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RE: New Rapter 428SP

I just looked at the webpage..... MSRP of over $100k!!!!!!!!! Wow. Just Wow.
lincster 08/21/17 05:02pm Toy Haulers
RE: Onan Generator Heat

You may want to google the installation manual for your genny. It gives instructions and pix of air flow and how a genny should be installed. I don't think yours is correct.
lincster 08/21/17 08:31am Toy Haulers
RE: Onan Generator Heat

Why is the genny sitting on foam? I would be concerned about that. That foam will hold heat.
lincster 08/20/17 10:44pm Toy Haulers
RE: Replacing Steel Wheels With Aluminum

Cmon, if you can't speak the lingo, don't ask questions. OP asked about lug nuts. All wheels have a style of seat in the rim, there are 3 styles, that the lug nut has to work with. Google it.
lincster 08/19/17 05:28pm Toy Haulers
RE: Replacing Steel Wheels With Aluminum

Style of seat is all that matters.
lincster 08/19/17 08:12am Toy Haulers
RE: Lighter pin weight 5th wheel toy haulers

If u are looking to offset pin weight with toys then don't count on it. I put a 2800lb sand rail in mine. Motor/transaxle/ rear tires/ hubs..... all behind the back axles and my pin weight still goes up.
lincster 08/15/17 01:04pm Toy Haulers
RE: Lighter pin weight 5th wheel toy haulers

So do u wanted a fully loaded pin weight in that range? My unloaded pin weight is 2680 lbs. Once I fill water, load up and put my 2800 lb sand rail in, I have a pin weight of 3450lbs.
lincster 08/15/17 09:14am Toy Haulers
RE: Weekend Warrior ramp question

I hate it that Warrior made the spare tire and holder "optional". Anyway, I would find another Warrior and snap a pix of the spare mount and have a fab/weld shop make you something. All the holder is, is a triangle made out of 1" box, hinged at the back and a piece of flat plate welded to the end with a bolt through it to hold it in the up position. Probably $25 worth of material.
lincster 08/13/17 05:21pm Toy Haulers
RE: Weekend Warrior ramp question

I can't remember if it was this forum or glamisdunes.com. Someone has done a warrior ramp and posted pix. Do a search, it is out there. I can tell you, pretty weak construction. I would not add anything with that kind of weight/moment arm to the outside of the door. Doesn't your Warrior have a spare tire mount under the bottom?
lincster 08/12/17 05:30pm Toy Haulers
RE: Floor Rotten

Agreed, leak somewhere.
lincster 08/10/17 10:47am Toy Haulers
RE: Weight of "Stuff"

I have lots of tools. Compressor, Nitrogen tank, oil(s), Antifreeze, CV's, 1 axle. I am guessing I am closer to 1500lbs.
lincster 08/10/17 07:57am Toy Haulers
RE: How long do you keep your Toy Haulers?

Seems like most 10 year old toy haulers look like they are 20 yrs old - these trailers just don't weather well do they? Mine looks in great shape after I clean it. Inside looks brand new. Although mine has been under covered parking since the day I brought it home.
lincster 08/08/17 10:49am Toy Haulers
RE: Hauling a boat in the toy hauler?

My buddy used to load his 2 jet skis into his hauler. Pulled it in with his Rhino. Obviously didn't have a garage.
lincster 08/07/17 01:19pm Toy Haulers
RE: Sagging floor

Moisture readings are normal??? What moisture readings are you taking?
lincster 08/06/17 10:18pm Toy Haulers
RE: Sailun S637T overkill for a trailer with 10,200 gvwr?

Never have too much tire.
lincster 08/05/17 05:51pm Toy Haulers
RE: F350 Trailer wiring fault when towing my XLR

UPDATE!! Before pulling off my hubs, I decided to go through and inspect every brake wire inch by inch. Wouldn't you know it, there was a tiny nick on one of the wires located on the middle axle that was rubbing on the top of the spring mount. The nick exposed enough wire to catch the corner of the mount, which then sporadically sent the wiring fault message due to it being grounded out. I repaired that wire and went ahead and checked the inner axle wires. Wouldn't you know it, the third axle also had some bare wire that was exposed in the axle. Apparently, the insulation had worn off bouncing inside the axle. I went ahead and pulled all axle wires, split loomed them, and mounted them on the upper rear part of each axle with large zip ties. This was advice given by members on here and by Dexter themselves. I also split loomed and secures all other brake wires, eliminating any chance of having this specific problem occur again. I want to say thank you to everyone on here for their advice and encouragement! Good deal. Usually the issue is something simple.
lincster 08/05/17 03:06pm Toy Haulers
RE: F350 Trailer wiring fault when towing my XLR

Oh man.... Welding and batteries don't do well together. LOL
lincster 08/04/17 01:41pm Toy Haulers
RE: F350 Trailer wiring fault when towing my XLR

I had a bad Integrated Trailer Brake Controller (TBC) on my 2005 F350 that was giving me a similar problems. I would try another trailer first before i started digging into the wiring... if you have access to a bumper pull trailer with electric brakes, it might help you troubleshoot a bad Trailer Brake Controller (TBC) too. The older Fords had this issue. There was actually a TSB issued for it. I should know, I owned a 2006. The newer trucks don't have this same issue. Besides, as someone else stated, they have the same issue with a Chevy. So, like I said, nothing wrong with the truck.
lincster 08/03/17 08:05am Toy Haulers
RE: F350 Trailer wiring fault when towing my XLR

Yep, has happened to me a couple of times. If you spend enough time, you will find the broken wire or bad connection. it is there somewhere in your brakes on your trailer. Nothing wrong with the truck or the plugs in the truck. 100% somewhere in the trailer.
lincster 08/01/17 11:03pm Toy Haulers
RE: TH for a family of 4 and NO off road toys - Yes - No?

weight police.... there are both 5ers and bumper pulls that are WELL within my trucks capacity Go put your truck on a CAT scale, post up the weights along with the ratings of your truck. I think you will be surprised/disappointed. Sure there are both 5ers and bumper pulls. I didn't say there weren't. I said if you are looking at a 5er, you better not look at a very big one. Bumper pull, you can go decent sized on.
lincster 07/21/17 11:22pm Toy Haulers
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