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We’ve changed the way we add air to our RV’s tires. Before, we used our diesel pusher’s on-board air compressor, but this new way applies to any type of RV, so this tip isn’t just for owners of large motorhomes.
If you’ve seen our previous videos about adding air to high-pressure RV tires, you know that using the on-board compressor isn’t as simple as it sounds. Besides the problem of the pressure cycling up and down below our required tire pressures as part of its normal operation, we also try to avoid idling our engine more than absolutely needed. We hate being an annoying neighbor by polluting a campground with diesel exhaust and noise just because our tires happen to need air. Our new solution makes us a better neighbor.
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We discovered Viair, a manufacturer of ruggedized portable compressors, designed to handle more demanding situations, like filling large off-road vehicle tires. We like the fact that they make a model specifically designed for RVers, which got stellar reviews on Amazon, so of course that’s the one we ordered.
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Bee Removal 038 – Bees in Tractor Trailer Tire
Well I can definitely say this is a first! Not just to get bee out, but to cut a tire at all. Everything I read said to just cut the sidewall with a knife, but this one had steel belts in the sidewall as well, so I had to use my sawzall. That worked pretty well, but I ran out of battery. I was able to get a decent window opened up to work in though.
These bees were also very docile. I didn’t take my veil off, but that’s because they were flying in around my head the entire time. This is a BIG colony and they did not slow down foraging on my behalf, so the nectar and pollen was still coming in the whole time I was working. I did take off my gloves, as I had to to move bees by hand. wearing gloves you can’t feel the bees to know if you’re crushing them or not. I got a couple stings on the fingers, but what else would you expect!?
I ended up using beequick to drive them out of the tire. Eventually I saw the queen walk out along the sidewall on her way to the box and I nabbed her!
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The number of deadly accidents related to big rig tires is on the rise, and federal regulators are pledging to find a way to reverse the disturbing trend. Jeff Pegues reports from Interstate 95 in Maryland, where increasing speed limits may be too much for tires to handle.