I feel bad for those who still have snow. We just have rain and more rain here in Oregon. I have never been more ready to get out. 4 coats of wax, serviced everything I can think of. Possibly too ready.
Congrats for sure. I would be doing the same if we could only tow the aditional weight. Won't you miss unfolding the bunks, drying thyem out after a wet weekend, listening to your neighbors, wondering if anyone is entering your rig in your absense through a bunk end. Probley not. Happy Trails
The people on this site have saved me so much trouble and cash on service and other mods. I want to have you all over for steak barbecue but my wife says no way. Sorry, it sounded good. My thanks to all
Interesting post. My HTT is a 2001 and I have no GFCI plugs anywhere. Check the plug in question for proper connection. I have a gadget that senses power in a line just by touching the outer casing. Very helpful Keep us posted
I know what you mean. Not all cost saving ideas pencil out. If you spend 40K on a TV with good mileage at what point does that pencil out with the old school 454 or 460 cubic inch old school TV? I always try to fix what I can before I replace something. Old school I guess. Best way to save money is to save money. Happy Trails
This is a great question. I pack mine about every 5 years and only cause I am servicing the brakes. I to not consider using the grease fitting more than a false sense of security as I doubt much grease gets to the rear bearing. I proved this once on my boat trailer by using a different color grease then tearing the hub down to see. Grease put into the outer fitting never made the trip to the rear. May I ask of others why we service trailer bearings more than those of the tow vehicle?