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RE: Newbie Towing Questions

I tow about 6000 lbs loaded trailer with 2016 F150 with Equalizer hitch. Just a baseline on my hitch set up. After arriving I have to raise the hitch with the tongue jack about 4" to get the bars to relax off the saddles. I have my OEM Ford brake controller set at 6. Good luck
treyster 06/10/20 02:48pm Travel Trailers
RE: Removing Atwood AC cover?

So I pulled the shroud off and found the problem. https://i.imgur.com/QtdPcGEl.jpg The gasket wasn't centered very well and was hanging into the cutout a bit. I ended up adding some marine sealant to get me out of this jam. Also was able to divert the AC drip on the roof away from the gasket by jamming my finger into the styrofoam and scratching it up. https://i.imgur.com/RMeLZyHl.jpg Here's the bungee strap, just hanging there unattached. https://i.imgur.com/4oyxqWVl.jpg
treyster 05/31/20 07:20am Travel Trailers
RE: Removing Atwood AC cover?

Love this AC, have the same one. Maybe the gasket? If the 4 big mounting bolts are loose they might just need a turn or two to compress the gasket more. I just swapped our Atwood onto our bigger trailer from our smaller one and the big bolts were not as tight as I thought they should be. I'll update this thread in a couple of days and ask some advice. Yes it's the gasket and I did add a half turn to the bolts. The AC drain holes drain right on the outer edge of the gasket. Water was running out the drain holes and running down the gasket then seeping into the interior. More updates coming
treyster 05/28/20 06:47am Travel Trailers
RE: Removing Atwood AC cover?

Remove the TWO return air filters There are SIX screws (3 each side) that secure the edges There are FOUR screws (one each corner of filter area that secure main portion of grill Then there is the 'bungee cord' that holds grill up to ceiling bracket See pgs 9 then 8 for removal Atwood Air Command A/C Unit Ah, the four screws. That's what I didn't see. Thanks! I'm chasing an Atwood AC interior drip that just started this morning out of nowhere. It's a drain issue but not clogged.
treyster 05/27/20 03:58pm Travel Trailers
Removing Atwood AC cover?

Anyone know how to pull this Atwood interior cover off without destroying it? https://i.imgur.com/YjaWNg4l.jpg
treyster 05/27/20 02:20pm Travel Trailers
RE: Advice from current owners on new purchase

We went to the RV show yesterday, only looking at non bunk house trailers. Just 2 of us lol. We loved the Heritage Glen 25RB HL. It was priced at $25K. Fit and finish was very good, maybe the show model https://i.imgur.com/7c9lrjMl.jpg
treyster 01/13/20 05:14pm Travel Trailers
RE: Which models have factory dog or wolf logo on camper?

This might save you a fortune. BTW-its not a giant dog, it's a dog sized camper https://i.imgur.com/QQpVUPAl.jpg
treyster 09/27/19 08:05am Travel Trailers
RE: Anode rod necessary ?

I bought one of those Anode rods with a petcock in it. Works reasonably well
treyster 09/07/19 09:19am Travel Trailers
RE: Front Trailer Hitch to move camper

https://i.imgur.com/wTlDgxfl.jpg I have a similar problem so I bought a Curt front hitch for my F150. I did my own mounting to the frame as the Curt system using the fish wire didn't seem very robust. I also bought a drop ball hitch, inverted it, and clearanced it for my license plate. I think I'm about 800 lbs tongue weight, you can see it collapses the suspension quite a bit
treyster 09/02/19 09:55am Travel Trailers
RE: Multiple Tire Blowouts

I think your GVWR minus your carrying capacity is your dry weight.
treyster 08/24/19 12:22pm Travel Trailers
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