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RE: Eternabond lifting rubber roof

Doubt the Awesome would cause lifting. Has nothing in it that would. I'm thinking the same as 93Cobra that the membrane didn't bond well with the deck and the tape is just exaggerating it.
daystrom 07/21/16 01:28pm Travel Trailers
RE: Eternabond lifting rubber roof

Wonder then if the Eternabond is just showing the areas that didn't originally adhere.
daystrom 07/21/16 08:14am Travel Trailers
Eternabond lifting rubber roof

Last year I applied Eternabond over all the factory applied lap sealant on my roof. I cleaned the surface using a 50/50 mixture of water and LA's Awesome cleaner. The Eternabond is holding well however I've noticed in a few (small) spots the rubber roof has lost its bond with the decking directly under where the Eternabond tape is. The tape itself is still stuck to the membrane, the membrane is lifting off of the decking. These are small 1" - 2" areas in probably no more than 5 random spots. No where else is this happening. Could the adhesive in the Eternabond be causing this to happen?
daystrom 07/21/16 07:12am Travel Trailers
RE: Is Zinger Crossroads a decent trailer?

Have had our Zinger for 5 years. No problems at all. Solid (heavy) trailer. Would buy another if shopping.
daystrom 07/20/16 11:15am Travel Trailers
RE: Travel Trailer Cover? Good/Bad Idea?

I've covered mine during winter storage for the past 5 years (how long the cover lasted). I will not be buying another cover. I see no need to anymore. The sun does more damage than ice/snow does and I don't bother covering in the summer months.
daystrom 06/20/16 01:24pm Travel Trailers
RE: New truck, New trailer, TONS of sway!

I was in the same situation but not quite as bad. Had an '11 F150 EcoBoost with P rated tires and a 1400 lb payload. Trailer weighed in loaded on the scales at almost 8,000 lbs. An Equal-i-zer hitch certainly helped the situation but the minimal payload and P rated tires still made my ride stressful. Traded that F150 for an F350 diesel that has 3500 lbs of payload. Towing problems gone. You may buy some time upgrading to LT tires and dialing in your hitch but in reality, your trailer is too long and heavy for the F150.
daystrom 04/22/16 06:17am Travel Trailers
RE: RV Plus card & Swipe & Save

.... The myrewards card you’re referring to is a Pilot Flying J preferred customer card offering deals in Pilot Flying J Travel Centers & restaurants, but not fuel savings. Sincerely, Good Sam Club Team That is what I was talking about. PFJ has their own in store loyalty card called MyRewards. What I found is Good Sam membership cards can be associated with MyRewards so you don't have to carry another card with you. My confusion was I thought you could use that at the pump for perks as well. Thanks, Todd
daystrom 04/11/16 10:01am Good Sam Club
RE: RV Plus card & Swipe & Save

PFJ got back to me and said the Good Sam membership card can be used as a rewards program when purchasing items in the store. You have to associate your membership card with them first however. This program provides rewards like buy 9 cups of coffee, get one free, etc. The RV Plus card also works as a loyalty card and has the number printed on the back of it. Essentially I have two cards for the same program.
daystrom 04/10/16 08:41am Good Sam Club
RE: RV Plus card & Swipe & Save

The rewards program I'm speaking about is the one found here: https://myrewards.pilotflyingj.com/Default.aspx If I login to that, my Good Sam membership card is associated. Does the pump ask for that card after swiping the RV Plus card? I understand that the RV Plus card is a loyalty card for the fuel discount, but it seems PFJ's MyRewards has offers for drinks, food, etc. that are separate from the fuel discounts. Just wondering - I just received my RV Plus card so I haven't had a chance to use it. Todd
daystrom 04/10/16 06:43am Good Sam Club
RE: RV Plus card & Swipe & Save

Thanks for the link. Guess I'm not explaining myself well enough. There are TWO cards: RV Plus charge card & Pilot Flying J MyRewards which is linked to my Good Sam membership card The latter is a typical rewards card where you earn points for purchases. I was wondering when you were promoted for the second rewards card upon using the RV Plus card. Thanks
daystrom 04/09/16 07:17pm Good Sam Club
RE: RV Plus card & Swipe & Save

I'll see if I can find out from PFJ and repost what they say here.
daystrom 04/09/16 06:45pm Good Sam Club
RE: RV Plus card & Swipe & Save

The RV Plus charge card allows you to start any of the truck lane pumps without going in. I just wondered if they also ask for your loyalty card as well.
daystrom 04/09/16 06:35pm Good Sam Club
RV Plus card & Swipe & Save

I'm writing because I simply haven't used this yet. Not sure if this is a Good Sam question or PFJ. I have an RV Plus charge card through PFJ. I've also registered my Good Sam club card with PFJ "MyRewards" program which is their loyalty point program. My question is does the pump ask for a loyalty card when filing up using the RV Plus card, specifically in the truck diesel lanes? Thank you, Todd
daystrom 04/09/16 03:35pm Good Sam Club
RE: Leaks galore

This is the leak test rig that I built using a blower from Harbor Freight and a concrete form from Lowes: http://i.imgur.com/eg9olIhl.jpg http://i.imgur.com/S3dmRhBl.jpg http://i.imgur.com/8Z63WHxl.jpg http://i.imgur.com/xzrqESZl.jpg The form is fitted into a piece of cardboard I cut out to fit the baggage door. I sealed it with duct tape. Make sure all your vents are closed and lock the range vent for maximum pressure.
daystrom 11/10/15 10:30am Travel Trailers
RE: Doh!

That is an easy fix. Siding on trailers starts at the top. So any damage low is easy to repair. Be glad you didn't have a smooth sided trailer :-p
daystrom 09/26/15 11:35am Travel Trailers
RE: Swipe & Save Start the pump?

Any updates to this from Pilot?
daystrom 09/16/15 03:55pm Good Sam Club
RE: Rust colored fluid in freezer

Would a 2015 model year already be rusted out?
daystrom 08/21/15 08:03am Travel Trailers
RE: Swipe & Save Start the pump?

Would you be able to update us when this is available?
daystrom 08/20/15 07:38am Good Sam Club
RE: Swipe & Save Start the pump?

Anyone from Good Sam care to clear this up?
daystrom 08/18/15 09:18am Good Sam Club
RE: Water Damage/Roof Leak

Another place to check for leaks on Zingers is around the rain gutters and the area where the aluminum starts to curve down from the roof right where it meets the insert moulding. I was chasing a leak in the cabinet next to my bed for a long time. Always thought it was the cap seal. Even put Eternabond tape on all the seams. Turned out to be the deep valleys in the aluminum and insert moulding. Todd
daystrom 08/17/15 03:59pm Travel Trailers
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