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RE: Rear Camera ?

Views are for when the camera is facing forward or backward. :-)
93Cobra2771 11/24/14 10:19am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Auto Leveling on a TT??

Ultra Fab also has some available. Thread here: Clicky
93Cobra2771 11/20/14 01:05pm Travel Trailers
RE: Need Christmas Ideas

Aftermarket backup camera for your tow vehicle. Easy to install, and under $100. Makes hooking up a breeze.
93Cobra2771 11/20/14 06:50am Travel Trailers
RE: Rear Camera ?

Usually the on screen interface allows the option to be changed...
93Cobra2771 11/20/14 06:35am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Anderson levelers - how close are your axles?

The anderson site says you can cut up to 4" off the end of the levelers.
93Cobra2771 11/19/14 07:26am Travel Trailers
RE: Here we go again...

OR gets my vote as well. Not just for fitting everyone, but because it is a bit more premium than the other models you mention.
93Cobra2771 11/19/14 07:25am Travel Trailers
RE: Traffic challenge

I have found that my turn signal mirrors are awesome in the OP situation. People tend to start diving for cover when they come on. Especially when they realize they are in a spot that might not be easily visible to me. I also tend to not run in the RH lane in congested areas with lots of on and off ramps. However, there are times where you have to get off at the same time someone is getting on. Makes things interesting. For them. People dive for cover when your turn signals on your mirror come on? That sounds almost magical. Where can I get a pair? Seriously though, If someone is too distracted to see 50 feet or more of truck trailer combo, what makes you think your mirror signals will do the trick? What makes me think it? It has happened. Not every time, but it has happened. Nothing magical at all. I few giant yellow blinking signal lights on the side of the TT would be cool too.
93Cobra2771 11/19/14 06:53am Travel Trailers
RE: Traffic challenge

I have found that my turn signal mirrors are awesome in the OP situation. People tend to start diving for cover when they come on. Especially when they realize they are in a spot that might not be easily visible to me. I also tend to not run in the RH lane in congested areas with lots of on and off ramps. However, there are times where you have to get off at the same time someone is getting on. Makes things interesting. For them.
93Cobra2771 11/18/14 10:28am Travel Trailers
RE: FOUND!!!!!!!!!!! [Our travel trailer was stolen.]

That's a big trailer for someone to take off with. Especially as a camping trailer or meth lab. Usually those are smaller trailers without slides and such. Good luck, hopefully it will be found quickly. I highly doubt the chop shop theory, as there simply isn't a lot of demand for appliances and such in the used rv parts market. I'm leaning toward someone selling it for super cheap via craigslist or something like that. Might be a good idea to keep a watch on craigslist - google "national craigslist" and see what pops. However, I wouldn't hold my breath that it will be found.
93Cobra2771 11/12/14 08:01am Travel Trailers
RE: 5X5 Fence Post Mod - Length Question

I used the full 8' on mine, as I mounted on the top of the rear bumper.
93Cobra2771 11/12/14 07:52am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Whats the coldest you've camped w/o problems

Low 20's overnight, and low 40's during the day. This was over Thanksgiving last year. You need to disconnect the city water and use from your onboard water tank, or you need to leave your water running overnight and a pretty decent stream, with your grey water valve open. I disconnected from city water and brought hose inside. Went back out and hooked up next morning. Once the spigot unthawed. :-)
93Cobra2771 11/10/14 11:16am Travel Trailers
RE: Outdoor shower

I think a shower on the roof would be a great idea. No need to lug the water hose up there when washing it. :-D
93Cobra2771 11/05/14 10:40am Travel Trailers
RE: Just got back home (Kinda)

Awning left out while not at camper is a big no no. Glad everything else went OK.
93Cobra2771 11/05/14 10:37am Travel Trailers
RE: electric jack recommendations

Get the 24" travel, you'll be glad you did.
93Cobra2771 11/04/14 08:41am Travel Trailers
RE: Ultra-Fab Power Twin II Review

So, it is a two person operation to extend both jacks on the same side? Seems like it would be.
93Cobra2771 11/04/14 08:01am Travel Trailers
RE: Hensley Arrow - Really that hard to hookup?

Worse case scenario - unclip the spring bars from the screw jacks. The hitch head will then be free to move A LOT. Once the stinger is seated, then reclip the spring bars into position. Likely will have to adjust them a bit but it's much easier to figure how much to raise/lower the spring bars since you simply do it enough to reclip to the end of the spring bars.
93Cobra2771 11/04/14 07:59am Travel Trailers
RE: Price Aside, Which one would you chose Hensley or Propride?

Forgot about the adjustable stinger on the PP - wouldn't have changed my choice, though, as I haven't found any PP locally used. If I was buying new, however, the adjustable stinger would probably sway me, as well as the price to the PP.
93Cobra2771 10/31/14 06:43am Travel Trailers
RE: Ultra-Fab Power Twin II Review

Wow, very interesting setup.
93Cobra2771 10/30/14 12:32pm Travel Trailers
RE: Hensley Arrow - Really that hard to hookup?

I third the backup camera. They are under $100 on ebay/amazon/walmart and well worth the money. HA is no hard to hookup. The trick to hooking up is to UNHOOK correctly. Remove all the tension off the screw jacks. Pull out. DO NOT TOUCH THE SCREW JACKS till after you are hooked back up. Once the stinger is ready to go in the HA, your steering wheel must be straight. Otherwise, the head will start trying to turn, and may throw you out of alignment.
93Cobra2771 10/30/14 12:27pm Travel Trailers
RE: Price Aside, Which one would you chose Hensley or Propride?

I would go with whichever one pops on craigslist first. That's what I did. There have been three local to me in the last three years. I bought two of them. One for $450. One for $200. Not typos. Both Hensleys. In very good condition other than crappy paint. The third one I put a friend on, he paid $800 and got lots of extras including a cover. You can't go wrong with either. My opinion, go with the one that is the least expensive.
93Cobra2771 10/30/14 12:24pm Travel Trailers
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