Something ist right. Mine runs fine at 10,000 feet all the time. One thing I read on the internet (and it worked!!!) with my gas fireplace at home and my camper for easier lighting.
Blow compressed air thru all the heat tubes and wherever you can get the nozzle to. Even dust and cobwebs can affect the sensitive flow. Amazingly it helped twice! I hope you find a simple solution to your problem.
Im surprised so many of you say a popup isnt much lighter than a hardside. I had a 8' Sunlite popup and have a Lance 835. They are so totally different. The popup was surprisingly durable and warm for canvas sides.
But, like some said, really looking at your needs and listing the pros and cons of each will hopefully help you make a happy decision.
Unbelievable! I have a utility trailer for sale and a guy contacted me today. Similar story to when I sold a quad. "just what I need. Im out of town so a friend will bring a check" I called BS and both times no further response. Really? You are trying to scam me on a $2000 trailer!? I just hope Karma gets them.
I loved my softside and in most you can do any of the things you asked. One really nice thing was I barely noticed it on the truck and could drive it all over. The hardside is way heavier and you know it! My wife decided she wanted a bigger bed and a bathroom,so we got a hardside. Depending on the design, you could stealth camp in a softside with the top down. Plus it keeps it warmer inside at nite.
I hear ya Naio, it used to be simple. Some guy tried to scam me when I sold my ATV!! The emails got a bit fishy and I researched his email address. Sure enough, all over the internet as a scammer. As someone said in a complaint response one time. "I have a bat with your name on it"
That era was a unibody. The Caddy would be more believable, as the birds rode like jello empty. You guys are such naysayers,,, dont you know if its on the net, it has to be real!!???
I dont see how that couldnt be photshopped. Fine,,Im moving on to the Loch Ness monster,,
Yeah, sofa works. I would think this is completely unsafe, but people used to drive a bit slower in the sixties. I can only imagine backing down the boat ramp,,what a crowd you would have!
Clay, are you on any of the tbird facebook pages? There are a few good ones. ITC is a good one that I got this from. Frank
Supposedly this was a real deal at one point,,who knows? They ride like a ship in molasses anyway, I cant imagine this at all. I told them in the other forum I would post to see some interesting comments,,,,
I agree with many products, you get what you pay for. But myself included, many people have voiced good luck with Everlast. I would probably go with the cheaper one since ratings appear very similar. If one is sturdier, does it really matter in a truck camper?
Learn what everything you can see does and how it works. I bought mine similar to yours with little use. The guy didnt use the stove igniter because he didnt know how to use it. The manual is your best friend. I hope this isnt redundant. And enjoy!!!!!!!!!!
Very little single track left, but, a new single track was made last year in the Rainbow Falls area. Fairly challenging and about 12 miles. The quads have taken over,,thats why I bought one. Our club, the CMTRA has trail maps of 717 and Rainbow Falls, which are probably the closest trails to Colo. Spgs.