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RE: Support trailer build and story...ideas and the why

Thanks for that awesome trailer re do. I really do agree with you about the 16" tire vs the junk 15" ST tire. With 16's you now have many choices in the LT tire range from an array of excellent tire manufacturers. Good luck on your build and be safe out there.
bwc 05/12/20 05:35am Truck Campers
RE: Truck camper generator oil type/Built in or small portable.

Mobile One synthetic in my Honda 2000 X2 5W-30 Extended
bwc 04/20/20 06:21am Truck Campers
RE: Project B.I.G. Built-in Inverter Generator

Over the many years I have simply filled my gas tanks, added stabil and 6 months later my units always started. My Honda dealer advised not to run my engines dry as this can sometimes suck dirt into carb. I have often thought why camper manufacturers do not at least offer this type of gen set as an option. I would like to have the ability to start with remote than get out in the rain/wind to hook up our Honda 2000i. All the best in your project. You appear to have this under control. Be safe out there.
bwc 04/03/20 06:51am Truck Campers
RE: 1987? Bigfoot Fiberglass Camper project time!

Think I'd start with a newer longer bed pickup truck. You buggy is very marginal. OMG, can we have just one thread please where someone doesn’t bitsch about truck payload, length, center of gravity ? Exactly.
bwc 03/28/20 06:25am Truck Campers
RE: Good thing Ford TC haulers don’t use the tailgates ...

Do people actually use the daylight running light settings? One of my biggest pet peeves it the fact that most folks that use that setting don't realize that it only turns on the headlights on the majority of vehicles. So those folks drive around in the rain and at night with no lit tail or marker lights. Buzzcut...I couldn't agree more. If daytime running lights are for "safety", then simply have all the lights come on when you start your vehicle, end of story. Here where I live it really is a menace when driving in poor weather conditions morons are driving with no headlamps on thus no tail lights. I see them everyday going to work in the early hours, DRL's on only. The Feds didn't go far enough imho when they brought out this. It would sure make driving behind these vehicles safer. I agree with you 100%.
bwc 12/07/19 07:08am Truck Campers
RE: What percent of the time do you leave your TC on your truck?

Camper has been on the truck 100% of the time going back to when the camper was bought in 2010. It has never been off. I have other vehicles to use and another truck. Everything I own is parked in a garage ready to go and out of the weather. I hated loading and unloading when I only had the one truck. Works for us.
bwc 10/31/19 09:16am Truck Campers
RE: Recommendations for quiet portable generator

Certainly get the impression empathy (and tact) is not your strong suit. The reality is, everyone, including you, Kayteg1, will be unable to lift 65 lbs. at some point in their life. Kayteg's comment was pretty thoughtless and yet unsurprising. Annoying is looking like his most positive attribute... Fact is, no one size is the 'perfect' solution for everyone. We often carry a 1000, 2000 and 7000. How's that for something to debate about? Noise, longevity and ability to move are all important considerations. There are some good comments in this thread...and several dead horses. X2 big time!
bwc 10/23/19 02:42pm Truck Campers
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