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Gas vs diesel 26 28.89%
Can I tow it threads 46 51.11%
Frig on while traveling 34 37.78%
Dumping grey water on ground 10 11.11%
Bringing firewood into parks where it is banned 8 8.89%
Smooth or aluminum sided trailer choice 3 3.33%
Buy local or buy cheapest regardless of distance 12 13.33%
Truck brand vs truck brand 33 36.67%
Jayco bashing 9 10.00%
Generators- expensive and quiet vs cheap and loud 11 12.22%
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Old 04-16-2016, 07:57 PM   #1
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Most controversial topics poll

What are the most controversial topics on this and most other RV related forums? Poll. You may vote for more then one. I probably missed some topics but the poll only allows me 10 choices. Civil discussion welcome as always.
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I think it's a toss up between:
1 Is that enough TV for that TT. And
2 Deisel or gas.
Those are definitely the 2 that get me most worked up.
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Old 04-16-2016, 08:19 PM   #3
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I think it's a toss up between:
1 Is that enough TV for that TT. And
2 Deisel or gas.
Those are definitely the 2 that get me most worked up.
Staff actually has a running thread where we keep an eye on ''Can I tow it" threads that get heated up, or are likely to do so.
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I think it's a toss up between:
1 Is that enough TV for that TT. And
2 Deisel or gas.
Those are definitely the 2 that get me most worked up.
I think those are in the correct order.

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3: What wdh is the best?
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Staff actually has a running thread where we keep an eye on ''Can I tow it" threads that get heated up, or are likely to do so.
I should apologize then crab man cause I may have been apart of 1 or 2 of those.
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I should apologize then crab man cause I may have been apart of 1 or 2 of those.
If there was a problem you would have been notified and/or any posts in question may have been edited or deleted. Most discussions here are civil and helpful to the OP. Only occasionally do the moderators have to step in on this well behaved forum.
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6-volt or 12-volt house batteries probably would have gotten a few votes too!
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You forgot one. How about, "Are you willing to pay more for better X"? Where X could be anything from campground facilities to roads.
This question is usually answered by multiple pages of cherished American retorts such as...
"I already pay to much, let someone else(a slacker) pay for it". or
"No, I am on fixed income (IOW, actually get COLA raises)" or
"No, make X pay us back for WWII and use that money!" (Where X=European or Asian country of choice).
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I think it's a toss up between:
1 Is that enough TV for that TT. And
2 Deisel or gas.
Those are definitely the 2 that get me most worked up.
Yep in that order
the first "new Post" Diesel vs Gas
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I think Truck brand vs. truck brand is the winner. People have a lot invested in THEIR truck, and so naturally, THEIR truck brand is the best!

But I bet if you put "Carrying Firearms for Protection in the RV" as one of the choices, it would rank pretty high too.
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