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RE: New Awning cover ?

If your talking about awning material, Tuff Tops. Great product, great service, much higher quality material than the factory material. If your talking about slide out covers, same answer I'll second Tough Top Awnings. Their products are excellent.
djsamuel 09/03/22 05:06am Travel Trailers
RE: Schwintech slide system

Our Camplite 21BHS is 9 years old and has the Schwintek system. We've never had a problem over those 9 years and counting. As others have stated, it works great for smaller slides (like our camper) and problems arise when misapplied to large heavy slides.
djsamuel 08/26/22 05:32pm Travel Trailers
RE: Slide out question

These may help: Resynchronizing Swintek Slides Retiming Schwintek Slide Its not schwintek! Since the Schwintek system was purchased and now sold by Lippert and it is a geared system with teeth, it seemed like it was. Nope, if you read my posts above mine is through the frame. Schwintek is in the wall. They aren't the same. Thanks for trying. Now I see what I missed. Sorry about that! :D
djsamuel 08/01/22 06:46pm Travel Trailers
RE: Slide out question

These may help: Resynchronizing Swintek Slides Retiming Schwintek Slide Its not schwintek! Since the Schwintek system was purchased and now sold by Lippert and it is a geared system with teeth, it seemed like it was.
djsamuel 07/31/22 01:54pm Travel Trailers
RE: Slide out question

These may help: Resynchronizing Swintek Slides Retiming Schwintek Slide
djsamuel 07/30/22 03:45pm Travel Trailers
RE: Trailer Brakes

Resurrecting this thread. As I have been tied up looking after my grand-daughter, have been unable to work on the trailer until today. With old 7 pin cable and new one which I replaced today, the lights etc work, but none of the brakes operate (tandem axle). I hooked up a brand new battery and pulled the breakaway switch. The brakes did not activate at any wheel. I have checked the wiring at the front of the trailer and was only able to go under the trailer and do a visual on the brake wiring to all wheels, and everything looked OK (I know this is not definitive). So, if the brakes are wired in parallel, which it appears they are, and if all brakes are inoperative, does this mean the issue is in the main cable somewhere prior to the first wheel connection? Just trying to get some advice on exactly where I should concentrate on looking. Unfortunately, I am still doing babysitting duties so my time is limited to work on this. And the best part,I only have until this next weekend to figure this out. Thanks in advance for any help, Marv Not trying to state the obvious, but you don't have a separate battery for the breakaway system do you? My trailer had that and when I tested the breakaway switch it didn't work, which is how I discovered the separate battery (which was dead). I've since wired the system to the house battery. Just trying to help you avoid a mistake I made. :)
djsamuel 06/11/22 01:28pm Tech Issues
RE: New River Gorge NP

We are just finishing up a visit to the newest national park, in West Virginia, and it is interesting. The small town of Fayetteville is charming with some nice eateries. There are several outfitters in the area, for whitewater and hiking/climbing. We found a great campground, Rifrafter’s in Fayetteville, that is small, clean, quiet, affordable and can accommodate anything from a tent to class A motor home. Stayed at RifRafters a couple of weeks ago. We really enjoyed that campground, nice small and quiet. The owners are very friendly. They do strictly enforce their $10 per hour early check in fee. I asked tham about it and they said they had to because people kept coming earlier and earlier and they needed time to check and clean the sites before new campers came in. The National park was really nice but we didn't have enough time to explore the entire park. We went to the Canyon Rim Visitor Center, looked at the bridge and the views there, then drove the Fayette Station Road (excellent) and stopped to hike the Kaymoor Trail. We would have loved to explore the other visitor centers and visit Thurmond but we were finshing a 4 week trip from Florida up to Massachusetts and return.
djsamuel 06/11/22 01:14pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Parking permits in the GSMNP

Would fee-based parking permits include those people who have lifetime senior citizens or "golden" passes provided by federal parks across the US? According to the FAQ list from the park, the passes like the golden passes will not cover the parking fee. Everyone will have to pay.
djsamuel 04/15/22 04:25pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: RV Queen mattress

Another option is to get a thick memory foam topper and place it on top of your existing mattress. Makes a world of difference and also a lot cheaper. That made a big difference for us.
djsamuel 03/13/22 10:10am Travel Trailers
RE: commercial campground near Arches National Park

We stayed at Spanish Trail RV Park last May. https://spanishtrailrvpark.com/ We would go back there I'll second this. We really enjoyed Spanish Trail.
djsamuel 01/10/22 02:51pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: replacement camera for Garmem 760

This may work: BC-20 Camera Link
djsamuel 11/02/21 12:06pm Tech Issues
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