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RE: Tripod stabilizer

Only ones that like em havent used a good chassis stabilizer like Steadyfast or JT Strongarm
N-Trouble 06/24/19 05:15pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Solar Panel

Never heard of a controller on the panel either. Doesnt really make sense. You want the comtroller inside the RV so you can monitor the vitals
N-Trouble 06/20/19 05:36pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Tires

LT tires generally have more flexible sidewalls than trailer tires. Also, on an LT, check the load rating. Ken ^^THIS^^ is so UNTRUE and what the ST tire industry has brainwashed consumers with. When I had STs pulled off my 5th and replaced with Bridgestone Duravis R250s the sidewalls on them is easily 2x them crappy China Bombs. There is absolutey no comparison between these tires. Dont believe everything you read or hear. See for yourself...
N-Trouble 06/20/19 08:22am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Towing with 2017 Nissan Titan Platinum Reserve

Trailer specs???
N-Trouble 06/18/19 07:06pm Towing
RE: Expedition w/Toy Hauler and 2 SeaDoo's

Dont listen to the wife. Motorhome is without a doubt the best option. Trying to load/unload PWCs of that size from a Toyhauler will be a huge hassle and dangerous IMO. Double tow is no better. Sometimes better to be the man of the house and over rule the wifey. This would be a good example.
N-Trouble 06/16/19 10:27am Toy Haulers
RE: Stabilizers

Both work well. Flip a coin.
N-Trouble 06/15/19 01:46pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: wheel stabilizer

I find them unnecessary if you use a good chassis stabilizer like Steadyfast or JT Strongarm. Been very happy with my Steadyfast stabilizer.
N-Trouble 06/15/19 01:42pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Durable TH?

You will need a trailer like that to load a Jeep in however they are not the best for “offroad” use as they typically sit much lower.
N-Trouble 06/09/19 08:20am Toy Haulers
RE: Dual Motor Landing Gear

I have the Bulldog and couldn't be happier with it. The old one motor system and our heavy toyhauler was awful, you basically had to chalk the legs to see if they were moving, and it sounded like it was about to fail. And then it did. The Bulldog system was relatively easy to install, our main issue was with the generator on one side making access to the leg on that side a bit of a pain. Be sure to check the distances between the leg stops on the trailer to make sure it will fit your trailer. They aren't cheap, but the alternative was to throw good money after bad. Due to the weight of our trailer we had to set the motor to high torque rather than high speed, so it's still not fast, but at least you can see it move. And super, super quiet...it never sounds like it's struggling in the least. And that's with our 15,000 lb. toyhauler. I recommend it highly as a replacement set of legs. So how did you deal with the leg next to the genny?
N-Trouble 06/05/19 08:52am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Dual Motor Landing Gear

Have heard good things about Bully. I also have a slow single motor and it sux with the Andersen. I want to upgrade but getting the leg changed out on the curb side looks to be a real PITA. Either have to pull the genny or find someone small enough to slide up and over the generator box.
N-Trouble 06/04/19 11:33pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Trailers, Trucks and Toy's Oh My...

Looks like you’ve got enough truck for the trailer and enough garage space for the X3 so good planning on your part If you get bit by the bug like I did, plan for another $8-10k you’ll likey dump into that X3. Lots of good knowledgeable folks over at Maverickforum.net when you get ready to buy.
N-Trouble 06/03/19 07:10pm Toy Haulers
RE: Durable TH?

I would think if you want to haul a Jeep you would need more of a modified car hauler with living quarters rather than a typical toyhauler trailer. Where I was kind of going. Dont know many ramp doors that will support a Jeep.
N-Trouble 06/03/19 06:03pm Toy Haulers
RE: 2015 GMC Sierra Denali-catastrophic fuel pump failure

There is a new upgrade on the market for Duramax that will let you change the CP4 pump to a CP3. The article was in Trailer Life magazine, one of the last two issues. Might be worth checking out if have to come out of pocket Not new... CP3 retro fit kits have been around for several years now.
N-Trouble 06/02/19 07:10pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Durable TH?

A Jeep??? Weight definately IS an issue. More details needed.
N-Trouble 06/02/19 07:01pm Toy Haulers
RE: Best onboard airbags for Duramax

Title should say What's the Best Airbag for my GM truck.... Why? because a "Duramax" is an engine, and an engine doens't need an airbag. Oh come on...
N-Trouble 05/28/19 08:51am Tow Vehicles
RE: Chevy DEF system failure

2012 with 110K mi. Had DEF tank/heater replaced under warranty around 60K mi. No problems since. Even with, you couldn’t get me back in a gasser for what I tow. There have been several periods of time over the years I have heard of the DEF tank/heater assembly being on backorder. Dont read too much into it. Enjoy the truck for what it is and be PROUD to drive that DMax. Thank GM for replacing. Some other brands arent so forthcoming on diesel warranty coverage.
N-Trouble 05/24/19 04:06pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 5th wheel or TT?

Came from a 21ft bumper pull TH to a 31ft 5er TH and would do it again in a heartbeat. If you have enough truck the 5er is the way to go IMO.
N-Trouble 05/24/19 03:48pm Towing
RE: Bucking with Anderson Ultimate 5th Wheel Connection

The tight tolerances of the Andersen ball/coupler can transmit more forces onto the TV. Adding a cushioned pinbox such as the MorRyde or Demco Glide Ride (currently using) will help absorbe some of those forces before they reach the hitch and TV
N-Trouble 05/19/19 09:30am Towing
RE: Best onboard airbags for Duramax

Air Lift or Firestone. Find whichever one is on sale.
N-Trouble 05/18/19 09:50am Tow Vehicles
RE: Whats Zapping my inverter

Mystery solved... Yes I agree 20A fuse is undersized. Believe it came with a 30A installed. Regardless, I want to get to the bottom of what on the trailer is pulling 20+A. Went through turning on each breaker individually and it was the 30A breaker going to the AC unit. The thermostat was set to “cool”. Interestimg that even without it trying to turn on its still pulling juice. Thermostat is set to 70* and trailer temp this morning was 60*
N-Trouble 05/09/19 09:35am Tech Issues
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