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RE: Beech Lane/Anderson levelers

I have used Anderson since purchasing my toy hauler new in 2017. I have heard of them cracking/breaking but I have never had a problem. Didn,t even have to trim athem to get them between the wheels. Never used levemate pro so can,t comment on them. I use a level on the front of the trailer, works for me.
cliffy49 05/23/23 09:38am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Used Nash TT 22H model, any good? What's it worth and...

Whether you upgraded the srings and tires or not, you can not legally raise the payload capacity of the vehicle. It may make you feel safer but you would still be illegal in the eyes of the DOT and/or lawyers if somaething were to happen.
cliffy49 05/14/23 11:51am Travel Trailers
RE: Used Nash TT 22H model, any good? What's it worth and...

Google is your friend. My personal opoinion is that the trailer is to much for your truck. You are limited to payload based on the yellow sticker on the door regardless of what you change. The GVWR of this trailer is 7000 lbs. which will give you a tongue weight of between 700 and 1050 lbs.
cliffy49 05/14/23 07:09am Travel Trailers
RE: 2019 coleman 264RL tire pressure?

I would think that you have duel 3500 lb. axles on your trailer. That being said I would hope that you have at least 20575/15 C load range tires on the unit. I had that size tire when I purchased my Trail Blazer and Coachmen called for the tires to be inflated to 50 psi. My Trail Blazer had a GVWR of 7900 lbs. which is just a little more than your Coleman. I would try to find a tire mfg. pressure guide and go from there. It would alshelp to have the rig weighed in order to cut down on the confusion.
cliffy49 05/02/23 06:49pm Travel Trailers
RE: Stiffer bars for Blue Ox hitch?

Unfortunatly, until the op comes back with which blue ox hitch he is using and a better explanation we wont know what the solution may be.
cliffy49 08/28/22 02:10pm Travel Trailers
RE: Stiffer bars for Blue Ox hitch?

Just got a new truck and noticed that when I hitched my travel trailer to it, the rear end squats a little as compared to the front of the truck. I have the Blue Ox hitch and typically I would adjust the chain length to give it more tension. However, doing so would cause the bar to hit the battery tray on the tongue of the camper in turns. Could I use stiffer load bars to provide the correct leveling which would allow the chains to be longer? Not real sure I am understanding this. How is it possible for the bars to hit the battery box. The bars are usually under the A-frame and the battery box is usually on top of and between the a-frame. Please post a picture of what you are referring to so that others may possibly answer your questions and get a better understanding of the issue.
cliffy49 08/28/22 11:00am Travel Trailers
RE: Stiffer bars for Blue Ox hitch?

Just an fyi. The head on the Blue Ox is not adjustable like the Equalizer hitch. Tension and weight transfer is determined by the chain.
cliffy49 08/28/22 10:47am Travel Trailers
RE: RV Campgrounds near Athens OH

The wife and I spent a weekend at the Carthage Gap campground last Oct. to watch the granddaughter in the Marching band. The cg was clean and quiet,may have been due to the fact that it was the second to last weekend they were open for the year. Really cant commnet on the ameneties as we were only at the cg for about and hour or two all weekend. May want to take a look at the website and drawe your own conclusions; If I remeber correctly we had to send them a check to hold the reservation.
cliffy49 06/23/22 10:44am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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