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RE: Kayak on the back of a Travel Trailer (?)

Is it the kayak or the straps that are making the noise? If the straps do not have a twist in them they will make a lot of noise. May be an easy fix if that is the problem just a half twist in each straight section of the straps. A half twist you say? That is very interesting, I will try that on my next trip even though I don't get how that will help... Yes It will stop all the howling from the straps.
newlee 09/15/15 07:55am Travel Trailers
RE: Kayak on the back of a Travel Trailer (?)

Is it the kayak or the straps that are making the noise? If the straps do not have a twist in them they will make a lot of noise. May be an easy fix if that is the problem just a half twist in each straight section of the straps.
newlee 09/15/15 07:47am Travel Trailers
RE: Bike Rack receiver wiggle

Probably better off drilling from the top as all of the weight will be on the bolt of you drill from the bottom.
newlee 05/01/15 07:28am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Bike Rack receiver wiggle

Ditch the extension and buy a peice of 2" square tubing lone enough for the clearance needed to replace the original that is to short. Drill the holes needed and weld a 5/8" nut on the inside to bult it to the reciever.
newlee 04/30/15 07:33am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Can this be removed?

Cut it off and replace with casters.
newlee 03/05/15 07:14am Travel Trailers
RE: Diesel vs Propane Generator

Chuckhm What was the cost of the propane generator? Second dealer said you are much better running you generator on your diesel as it runs quieter, and save your propane for the other appliances that need propane. Cost of diesel option was about $4500
newlee 02/11/15 07:34am Class C Motorhomes
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