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RE: What did you do to your Camper Today?

Drilled drain holes in my ladder
deltabravo 04/17/21 06:41am Truck Campers
RE: Eagle Cap quality control continues to disappoint

I’m not sure what you are expecting. I’m not familiar with your model, but heat typically isn’t vented into the cabover area because most people want the cabover area to be the coldest part of the TC. There are a few fixes. Look at his photos. The duct is dangling and not connected to the furnace.
deltabravo 04/17/21 06:38am Truck Campers
RE: How to remove tail light from 2020. Rock wood mini lite

Post a photo of the light se we can see what it looks like. There's dozens of various tail lights used y RV manufacturers
deltabravo 04/17/21 06:33am Travel Trailers
RE: Lithium battery alternator charging.

Place the dc to DC charger between the battery positive and the charge cable. Done! DITTO!. That's all there is too it.
deltabravo 04/15/21 09:39pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Lithium battery alternator charging.

I recently viewed a Victron video displaying how a continuous high amp charging rate can overheat your vehicle alternator. (smoke coming from alternator) Victron makes several DC to DC Chargers, buy one, install, problem solved. Orion Smart TR 12-12 30 which is code for 12 volt to 12 volt, 30 amp.
deltabravo 04/15/21 09:38pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Front bed dipping with camper help

will this be okay to drive? With as bad as it looks, I wouldn't even drive it that far empty.
deltabravo 04/15/21 09:27pm Truck Campers
RE: Suggest All season travel trailer for work

Arctic Fox/Nash definitely top choices. Get the factory storm windows. Northwood stopped offering storm windows many years ago. What you want is their thermal pane window option. All ORV models have thermal pane standard. Arctic Fox they might be standard as well. Unsure on Nash.
deltabravo 04/06/21 06:52am Travel Trailers
RE: Looking for a 2.5" receiver hitch

Ditto on the previous comments, spend the money and get a nice hitch.
deltabravo 04/03/21 10:11pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Towing up grades with "M" and 1 gears

Just put it into to drive and enable the "towing/haul" mode and forget about that "M" mode. No Bueno. By the time the computer/transmission decides to downshift as it loses speed on a grade, all bets are off for maintaining a decent speed. My rig is a different animal (Duramax / Allison). I run it in Manual mode and 5th most of the time. I watch my RPM and speed. I have driven the truck long enough that I know at what RPM (and corresponding speed) I need to down shift to the next lower gear, but that RPM isn't the same for each gear. I keep the RPMs in sweet spot and can maintain my speed relatively well, or lose very little. The point I'm making is that my "manual down shifts" are pre-emptive. The computer will shift too late, unless I put the hammer down on the skinny pedal and force it to shift earlier... but there goes my EGTs! My suggestion: Drive it and try things out, that's the only way "you" will get the feel for "your" vehicle. The internet, nor a dealer, can tell you what "gear you should be in" because there are far too many variables involved. When I'm towing heavy, I change up my shift points vs when I am towing light.
deltabravo 04/03/21 10:02pm Travel Trailers
RE: Suggest All season travel trailer for work

Brands I'm looking at Northwood Artic Fox/ Nash - my top choice so far Nash 17k with a generator is a nice compact model. I had one and used it a lot. Here's a video tour of it.
deltabravo 04/03/21 09:53pm Travel Trailers
RE: How get truck and TC with ample weight capacity

Do we have to worry about cog? Not really, as long as you have a long bed, and a camper meant for a long bed truck.
deltabravo 04/03/21 05:37pm Truck Campers
RE: Cord Storage and Clearance Light Sealing/Questions

Another option is to removing permanently connected power cable and install a power inlet jack that is sealed entirely. Then add the plug to your existing cable. That's what I did Here's how I did it. I now store my cord dongles and adapters in the cord storage hatch
deltabravo 04/02/21 08:12am Travel Trailers
RE: Cord Storage and Clearance Light Sealing/Questions

JB Weld has a material for doing wood repairs. I use it and it worked well. I think it would be perfect for this type of repair.
deltabravo 04/02/21 08:11am Travel Trailers
RE: tool for dicor removal

How many tubes did you guys buy to redo the vertical surfaces on your camper? I have 3 10oz on hand at the moment. Tubes of what?
deltabravo 03/26/21 10:37pm Truck Campers
RE: tool for dicor removal

Do you smooth out the sealant like you do in a house with a wet finger? Self leveling Dicor does not need touched with anything after you shoot it out of the calking gun. Here's a video showing it "self level"
deltabravo 03/26/21 10:36pm Truck Campers
RE: Bluetooth Thermostat Upgrade

I’d like to do this but my thermostat is the Airxcel manual thermostat. Does the Bluetooth model replace that as well? Yes. Prior to the Bluetooth upgrade, I did this analog to digital upgrade
deltabravo 03/21/21 07:06am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Generator hooked up efficiency ?

That size generator should run your roof A/C just fine.
deltabravo 03/21/21 06:52am Travel Trailers
RE: Bed matt for Truck Camper

Basic rubber bed mat works great Ditto. Bed mat from an auto parts store is what I'm using.
deltabravo 03/21/21 06:46am Truck Campers
RE: Generator hooked up efficiency ?

would it bog down the generator like vampire & run gen at high load all the time? Does the rv's inverter eat up electricity? THe speed of the generator is dictate by the amount of power you are using. If you have a lot of AC appliances on, then yes, the generator will run at a higher RPM, if it's an "inverter generator". The RV's inverter has no correlation to the generator. Did you mean the RV's Converter (which is a charger)?
deltabravo 03/17/21 09:28pm Travel Trailers
RE: Takata airbag recall

Just received notice from GM that my 2012 Chevy 2500 needs the "passenger" side airbag replaced as it may explode in an accident. I got the same letter last week for my 2009 3500HD.
deltabravo 03/14/21 07:30am Tow Vehicles
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