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About mason

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  1. Thanks everyone, I moved the rv .As dear Linda said no damage was done to the grass. Thanks everyone again.
  2. I kind of have to stick around till January. So a frozen grass is okay to go over, that might be the best option so far, thanks.
  3. Yes , I plan on getting one piece of plywood (3/4") and cut it in half so that I have two pieces of 2' by 8' and and do exactly what you said and test it. If okay I buy two more sheets. If not I just move out of Utah to warmer places.
  4. Thanks guys, I am still considering the options. What i like to know is that is it impossible to move a Toyota motorhome over a dried lawn without damaging it and once it is damaged what are the solutions to fix it?
  5. Hello friends, I need to move my 91 toyota motorhome across my friend's well taken lawn in a few days and park it on the grass next to his house.I live in salt lake city ,the temperature now days is going to be 50° high and 35° low with no rain fall in the next few days . I am thinking to buy 3 plywood sheets and have them to be cut in the middle so I have six 2 by 8 feets . My question is what thickness of plywood or any other composite do I need to use? Thank you very much for the feedback. Best regards, Mason.
  6. Sorry guys, I lost this thread, I used slime and it works but still have to put air in it from time to time , I rather get new ones and don't have to deal with it anymore.
  7. Just did the test and jump wired the motor. It works good. So my problem is not getting enough power to the motor. Now it seems more complicated. All those wires wrapped up together. I was thinking worse comes to worse I should make a new circuit and supply power to the motor with an on and off key and an in line fuse. How is that? I once did that on an ignition switch. The key didn't work so I used a push button instead. Thanks again for the diagram and the test. Now I am not as confused. By the way two years ago I had a shop to put a remote starter on the rig . The remote starter works as before, may be he did some thing wrong that is doing this today and keeps burning fuses. Who knows.
  8. Jdemaris, thanks a lot. I will test it today .
  9. I have the same problem on my 91 warrior, it keeps blowing the fuse. The wiper works very slowly and then it blows the fuse. I disconnected the wires from the wiper motor and tried to see if there is electricity getting to the motor. There was only 8 volts or less in three terminals and the fuse blew while testing. How did you test the motor and found out it was alright? Would you share please. thanks.
  10. Hi, I have the same problem. Did you fix yours? Thanks.
  11. I talked to Verizon people. It costs about 80$ for 10 or 12gig of hot spot per month. I hear that is equal to one hour of you tube a day which is nothing for me. Mason.
  12. I've learned over time not to let the small mechanical issues reduce my enjoyment of the vehicles." That takes a lots of understanding not to panic over little problems in life.
  13. Very helpful thoughts. Thanks every one.
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