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RE: Wheel Bearings

Dealer told me not to use the ez-lube because you can blow the axle seal if too much is put in it, which will put grease everywhere, including your brake pads. Now this was from the dealer who stays open by servicing RVs, so take it with a grain of salt. On the other hand, I was told this when I brought the trailer back right after purchase for blown axles seals and my brakes were covered in grease. I don't know if it was coinicdence or the dealer pushed grease through the ez lubes prior to delivery. Fortunately it was warrantied.
r1Mk 06/27/15 09:46pm Toy Haulers
RE: LED light mod

It does get dark in country out here, but not as dark as the dunes.
r1Mk 06/03/15 08:56pm Toy Haulers
LED light mod

I pulled the stock fog lights off my 06 Sierra, replacing them with some LED pods and added a 22" curved light bar. So far, I'm pretty happy with the out come. I also found a way to run your high beams, low beams, and fog light all at the same time Clicky http://i239.photobucket.com/albums/ff132/r1mk/image_2.jpg The pods were from sidetrackedoffroad.com and the light bar is a curved 22" light bar from Mictuning off of Amazon. http://i239.photobucket.com/albums/ff132/r1mk/image_1.jpg Here is schematic for the fog/high/low beam mod http://i239.photobucket.com/albums/ff132/r1mk/image.jpg I also found a nice set of plug and play replacement headlights from Putco (which are not pictured) Clicky
r1Mk 06/01/15 10:31pm Toy Haulers
RE: 5th Wheel owners with lifted trucks

It's going to depend on the lift size and trailer model. The picture is my latest set up with a stock Fuzion (axles come flipped on Fuzion's) and a 3 1/"2 lift on 33" tires. Just slightly nose high but nothing to be concerned about. Been going to the dunes for the last 4 years with this and no issues, however more bed rail clearance would be a nice luxury. My previous set up was on my old truck with a 4" lift, 33" tires and a Crossroads toyhauler (axles had to be flipped by independent shop) and gave me about the same clearance. My suggestion is to measure the top of your bed rails, mine are at 60" (if I remember correctly), and then measure the bottom of the trailer hang over when the trailer jacks are leveled on the lot. I wouldn't go under a 5-6" bed clearance. http://i239.photobucket.com/albums/ff132/r1mk/photo.jpg
r1Mk 04/05/15 12:22pm Toy Haulers
RE: LP quick connect on Fuzion

Thanks for the info Dezman. On my days off I'm going to check for blockages. It's just not getting enough pressure.
r1Mk 01/19/15 10:11pm Toy Haulers
RE: LP quick connect on Fuzion

There is not a second regulator on my line from the quick connect to the bbq. Everything works great when it's hooked straight to a tank (this way requires a regulator on the line) Don't remember the brand of the grill, but it works great without the quick connect set up. And as stated above there is no second regulator when I use the quick connect.
r1Mk 01/17/15 12:05pm Toy Haulers
LP quick connect on Fuzion

Hooked up my bbq through the quick connect and the flow is pathetic. With the burners on high the flames were barely going. Has anyone else used their LP quick connect and have or have not had an issue, on a Fuzion. There is not a second regulator on my line from the quick connect to the bbq. Everything works great when it's hooked straight to a tank (this way requires a regulator on the line)
r1Mk 01/17/15 06:18am Toy Haulers
RE: looking for a 33ft TH with 10ft garage fifth wheel

Closest I know of is fuzion 302 at 34'3"
r1Mk 09/07/14 09:47pm Toy Haulers
RE: Tire Deflators?

The only difference I saw was the psi range
r1Mk 07/24/14 04:43pm Toy Haulers
RE: Airing down the g614

Bunch of us are going to pismo on our annual "Cult" invasion starting end of next week, im not sure if any in the group have those tires, but i will look closely to see what they are running. I myself have Firestone Transports on the hauler and BFG All Terrains on the truck, all in load range E. I air all of mine down everytime we go. Cool, If no one in your group has them I guess I'll report back after my next trip, HUCKFEST.
r1Mk 07/16/14 10:15pm Toy Haulers
Airing down the g614

Got rid of the china bombs after a little boom. Replaced them with the Goodyear g614's. They are a seriously thick tire. Does anyone have experience airing them down for pismo? Tire shop didn't recommend airing down below 45 psi and said they wouldn't "squat" anyways.
r1Mk 07/12/14 03:26am Toy Haulers
RE: Tire Deflators?

I bought the smittybilt ones trying to save a few bucks and they were very inconsistent. Sent them back and ponied up for the staun. Love em
r1Mk 07/12/14 03:13am Toy Haulers
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