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MRKNNEE

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  1. MRKNNEE

    CCW folks

    Never had to (thankfully.) The only time I got really close was when leaving the "area" during the '92 LA riots.
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    CCW folks

    I've been carrying for 34 years. Depending on what I'm wearing and where I'm going dictates what and how I carry it. Typically, I wear cargo shorts which are a little baggy, and carry in a front pocket in a wallet holster. You definitely don't want to print your firearm. I was at Pismo Beach a few years back, and a young guy with his lady came and sat near us. He took off his shirt and had a Beretta in his rear waistband. He was obviously a new LEO and wanted to be obvious. I seriously wanted to call PD just to teach him what's up.
  3. Maybe 1 quart. I wound up using 7 gallons over a very large area. after cleaning the rust, the concrete was white. I liked it so much, I just sprayed the entire area to even it out. It's $9.48 pr gallon at Home Depot. I found that all stores don't carry the same inventory for some reason. I bought it at the Covina store. Some areas required a second treatment due to the density of the rust. 7 gals did about 750 sq.ft.
  4. Slightest breeze and it was useless. Ordered wind screen from Amazon, and BINGO,, works great!
  5. So, I just tried Rustaid as previously suggested. $9.48 for a gal. at Home Depot. Sprayed it with a garden sprayer in the evening after the concrete cooled down. AMAZING stuff! While removing the rust stains, it also bleached the concrete whitening it. 7 gallons later, I have nice clean white concrete. It was well worth every penny since I've been trying everything I could find over the past 5 years.
  6. Were the original tires radials or bias ply? some manufacturers use bias ply tires because they are cheap but wear horribly. a friend bought a new 24' enclosed, and after 3 Glamis trips, 2 tires were completely gone. they were bias ply tires. after switching to radials, 3 years and no abnormal wear.
  7. Harbor Freight "Bunker Hill" driveway alarm. $20 and is loud. Battery powered motion detection.
  8. 14" 5 lug wheels, that sounds like the axles would be 3500 lbs each max. A 26' trailer with a 7000lb GVWR is a pretty light duty trailer. Loaded with water and gas, that doesn't leave room for much more. Is there a GVWR sticker on it? If it is a Dico, not Mighty Mover, it's probably late 80's - early 90's?? I'd guess??
  9. Any updates? I have a similar rust stain to clean.
  10. If you go with a 2017 or newer 33 RED, you get the 360 Cummins and Allison 3000 trans. 10k towing capacity. Not a shabby setup for a 35' motorhome.
  11. I have that exact tank but it's 22 gals. that I want to get rid of. I'll trade it for a handle of Crown and I'm in Glendora. You pick up.
  12. Are the fronts still available?

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