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Boondocking near Yellowstone and Grand Teton

Hello. We are visiting Yellowstone and Grand Teton in a few days September 18, 2023. We were told there were many places mostly with the National Park Service where you can pull in for free camping. We havd a small 21 ft Travel Trailer. We do not need hook ups. Just wanted to try boondocking and enjoying nature. Any help would be appreciated. Larry
LarryDel 09/16/23 10:17am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
TT Wear on one tire..only took few short trips

We have a 21 ft TT barely used. We prepared our truck and TT for long awaited trip out west. When we arrived at South Dakota we noticed three tires still looked new but the fourth looks like it has 50K miled on it. It shows a lot of wear. We are very concerned but have no answers as to what it could be. Would appreciate any ideas. Thank you. Larry
LarryDel 09/08/23 06:46am Travel Trailers
One TT tire shows lots of wear

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LarryDel 09/08/23 06:35am Forum Posting Help and Support
One TT tire shows lots of wear

We have a fairly new TT where we had taken a few short trips. Last week we prepared our truck and TT for our long awaited trip out west from the east coast. We arrived in South Dakota and noticed three tires still looked new but the fourth looked like we had driven 50K on it. We are concerned as to what could be causing this. Any ideas? Thank you....Larry
LarryDel 09/08/23 06:35am Travel Trailers
RE: braking problem

I did not try the applying the brakes manually with the brake controller. No need to as we were only going 45 miles per hour on a flat surface and the truck breaks were enough to bring us to a safe stop, although I had to put my foot all the way to the floor. I did not try increasing the gain as it was set at 2.0 which is more than enough to work. Again, what caused my truck brakes to fail? My truck brakes work fine as soon as I disconnect the trailer. Never had this problem before in 10 years of towing.
LarryDel 10/13/22 08:05am Travel Trailers
RE: braking problem

I had my truck brakes checked. They are fine. Also brake fluid is full, no leaks. I have been towing travel trailers for more than 10 years. Up and down mountains 10,000 ft, 8% grade. Never had a problem. Worked just fine previous 4 days in the mountains of Western Maryland. This happened on a flat surface while driving through Delaware which is flat as a pancake. Could the 7 pin connection be the problem? Mystery continues.
LarryDel 10/11/22 12:02pm Travel Trailers
braking problem

We have a 2022 Forest River Flagstaff Microlite 21FBRS travel trailer. My tow vehicle is a 2012 Chevrolet Silverado 6.2L with the max trailer package. On a recent trip, our truck brakes had a problem. Had to push all the way to the floor to stop and it took a while. And we were on a flat road. Fortunately we were close to home, so we drove slowly and carefully to our house. We disconnected the trailer. I then drove my truck for a while. The brakes worked just fine. So I concluded the problem was with the trailer. My question is why did the trailer cause my truck brakes to fail?
LarryDel 10/10/22 09:57am Travel Trailers
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