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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
RE: used camper help

New tires will run $85 each. Otherwise that seams like a smokin' deal, even if it had leaks. Like you said- one year of use is near break even point.
boosTT 06/09/16 03:30pm Travel Trailers
RE: Which purchase makes more sense?

Used is the better option price wise. 8 nights of use for $6k...
boosTT 06/08/16 12:57pm Travel Trailers
RE: Looking at this TT....think it's got delamination. HELP!

That does look like delamination. It depends if you are interested in buying a project. I wouldn't risk it for $7500 though. You'd be better off spending a bit more and not take a chance.
boosTT 06/06/16 09:19am Travel Trailers
RE: Repair or replace??

Have someone remount it?
boosTT 06/01/16 02:35pm Travel Trailers
RE: Brand New Buyer Looking for Sound Advice

Start by determine your weights and what you can tow. Then go to an RV show.
boosTT 05/31/16 12:01pm Travel Trailers
RE: We finally bit the bullet - 2006 Keystone Zeppeline Owners

I own a 2005 Zeppelin II Z191 and love it. I have had basically no problems and my floor is solid. The unit has a higher end feel with the nicer appliances, fiberglass frontend and propane cover. The Zeppelin does have a bad reputation for soft floors though, especially the longer units with slides. I heard there was even a factory sold floor brace modification.
boosTT 05/27/16 12:46pm Travel Trailers
RE: Freebie

The problem with the freebie, is that it will be on you to dispose of it(probably not for free) once it is toast. Replacing the flooring is not an easy task when it will be needed. Plus there is all the other costs if you want to be able to tow it. Someone wanted to give my then 10-year old daughter a "free" horse once too. for someone without a farm, free turns into $500 month in boarding fees + everything else. Regarding disposal... I bet someone would take the biggest pos trailer if it had one working fridge or one working ac or even one useable tire.
boosTT 05/20/16 03:17pm Travel Trailers
RE: Freebie

Not sure why everyone keeps saying use plywood. I would put in laminate flooring like pergo.
boosTT 05/20/16 11:48am Travel Trailers
RE: Resealing roof ?

I had camping world preform a pressure leak test and fix one leaky roof corner. I think it was about $350 all said and done.
boosTT 05/20/16 11:43am Travel Trailers
RE: How bad is this? (urgent) Roof

It doesn't look that bad. I would just caulk a bit around the edges of the eternabond.
boosTT 05/20/16 11:39am Travel Trailers
RE: Help! Shower leaking

The P-Trap under my shower had cracked and caused this issue. I had to remove the shower surround to install a rubber P-trap.
boosTT 05/18/16 11:08am Travel Trailers
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