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    Quote Originally Posted by TriGuy View Post
    A neat freak I am not.
    Me neither, but the camera is sometimes kind to my truck......Ben
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    Man it took forever to drain all the water from the tanks into the street gutter. You could smell the Clorox from 30' away. What ever might have been growing in there is dead now and washed away.
    "The only thing that we learn from torture is the depths of our own moral depravity"

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    The bacteria and fungi died in battle - which makes them heroes in their world.

    In these parts, we get all the freshwater out, or else it'll freeze up come Winter.

    Hunter
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post

    Even though I sanitize my tank a couple of times a year, I never drink or cook with the on-board water. I keep bottled water for that.
    Same here..

    Clorox is a wonder drug.. does wonders cleaning coolers and coffee cups..

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    Upgraded the rearview cameras for the camper and horse trailer. Went from analog wireless to digital wireless and from a two camera set up, one on the back of the camper and one inside the horse trailer to monitor the horse to a 3 camera set up. The 3rd camera will face traffic off the back of the horse trailer for lane changes and backing. no more blind spots. The cameras are always on when the truck and trailer lights are on, full night vision too.
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    "The only thing that we learn from torture is the depths of our own moral depravity"

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    Pretty cool, Eric...With a rig that big it pays to see as much as possible......Ben
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    Quote Originally Posted by TriGuy View Post
    Upgraded the rearview cameras for the camper and horse trailer. Went from analog wireless to digital wireless and from a two camera set up, one on the back of the camper and one inside the horse trailer to monitor the horse to a 3 camera set up. The 3rd camera will face traffic off the back of the horse trailer for lane changes and backing. no more blind spots. The cameras are always on when the truck and trailer lights are on, full night vision too.
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    Always wondered about the horses when we moved down here from WA. Seems like I'd stop about every 2 hrs or so and check on them. Camera would have been a great option back then.
    Fred

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    trump inspires me everyday...inspires me to vote blue...inspires me to call out the insanity... inspires me to push back against any and all supporters of the small handed orange clown

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    Day 4 on the road in the new camper. We are loving it. We are in Mendocino County at the mouth of the Noyo river. Hiking 10-12 miles each day and having seafood or BBQ for dinner at the local restaurants each night.
    "The only thing that we learn from torture is the depths of our own moral depravity"

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    "The only thing that we learn from torture is the depths of our own moral depravity"

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