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RE: Wilford Brimley - RIP

He was great in “The Natural” and “Cocoon”. And eating oatmeal was the right thing to do! RIP Wilford
bigfootgrey 08/02/20 04:32pm Around the Campfire
RE: Bigfoot Customer Service - Above and Beyond

We have had the same experience when emailing Bigfoot. Grant responds every time no matter how insignificant a question may be. He is very experienced and provides great customer service. Agreeably rare! Glad you are enjoying your Bigfoot!
bigfootgrey 07/29/20 06:14am Truck Campers
RE: Airbags not working with overloads

I’ve been using upper Stable Loads with Firestone air bags for many years. Put just enough air in the bags so the Stable Loads are in contact with the over load springs. For my rig it’s about 20 lbs.
bigfootgrey 07/16/20 04:16am Truck Campers
RE: Rain water in my basement. 2003 Bigfoot 2500

https://i.imgur.com/U5V7vcxl.jpg Check the tang on the locks and make sure they’re tight so the inside of the door is snug to the gasket. Sometimes the screw loosens or you may have to bend the tang to adjust tightness. Water will collect in propane compartment because BF removes lower door gasket to allow propane to escape in the event of a leak. A strip of aluminum and gasket to bridge the gap will help stop water collecting.
bigfootgrey 07/08/20 04:21am Truck Campers
RE: 3M 5200 Marine Sealant et al

I used 3-M UV 4000 marine sealant on compartment doors and horizontal seam on our Bigfoot. I believe Bigfoot and Northern Lite use this product at the factory.
bigfootgrey 07/06/20 12:21pm Truck Campers
RE: Reddog1 "Wayne"

RIP Wayne
bigfootgrey 07/02/20 01:28pm Truck Campers
RE: Bigfoot carpeted ceilings -clean, remove, cover?

Mold and Mildew Stain Remover by Zep works well but it has a strong odor that takes a few days to dissipate after use
bigfootgrey 06/23/20 12:02pm Truck Campers
RE: Northern Lite 10-2 maiden voyage

Hi Jeff and congratulations on the NL! I use our dually as a daily driver as well. I installed upper stable loads,air bags and Rancho 9000 xl shocks when we first got the Bigfoot. I found the best unloaded ride without lowering tire pressure was to remove the rear upper stable loads, lower the air bag pressure to 5 lbs and set the rear shocks to #1 setting. When loaded the air bags are set to 20 lbs. We use a Weber Q grill. If you want to connect to your propane from the camper you will have to remove the regulator from the grill. You should definitely measure your camper height and write it down! Enjoy!
bigfootgrey 06/20/20 05:19am Truck Campers
RE: Weatherproofing 04 Bigfoot

A 3000 series Bigfoot is not a two piece shell like a 2500 or 1500 series. It has a Fibercore wall structure and a seamless rubber roof. I don’t believe Heng’s was used al all on the 3000 series from the factory.
bigfootgrey 06/16/20 04:03am Truck Campers
RE: Joined the club today.

Congrats on the Lance!! Looks in great shape
bigfootgrey 06/08/20 04:30pm Truck Campers
RE: Northern Lite 9-6 and Cassett Toilet???

NL offered cassette toilet as an option for the 8.11 and 10.2 in 2013. Not sure if it’s still offered. Best to contact them directly
bigfootgrey 06/01/20 06:59am Truck Campers
RE: 2020 Super duty front hitch

Bodiak made a nice tow hook mount front hitch years back but I think they are out of business now.
bigfootgrey 04/30/20 11:26am Truck Campers
RE: What's your favorite camp chair?

https://i.imgur.com/Mc739OKl.png GCI Outdoors directors chair folds flat About the size of a pizza box. Easy to store,sturdy, holds up to 250 lbs. We’ve had ours for 8 years with no problems. Fairly comfortable
bigfootgrey 04/26/20 05:26am Truck Campers
RE: Truck camper generator oil type/Built in or small portable.

Mobile One synthetic in my Honda 2000 X2
bigfootgrey 04/20/20 04:32am Truck Campers
RE: Torklift Talons

Talons are the way to go. After almost 9 years of cleaning rust off the steel Torklift tie downs,I installed Talons. It’s only been 2 years but no problems at all. The frame mounted assembly is stainless steel and the inserts are powder coated aluminum. Strong, lightweight and no rust. The steel tie downs got so bad it was almost impossible to install the inserts. Definitely worth it
bigfootgrey 04/09/20 01:50pm Truck Campers
RE: Bigfoot 25C10.6E door strut size

https://i.imgur.com/95dkgQ4l.jpg Our 10.4 has one strut at the top of the door. 12.5” pin to pin closed. 20” open. No markings on strut that I could see
bigfootgrey 04/02/20 11:45am Truck Campers
RE: Bigfoot 25C10.6E door strut size

Not sure about the length you need for your 10.6 door but I do know the strut pressure is 20 lbs. Bigfoot has cut back about 40 percent due to coronavirus. Grant usually responds quickly. You may have to wait to take the old one off to match the length to new
bigfootgrey 03/29/20 07:12am Truck Campers
RE: 1987? Bigfoot Fiberglass Camper project time!

Camper looks good for it’s age. Will be worth your work when done. The Bigfoot clock above the sink is priceless! Keep us updated on your progress
bigfootgrey 03/28/20 03:56am Truck Campers
RE: Cleaning NL (fiberglass) shell

Yeah Stay away from the Brillo pads! The gel coat will love you for it! If you have any stubborn stains, try the cleaner wax and some elbow grease.
bigfootgrey 03/25/20 03:18pm Truck Campers
RE: Cleaning NL (fiberglass) shell

https://i.imgur.com/1sZ3KY8l.jpg Wash with simple green then apply a quality marine wax like 3-M cleaner wax. Lots of work but lasts
bigfootgrey 03/25/20 02:21pm Truck Campers
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