Congratulations. Always exciting to get a new rig. I am still saving up for my new one. Almost there. I suggest finding an empty parking lot and getting to know your trailer prior to first trip. Back it up and get a feel for it. Happy Trails
Hmmm seems a mixed group of yea and no on this. I wonder if it is still an option? Should have asked sales guy. Hate talking with them. Really don't think I would buy a new TT without one. Atleast for us as we dry camp most of the time.
Been patiently saving up for a new trailer purchase. A Coachman Clipper 17 BH Of the inventory I have checked seems the trend is for no ovens. We use ours often. Salesman tells me surveys were taken and most never use them. Is this true or just a cost cutting measure?
Go quality. I suggest either a Honda Eu 2000 or Yamaha equivelent. Both are well made, quiet and reliable. You can buy cheaper but will be louder and far less reliable. Please go quiet. Your neighbors will thank you. Nice to be out in the great outdoors. Not so nice to have to listen to a generator. Ya know what I mean? Best of luck
Never had this problem. I would have treated as you did. I flush my tank once a year. Might check the vent screen on the fill cap mount. What color were the particles? Far as I know no one makes a locking fresh water cap so anything is possible. Happy Trails
I learned from research the single axle trailers have a heavier tongue weight. We have owned both. Our single axle trailer was more sensitive to load placement than the tandem. I would consider single axle for the weight saving.
If it were my rig I would probley use a air blowing hose off my electric water collecting dehumidifier and seal around hose with tape. Suck moisture out. I am more concerned about why this siding did this? Hope for the best.
I am more impressed that all work was done in a professional & timely manner. I have hd things missing after service. Caught one when I bought my HTT Upon pick up the outside range top was gone. Guy found one just like it for me. What a pal