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RE: Best Roof Coating

I used this roof coating from Heng to coat my 28 ft trailer roof. I cut in the edges and the pipes and vents before rolling on two coats. Very easy to use. It wasn't quite as thick as I thought it might be.
Herryy 09/19/22 03:10am Travel Trailers
RE: Tent poles - replacing fiberglass to aluminum

Aluminum and fiberglass tent poles are the two most popular types for outdoor camping. For the aluminum and fiberglass tent poles, it is the aluminum tent pole which has the strength and the toughness to support the overall structure of the tent. This tent pole may be lighter in weight, but it does not mean that it does not have the toughness to do its job.
Herryy 07/29/22 11:54am Tent Camping
RE: Thor or Forest River - Warranty and reputation

Forest River is so famous that you can find Forest River products in almost every campground. In my opinion, Forest River has some outstanding features that distinguish them from other brands. They require strict standards for their products. These automobiles are subjected to additional review to make sure that each model meets all criteria, including pipework, electrical and LP systems, cosmetics, rain bay, function, navigator, as well as other miscellaneous tests.
Herryy 07/26/22 07:55pm Travel Trailers
RE: Are RV sewer hose supports necessary?

We've been using this sewer hose support CamCo for a few years and we're frequent travelers (60-70 nights a year) and normally only stay at a campground for a day or 2 before moving on, so it gets set up and taken down a lot. I was also thrilled to see this product offers the ability to contour around potential obstacles, it ensures you can avoid any rocks and sticks capable of causing structural issues like punctures. As anyone who RV's knows when you empty the tanks at the end of your vacation it isn't much fun having to lift the hose up to ensure that all the matter inside has drained out or worse yet thinking the hose is empty then moving it only to end up with shoes covered in nasties. This sewer hose support CamCo will see an end to those worries. I have had this Sewer Hose Support CamCo over a year and it is still very durable, very much needed for anyone who has an RV or travel trailer. It is very easy to use. You simply pull out the sidewinder and place your hose on top and your hose will snap in place. You can also adjust the sidewinder for a longer length or a shorter length and it stays in place fairly well.
Herryy 07/11/22 09:00pm Beginning RVing
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