On some travels, we bring our golf cart in the truck. Our new TT is heavier than the old and she sags a bit in the rear with the cart.
Yes, I have adjusted the bars and she will still sag in the rear.
Without the cart, There is no issue.
Would you air up the bags before or after you connect the bars?
My initial thoughts would be before I attach the WD bars. I have not purchased the bags yet so I can not test it out, just thinking things through ahead of time.
The jack will not work without a battery. I played that game with my jack for about a year, thinking it was the battery. Charging it, testing it, charging it again. In the end, it was the jack that was slowly freezing up (rust). Finally, I could not even turn it manually.
It is true that the light will work on minimum power from the battery and the jack will not. Hopefully it is just the battery for you.
Mine fits perfect in the 8' bed, it is a 4 person cart, but has a foldable rear seat.
I know your question is about a 6 foot bed, but I would hold off for an 8', they are much more usable and worth the wait.
I know with my TT, if I lower the tailgate there is no way I could drive as it would hit the tongue jack, but all set ups are different.
Thanks all for your comments. No worries on the squat, I am well aware that it was there and strictly due to the cart. I knew the picture would bring the comments, I am a very detailed and observant person myself and said the same thing when I hooked it up. When we head back out with the cart. I will adjust my shocks and go one more link on the WD chain. But, I just wanted to share. I appreciate the comment on the cart, I am not sure I want to back it up the ramps as the bed is fairly high and ramps are steep, but I think I will give it a try.
I will agree that the fit and finish is not the best compared to our Laredo, but based on our budget, we wanted bigger and could not do that in the higher end TT's.
The kitchen slide is incredible and for the kids to have their own room and couch is great. I also like that the living area windows are on the curb side, we can now see out to the campsite and have better views. (The con is that the main slide is also on the curb side so less room outside) Oh well, can't have it all I guess.
Thanks and nice memories for you for sure.
Yes, she is squatting and yes I did install a leveling kit on the front. This was the first time with this TT and the golf cart and that was a lot of weight. These 350's are known for the soft suspensions when you get them loaded, especially with a lot of tongue weight and payload. I did not adjust either the bars or my shocks (rancho adjustable) as the trip is only about an hour away and is not a big deal. Without the cart, it is perfectly level and we don't usually have the cart. Especially not for the summer trip, just the local ones.
I have been a member of the forum for about 5.5 years and this is our 3rd TT in that time. As the kids grow, so did our wants and needs. Having a boy and girl and my son to be in high school next year, we wanted to give them their space to ensure they continue to be want hang out with mom and dad and go camping.
Here is our new TT. Been out one time so far (pictured), heading down to a fort Desoto. Having 3 slides, it truly feels like a moving hotel room. The golf cart is something we bought last year and had been a nice addition. She is heavy and big, but tows nicely. We have a big 2 week trip planned this summer up to Maine.
We just purchased a new TT that has a kitchen slide. On our first time out, I immediately noticed an intermediate fan noise coming from the fridge. It was not on all the time and did not have any rhyme or reason why is would turn on or off (at least not to me)
I would assume it is due to the fact that it cannot vent naturally due to being in a slide? Is this correct?
Thanks for the help.