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RE: 2005 Weekend warrior

Its going to be a big job to repair. I wouldn't pay several thousand for it... maybe like $1500. I heard of a class action for WW's of that era.
boosTT 08/22/16 02:36pm Travel Trailers
RE: TT vs Hybrid purchase

Hi-Lo?
boosTT 08/22/16 01:24pm Travel Trailers
RE: RV Roof Reseal

Sounds like they are billing you to smear a bit a caulk around. DIY- although you already paid them to figure out where the smear the caulk...
boosTT 08/22/16 09:55am Travel Trailers
RE: Start-up items needed?

Fuses, basic tools, extra flashlights, some extra pins for the hitch
boosTT 08/18/16 01:44pm Travel Trailers
RE: Helpful tips to full timing in a camper appreciated

Campers are tiny... think 30'x8'... that is 240 square feet that is drafty and the windows will fog up. Plus a lot of up keep. It's not like a solid house frame. It's Styrofoam and glue. You would be way better off in a $500ish/month apartment.
boosTT 08/17/16 02:54pm Travel Trailers
RE: inspection

I had a car listed for sale at a very fair price. One buyer wanted to have it inspected and I told him to get lost as I had someone else on their way to look at the same car as we spoke. I sold the car to the next buyer 30 minutes later. If I have several people interested, I'm not going to allow an inspection. Best case for the seller is the inspection just adds a delay to the sale.
boosTT 08/16/16 01:28pm Travel Trailers
RE: Which truck to get?

That trailer is not that heavy. Why not try to continue to use your current rig and just take it slow? Pretty much any pickup truck will tow it better then your current rig though. I'd look into the F150 and other 1500. You don't need a diesel or 4x4 or 3/4 ton truck for that size trailer.
boosTT 08/11/16 07:41am Travel Trailers
RE: Hensley Propride shopping, buying and experiance

I wouldn't trust Sean. I've had issues in the past.
boosTT 08/02/16 09:51am Travel Trailers
RE: Rooftop AC Cycles on and off and lights at same time

Do you have a battery connected?
boosTT 08/02/16 07:41am Travel Trailers
RE: Buying a travel trailer with no title (salvage)

That is a very poor deal. $2500 tops on a 2005 without a title and prior leaks. Its basically a really nice hunting shack at that point. Not having a tile will make it difficult/impossible to resell. Plus who knows why it was a salvage...?...??
boosTT 08/01/16 02:56pm Travel Trailers
RE: how long is your tear down/setup time?

I think everyone is starting the timer at different points. IE: Starting to back in, Camper already leveled, Unhitched, etc. From stating to back in to setup: 45 minutes From leveled and unhitched: 10 minutes outside, 20 minutes inside Packup: mostly depends on how many dirty dishes, ect based on length of stay.
boosTT 08/01/16 07:49am Travel Trailers
RE: Awning use @ beach???

Don't risk it. It's only a matter of time until the gust hits.
boosTT 07/28/16 08:02am Travel Trailers
RE: Not sure of the logic

It's probably due to backing in/parking issues. Its probably very difficult to back into.
boosTT 07/25/16 02:44pm Travel Trailers
RE: Travel Trailer with soft spots on the floor

Depends how bad it is. I had my eye on a soft spot for some time. Had a seal test done, leak fixed and it has not gotten any worse in the past year. The soft spot in my rv is between the bath tub and toilet- where no one would ever step anyway.
boosTT 07/18/16 01:37pm Travel Trailers
RE: Hauling a big trailer for only a couple of miles ?

2 miles? The tundra towed a space ship a short distance. I wouldn't think twice and tow it myself.
boosTT 07/12/16 08:52am Travel Trailers
RE: Driveway Storage & Travel Trailer Covers

I cover mine in winter. I think it helps. The sun will do a lot of damage and a tiny water leak in your roof can rot your tt away within months. Car port is really the only practical option to keep your trailer looking new. Next best option would be a cover in the off season.
boosTT 07/11/16 08:06am Travel Trailers
RE: Travel Trailer Cover? Good/Bad Idea?

I use my cover over winter. Same cover has lasted 5 winters and I'll probably get one more winter out of it. It is an ADCO cover. It takes about 15 minutes to put on or remove.
boosTT 06/20/16 01:52pm Travel Trailers
RE: Got new generator but........

I found some xmas gifts that UPS left in my front yard while it was snowing. Yup... got to dig out my front yard to find them. 3 separate boxes about 8' apart.
boosTT 06/16/16 08:47am Travel Trailers
RE: Budgeting for Camping

Insurance figure $200/year and it will likely be a little less.
boosTT 06/10/16 12:52pm Travel Trailers
RE: Budgeting for Camping

10 MPG... really depends how far and often you plan to go.
boosTT 06/10/16 11:26am Travel Trailers
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