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RE: How do you level when needed

Lumber and the legos. Both can be used for the jacks too if you drop the camper down in the camp spot. They also work well as a jack for the double axle boat trailer when you get a flat or bearing problem.
EricCO 09/27/16 01:29pm Truck Campers
RE: Wolf Creek on a F350

I have an F350 with a hard side. The wind can be annoying depending on the angle. Stiff sidewall tires (currently have 19.5" commercial) and Stable-Loads made a huge difference in how much the rig leans and the feel of stability in a cross wind. The tire rating on my boat trailer keeps me from hammering down otherwise with just the truck camper just go as fast as you can legally. Have you had a truck camper before?
EricCO 09/12/16 09:42am Truck Campers
RE: Are Your Decals Ugly?

My Travel Lite camper sits more than it gets used unfortunately. The sides that face south and west are sunburnt and look horrible. But, they go well with the delamination on the cab-over and the dried out caulking.
EricCO 09/09/16 01:46pm Truck Campers
RE: Lance Shower Faucet Hot Water Problem

Maybe the bypass valve got turned? My truck camper has three valves relating to the hot water heater. One stops water going to the hot water heater. One stops water coming from the hot water heater. The third one allow the water to "bypass" the hot water heater. They do this so that you can winterize the camper without rv antifreeze getting in the hot water tank.
EricCO 08/16/16 04:11pm Truck Campers
RE: Electric Trolling Motor Battery Charging

Another option would be to put a battery isolator in your boat: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battery_isolator When your cranking battery is fully charged by the motor's alternator, it will automatically start dumping extra current into your trolling motor battery. Using the trolling motor won't drain the cranking battery with the isolator between them.
EricCO 07/21/16 08:33am Truck Campers
RE: safe towing-camper package?

Beef up the hitch and tongue to the 2.5 inch and I think you will be close to doing what I'm doing now. My trailer has surge breaks does yours?
EricCO 03/01/16 08:24am Truck Campers
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