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RE: Propane pigtails leaking

Mine leak just as noted by Old Biscuit. Only three years old. I used soap and water in a spray bottle to verify the leak location.
Vulcanmars 09/05/19 06:52pm Travel Trailers
RE: Uncle Frank gave me a 2006 32 ft Thor Wanderer

Don't worry about books. Repack those wheel bearings, adjust those brakes and go camping. Agree. Economy was not as good back then. I'll bet it's built better than my 2016.
Vulcanmars 07/10/19 05:21am Travel Trailers
RE: How are Power King tires?

I've acutally had good service with them on smaller trailers. (13-14 inch) They do not seem to do well on campers.
Vulcanmars 07/10/19 05:17am Travel Trailers
RE: Slide leaking

Get it fixed as soon as possible. Leaks are the death of campers. It will rot out the floor near the slide in no time.
Vulcanmars 06/17/19 07:09am Travel Trailers
RE: What brands of Travel Trailers are NEW & Quality

Like others I have been around campers most of my life. They are the worst when the economy is the good. Everyone is racing to produce as fast as possible. When the economy tanks, I'm pretty sure they hold onto the better workers and slow down.
Vulcanmars 05/10/19 08:24pm Travel Trailers
RE: New guy questions ( sorry )

The search box is your friend lots of info on here. To get the best feedback people need to know what you have? Water heater make, camper make/model/year. Assuming you have the most common stuff: Jack are 3/4, you may have a crank handle for it on board somewhere. Anode rods last 6 months to two years. Lots of variables. Change it when it's almost down to the steel rod. Yes, clean up the threads to keep it from seizing up in there. Use Teflon tape on the new one. Caps and gaskets can be had at any major hardware store. Many drain lines have shut off, caps are just to keep bugs/debris out. Some will need caps to seal the system. Don't crank them down, just a little more than hand tight should do it.
Vulcanmars 04/07/19 05:31pm Travel Trailers
RE: drain pipe to protect awning

Not my camper, but similar photos found online. http://www.forestriverforums.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=100045&thumb=1&d=1456066591 http://www.trailerlife.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/10MT-gutter-protector4b.jpg
Vulcanmars 03/02/19 07:52pm Travel Trailers
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