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Old 04-23-2016, 07:16 AM   #1
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Smoke signals

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Very nice guys.

And for any diesel Noobies...here is some good, basic info on how to read "smoke signals". Worth copying and holding onto.

Reading Exhaust Smoke, basic Diesel diagnosis/Troubleshooting + related comments - PeachParts Mercedes ShopForum

PS...excellent info there on "runaway engines", diesel basics and fuel considerations as well.
All, this was posted this 156 pages into another thread, and I thought it deserved top billing on it's own. Thanks, Tango!
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Old 04-23-2016, 12:38 PM   #2
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Whew! I thought you guys were complaining about my top hatch.
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Whew! I thought you guys were complaining about my top hatch.
robin have you heard good or bad things about any rv parks in florence? thinkin about runnin R1 on a west coaster

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Sorry, I haven't heard anything. Haven't been doing this for long enough, and now I'm back to the insurance problem again after being dropped for a second time. I week left.
I did look up some of the local RV parks on that new information site listed on the bottom of threads. They have a star rating from previous campers. Honestly around here, unless you need hookups, you can park out in the woods on many logging roads. I don't recommend going through open gates because they might be locked behind you like over a weekend.
Sparse population and gazillions of logging roads.
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