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RE: No gas to stove only

Got the new one installed today and everything is working correctly. Hopefully it lasts for as long as we have the trailer. Thanks for all the responses.
toytacoma8 06/04/23 11:49pm Tech Issues
RE: No gas to stove only

https://a.co/d/frDLD0F That's the link for the one I ordered. I was around 5 to 7k feet for most of my trip and when we noticed it not working we were back around 3k feet and are now at sea level at home. I should have the new one in a couple days to know if it works.
toytacoma8 05/30/23 06:22pm Tech Issues
RE: No gas to stove only

Pulled the hose off the regulator and gas flowed out of it. Disconnected the regulator from the stove and put it back on the hose and no gas came out. Looks like I found the culprit? 55 bucks on Amazon for this little guy. GRH60. LpG 10" WC
toytacoma8 05/29/23 10:24am Tech Issues
RE: No gas to stove only

I'll give that a try. It's bot in a slide out so I can't imagine the hose got pinched. We were on the way home from a 2 week road trip where it worked fine. Luckily it waited until the drive home to stop working
toytacoma8 05/28/23 08:49pm Tech Issues
No gas to stove only

I have a 2015 Jayco with an Atwood stove. One day it worked and the next day there was no gas to the stove top or oven. All other appliances work fine on gas. I see a regulator in the stove top under the top portion. Do these go bad? Any other obvious places to look before I start digging in? Thanks Andy
toytacoma8 05/28/23 12:23pm Tech Issues
RE: Shadow Cruiser 259bhs tounge weight

Yup that's the one. The other on one my list is the Sunset Trail 272bh. It's aa few inches longer but has a couple hundred pounds less tounge weight. The axles on the Cruiser seem pretty far back which probably contributes as well. I imagine it does make for a nice stable tow with the right truck though. Thanks Andh
toytacoma8 05/16/23 09:53am Travel Trailers
RE: Shadow Cruiser 259bhs tounge weight

Thanks for the replies. My current "23"ft trailer has a -600lb advertised tounge weight that's closer to 1000 when loaded. Truck still has extra payload when loaded for a trip. These were the weights other other day. Were in the middle of a 2 week trip. Truck front 3240 Rear 3380 Total 6640 Gvw 7050 Trailer 5720
toytacoma8 05/13/23 05:03pm Travel Trailers
Shadow Cruiser 259bhs tounge weight

I've been looking at 30ft bunkhouse models and liked this floor plan as it's about a foor shorter than most. The tounge weight is listed as 906lbs which is more than some of their longer and heavier models and kind of defeats the purpose of it being a shorter trailer. Anyone have experience with one of these or know how accurate the tounge weight ratings are? 30'11. 6048dry. 7906gross Using a 2018 max tow F150 with 1850lbs payload
toytacoma8 05/12/23 07:54am Travel Trailers
RE: Southern Utah with kids

Have always done the interstate through idaho and salt lake but have always wondered about going through Nevada...
toytacoma8 11/19/22 11:55pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Southern Utah with kids

Thanks for all the ideas. We are leaning toward taking 2 weeks in late May, and coming down I-15 and/or hwy 89. Was also thinking of stopping somewhere between Kanaab and Lake Powell and ultimately hitting Williams/Flagstaff for a few days for a visit to the Grand Canyon and the surrounding area.
toytacoma8 11/19/22 07:49pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Southern Utah with kids

We have 8 and 9 year old and plan on doing the grand canyon this spring coming from the north (washington). Would like to spend some time around St George, Zion, Dixie national forest area on the way down. Would like some ideas for kid friendly attractions and rv parks in southern Utah and Northern AZ. A mix of kid friendly rv parks and more primitive camping with views and hikes right out of the campspot Would be great. Have done Moab and Bryce before so will likely skip those this time. Pine Valley recreation area also looked pretty nice on the map. Towing a 24 ft trailer. Thanks!
toytacoma8 11/19/22 08:48am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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