CATTLE DOG, of Past Tips.....Per Request

Submitted: Wednesday, Apr 13, 2005 at 20:18
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Hello Friends, here is a list of some of the topics, TIPS, from da “Lone Ranger” at Bushtracker. I will endeavour to Post this Cattle Dog catalogue every few months… They are available by request… And note, I have another 100 plus, Topics….

1) Anderson Plugs and Guidelines and Use….
2) Saving your Automatic Transmission in Heavy Towing
3) Battery Charging Selective Devices Comments for Tow Vehicles
4) Battery Care Guidelines for Longevity
5) “D Rated” Larger Couplings Available
6) Bush tip on Pre-Filters for Diesels to Save Expensive Vehicle Filters
7) Guidelines, Use, and Advantages of Diff Locks for Extreme 4x4
8) Pros and Cons for Drawers and Contents in Back Tracks…
9) Free Camping Locations and Styles of Travel on Back Roads
10) Advantages and Use of High Lift Jacks in Extreme 4x4
11) Anodes: Differing Life Spans in HW Service and Replacement Tips..
12) Jack Legs Pros and Cons
13) Loos, Odours, Soluble Paper.. Tips on Living with them… etc..
14) Storage of Van, Undercover vrs. Outdoors..
15) Towing Tips for Safety…
16) Tyres, and Tyre Choices for Off-Road
17) Vacu-Flush in Planning
18) Weights and Guidelines for Planning a New Bushtracker
19) Secrets to Maximum Performance on Electric Winches vrs Hydraulic
20) Bushtracker and Where They Will Go…
21) Tow Vehicle Successes: Current Report for Bushtracker Vans…
22) Inverter Types, Functions, and Use
23) Air Bag Suspension Option, Pros and Cons
24) Air Conditioning, Rooftop vrs Split System
25) Weight Distribution Hitches, Priorities and Policies..
26) Hitch, Off-road Hitch Tips for Hooking up and Unhooking, Ease of Use…

Will continue to Post one a week or so, plus try and answer questions....

"Happy Trails" in the words of Roy Rogers...
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Reply By: Oldperc - Thursday, Apr 14, 2005 at 04:09

Thursday, Apr 14, 2005 at 04:09
Steve
Thanks for that.
Unfortunately your list doesn't appear to match the Post ID.
Eg. Post ID 1312 is Tip # 16 'Extreme 4x4 Difflock Priorities' not 'Tyres......
Have I got something wrong?
Also would it be possible for you to marry your Tip Number with the Post ID for ease of reference.
Thanks in advance and regards
David
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Follow Up By: Bushtracker - Thursday, Apr 14, 2005 at 17:59

Thursday, Apr 14, 2005 at 17:59
Hello David,
I was not numbering them necessarily in the same sequence, but that is a good idea... Some of them are gone off the front pages already... I could research it and run the same sequence, but instead just put them on in the rough order of how they were saved on my computer.... For one, in busy times I miss-numbered some, like a couple of 24's and a couple of 25's and the same down around the 16-17 numbers... I get really busy here and sometimes stuffed it up a bit on the Posting numbers...

Was thinking not in terms of having people try to find them in the archives, which I thought would be difficult... Was thinking of either re-Posting them or sending them per request to Bushtracker Site by return Email...

Does that make sense? I was going to re-Post things that are really important, like the Towing Tips.... But this was more of a list for requests of "Newbies" maybe on the www.bushtracker.com site...
What do you think.??? I will work it with anything that makes sense...

Regards, stg at Bushtracker
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Reply By: gottabjoaken - Thursday, Apr 14, 2005 at 18:17

Thursday, Apr 14, 2005 at 18:17
Steve,

I suggest that you cross reference your list with the post number, because that then makes them easy to find in this great forum.

Otherwise, file them as documents. That way you can eliminate the chat, but add in any good ideas that feedback provides.

Ken
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Follow Up By: Bushtracker - Thursday, Apr 14, 2005 at 19:05

Thursday, Apr 14, 2005 at 19:05
What about putting them all on the Bushtracker Sponsor Site, as was earlier recommended by Motley, and just refer to them there??

Sound reasonable?

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Follow Up By: Bushtracker - Thursday, Apr 14, 2005 at 19:27

Thursday, Apr 14, 2005 at 19:27
Have just put the question to Website Management on the Private Forum... Will see what they advise...
Not sure I could even find them all for reference to Posting #''s....

But, what ever works...
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Follow Up By: MattandLana - Friday, Apr 15, 2005 at 07:04

Friday, Apr 15, 2005 at 07:04
My 2 bobs' worth is that I reckon there's some benefit in just renumbering them 1 to whatever, then folk can know if they've got a full set, rathen than numbering them by non-sequential post IDs.

Plus it's much easier to remember "tip 23" than "tip 3156".

The main thing to say Steve is that these tips are a fantastic resource and I have read all I can find avidly. Thanks for your time in putting them together and if you commit the extra time to making them available as a permanent resource - thanks again!

Matt and Lana
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