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  • #16
    Originally posted by Parker Yacht View Post
    That's great Intel.
    Mine is mounted about and does everything he says, except to catch fire. Yet.
    I followed the venting but apparently not well enough.
    I really don't want to do a pump.
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    Happy to help! Dude, that method you have to keep people from stealing the generator is classic. I've been wondering, "What happens if I'm boondocking and I want to leave the generator running?" That would solve it. Right now I have propane there... so I'm not certain it'll work, but still classic.

    I'm itching to get out there and camp.

    Well... and run to the Bahamas with the boat too. LOL. Not enough time. Need to slow down work.

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    • #17
      I saw this after I built mine.
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      • #18
        You guys have the skills, I just do what I do out of necessity, but still enjoy it!

        BWP

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        • #19
          Originally posted by bluewaterposer View Post
          You guys have the skills, I just do what I do out of necessity, but still enjoy it!

          BWP

          Ha. Don't look at me. I don't know squat - I just read a ton when I probably should be doing real work. LOL.

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          • #20
            Isn't having generators, TVs and god knows what else kind of defeating the purpose of boondocking in the first place?

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            • TheRealMacGyver
              TheRealMacGyver commented
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              It’s also called Glamping = glamorous camping LOL

            • noelm
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              Yep, I know "glamping" but, it seems kind of counter productive to want to get away "off the grid" but then, take "the grid" with you! Maybe it's just me, but, there's parks with electricity and conveniences, there's trailers with every gizmo known the man fitted, then there's "boondocking" to me, they don't mix.

          • #21
            Originally posted by noelm View Post
            Isn't having generators, TVs and god knows what else kind of defeating the purpose of boondocking in the first place?
            Don't be silly.
            We want all the comforts of home and the city, just not the people.
            And don't forget internet.
            Silly boy.​
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            • #22
              Originally posted by noelm View Post
              Isn't having generators, TVs and god knows what else kind of defeating the purpose of boondocking in the first place?
              Don't knock it till you've tried it . Apparently there's nothing better than travelling hours to get away from it all , set up camp in the middle of nowhere....... and watch Dora the Explorer , LOL

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              • Parker Yacht
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                With A/C of course. Roughin it.

            • #23
              This is my rig !

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              • Tiretyme
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                Alabama motor home right there!!

            • #24
              Oh Heck. Try burning $1000s in fuel to run to the Bahamas. Finding the perfect anchorage. Then turning on the generator to run the AC and watching some Netflix. Ain't nuttin' betta. LOL.

              And no. There's no body else around so my genny ain't buggin' nobody.

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              • Sans Peur
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                If my genny bothers you, you're probably a blow boater and we don't really care what you think anyway.

            • #25
              Originally posted by Smitty45 View Post
              This is my rig !

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              You could some mad solar up there. Hahahahahahahahaha.

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              • #26
                Here ya go Pete.
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                • #27
                  Looks tippy. LOL.

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                  • #28
                    I have a buddy with one of those on top of a Single rear wheel F250. It is a bit tippy with the singles. I bet that dually helps with that a lot.

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                    • duckfish
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                      I don't see dauls in the rear??

                    • Sans Peur
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                      Yea, your right. I saw the fenders and didn't look any closer.

                  • #29
                    That's a Niiiice rig. Some serious coin wrapped up in that.

                    I'm curious about the daully fender flares but then singles in the rear. Looks like a wider rear axle is under it. Maybe even in the front as well. I'll bet it's actually darn stable.


                    Years ago I spent close to a month fishing my way across the northern US and seeing all the major normal sights. Rushmore, GC, Yellowstone. etc. Then fished back home across the south.

                    Slide in truck camper in my Dad's F150. With a 300 V6. Was far less than ideal, but made it.
                    Bob

                    S Central PA

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                    • #30
                      btw: Ain't NONE of this boondocking.

                      This is boondocking.

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                      This is glamping

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                      Bob

                      S Central PA

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