We were at a Escapade one time, everyone had generators going and there would be CO monitors going off from fumes of another rig nearby. One of the reasons of no generators after 10:00 pm. You don't want people sleeping with CO migrating into their rigs from generators nearby.
By no means do I understand all the dynamic but when I look at the connection to the frame it looks like a pivot that will (for lack of knowing a better term) twist the bolts holding the hitch to the angle.
The bolts would see less twist if the long horizontal pieces of angle was on the opposite side of the HSS from the frame bolts or there was a piece of angle on both side of the HSS at the connection (8 bolts instead of 4) to the frame.
Taking all of the advice I get here and putting it to use. Haven't found washer sprayer yet but did find new head lights and parking lights to replace the ones that have turned yellow on RV now. Was able to replace both head lights and both parking lights for a little over $100.00.Found out they were the same as used on a Ford Explorer. Who would of thunk. LOL. I'll be able to see at night now.
I had satellite installed just 3 months ago with Directv for fulltime traveling. My in motion antenna auto repositions as needed, but when settling down the the day, I often have to reboot the receiver to get any channels coming in. Is this normal?
I would just add that you should get a CO detector with a digital readout. That will give you lots more information than just one that beeps. I would also consider adding another so you have two in the class C.
Yes, I am a little paranoid when it come to CO. AND I even sleep with the windows open all year round!!!
A trailer is a very small space. Get a digital readout meter and watch it during the day as various appliances come on and off. You will learn a LOT.