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RE: Where can you rent a Travel Trailer?

As others said... some campgrounds have rentals. Otherwise try craigslist.
boosTT 12/05/16 12:51pm Travel Trailers
RE: The Camping Part Is Great...Winterizing Though.......

^^^^ next time use fresh cab.
boosTT 10/28/16 11:35am Travel Trailers
RE: Indoor storage question

Are you going to do this every year? There are low profile ac units available.
boosTT 10/28/16 06:56am Travel Trailers
RE: I'm buying my first big trailer and need some advice.

I towed a 19' tandem axle TT (about 4k lbs loaded) for a few years with a ranger that had a 4.0L. Not completely apples to apples, but now I use a ram 5.7L and towing is much more enjoyable. By more enjoyable I mean travel further per day, not stress as much when its windy or merging in heavy traffic. It will tow it, but it will be slow and high reving. There is way way more wind resistance when towing a travel trailer compared to a popup. However, even with this said- I'd still buy it and hitch it up. Being a single axle: properly loading the trailer is important too!
boosTT 10/24/16 01:49pm Travel Trailers
RE: New guy

I'd also recommend eternabond over dicor.
boosTT 10/20/16 08:54am Travel Trailers
RE: replacing battery with converter

Put a $35 lawn and garden battery in.
boosTT 10/18/16 03:46pm Travel Trailers
RE: Looking for 1st travel trailer

Showroom is just for show... Real life there will be 2 pairs of muddy shoes by the door, case of soda shoved under the table, coffee maker, toaster and paper towels taking up all of the counter space. Make sure the camper is large enough for you.
boosTT 10/17/16 12:40pm Travel Trailers
RE: New guy

Absolutely need to address the leaks. That is a serious problem that is often the death of many RV's. For the waste water- you could probably use a macerator pump. Owners manual- good luck.
boosTT 10/17/16 08:13am Travel Trailers
RE: IS MY JEEP SAFE TO TOW A CAMPER????

Its going to be stressful towing.
boosTT 10/12/16 12:51pm Travel Trailers
RE: leave in or keep out water heater plug winterizing?

What's the point of putting it back finger tight? Drain it (that means remove and reinstall the plug) and be done.
boosTT 10/11/16 01:17pm Travel Trailers
RE: Trailer cover Recommendation

How does one deal with covering TT with a winged non foldable antenna Are you sure it can't be removed? I would suspect it would unscrew somehow.
boosTT 10/10/16 11:45am Travel Trailers
RE: Advice for a newbie

Its too much trailer. Spring will help, but I doubt it will help enough. Most conceder 6k dry the limit for half ton trucks. Better hope you don't have to trailer it home on a windy day.
boosTT 10/07/16 08:33am Travel Trailers
RE: Trailer cover Recommendation

Make sure you get the right length cover! I got many years of use out of a low end ADCO cover for Wisconsin winters.
boosTT 10/07/16 08:30am Travel Trailers
RE: Travel Trailer Cover

I got 6 years from my ADCO cover. I would recommend it.
boosTT 09/28/16 01:07pm Travel Trailers
RE: What isn't included with new trailer

I'm pretty sure you could spend $10k on camping accessories if you wanted to. Most "free" accessories are junk. Power jack, Maxair style roof vents would be good to have included with the sale.
boosTT 09/27/16 12:26pm Travel Trailers
RE: Cracked Bathroom Mirror

Carefully disassemble it. Clean it. Then install the new mirror with caulk (perhaps sillicone). Use Gorrila wood glue to hold it back together. Good idea. Thanks
boosTT 09/26/16 01:53pm Travel Trailers
RE: Newb looking to buy first TT.

Yes, you should be able to install a WD hitch yourself. It pretty easy, just takes time (and a large level area) to align everything.
boosTT 09/26/16 12:18pm Travel Trailers
Cracked Bathroom Mirror

The bathroom vanity mirror cracked when someone tried closing it with too much force. How can I replace the mirror? It looks like a white plastic section is stapled to the wooden frame that sandwiches the mirror in place. I'm afraid that I will break the replacement mirror attempting to reinstall the staples.
boosTT 09/26/16 12:17pm Travel Trailers
RE: Newb looking to buy first TT.

The camper length concern is valid. Yes, you can probably squeeze a longer trailer in, but it will be difficult to backup between trees, etc. This can get really tricky at night. The WD hitch is worth it, even with an 2500HD.
boosTT 09/22/16 03:01pm Travel Trailers
RE: RV Storage

What about using a seasonal site as a parking spot too?
boosTT 09/16/16 12:01pm Travel Trailers
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