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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
RE: i havent gotten a camper yet but i am looking to buy one

I would make sure the AC will be enough. Something tells me that the trailer will get pretty hot.
boosTT 05/10/16 12:16pm Travel Trailers
RE: Shower Leak

^^^ Exactly what happened to my 2005 Keystone. I replaced the cracked P-trap with a rubber one from home depot. I had to remove the shower surround to access it. The whole repair probably took 4 hours (taking my time).
boosTT 05/02/16 12:16pm Travel Trailers
RE: Hope 2-waste tank purchase was a good idea...

6 gal is way small... I would look into dumping the gray on your property.
boosTT 04/13/16 03:28pm Travel Trailers
RE: Any of you tow a TT and carry a boat above truck bed/cab?

Just winch it up. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYCyEq3NE-0
boosTT 04/13/16 09:01am Travel Trailers
RE: carrying a boat along with trailer......any of you do this?

Get a port-a-bote.
boosTT 04/05/16 10:29am Travel Trailers
RE: Questions about storing a TT

I leave a covered roof vent open to regulate moisture. Too must moisture and the staples holding the ceiling together will rust and you will have yellow/gold spots in the ceiling. I also use damp-rid and electronic pest control devices. Otherwise I park on dirt without planks or jacks down.
boosTT 04/05/16 10:28am Travel Trailers
RE: Fabric Waterproof RV Covers - Worth The Money??

I have had an ADCO cover for probably 5 years now and it has held up well. I think I'll get one more year out of it. The roof part may be water proof, but the sides are not.
boosTT 03/23/16 03:31pm Travel Trailers
RE: Mice - My observation

Fresh cab and the electronic things work well for me.
boosTT 02/22/16 03:46pm Travel Trailers
RE: College Graduate with savings.... Wanting to travel US!

You could use a tent and tow a small boat/PWC or atv? When actually "camping" you don't spend time inside the camper anyway. Its usually by the fire pit or hiking trail.
boosTT 02/22/16 08:10am Travel Trailers
RE: Efficient packing

We also travel with 4 kids and my wife is able to get packed and unpacked quickly. Here are a few things we do that may help you guys. Packing - She packs the inside while I prep the truck and trailer for the trip. 1. Each week my wife comes up with a menu before grocery shopping. When we camp she just modified the list and we have a camping menu. 2. I turn the fridge on the night before so she can pack food it the AM. 3. Each child has a small bin that they can pack whatever they want in. This is typically books, toys, etc. We don't allow any overflow. 4. The kids all have a cabinet in the bunkhouse and this is where their cloths and that toy bin go. Everything has a place. Unpacking - She starts unpacking as soon as I get the trailer leveled and is usually done by the time I have the stabilizers down and truck unhooked. 1. Before leaving the campground all dirty clothes go into a trash bag. This bag goes right to the laundry room. 2. All food is packed into those canvas grocery bags ready to be moved to the house. 3. She gets the trailer as clean as possible before leaving the campground, but this depends on timing. 4. She's not shy about using/abusing her child labor. Even the 4 year old harries stuff with those little hands. We usually finish our jobs around the same time and this has worked well for us. Good advice here. My wife works inside the camper while we are waiting/dumping the holding tanks too.
boosTT 02/22/16 08:00am Travel Trailers
RE: Battery

Thanks everyone for the information so far. The trip will be 4.5 days for a music festival. The trailer has all LED bulbs. The fridge and water pump will be used. I do have a generator, but its an 65 dB model and don't want to use it more than 20 minutes or so a day.
boosTT 06/05/15 03:46pm Travel Trailers

I have owned my travel trailer for about 6 years now and (gasp) have never camped off the grid… until now. I have a trip planned that does not have access to electricity and my battery is shot. What battery should I buy? I would like to be around $200. Thanks
boosTT 06/05/15 10:10am Travel Trailers
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