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RE: Keystone Bullet Premier

I measured the door, The actual door is 29", outside frame to frame is 31 1/4". When my door is all the way up till the little lock handle is touching the wall there is a 3/4" gap between the door and wall, you could get away with a 1" something and still latch it up. I wish it was easier to post photos here, I took a couple but I'll have to load them to photobucket and post them, the way my hinge is it kind of crests a drip rail above my door.
CampinEarls 11/04/14 08:22pm Travel Trailers
RE: Keystone Bullet Premier

I'll measure mine in the morning for you if you don't get the measurement before then. I will also check to see what kind of clearance is there when it is opened all the way and latched. My left side door does this sometimes but the door itself hasn't gotten wavy or anything, on mine water pools up between the bottom of the door and the housing.
CampinEarls 11/03/14 05:44pm Travel Trailers
RE: Keystone Bullet Premier

I have a 31bhpr, and it really squats the rear end of my 2005 Excursion. It drops the ball 3 3/4" inches when the trailer is attached (without my equalizer brand distribution hitch attached). Even with the distribution hitch attached I have quite the squat in the rear. Just yesterday I swapped out the stock Excursion springs for those that were on a F350 (c-code, 3000lb each). I STILL get a 3 3/4" drop when I attach the trailer. Now the F350 springs gave me an 2 1/4" increase to start, but it still drops a lot. I haven't hooked it up with the equalizer hitch yet so I am hopeful that some change will have come from the spring swap. Is anyone else seeing this with their trailer? I don't even have the water tank 1/2 full right now. Thanks for any info. That sounds completely normal to me, I would think it would come back up a couple inches after you attach WD bars. I don't think you needed to swap the springs, I would have seen what it looks like after you get the WD all set up and dialed in first.
CampinEarls 07/28/14 02:53pm Travel Trailers
RE: Keystone Bullet Premier

Double posted for some reason.
CampinEarls 06/26/14 02:48pm Travel Trailers
RE: Keystone Bullet Premier

Wow. What did they do to fix it?
CampinEarls 06/26/14 01:32pm Travel Trailers
Bike rack on bumper failure

After reading so many posts arguing about the bike racks on the bumpers of TTs, I finally saw a failure today on the side of the road. They had a rack with two bikes on it, the bumper had torn around where it was welded to the frame, the bottom part was still barely attached. I don't know how far they drug the bikes before they realized it. I just saw it as I drove by, it was in the middle of town and looked like they had everything under control...
CampinEarls 06/19/14 02:45pm Travel Trailers
RE: Keystone Bullet Premier

I thought I had read that someone did this fix but I couldn't find the post. I guess I need a big square piece of metal to attach the bracket to. I also read that someone tried to use 60lb supports but they wouldn't hold the door up so I guess it has to be 80lbs.
CampinEarls 06/10/14 01:07pm Travel Trailers
RE: Keystone Bullet Premier

Anyone else have problems with your outdoor kitchen door struts? My rivets pulled out of my rear one a couple years ago, easy enough to fix. Recently on the rear strut the bracket pulled out of the actual door. I reattached it beside where it was originally it pulled right out when I tried to close it. I'm camping now and thought I'd try to fix it, I had a piece of 12" aluminum about 1" wide so I screwed it into the door and attached the bracket to that, seemed really sturdy until I tried to close the door it just twisted the aluminum... The struts are 80lb each which seems like too much to me but has any one else done this fix before?
CampinEarls 06/10/14 11:51am Travel Trailers
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