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RE: GlowStep Revolution

On second season with ours. They also usually stay down the entire time at home (have a camper carport). Other than being a bit stiff at first this season they are performing like a champ. I asked, and they suggested hitting the joints with wd40 and then rinsing. Flushes out the built up dirt accumulation from travel I suppose. Richard it is easy to adjust the stiffness. Try opening the bolts by 1/8 turn. Try a few then check it. Torklift advised me not to use any lubricant because it will attract dirt. My trailer stays behind a locked fence in the backyard so the steps also stay down all the time. I added two LED light strips above my GSR for accent at night. http://i.imgur.com/Z8ybdwhl.jpg http://i.imgur.com/xUAqJfBl.jpg http://i.imgur.com/nBzGcAQl.jpg Actually, they suggested hitting with wd40 and then rinsing with water. wd40 isn't a very good lubricant, but it's a great solvent. Dissolves road grime and then rinse with water to flush it out. However, loosening the bolts a touch is my next step (pun intended) for sure. Was at beach all last week so I'm sure there's a bit of grit in them again. LOL
93Cobra2771 06/13/17 08:23pm Travel Trailers
RE: Adjustable hitch bar by Pro-Pride?

Good luck getting it - been unavailable for well over two years till they decide to manufacture a batch...
93Cobra2771 05/30/17 08:00pm Travel Trailers
RE: GlowStep Revolution

On second season with ours. They also usually stay down the entire time at home (have a camper carport). Other than being a bit stiff at first this season they are performing like a champ. I asked, and they suggested hitting the joints with wd40 and then rinsing. Flushes out the built up dirt accumulation from travel I suppose.
93Cobra2771 05/30/17 07:56pm Travel Trailers
RE: Designing and Building Your Own Travel Trailer

Wow, you aren't letting grass grow under your feet. Very impressed with the progress.
93Cobra2771 02/07/17 01:03pm Travel Trailers
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