BTW, yesterday I did was my liner and curtain cause the bottom was getting a touch moldy. Super easy. The washer did all the work. I don’t use the dryer, just hang up to dry. I toss a whitish towel in there a scrubby, add bleach.
We have a 2015 F450 Long bed. We tow a Landmark Charleston. Total weight is 18,000 lbs but our truck can easily tow much more. We jokingly say we could tow a medium third world country.
Whatever you get, do not trust the sales weasels at the dealership to tell you. Look it up for yourself.
We don’t boondock. In over 4.5 years, we’ve done it one day.
Having lived with the frameless that long, I wish to goodness we had large framed windows. This rig turns into an oven anytime it gets over 75 outside. Our next rig will have framed windows if at all possible.
We are still retiring heating pads on the tanks (running the wires). Also replacing the coroplast and fiberglass that came out when we had to get into the underbelly to replace hydraulic hoses.
We are replacing the coroplast not in one sheet but several so if one has to be removed, we don’t...
Yes, they are called stress cracks and all manufacturers are prone to the (at least those with slides). They can be fixed. If you are diy talented, there are YouTubes to help. Otherwise get them fixed by a technicians. We have had three and getting a fourth one fixed this fall.