What someone else made for me today
#11
Looks like they worked on the overhead cabinets and wiring today.

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#12
Take lots of pictures. They'll come in handy if you ever need/want to add or change something. eg. Backup lites or camera. I was rather disappointed to find that my 5th wheel didn't have backup lites. Then surprised when I found that most campers don't. The wire is in the 7 way connector, they just don't do anything with it.
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Its the company thats building it thats sending the pictures Vinny. A neat touch.
Back up lights would be nice. Never had them on a trailer. Will have to think about that.
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(02-07-2020, 01:17 PM)f350ca Wrote: Its the company thats building it thats sending the pictures Vinny. A neat touch.
Back up lights would be nice. Never had them on a trailer. Will have to think about that.

Now would be the time to contact them to request their installation.
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Missed that window of opportunity Stan, they're beyond easily running extra wire.

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#16
Nice looking camper. About how big is it. Trip to the artic this seems a little small. Price range? Have fun on your trip
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#17
I lived in campers for years - never had anything that nice. Seriously I have been wanting to get another camper and take off to visit a couple states I haven't seen but wife says no .
    Hope you have the best tires money can buy on that trailer , hate to ruin that pretty gel coat.
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Camper tire from a couple of years ago:

   

It was very old (1970's vintage) and blew out on the NYS thruway at about 70MPH.  Sounded like a shotgun going off.
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Touch wood I've never had a trailer tire go. Had a 30 foot fibreglass one, pulled it 10's of thousands of miles without a spare. This one comes with 8 ply tires and a spare. Will no doubt have a flat now. lol
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On a trailer tire, age is its worst enemy. When I bought the 5th wheel the tires looked to be in good shape but I planned on replacing them anyway since they were load range c. Turns out they were the originals from 2008.
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