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 on: February 08, 2015, 06:00:26 pm 
Started by BGolden - Last post by ron.dittmer
One word describes it.....Torture!

Though our PC is nested indoors, I still have a whole lot of snow to move when it hits.  it's 125 feet from the edge by me to the street.  With a 2-day thaw, I was able to scrape off the last of it today so our guests can walk around and get up the hill without concern.

I think more is coming tomorrow.  I envy you snow birds.

 on: February 08, 2015, 05:53:01 pm 
Started by frecklestweety - Last post by ron.dittmer
A couple of years ago, there was a full body painted PC, same gray colors as ours, for sale on the internet showing the Diamond Shield had turned a dark blotchy brown resembling a roasted marsh mellow.  I suppose you'd want to examine occasionally for such an indication if there was a reaction to worry about.  On that PC, I think the Diamond Shield damaged the paint behind, so if you see a serious problem developing, I would consider removing the Diamond Shield before paint damage occurs.

Hopefully something else caused the damage on that PC's Diamond Shield so what I caution over doesn't apply here.

 on: February 08, 2015, 05:31:50 pm 
Started by BGolden - Last post by gradygal
You need to get out of there for at least 3 months. Become a snowbird>

We are the sunbirds-- love New England in the summer. Not so much in the winter!!

We need a garage too. Sick of paying storage.

Stay warm>>>>


 on: February 08, 2015, 04:41:53 pm 
Started by BGolden - Last post by BGolden
I need a heated garage

 on: February 08, 2015, 02:37:41 pm 
Started by frecklestweety - Last post by Bruce and Sharon
I never got that message and so far all is well and feel confident that the mh is okay.   It really shines and feels great and smooth.  It is a little late to find this out. So I will go with it..

Have you continued to use the Dri-wash product on the Diamond Shield or decal covered areas?  If so, how often do you apply it?  Do you notice any change in color or feel in any of these areas?

I thought we would get some other replies to this topic.

 on: February 08, 2015, 11:20:17 am 
Started by glenncc - Last post by glenncc
All seems well now.  The fully charged 6-volt batteries are showing 12.9 volts.  I'm just surprised it took so long to get them to that point.  Interstate told me they were fully charged when installed, but I have my doubts. 

Thanks for all the help, guys!

 on: February 07, 2015, 01:34:07 pm 
Started by aimee - Last post by aimee
I'm going to be linking some customer sites from the blog.  If you have a site you think would be a good fit, let me know!

 on: February 07, 2015, 11:28:40 am 
Started by GoPhoenix - Last post by GoPhoenix
Although I have an outdoor thermometer, a quick look at the taskbar (see pic) is cool to see the current temp and just a mouse click for complete weather for my current location plus multiple locations with a program called Weatherbug.

See under the heading Weather in the taskbar here: It explains how to Weatherbug without installing other unwanted programs.

Get Weatherbug here:

The taskbar shows the current temp all the time and simple mouse click for the complete weather for my current location plus customized multiple locations.

 on: February 06, 2015, 10:55:19 am 
Started by glenncc - Last post by keelhauler
Another thing to check is the Battery Disconnect off? If you are plugged into 110v the light will be on but the relay may not be closed so that batteries will not charge from the converter. Hit the up USE position. To be sure you could unplug the 110v, if the relay is on then, the red light will be on.

 on: February 05, 2015, 09:06:17 pm 
Started by Bruce and Sharon - Last post by AMW
Are the wheel covers on my 2015 PC different than most? There is plenty of clearance for both my straight air tester and angled air compressor chuck.  I've also used the pass-thru gator caps on all my big vehicles for years and never had any problems with them.

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