I have pulled mine up a few times to work on it. If you have done a ton of residential peice of cake. Mine is a 3 inch flange just like any other and use standard Joni bolts and wax ring. Water is 1/2 ips
No. Springs may be shot. When I needed new bags on mine I ordered new springs from Henderson super steer and ditched the bags. The springs are matched up to your front end weight.
Some good reading for the P30 Here
Also when you inflated the bags I believe the proper way is to lift the front end up then inflate and lower onto ground. I would put 90lbs in mine lower and bleed off.
I agree but it all in what you want to pay, You really can't much of a trailer for less than 80 dollars but then, a pick up to pull it with s 30 to 50 thousand new.
Yea I don't think 80 dollars will get you too much.
My mom had her left eye done and is great. Then went and had her right done and is almost blind in that eye. She only sees a shadow image. They tried to fix it with six different drops that had to go into the eye every day and then after no luck with that two surgerys and a few didderent specialists.
All this while doing chemo. The eye doc said its one in a million I guess my mom happened to be the one.
To top it off they wanted to scope here lungs and nicked it in doing so which led to a infection that landed her in the hospital for a week and now has been on oxygen for six months.
It's a shame to see how down hill she has gone in the last 16 months after all this.
She is 85 but up until all this she worked for me six hours plus a day five days a week for the last 14 years.
Two Jeep Libertys and Two Wranglers all terrible mpg.
After almost 25 years of having Suburbans just got a 2016 Edge. Don't tow it but it's a pretty good car so far. We pull a wrangler around and it's used as a snow plow vechile. If you don't need something very big I love the wrangler. Can go almost anywhere and parking is a breeze.