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Beagles? you have Beagles? If you stop in Yuma let us know where you are at. We could use a Beagle fix! Big Grin
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Me thinks we r lookin at Yuma , Welton Rv village round 5 yaa neva know! Id prefer arrivin b4 the sunset... the bagles love company and the bar is always open... fred and Pete, rony and jimi


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If you want to you can pull in here and stay for a few nites. We are in the Foothills between Yuma and Wellton. Exit 14, turn right and go 3 miles until you get to 53rd Lane. Turn left, cross Montana street and we are on the right about 7 lots down....blue MCI bus. Best part besides us liking Beagles is your stay is free! That gives you more fuel money! Smiler 360-356-1640 is the magic number. Ed
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WOW thank you 4 your hospitality! already made reservation, etc and we are trying to learn all the ins an outs of the campgrounds and our virgin boat! we are late risers, stay up late too so we hate to impose specially with the beagle aroohing ...
we will be back this way agin already have old friends contacting me on line asking y I didnt lettem know I was here... as far as the plan goes its 4 1 night in Yuma, sposed to make it bak 2 Jersey 4 Thanks giving , but The idea of preparing it in the vehicle Intrigues me, and hell friends are easier to get along wit than family....


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shoulda come to yer house! this is a big DIVE! no do take charge cards... got here just after dark thank goodness... and well get outta here before they rob us!


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Sorry to hear that. Frowner No credit cards needed here. Big Grin
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We be in Tuscon right now, well 20m east, 1st place was huge, with everything, but it was closed! and trying to get outta the gatehouse I took out their phone and 1 taillight... its flusterung arriving at dusk thinnin its dinner and cocktail time and desserted, but its been a rough 2 years for all.


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but its been a rough 2 years for all.

Fred, You get caught in a time warp or something?




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just thinkin this place was either military or caught up in the great depression?? it was neats and a few rvs but no answer nuttin> and time warp I been in 1 since high school>>>>>/?


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Abilene , Tx koa grounds nice but antiquated... lotsa trees with mistletoe, only a few more days to NJ. oh maybe 6? sofar running good, a trukker at a stop in Az. recomended adding a quart of oil (anykind even dirty) at every fillup and lucas oil treatment too in the DIESEL wow seems to have perked the power! virgin olive oil? and basically stp eh!


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a trukker at a stop in Az. recomended adding a quart of oil (anykind even dirty) at every fillup and lucas oil treatment too in the DIESEL wow seems to have perked the power! virgin olive oil?

I'm hoping he meant to check your oil at each fillup and add whatever it needs! Don't just keep adding quarts and overfill your crankcase. As far as adding dirty oil, where would you even get dirty oil? Just check it and add whatever brings it to full on the dipstick. Simple preventative maintenance.




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I'm hoping he meant to check your oil at each fillup and add whatever it needs! Don't just keep adding quarts and overfill your crankcase.
I think he means to add the oil to your fuel tank to give it back its lubricity. Problem is now you'll see a oil haze from your exhaust because it'll burn blue/oily and will leave carbon buildup on pistons and heads.

Add a product called FPPF Lubricity plus Fuel Power to your tank instead.


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SOUNDS like a better idea to me!


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Now I get it! I never thought about burning up my used oil and getting "lubricity" too. If I ever form a band I'm calling it Lubricity! and our first song will be "Purple Haze" Big Grin




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I don't think that i would be burning my used motor oil. I think that any metal shavings in it could cause a problem with your injectors.
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