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  1. #4441
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    Apr 2011
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    Mexico
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    We still have one of those pump units at the cabin, as well as some lanterns as backups, but we started propane about 20 years back. I love the lanterns, you turn them off and still have a couple minutes to make it up the ladder and into the bunk bed before it gets dark.

    Yours is in great condition!
    It sucks to get old

  2. #4442
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    Jul 2003
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    indiana
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    I found a NIP coleman stove in my grandfather's shed when he passed a couple years ago. Wife made fun of it, but boy does it cook. And a guy can still by white gas at Walmart of all places!

  3. #4443
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    Jun 2010
    Location
    Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada
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    Quote Originally Posted by 90nut View Post
    I found a NIP coleman stove in my grandfather's shed when he passed a couple years ago. Wife made fun of it, but boy does it cook. And a guy can still by white gas at Walmart of all places!
    Yep they will always work. The Canadian Military switched to propane versions probably in the late 90's and boy do they work......except in winter when the propane is too cold to light off.....then they suck. Remember the push for propane powered road vehicles that didn't go so well.

    White gas is a great de-greaser for clothing BTW. It flashes off quickly but it's best to rinse clean after just the same.
    Trikes
    1970/71 US 90 (Aquarius Blue)
    1970/71 US 90 (Future Project)
    1972/73 US 90 Camo Project (110 Big Bore)
    1972/73 US 90 Green
    1977 ATC 90 w/83 110 motor (Fugly)
    1982 ATC 70
    1983 ATC 70 (Ladybug)
    1973 ATC 70

    1965 Marketeer 3 Wheel Golf Cart with 1986 Honda 250 drivetrain

    TF 2015

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    1983 Honda Z50
    1978 Honda XL75

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  4. #4444
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    Jul 2003
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    indiana
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    I got a jiffy propane power auger for ice fishing, it was new, got it in a trade deal. Thing would not run in the cold, Ironically. Even tho the lp people claim temperature has little effect until some crazy cold temp. Sold it and got a gas one again

  5. #4445
    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    Location
    Mexico
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    One of the first things that caught my attention when I got down to Mexico was how many vehicles run on propane. Lots of taxi cabs and pick up trucks. I’ve only owned one, a 3.5 ton Chevy that ran on propane. I didn’t much like it, but supposedly it’s a lot more economical than gasoline.
    It sucks to get old

  6. #4446
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    Jul 2003
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    indiana
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    Signed my life away yesterday on a good chunk of the family farm. Saved it from becoming a housing addition for now. Just gotta save my pennies so I can but the remaining 66 acres

  7. #4447
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    May 2015
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    San Diego, CA
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    Quote Originally Posted by 90nut View Post
    Signed my life away yesterday on a good chunk of the family farm. Saved it from becoming a housing addition for now. Just gotta save my pennies so I can but the remaining 66 acres
    Good for you.

    You're lucky..... some families have to sell everything to split things with siblings. Then the peaceful land becomes a housing development with an Amazon fulfillment center.

    I guess we need those things too.

  8. #4448
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    Mar 2009
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    new england
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    Happy 4th


  9. #4449
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    Jul 2003
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    indiana
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    Got my adventure bike back from the doctor yesterday, been without for a month. Gosh I hate driving my truck!

  10. #4450
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    May 2015
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    San Diego, CA
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    Quote Originally Posted by 90nut View Post
    Got my adventure bike back from the doctor yesterday, been without for a month. Gosh I hate driving my truck!
    Cool.

    The Africa Twin?

  11. #4451
    Join Date
    Jul 2003
    Location
    indiana
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    My buddy has the Africa. I have a super tenere 1200. Had a recall for wiring harness, I never had a problem until I got it really really wet for about a week straight..

  12. #4452
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    Aug 2016
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    East of Worcester ma
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    We flew down to florida to spend time w/my son on his b-day. A 3-hour plane ride is sooo much easier than 22hrs in a car. Still need to drive down in 4-weeks again since the semester will be over to get him. Nice waking up to palm trees this am but its Hot and muggy and this bird keeps staring at me.
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    shep

  13. #4453
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    Apr 2011
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    Mexico
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shep1970 View Post
    and this bird keeps staring at me.
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    Are you wearing one of those Pro Bass caps with a fish on it?
    It sucks to get old

  14. #4454
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    Apr 2011
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    Mexico
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    Perfect morning rip up the rock, clear fresh ait all the way. 101F on the way back, makes you wonder if the ones in shorts with no helmets aren’t on to something.

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    It sucks to get old

  15. #4455
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    Jul 2010
    Location
    Arkansas
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    I'm burning up in the Arkansas humidity.

    I spent last summer in Wyoming and before that, North Dakota. Although it still gets into the low 90's during the summer it's short lived and totally lacks humidity. The mornings are also in the 40's-50's.

    I don't envy their winters but I'll take their summers over the south. That $2,000 Vintage Air system for my '79 F-150 isn't looking nearly as expensive right now but it's so hot in the shop I don't think I'd get around to installing it until winter.
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