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RE: Trying to Value: 2006 Coachmen SOA SE 30 DBD

I would try to find a similar model using ebay or searchtempest.
boosTT 09/29/14 11:58am Travel Trailers
RE: Renting & Insuring a Tow Vehicle

In the US, some people have an option for rental car insurance added onto their existing car insurance policy. Therefore they would be insured for anything they drive, regardless what coverage is on the car itself. I think it would be easier to just rent the truck from somewhere else though. Or as everyone else said: Class C and rent a car too.
boosTT 09/16/14 01:10pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Should I rebuild my trans before we take trailer out west ??

I wouldn't risk making the trans worse by opening up the case. I wouldn't touch it.
boosTT 09/08/14 03:14pm Tow Vehicles
RE: advice needed on superficial damage

I have done the same thing and managed to rub the green marks the tree braches left out. I think you will be fine.
boosTT 09/03/14 10:23am Travel Trailers
RE: Enclosed trailer to be camping trailer?

IMO: I would just look for an older/cheaper used travel trailer. In the end, the "real" camper will be a lot nicer and more practical for camping. I've even saw U-Haul trailers at campsites... I would also recommend looking at "work n play" trailers.
boosTT 08/28/14 11:39am Travel Trailers
RE: Looking for some advice for our steep driveway

That doesn't look too bad. I've seen some roads in campgrounds close to that.
boosTT 08/28/14 09:38am Travel Trailers
RE: Looking for some advice for our steep driveway

I would be more worried about ground clearance than stopping. If you ride the brakes the entire time, you'll be fine. Use the manual trailer brakes lever. Flipping the axles could help with the clearance.
boosTT 08/27/14 01:14pm Travel Trailers
RE: First TT Purchase, buying used?

Make sure you can tow the trailer, if you haven't ran the numbers yet. Beside the brake controller, you will need a WDH.
boosTT 08/21/14 12:53pm Travel Trailers
RE: MA title travel trailer

In Wisconsin: trailers under 3k lbs do not need to be registered. If the trailer is under 3K: I don't need a title, because I never need to contact the DMV. Maybe MA is similar?
boosTT 08/18/14 03:59pm Travel Trailers
RE: Hirearchy

Airstream /thread.
boosTT 08/18/14 02:17pm Travel Trailers
RE: Parking on steep driveway

X-Chocks are not designed to hold a trailer in place. I don't know what else is available, beside the wedges. It's going to be difficult to get the trailer on and off the hitch ball with weight still on the ball. You'll need to watch your clearance too... you could take out the rear jacks or dump valve.
boosTT 08/18/14 02:15pm Travel Trailers
RE: First TT Purchase, buying used?

Sounds like a great deal.
boosTT 08/15/14 03:22pm Travel Trailers
RE: 1st generation Sequoia purchase

Make sure the frame has been inspected!!! My co-workers 2003 Sequoia needed the frame REPLACED. He was the original owner and Toyota paid for it... $14k to replace the frame on a truck worth $8k. I believe the recall expires within a few weeks (if not yet). He said there was a huge backup of everyone waiting until the last minute of the recall to have the frames inspected. I wouldn't want a truck that had the frame replaced.
boosTT 08/08/14 02:58pm Tow Vehicles
RE: First TT Long Haul - Raleigh NC to Madison Wi

IMO, I would try to check out northern Wisconsin. There are some amazing campgrounds a little further north.
boosTT 08/05/14 08:50am Travel Trailers
RE: Using TT as guest house

Here is some additional information. My Dad is 61 years old and would not have any physical problems getting around a travel trailer. The trailer is an 2005, but in excellent condition. I firmly requested he sleeps in the TT for a few reasons: We don't get a long well... things might get ugly if we are together this long without our dedicated areas. We have different bed times. We like different HVAC temps and watch different TV shows. His 2 night stay turned into 8 nights and I would like to be a deterrent from this turning into an annual thing. We have spare rooms, but none setup a bed. I would honestly be more comfortable in the TT compared to an air matrass. He is allergic to cats and our kitty rules the house.
boosTT 07/29/14 03:32pm Travel Trailers
Using TT as guest house

My father is flying in and spending a few nights at my home. I have firmly requested he sleeps in my TT. I figure he will use the bathroom in my house though. I have plenty of unused bedrooms and bathrooms in the house, but don’t have another bed setup (only sofas). The RV will be plugged in to electricity, the water tank will have some water. The TT has ducted A/C. I figure this is reasonable… can anyone else that has done this comment? (obviously) being an camper myself, I would prefer this- he is not an camper though.
boosTT 07/28/14 12:21pm Travel Trailers
RE: Looking to purchase my first travel trailer

In general, IMO, Jayco's have a good reputation. I own a keystone and have had zero problems though. The 2 year warranty would be nice.
boosTT 07/24/14 11:33am Travel Trailers
RE: Question for the Hensley/ProPride people

They are expensive and difficult to align (hitching). Otherwise they are great. The ProPride is easier to hitch up, but IMO the owner (Sean) is not very helpful.
boosTT 07/22/14 03:26pm Travel Trailers
RE: Want USA made tires

Carlisle ST are made in the USA. They were made overseas for a short period of time, but are back in the states now.
boosTT 07/18/14 07:50am Travel Trailers
RE: Tank gauges - how do they work?

I believe the "sensor" uses the liquid to close "the switch"... the same as those water alarms people place near water heaters. The problem is the "sensor". I assume this is just open conductors spaced apart. Any splash or high humidly would cause problems. There is an aftermarket tank sensor system that I've heard is very accurate.
boosTT 07/02/14 12:06pm Travel Trailers
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