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    New Members

    If anyone else has a small TT you could split the site costs. I've got a slightly longer NT28BRS but the Low rider 2 step entry version. Even beside shorter trailers length wise I'm always shorter height wise. Shade from a neighbour is never an issue in the summer heat. Sent from my...
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    Considering Prowler

    Prowler along with Wilderness, Pioneer and others were acquired by Heartland from Fleetwood Manufacturing. Not much listed in the online specs for the Prowler compared to what the Sundance says. Best to call or email customer service with your questions. Best of luck. Sent from my iPhone...
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    North Trail Toy Hauler

    First let me say that I am over the moon with my NT28BRS. But as things on life change so will my choice if RV. I plan to stay with a half ton truck and bumper pull trailer as the up front and continued operating costs are much lower then a diesel and 5er. But I would like the flexibility if a...
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    Landmark 365 - Toyhauler... Is there any interest?

    I think a configurable option list would make any man/woman happy. Different combinations of couches/cabinets or tool boxes would be appealing. Kind of the way some bunk house models come with a small dinette or couch for the kids. Even making it convertible with a slide would make a useable...
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    Bad antenna cable

    Did you try changing the F connector first. Often times in my experience it's been a simple poorly done termination.
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    Anyone ever rent out their trailer and how?

    Lots of them around my seasonal site too. They have about a dozen identical newly purchased units large enough for two families and then about a half dozen randomly purchased used units. Including an old Bounder MH they place behind me this year. They had a large event planned and gave letters...
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    "Hot skin" news story According to this story 20% of RV owners experience this at some point. The non contact volt tester is a good idea but it must always be tested on a known live source before trusting it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Sandusky OH to Niagara Falls, Canada

    There's lots of War of 1812 touristy stuff all along the Niagara Escarpment. DW is from Hamilton an hour or so up the QEW towards Toronto. Also, Niagara on the Lake is a nice visit and lots of winery tour in the area. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Aluminum Wheel Size?

    Mine too. 28BRS Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Campgrounds for Big Rigs

    There's a New York State park website that you register for and make reservations through. Pretty good maps and descriptions of services and amenities. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Box Springs

    Not sure it would work as there's usually stuff inside the box. On my current TT it's half storage and my previous one had the fresh water tank. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    SRT vs DRT vs Gas vs Deisel vs 5er vs Gooseneck for TransCanadian Highway & up to Alaska

    You can get the exhaust brake on SRWs. Not much drive line or price difference between a 250/2500 or a 350/3500. Stronger suspension etc gives more cargo (pinbox, passengers, etc.). There's plenty of diesel along the trans Canada highway as it's a major trucking route. Into Alaska you may want...
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    Rear Ramp Patio addition

    It totally depends on the dealer. Some aren't willing to factory order if they have something on the lot they can talk you into. That being said, if a dealer will factory order you should get a decent deal because it's a guaranteed sale with no carrying costs. Plus a potential downpayment. Win...
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    120v on 30 amp enough for running a/c?

    I like that but don't (DW) want it on the side of my subdivision house. Maybe next time round when I get some acreage. I already have the adapter in case I only have a choice between 50A and 15/20A. Came with my previous TT and I kept it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    120v on 30 amp enough for running a/c?

    That a great idea. My TT is only 30A right now but could be 50A in the future. Or I could have a guest needing that so I plan to install a 50A outlet with an adapter to 30A to meet my current requirement. The minimal extra cost to upgrade us cheaper then doing it twice. Sent from my iPhone...