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Old 03-31-2016, 09:47 PM   #7041
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Will that Jack fit if your tire is flat??? Ironically I stopped this morning on my way to work to see if a stranded motorist needed help. Couldn't get the bottle jack under so I went back home and got them my floor jack.
Knowing you, you've probably got it all figured out. Was just wondering.

Ugh sorry to hear, ppl are such idiots that they have to break stuff they don't own or try to steal stuff so annoying
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Old 03-31-2016, 09:52 PM   #7042
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Not for a torsion axle is it?
Torsion axles need special handling when jacking, right? What is that special handling?
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Old 03-31-2016, 09:57 PM   #7043
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Ugh sorry to hear, ppl are such idiots that they have to break stuff they don't own or try to steal stuff so annoying
What got broken?
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Old 03-31-2016, 10:15 PM   #7044
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What got broken?
Wicked quoted the wrong post. He meant to quote the previous post about a camper being broken into.
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Old 03-31-2016, 10:21 PM   #7045
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All this talk about the blue streak have convinced me, gonna order too.
we used the Blue Streak for the first time last week and loved it, didn't get it for an odor problem, we just like the blue water and the pleasant scent,.... gives the bath a nice atmosphere,...... was a little darker blue than I expected it to be, so I added a little water for a 50/50 solution and still had the nice blue water and pleasant scent,......I do believe you'll be glad you tried it, we sure are,.....................
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we used the Blue Streak for the first time last week and loved it, didn't get it for an odor problem, we just like the blue water and the pleasant scent,.... gives the bath a nice atmosphere,...... was a little darker blue than I expected it to be, so I added a little water for a 50/50 solution and still had the nice blue water and pleasant scent,......I do believe you'll be glad you tried it, we sure are,.....................


Close the little clamp a couple of clicks so less solution is used each flush by restricting it.
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Old 04-01-2016, 12:00 AM   #7047
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I made bubbles!

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Now that I have them- next I need to figure out what to do. A downside to these wheels/tires is that I can only go to a commercial tire shop that has a cage or something since they're 125psi tires.
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Old 04-01-2016, 12:20 AM   #7048
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Close the little clamp a couple of clicks so less solution is used each flush by restricting it.
I looked at that clip and if I remember correctly it just is closed or open, I don't remember it having middle positions, but I could be wrong,...I'll check it tomorrow, but the 50/50 solution worked just fine
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Old 04-01-2016, 05:54 AM   #7049
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I looked at that clip and if I remember correctly it just is closed or open, I don't remember it having middle positions, but I could be wrong,...I'll check it tomorrow, but the 50/50 solution worked just fine


Yes look closely at how that clamp functions.
You'll see what I mean.
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Old 04-01-2016, 10:08 AM   #7050
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Now that I have them- next I need to figure out what to do. A downside to these wheels/tires is that I can only go to a commercial tire shop that has a cage or something since they're 125psi tires.
Just tighten the retaining nut a little until it stops. Should be a 9/16 wrench or nowadays 14mm.
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Old 04-01-2016, 10:09 AM   #7051
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Just tighten the retaining nut a little until it stops. Should be a 9/16 wrench or nowadays 14mm.

Sweet, I'll give it a shot.
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Old 04-01-2016, 11:50 AM   #7052
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Reset the Anderson Hitch it was spot on before but reloaded Roo and now it is 99% perfect. Put plans for new F350 on hold as I sprung the ? And will have a wife in the next few months, so Ring=Keep the F150

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I am happy as a Clam though worth the Sacrifice especially F150 is fairly new and so is Roo, wife makes everything better 🤗
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Old 04-01-2016, 11:54 AM   #7053
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Wicked1 congrats man. Now you can start saving for the 2017 F350.
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Wicked1 congrats man. Now you can start saving for the 2017 F350.
Congrats Wicked1... From someone who's been married 35+ years... I think I'll say... now you can start saving for the 2117 F350.
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Congrats Wicked but all of this on April 1st? Suspicious. Did you pop the question today? If it's real did your future wife not mind getting engaged on April Fools day?
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Old 04-01-2016, 12:38 PM   #7057
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Nope last week but worked on Roo and nope it is not a hoax it is real trust me my bank account knows the truth. I am waiting on F350 we are not upgrading trailer just yet saving for house so no need for a monster truck to pull a 5100# Roo...lol
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Reset the Anderson Hitch it was spot on before but reloaded Roo and now it is 99% perfect. Put plans for new F350 on hold as I sprung the ? And will have a wife in the next few months, so Ring=Keep the F150

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I am happy as a Clam though worth the Sacrifice especially F150 is fairly new and so is Roo, wife makes everything better ��
You need to talk her into one of these instead! (If she REALLY loves you.....!)
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Installed some spring clamps in the storage area to hold broom etc. 
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