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RE: Suggest All season travel trailer for work

deltabravo just saw your video on your nash 17k. your upgrades are fantastic
bzboy 04/05/21 02:23pm Travel Trailers
RE: Suggest All season travel trailer for work

Several of you made the point about what to do with the camper when not in use and its freezing outside. Great point and something I never would have thought of. Thank you.
bzboy 04/05/21 02:16pm Travel Trailers
RE: Oil fill question

We got a Vista also. Walmart sell a screw on oil funnel. I believe its blue in color. Screw the funnel on and use 1 quart bottles and its crazy easy. Also suggest getting the fumoto oil valve for drain pain and some clear tubing to direct it into a oil pan.
bzboy 04/03/21 08:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Suggest All season travel trailer for work

Thank you wanderingaimlessly What about stuff like "heated holding tanks" or other winter stuff that they advertise? How low of temp are those good for?
bzboy 04/03/21 08:05pm Travel Trailers
Suggest All season travel trailer for work

Looking for all season travel trailer for work. Will be using it approximately once every two weeks for 1-2 consecutive nights. Gonna park it in a parking lot at work. More concerned about winter use vs summer use. Temps in Denver can get down to below freezing in the city. Requirements Mainly boondocking so generator is a must Needs to survive Colorado winters - snow and temps. Worried about pipes/tanks freezing. No longer than 17-25 feet range. Slide optional. Tow vehicle will be Toyota Tundra - 10k tow limit on paper but would like to keep it closer to 7-8k. Brands I'm looking at Northwood Artic Fox/ Nash - my top choice so far Lance - difficult to find one with a generator Forest River Alpha Wolf? - they advertise a "weather package" option Any info, suggestions would be much appreciated. Budget around $40k. Thank you in advance
bzboy 04/03/21 03:30pm Travel Trailers
RE: How long to bring slide in and drive off?

I did consider no slides but was planning on splitting the camper between work and some road trips with the family and we need the little extra space the slide gives.
bzboy 03/22/21 02:33pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: How long to bring slide in and drive off?

I will be on call for 4 different hospitals that I need to get to within 30 min of receiving the phone call hence the need to get up and drive off. No toad, no wheel chocks, nothing hooked externally. will do one quick walk around after the slide is in.
bzboy 03/22/21 01:45pm Class C Motorhomes
How long to bring slide in and drive off?

Looking at a small class c ie winnebago view/navion, tiffin wayfarer, or entegra qwest to use as place to sleep overnight while i'm working. question - how long to bring in the single wall side in and drive off? no external hookups. 10 minutes? 5 minutes? just trying to get an idea. thanks in advance
bzboy 03/22/21 01:06pm Class C Motorhomes
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