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RE: tonnaeu

For those that use a Fold-a-Cover tonneau with a 6.5 bed, I would like to ask if the cover folded up at the front when towing clears the fiver in sharp turning situation? I'm sure it does in road travel, but I'm concerned about uneven camp sites when backing in some of those tight spots. I'm considering this for my next TV because my current tonneau, Retrax, eats up alot of space in the bed with the cannister. I would like to go with a folding hard top that locks. That was my concern before I settled on the Retrax Pro, I don't think my trailer could clear it in a tight turn. Another option, as mentioned in this thread is the Bak Roll X, I think that is a very nice cover.
glazier 11/23/14 09:24pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Question about traveling in freezing weather

run your furnace. been doing it for over 30 years. That's what I would do if traveling in cold conditions too, really the best option. One concern I guess would be the slides covering the floor registers, is that an issue?
glazier 11/23/14 08:49pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Bent plate

If the trailers owner had any respect for his 'friend' he'd offer to pay for any and all damages incurred while that friend was doing a good deed. Just my .02 and the right thing to do. X2
glazier 11/23/14 08:20pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Is Hitching a Fiver Easier?

Yes it's easier to hitch the fifth wheel when you can watch it couple. The same could be done with a camera hitching a bumper pull. It's all about seeing what you are doing, no difficulty hitching either system.
glazier 11/22/14 06:53am Fifth-Wheels
RE: 16" LT tires now a subframe lift? UPDATE Subframe complete!

I think that's a nice job.
glazier 11/21/14 09:19pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: 'Counterfeit' tires pose consumer risk

IMO Consumer Reports is nothing more than a paid poet. They report what they are paid to say or show. I started this out with my opinion, that's what it is I have no proof of anything stated. I always find it funny the product selling well gets the worst ratings in their report. Maybe the product selling well doesn't need to advertise with them. :R :S Everything you said above is completely wrong. I love when people come out and say these things. Have you actually ever read a consumer reports? They don't accept advertising in any of their mediums, they don't accept gifts or sample products from manufacturers, and all the products they test are purchased from a retail store without the manufacturers knowledge. None of this means that they product they say is best will perform the best for you, but it blows everything you said out of the water. I don't read consumer reports, but I've done some investigation and found they are probably a reasonably legit source for product knowledge if you have no other informed source to draw upon. All of my opinion is wrong? Read my post, I clearly stated everything based on a response like you gave. FWIW one of my family gets me a subscription to CR every year, I have definitely read them. I keep my opinion on this, I clearly stated above I have no facts to base this on.
glazier 11/18/14 04:30pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 'Counterfeit' tires pose consumer risk

IMO Consumer Reports is nothing more than a paid poet. They report what they are paid to say or show. I started this out with my opinion, that's what it is I have no proof of anything stated. I always find it funny the product selling well gets the worst ratings in their report. Maybe the product selling well doesn't need to advertise with them.
glazier 11/17/14 09:49pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 2015 Shelby GT350 Mustang

I had a couple of Mustangs as a young boy, they were great cars. I always loved the sound of a throaty Mustang, this 350 will sound great.
glazier 11/17/14 09:42pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Duramax Issue

I feel for you on that expense, bad deal and very costly. Do you keep fuel receipts, I would say you got some bad fuel. Still don't make it easier to swallow that expense, I hope you get many trouble free miles from here on out. Best of luck
glazier 11/17/14 07:25pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Towing was older 1 ton big block

What color is it?
glazier 11/17/14 06:56pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Bunkhouse with 6 point leveling.....

Grand Design will unveil their Solitude Bunkhouse in a week or so, I almost guarantee it will have 6 point hydraulic leveling.
glazier 11/16/14 08:15pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: tonnaeu

Retrax Pro, I posted a topic on here about the same thing. Happy with my choice.
glazier 11/16/14 08:12pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Recommendations for 5th wheel hitch shop in SF Bay Area

i am just evaluating for sure on the need for the slider. My nose / cap is so rounded and sloped, I would love to buy just the companion and save 70lbs on the back. 130 lbs vs 200lbs between the two units. Have you ever had to engage the slider? Yes I have engaged the slider before, and was glad I had it. On a side note, I pull all types of trailers including a gooseneck. You might want a superglide, I have never considered one because of the other trailers I pull.
glazier 11/16/14 12:37pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Recommendations for 5th wheel hitch shop in SF Bay Area

That's where I bought mine, your prices are in line. I love my Companion Slider, it is very smooth.
glazier 11/16/14 07:37am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Recommendations for 5th wheel hitch shop in SF Bay Area

Don't get me wrong, this is a two person project. Three hours is close to the time a shop will charge you to install that hitch, with 2 people working on it.
glazier 11/16/14 07:19am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Recommendations for 5th wheel hitch shop in SF Bay Area

Are you buying the hitch and having a shop install it? That is an easy installation, several places near you should be able to do that. Start to finish should be 3 hours, I actually installed my in bed plug along with the hitch in that time. I have done several B&W's on my trucks, they all work very good.
glazier 11/15/14 09:36pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Dealer blew me off!! Now calling back.

65% of MSRP is a great deal that can happen at times. 65% off MSRP would be a dream deal, I don't see that happening any time.
glazier 11/15/14 07:51am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Gap in the 2nd deck moulding when hooked

The frame needs to be inspected for sure. I would bet the damage will show up close to the pin box area, good luck.
glazier 11/14/14 04:54pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Front ride height differnces

That's about right
glazier 11/13/14 06:48pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Best way to clean fiver Windows?

Invisible Glass and a microfiber towel.
glazier 11/11/14 04:22pm Fifth-Wheels
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