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RE: GM integrated brake control

Bob, I was on another forum and they were discussing the same problem you have. Sorry can not remember the forum, but the cause was a bad connection between the truck wiring and at least one of the pins in the 7 pin plug. Not enough voltage ( I think 12-15 volts is normal)was going through the pin to activate the brake controller properly. GM techs did not find the problem, a trailer hitch tech discovered it. Hope this helps isolate the problem.
bailer6334 10/19/15 07:26pm Towing
RE: artic fox rvs

I have owned 2 different size Arctic Fox 5th wheels. Also been to the factory in LaGrande, OR several times. In the 6 years I owned them never any problems, not even during the PDI's which took 4 hours each. The only thing I would say is they are heavier than most of their competition. They are rated very high in all reviews.
bailer6334 09/17/15 08:50pm Travel Trailers
RE: installing towel bars in bathroom

I bought a over the door hanging towel bar for 3 towels. Cost $18 at True Value Hardware.
bailer6334 08/29/15 08:58pm Travel Trailers
RE: First Timer

First tell us what you are going to pull it with. That will determine what size/weight trailer you should get.
bailer6334 08/29/15 08:46pm Travel Trailers
RE: How do you store/secure your portable generator?

When I had 2 Honda 2000's I would use a chain through the handles and wrap the chain around each then chain them together and padlock them to the truck in the bed.
bailer6334 08/29/15 08:40pm Travel Trailers
RE: Lance Trailers

We looked at them before buying our Rockwood. Thought they were well built adequate floor plans, but what turned us off was the "big" window up front. Thought there was to much possibility of a damaged window, water leakage and the heat transfer into the TT would be excessive IMHO.
bailer6334 08/29/15 08:37pm Travel Trailers
RE: Good Smaller - Medium Units to Check Out and Advice

First do not look at the "Dry Weight". Use the GVWR as a towing weight. Next are you looking for a high range TT like a Airstream or mid range like Northwood, Keystone or Jayco or a entry level like Dutchman, Forest River or Lance. Understand different years TT's are rated differently as far as quality, customer service etc. goes. I purchased the Travel Trailer & 5th Wheel Comparison Guide by Randall Eaton on Amazon for $70. Money well spent. Gives much detail on the various years and is an independent evaluation. Good luck
bailer6334 08/29/15 08:31pm Travel Trailers
RE: Rear View Camera opinions

I just purchased a refurbished Voyager WVO511 wireless set up from rvcams for $375 vs a new one for $599. Have not installed it yet but looks simple to install, and it received excellent reviews.
bailer6334 08/27/15 08:46pm Travel Trailers
RE: Need help buying a tow vehicle f

I just replaced my sedan with a 2015 Dodge Durango V8 that has 7200-7400lb tow capacity depending if 2WD or AWD. I also bought a Rockwood 2304KS with a 5023 GVWR. Tows great, HOWEVER one problem. The OEM mirrors on the Durango do not provide adequate rear view sight. In addition am having a problem finding mirror extensions that work. The Jeep vehicle line has the same problem I'm told. Dealer never said anything about this prior to purchase. Suggest get either a full side SUV or a 1500 somebody's truck.
bailer6334 08/09/15 12:54pm Travel Trailers
RE: Tires - When to change

I was told by a travel trailer mfg ST tires should be changed out at 10,000 miles or 3-5 years max even if they look good.
bailer6334 08/03/15 07:39pm Travel Trailers
RE: Feedback on 2004 Gulfstream B+Touring product line

I had a BT Cruiser 10 plus years ago with the sofa bed and 1 slide. Purchased it new might have been a 2000. Had a roof leak in the cab over area. Never did locate it. Sold the unit in 2003. I would never buy another one.
bailer6334 07/15/15 07:14am Class C Motorhomes
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