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RE: Rain gutter drip diverters

Too bad someone doesn't make a removable gutter attachment. All of the ones I've seen need to be screwed/sealed to the side of the trailer.
daystrom 11/17/16 08:14am Travel Trailers
RE: Slide out roof and leaves

Thanks for the suggestions. Sounds like a cheap leaf blower is the ticket. I don't think slide toppers are an ideal solution during windy fall days. As stated above, once the leaves get under the topper and onto the roof, you are back to climbing again.
daystrom 10/24/16 06:06am Travel Trailers
RE: Slide out roof and leaves

Found this, no idea on price though... http://slideoutsweep.com
daystrom 10/23/16 03:41pm Travel Trailers
Slide out roof and leaves

How are you guys cleaning off your slide out roof during fall camping? It's inevitable that you are going to get a roof full of leaves this time of the year. I have a ladder and a walkable roof but would much rather find some sort of broom that can be used from the ground. Would have to be something specialized for this purpose. I don't have nor do I have interest in a slide topper.
daystrom 10/23/16 02:30pm Travel Trailers
RE: Direct TV

The trailer mounted automatic systems are nice except when your view to the sky is blocked. A tripod mounted dish can be moved around to a clear area of the sky.
daystrom 10/19/16 05:39am Travel Trailers
RE: Direct TV

Whatever dish you get, standard def 18" or high def 36"... The most important part of setting up the dish is to make sure it is absolutely plumb. If you are off a few degrees on the ground, your off by a few hundred miles in space. A quality tripod is a must especially with the larger HD dish. I recommend tv4rv.com. Their tripods are expensive but very worth it. http://i.imgur.com/9ozufrBl.jpg
daystrom 10/18/16 05:45pm Travel Trailers
RE: Tongue Weight Scale

True! But I weighed mine once, hardly worth buying a dedicated tongue scale.
daystrom 10/14/16 04:29pm Travel Trailers
RE: Tongue Weight Scale

A lot cheaper! http://i.imgur.com/mXYrozUl.jpg
daystrom 10/14/16 06:12am Travel Trailers
RE: How to protect the edges of your roof from covers

Get the correct size cover and cinch down the fasteners so it doesn't move.
daystrom 10/02/16 07:30am Travel Trailers
RE: Possible slide leak, input on a solution...

Can you adjust the slide on the side with the gap so it closes tighter?
daystrom 09/28/16 06:31am Travel Trailers
RE: universal sealant/caulk?

I've had very good luck with OSI Quad found at Lowes. It's a urathane sealant, goes on smooth and tools easily with a soapy finger. ProFlex seems to be very hard to work with. Dicor self leveling on the roof (or Eternabond tape).
daystrom 09/20/16 04:38pm Travel Trailers
RE: Discovered a leak, where is it coming from?

Here's a link to my pressure tester that I made: Link
daystrom 09/19/16 04:44pm Travel Trailers
RE: Discovered a leak, where is it coming from?

I double what westend says. More than likely that leak is up near the roof and running down the inside of the wall. That wall board is the same stuff they use in showers so it is somewhat water impervious. Hard to tell in the first photo but are those staples rusted near the bottom? Could just be the wallboard soaking the water up, could also indicate water coming down. Is that the rear of the trailer and if so is there a marker light above? It looks like the darkest part of the floor is in the center. Water could be coming down the inside of the wall and the plywood is soaking it up under the floor covering. I would think if the water heater was leaking, you'd have the darker part near it.
daystrom 09/19/16 10:04am Travel Trailers
RE: Water damage on bottom trim inside door

Mine did this. The problem is either the seal around the door has failed or water is getting into the latch and running down the inside of the frame. That trim, at least on mine, appears to literally be vinyl covered cardboard. It will soak up the smallest amount of moisture. I ended up resealing my door all the way around and replaced the trim with something similar I found at Lowes.
daystrom 09/04/16 06:07am Travel Trailers
RE: Questions for the weight police

With the proper hitch setup, you should be within the capacities of the truck. As donn0128 said, it's going to push you around. Been there, done that with a 1/2 ton.
daystrom 08/28/16 05:56pm Travel Trailers
RE: Leaking outside kitchen door.

If the seal around the door is in good shape I'd bet the latch. My entry door does this sometimes. I caulked all around the frame but if I sprayed the door, water will seep in the door handle, run down the inside the frame and exit onto the floor. The latch is not weatherproof.
daystrom 08/09/16 07:12pm Travel Trailers
RE: wd hitch and 2 1/2 to 2 inch reciever

^^^ same for me. There is a little bit of slop but have had no problems with my Equal-i-zer brand. Tows great with it.
daystrom 08/05/16 01:41pm Travel Trailers
RE: Anyone added auto levelers?

$7,000 is a lot of beer! Not that hard to level. Not 7k hard.
daystrom 08/04/16 03:27pm Travel Trailers
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