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RE: Quick overnight

No the "OP" isn't gone, and I appreciate the input. This was our "maiden voyage" with our new trailer, the wife insisted we stay in a motel, what a waste of money but happy wife .... BTW we did make a quick overnite on the way back from Monterey where we spent 4 nights in a RV camp in Carmel Valley. We stayed overnight at Refugio Beach. Didn't unhook and slept with slide room in so we could get up and go early. Was kind of a rehearsal for next time we need a quick stop for sleep. Again, thank you for your responses, another question will be coming. Bill
b&rharmon 02/12/20 09:39am Travel Trailers
Quick overnight

Just for a quick overnight sleep, can we use rest areas where truckers park, no slide out just climb in the bedroom and sleep. We are in Forest River Evo, T2460RL. Going north on I-5 near Buttonwillow.
b&rharmon 02/04/20 09:25am Travel Trailers
RE: Weight Distribution Hitch

I have the manual, thank you all for your input. More questions to come, I guess I have to change my signature info, the F250 and tent trailer are gone, I sure miss that truck. Thanks again
b&rharmon 01/25/20 06:55pm Travel Trailers
RE: Weight Distribution Hitch

The trailer we have Evo T2460RL, (so far we think this floor plan is great); Hitch weight listed 750Lbs. and GVWR 7750. I guess I figured the GVWR to be the dry weight which would be increased by fluids, personal items, propane and batteries. Anyway I wanted to hitch to be more than adequate. "spring bars" which also control sway are specified as 800lbs. On turning at slow speed we hear popping, figured it to be the spring bars sliding in their cradles. definitely can see some wear in the cradle where they slide during turns. Thank you to all who took time to respond, there will be more appeals for advised in the near future. Bill
b&rharmon 01/25/20 08:45am Travel Trailers
Weight Distribution Hitch

We purchased a very slightly used trailer, Forest River Evo T2460RL. I am working on getting my head wrapped around all the differences from our previous experiences, you can see below what we were camping with. Currently our tow vehicle is 2016 F150 with tow package. One issue, weight distribution hitch. I purchased and installed Centerline TS hitch rated for 12,000 lbs. which is overkill for our trailer 7,800 dry weight, and installed per instructions. My question, is antisway bars are very noisy popping and squeaking with each turn, videos on u tube show this to be a quiet hitch. Height of brackets per instructions, truck lowered 1" front and back equally, bars are a little hard to put on even when raising the truck with trailer per instructions. Is this normal? Or do I have a problem with my installation? Thank you for your input.
b&rharmon 01/24/20 09:27am Travel Trailers
RE: Rear picture window model suggestions

Look to any model the has "RL" for rear living.
b&rharmon 01/20/20 10:52am Travel Trailers
RE: New Trailer Day!

Your plans and situation sound very familiar. We just took delivery of our new trailer, Forest River T2460RL, and sold our tent trailer listed in the signature. Also, we are preparing for Sept. 1st 2020, our planned last day of work in our current situation. We are planning to sell the house and move, maybe out of California, Arizona is one of our possibilities. In any case your post and plans and list of got to get done things sound very familiar. I was researching some of those issues when I read your post for Sept. and would be very interested in how things are turning out. Bill
b&rharmon 12/27/19 09:44am Travel Trailers
Quality versus Price

If anyone can give some direction I would appreciate some help. Among the Heartland travel trailer companies is there a rating of the best quality to the less quality (and probably lower price). The floor plan we like is called "RL" and we are looking for 25' to 28' length.
b&rharmon 10/27/19 10:46pm Travel Trailers
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