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RE: Anyone ever mounted a FoxWing batwing 270 to pop-up camper?

Hallmark used to offer the Fox Wing as an option on their popup campers, I don't know it they still do. But I've seen several photos of Hallmark's with them on the web. https://www.truckcampermagazine.com/expeditions/alaska/bruce-rife-from-alaska-to-denver-to-nepal/
ISBRAM 11/05/21 08:02am Truck Campers
RE: Potential Pop-Up TC.....Thoughts on a Hallmark Guanella?

Hallmark builds a really high quality popup but you really want one with the one piece fiberglass roof and the composite wall construction like they build them now. I think about 2010? Look at their web page to see what I'm talking about. They really hold their value, I sold our 2011 last spring for about 3k less than I paid for it new.
ISBRAM 10/27/21 09:24am Truck Campers
RE: ATWOOD WATER HEATER WON'T SHUT OFF

My last campers water heater didn't have a mixing valve and it shut off at around 120F. My Airstream's Attwood does have a mixing valve on the water heater outlet I think it runs up to around 180F before it shuts off. I'm told the idea is a 6 gallon water heater with a mixing valve that heats the water hotter will give you the equivalent supply of a much larger water heater.
ISBRAM 10/08/21 04:57pm Travel Trailers
RE: Porsche as a tow vehicle? Depends on the trailer . . .

"the trailer was a 2019 Heartland Wilderness. The smallest of these is the M-2375BH at 28’ 9”, weighing in at 5,644 pounds with a hitch weight of 690 pounds dry. These numbers are within spec for the Cayenne depending on how the tow vehicle itself was loaded and how the trailer was loaded." So he assumed the wrecked trailer actually was the smallest Wilderness model, took the trailer manufacturer's word about its weight, and then assumed that it wasn't loaded beyond the Porsche's rated capacity... I agree, the GVWR of that model is 6900lbs. if it and the Porsche were both loaded it was likely over its rating. Sometimes the tail wags the dog.
ISBRAM 08/22/21 03:15pm Travel Trailers
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