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RE: Should I be concerned with this?

That's a NEW trailer? Yeahhhhhh, I'd go back and start asking some serious questions about this situation. I don't want to be a Debby Downer here, but that doesn't look like something I'd pay anywhere near new price for. Two things seem obvious: 1. Somebody went up there and did that for a reason. I'd want to know that reason. 2. Who ever did #1 did a crappy job. ;) Maybe it was pouring rain when they were up there?
jorn 06/27/16 01:34pm Travel Trailers
RE: IBC settings for 360IBL behind '16 Ram 2500 6.7l

Gain of 6.5 seemed to feel right to me so far, but this is my first fiver. ;)
jorn 06/23/16 08:49pm Towing
RE: IBC settings for 360IBL behind '16 Ram 2500 6.7l

Yes, I'm aware of the truck setting from the manual; I typed them in my original post. :) My questions is more around which one should I choose to start with, considering my setup, and why?
jorn 06/23/16 09:48am Towing
IBC settings for 360IBL behind '16 Ram 2500 6.7l

This is my first fiver setup ever. I have a 2016 Ram Megacab 2500 with the Cummins, pulling a 2016 Coachmen Chaparral 360IBL. Trailer is 14k max wet I have no data (that I could locate in any manual) to help me select the brake controller settings. Light Electric? Heavy Electric? Light Electric over Hydraulic? Heavy Electric over Hyrdaulic? Leave default gain values?
jorn 06/22/16 07:45pm Towing
RE: Body Repair Shop Recommendations in Twin Cities

Anybody else?
jorn 09/08/15 11:10am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Body Repair Shop Recommendations in Twin Cities

Thanks!
jorn 09/03/15 08:49am Class C Motorhomes
Body Repair Shop Recommendations in Twin Cities

I've got a leak in the cabover, and there's no way I have the time/place/skill to tackle this myself. So, I'm looking for recommendations in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area for RV bodywork folks, bonus points if they'e in the south metro. Thanks!
jorn 09/02/15 06:26pm Class C Motorhomes
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