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RE: 4 seasons toy haulers under 5000lbs dry weight?

We camped in the 20s at Yellowstone with our Sand Sport and it was plenty warm inside. I think the roof vents and single pane windows which are common among most all trailers are the major heat losses more so than the rear ramp door. All the water hoses are like every other trailer.
1320Fastback 03/03/21 10:00pm Toy Haulers
RE: Trailering

I look for Shell stations. They usually have higher prices and are not crowded because of that.
1320Fastback 03/03/21 09:49pm Travel Trailers
RE: Has camper quality gotten any better in the last 10 years?

IMO quality is the same as it has always been. Our 2016 and 2018 trailers were the same low quality just different makers and floor plans. We sold them and got a pre recession 2005 model Forest River. I don't know if it makes any difference be pre market crash but is sure seems built heavier duty and is just heavier too ?? I know the manufacturers can not do custom work but I would gladly pay for Marine grade CDX flooring and 1/2" roofing.
1320Fastback 03/02/21 08:16pm Travel Trailers
RE: Another Towing Question

Salesman only know how to sell vehicles unfortunately.
1320Fastback 02/28/21 07:35pm Travel Trailers
RE: Good Year buying out Cooper tires

I like Cooper tires. Have them on my Jetta and my old Mustang. I mounted and balanced them and they are first rate tires for sure. The hankook that came off the Jetta were really thin feeling compared to the coopers and the BFGs that were on the Mustang were 12 years old so they were just unsafe. Lol
1320Fastback 02/26/21 06:12pm Tow Vehicles
RE: PROPANE LEAK??????

The new trailer we had had a brass fitting above the tires fracture and leak out two full bottles as we drove from Flagstaff to Needles. Our current trailer this last month had a propane smell inside as we were prepping it for a desert trip. I sprayed all the fittings underneath remembering our last problem but found nothing. Letting it air out and then immediately returning inside with my sniffer I located a strong smell at the heater underneath the stove. Pulling the grate off and spraying the exposed fitting created bubbles, lots of them. I got some wrenches and loosend the fitting then snugged it back down. No more leak and the big propane bottles up front remained full after 5 days in the dunes using the heater every night.
1320Fastback 02/14/21 05:23pm Tech Issues
RE: You have 13 yrs 11 mths left to buy a GM gas or dsl vehicle

I've said it before and I'll say it again. Build a 1 ton, crew cab, 8' bed hybrid electric with with small turbine engine and I will buy one right now. I know I know battery technology is going to improve, I've heard it before.
1320Fastback 01/28/21 07:45pm Tow Vehicles
RE: UPDATED Coast on the uphills accelerate on the downhills

We Live and Die by EGT.
1320Fastback 01/25/21 11:35pm Towing
RE: Crummy headlights - Can't see, need upgrade

I used this one in my old Dodge and Mustang. With the truck I had to extend the passengers side by 18" or so but nothing but some wire and soldering can't fix. Works perfect and lights are MUCH brighter. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073ZZWKGT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awdb_imm_t1_bzocGbSXHAAD3?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 Nice, thanks. Doubt I could buy the parts and pieces for 19 bucks. No point in making my own for that price. Nope and don't forget the time to solder it all together and shrink wrap.
1320Fastback 01/20/21 09:49pm Tech Issues
RE: Crummy headlights - Can't see, need upgrade

I used this one in my old Dodge and Mustang. With the truck I had to extend the passengers side by 18" or so but nothing but some wire and soldering can't fix. Works perfect and lights are MUCH brighter. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073ZZWKGT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awdb_imm_t1_bzocGbSXHAAD3?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
1320Fastback 01/20/21 07:27pm Tech Issues
RE: Crummy headlights - Can't see, need upgrade

A simple pre built plug and play Dual Relay Harness will improve them 50%. Your likely not getting full voltage to the bulbs if running stock wiring.
1320Fastback 01/19/21 10:52pm Tech Issues
RE: Quality Decline since Covid

The drop in quality is one of the reasons we sold our new trailer and replaced it with a 2005 model. It just felt cheap inside and honestly everytime we used it something needed fixing. Short of saying buying a new Genesis which was a little out of our price range as a cash only buyers we really wanted something older, heavier duty and built better when times were good.
1320Fastback 01/19/21 08:01pm Travel Trailers
RE: TFL Truck tests Ford Raptor vs Ram TRX towing on I-70

Oomph, the mpg.
1320Fastback 01/19/21 07:53pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Where to put generator in 21' travel trailer

Have a fabricator make a custom mount to put it on the tongue above the batteries and propane tanks. You want more tongue weight for safety reasons. Also if its a propane fuel generator you could leave it permanently connected to the tanks and never have to deal with gas.
1320Fastback 01/19/21 07:33pm Tech Issues
RE: UPDATED Coast on the uphills accelerate on the downhills

Looks like you got it sorted out Opnspaces. I am San Diego local too and have gone though Alpine out to the desert many times. Not sure if I've taken our current setup on S2 yet. 9/10 I go up over Palomar Moutain as I am north county but if we are going to Glamis or Superstition/Plaster area I'll take I8 out.
1320Fastback 01/19/21 07:29pm Towing
RE: Air Shocks

The shock mounts are not meant to support weight. Air shocks would be a mistake. I would get a WDH set up properly, heavy duty coils and if needed air bags to provide just a bit more leveling.
1320Fastback 12/12/20 06:39pm Towing
RE: LED Interior Bulbs

I got some from Amazon in packs of 20. I needed 27 so have some extras for some burn out. So far none have.
1320Fastback 12/12/20 06:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: wheel balancers

I have them on my daily driver which is a old Dodge truck. Other than when the windows are down and hearing a slight hiss sound as the medial spins up you don't know they are there. Ride is incredibly smooth at all speeds. Have thought of getting some for the trailer.
1320Fastback 11/25/20 08:24pm Travel Trailers
RE: Border Restrictions Until Late December

A relative that lives in costal Mexico came up today for the holiday. Said she waited 45min at the border and crossed without issues.
1320Fastback 11/25/20 08:20pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Broken cargo door key

there is a # on the key. any locksmith, the camp or a neighbor wil have one. Ch 545,751 223 will open most baggage doors. yup, the infamous CH751 key. works on many if not the majority of pass through doors, garden tractors, sprinkler locks, and the list goes on..... You can add the storage locker on a 2020 Manitou Off Road Telescopic Forklift to that list. OP look on the lock it self above and below where the key goes in the slot. There may be a number printed there. That is the key number.
1320Fastback 11/24/20 09:38pm Tech Issues
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