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RE: RV that makes it's own water!

only 330,000 dollars. what a deal.
gitpicker2009 07/25/22 09:37am Truck Campers
RE: Sealing my TC's EPDM Roof

There's a company here in Houston that will remove your old rubber EPDM roof and replace it with a spray on bedliner type product, which is nearly indestructible. When my roof gets old enough to need repairs, that's what I'm going to do. And their pricing was unbelievably LOW compared to doing another rubber roof. You should see if there are people in your area that offer that service.
gitpicker2009 07/23/22 01:46pm Truck Campers
RE: Generator exhaust bracket.

Thanks! I was just starting to work on that same problem. They're at O'Reilly's auto parts for 6 bucks.
gitpicker2009 05/06/22 10:00am Truck Campers
should I be using a stand when not in use

I have a 2012 Arctic Fox 1150, when I'm not using it, it's sits on the four powered jacks, about 1 foot off the ground. It is under a covered carport. Is it safe to store the unit on it's jack legs for long periods, or should I be using some sort of platform to take the load off the legs? Thanks
gitpicker2009 04/26/22 01:53pm Truck Campers
truck camper sitting in a wet truck bed

Just a maybe stupid question: My Arctic Fox 1150 sits on a rubber mat, maybe a half inch thick in the bed of my 4500 dually. The bed has an industrial finish bed liner, so it's virtually water tight. It does drain, but not always completely. Should I be worried about the truck camper bottom being slightly wet? I often wonder while driving through heavy rains also. I mean, it's not like it's sitting in 3 inches of water, but more about residual moisture and occasionally a maybe a 1/4 inch of water until it drains/dries. Thanks for any and all advice.
gitpicker2009 04/03/22 08:20am Truck Campers
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