- most high

They seem to take me with them at times
to a place so far away
where I can relax and enjoy
God's will and what he has to say

Do not fret the things of this world
he tells me that I am only passing through
trust, faith, and receive salvation
a free gift for me and you

Mountainman B 02-24-06
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"God's Ducks"

Sitting by the duck pond
been coming here for years
place to be when I am full of joy
place to shed some tears

Little ducks are happy to see me
no matter what I've said or done
it seems that all they care about
is being fed and having fun

There is something very tranquil here
letting the thoughts of my mind
slip by
precious moments given by God
the only one -- most high

They seem to take me with them at times
to a place so far away
where I can relax and enjoy
God's will and what he has to say

Do not fret the things of this world
he tells me that I am only passing through
trust, faith, and receive salvation
a free gift for me and you

Mountainman B 02-24-06
Proper use for center align text Love the poem.
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