Did I mention that the two plugs for the adjustment slot were
missing on the bad side. Also I had the trailer inspected at the Rv
dealer where I bought it. Also why would I pull the wheels every time I stop on a brand new unit
Towing my 2012 26 ft. Jayco tt from Pa. to SC. After traveling @150 miles I stopped at a red light and a truck pulled up along side and the driver yells(YOUR WHEELS ARE SMOKING!) To make a long story short, we pull over and called Good Sam & they sent some one out.
The guy thinks it is a wheel bearing but the bearing looks good. He pulls the wheel and the brakes fall out, pieces of metal, brake shoes, springs, electric brakes. He replaces everything. He checks the other wheel on the same side,same thing. The adjustment screw came apart and jammed the brakes. The other side was okay. Has anyone else experience anything like this?
I have a 2012 Jayco tt that has an outside propane connection under the trailer.I planed to hook up my grill with an extension hose.
I have been told that i would need a special grill,because the main tanks and the grill both have regulators.the dealer where i bought the
trailer said i could use a direct tank.He also said the grill might not light or get hot enought.Has anyone run into this sitution.
I have a 2012 jayco J-flight that has two swivel chairs near
the back window.When we close the slide one will sit sideways between the slide and window and the other stays by the door.When we travel,the chairs fall over and slide around and even put a hole in the back wall.The chairs have loops underneath to secure them,but no hooks or straps any where in the TT.I have been told to put the chairs upside down on the couch and strap then down.
Has anyone had a simlar problem with their chairs flying around!!!!