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RE: I Finally Found One

I've had a CampLite 6.8 TC for a few years now. Bought used and haven't had any major problems. I had a water leak develop under the shower, but thanks to the aluminum framed floor the only damage was an upset wife with wet socks. It wound up being the caulk joint where the shower pan and shower wall meet. The CampLites are hard to find in good shape. Congrats on getting one.
Joe Glidewell 07/19/21 06:19am Truck Campers
RE: Full hook up?

My drain location is on the back, under the entry door. I only hook up the slinky and pull the drain valve when the tank is close to full capacity.
Joe Glidewell 06/18/21 10:05am Truck Campers
RE: Are you towing with a flatbed?

https://i.imgur.com/VCjiVtGl.jpg https://i.imgur.com/U66TFTbl.jpg https://i.imgur.com/PLdWPuJl.jpg Would I be correct in assuming your question is directed toward a flatbed body that doesn't have a rear drop down area below the axles?
Joe Glidewell 06/09/21 06:28am Truck Campers
RE: Reico-Titan electric jack dust boots

https://i.imgur.com/b7qoQhZl.jpg This is not the specific brand but you can see the hole in the center of the foot plate. That's the one we are talking about. The bolt comes in from the bottom. You can't see it unless the jack is raised off the ground. If there is no bolt head showing, then it's probably only being held on by corrosion.
Joe Glidewell 05/12/21 06:14am Truck Campers
RE: Recommendations for a noob...

I also hauled my first TC home on a flatbed. The items that would have been most helpful to have was short lengths of chain (2'-3') and shackles that fit the turnbuckles you have. I measured prior to mounting and thought my turnbuckles would reach but I was short on the two rear tie down points. I rigged it with ratchet straps until I could reach a store and buy some chain and shackles. Otherwise no problems for the 200 mile ride home. Good luck.
Joe Glidewell 05/06/21 02:17pm Truck Campers
RE: Reico-Titan electric jack dust boots

Changed mine last year. The bolt is on the bottom of the base plate. The part that would touch the dirt when lowered.
Joe Glidewell 05/06/21 02:07pm Truck Campers
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