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RE: NO OVEN? REALLY?

I use my oven almost daily at home. In the trailer twice in Five years. We bake potatoes in the fire.
Sillybugs2 03/25/16 09:32pm Travel Trailers
RE: Bullet premier 31bhr 2012.

Thanks Rich. Yes it is the premier.
Sillybugs2 03/15/16 07:42pm Travel Trailers
RE: Bullet premier 31bhr 2012.

WE have a 2012 285 QBHS or something like that. It has four bunks in the back and the mega slide for the couch and dinette. Other than the usual maintenance it has held up very nicely. And that includes wear and tear from four kids. We take it out about a half dozen times each year with at least one trip across the state each year. We really like it. I thought there was a blue book on line for campers, four wheelers and that sort of thing. Pretty sure its a kelly blue book. Try that and look it up but the price seems good to me. I did look it up. Thanks. Low retail is 17.5k.
Sillybugs2 03/14/16 10:55pm Travel Trailers
RE: Bullet premier 31bhr 2012.

This applies to any RV . If you properly and regularly maintain it by properly prepping it and using the proper caulk for a roof , it should not leak. Each time I use any rv I have ever owned, I climb onto the roof and inspect it. Tree branches (even small ones) can puncture the sealant causing a leak . I wipe clean the caulk with Dicor roof cleaner then apply a very thin coat of dicor self leveling roof caulk on the seams. I use a wet finger or a small plastic blade to smooth it all out. Knock..Knock...Knock...never had a leak. :) I do this once a year unless I can see or SUSPECT that I hit a tree branch. Yep. We learned a tough lesson.
Sillybugs2 03/13/16 06:09pm Travel Trailers
Bullet premier 31bhr 2012.

Anyone have experience with one or know about the quality? Our old trailer( in sig) got major water damage and more than worth to repair. Luckily found roof damage insurance paid out to even out our loss of the trailer. We sold it cheap just to dispose of it. Trusted the repair guy completely as he is a good family friend of a woman I work with whose son works for him too. He had a couple with a blow out come by and he fixed their bullet and now they want to sell. He offered it to us. Looks like we could offer the couple $15k cash. They are asking $17,500.Does that seem Good or worth it? Feeling stung on the old one as likely the damage came mostly from original shoddy sealing. Much of the damage was unseeable until he dug into the wall and floor. He has gone over this one and said is sound. Thanks.
Sillybugs2 03/12/16 10:13pm Travel Trailers
RE: What is the odds ?

My married last name is unusual and with the spelling he or she would be related. Less than 40 people with the last name.
Sillybugs2 08/21/15 09:05pm General RVing Issues
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