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RE: Narrow Staple Gun

My Porter Cable air compressor stapler uses those. Do you happen to have a model number for your stapler? Those are the correct staples
Memphisdoug 06/04/20 07:57pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
Narrow Staple Gun

My trailer uses a lot of very narrow staples to hold things together. I have some repairs to do and would like to use the narrow staples too but I can't find a staple gun or staples as narrow as mine. I can find 1/4" staple guns but the staples used in my trailer are probably more like 1/8". Any idea where I might find a really narrow staple gun and staples?
Memphisdoug 06/04/20 12:32pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Question about removing black tank

Are you planning to remove the grey tank(s) also or do you plan to continue dumping them on a regular basis?
Memphisdoug 01/23/20 08:14pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Double Towing vs Toyhauler

I double towed for a couple of years with either my 2 place jet ski trailer in back or an open trailer hauling my Polaris Ranger. Both worked fine. My 5th wheel was a 29' Laredo and I towed with a 2001 Chevy 2500HD with an 8.1 in it. The setup worked and towed well but you have to remember it is very long. Gas stations can become an extra challenge. Parking lots for stops along the way can be a challenge. When you arrive at your campsite the 1st thing you have to do is figure out what to do with the back trailer. I would bring along a hand dolly purchased from Harbor Freight in order to be able to move around the back trailer. A lot of campsites won't have room for 2 trailers and a tow vehicle. The hitch on the back of my 5th wheel was custom made by a friend and very heavy duty. Did it all work - Yes. Was it a pain at times - Yes. Was it worth it to take my toys to some very fun places - Yes.
Memphisdoug 01/02/20 10:09pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Help and Advice on a badly placed 5th wheel

If you pulled the trailer backwards and then connected the truck what will you do next? If you are pulling out in the forward direction you will just end up where you started so why not start there to begin with? Or, once the truck is connected, are you going to back out somewhere?
Memphisdoug 11/07/19 10:53pm Fifth-Wheels
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