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RE: Help with bigger TT trade - best light TT 23-29 foot?

We wanted to get a smaller rig after selling our 32' fifth wheel and do more dry camping.We bought a Coleman 202RD with a GVW of 7600# and unloaded weight of 4400# with cargo capacity of 3200#.This is a bare bones trailer with no slides and is 8ft wide and 24'11" long.It has a 60gal fresh water cap. with 42 grey and 42 black tanks. Two small(20#) propane tanks round out the highlights.We had a second battery and power hitch lift installed and I replaced the bathroom fan with a remote Fantastic fan.I'm ready for our first dry camp trip to the Metolius river next week after two state park visits with full hookups !
georgej 07/20/17 06:49am Travel Trailers
RE: Bad Slideout Squeel

Something I did with our previous RV was to polish the fiberglass areas with a good auto wax. It quieted our trailer nicely !
georgej 06/17/17 08:59am Travel Trailers
RE: Zep polish?

Hey Larry Your Rig always looked good. Weren't you at Lacey too! Let's see, white chevy truck?
georgej 06/14/17 08:27pm General RVing Issues
RE: Zep polish?

I sold our Alpenlite about 3 years ago and polished and waxed it with Mequires 3 step process. Took about 3 to 4 days and it looked great when finished. After a year of travel I'd park it do the process the following year because although It was covered during the winter months it needed to be polished again. Last year a neighbor purchased a 2002 Ford 350 from his Father-in-law and as I passed his house walking he had just finished washing his new to him truck I was amazed at the shine and he told me the truck had always been polished with a product I'd never heard of. My truck is also about 16 years old and Dodge had blessed it with a good factory paint job, so I tried the product called Voom Gold.The results after cleaning with a clay bar or mild polish are great. Wish I'd known about this stuff when we had the Alpenlite.It's about 28 bucks a gallon and over the last year I've polished our Accord twice, my truck twice,our Outback and our new 24' Coleman and still have about a 1/3 gallon left.You just spray it on and wipe it off and the gloss and smooth feeling are incredible.Water will dance right off the surfaces and seems to last 3 months or so. I'm sorry if this seems like a advertisement just the experience of a 77 year who has polished his share of vehicles in his day :)
georgej 06/14/17 03:22pm General RVing Issues
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