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  1. Thank you for bringing the errors to my attention. I have difficulty posting on an iPhone.
  2. Selling Due to Illness Turbo 6 120K miles (mostly highway) Not a Dually All Maintenance records Oil changed every 3K miles (7.5 recommended by Dodge) New top of the line Bridgestone tires Two Brand New Batteries $350 Tonneau Hard Cover Bed liner Back Up Camera Extra Hich on Front of Truck Professionally detailed at least once per year Located north metro atlanta email: rlassig@mindspring.com
  3. Price Reduction. 14,000 not as easy as I thought. ? Will email pictures if you wish.
  4. My apologies for posting this twice. I don't know how to delete one. Would a moderator kindly delete it for me. Thank you.
  5. For Sale Due to Illness 2016 Forest River Surveyor 201RBS $15,900 Dropping the price because as luck would have it I was walking around the trailer and spotted what I thought was a leaf at first, but it appears as though a small stick (or stone?) punctured the skin on the back end high up. I'm sure the drop in price will more than compensate for what it will cost to fix. I put duct tape over it to keep it dry should it rain. Used 5 times As shown in the URL below Added Awning Over Slide Out Back up Camera Equalizer Hitch Will include: Surge Guard 34830 Portable with LCD Display-30 Adapter 50 - 30 Spare surge protector 15X15 Easy UP screen room in case 9X12 patio mat used once with case All dishes/cutlery Vornado Vortex portable heater (2)(accurate thermostat-quiet) Fans Safety flares 10/15/20 rhino sewer hoses with all attachments Two 25 ft fresh water hoses power cord extension Extra power cord 50 Foot Electric Extension cord Trailer has black tank washer –( works like a charm – I loved it—after dumping gauge read zero!) Hose for back tank wash Heated mattress pad Chairs Tables (2) Extra fresh water hoses Tarps Jumper cables Almost new cordless drill for stabilizers Many more extras stored in truck (you get the idea. pull it out of my driveway and go camping) Please email: rlassig@mindspring.com Atlanta Just north of perimeter (I285) in Dunwoody You can see floor plan here https://www.rvtrader.com/listing/2016-Forest-River-Surveyor-201RBS-117818433
  6. That's a good idea I hadn't thought of.
  7. I've used (The Solution) http://www.thervsolution.com/products/solution.html on both my trailers. It was easy and did an excellent job. I then followed with McGuires and Protectall as needed. I use Protectall on my shower walls, sink, toilet too, and almost any hard surface and it keeps it clean as a whistle.
  8. 2016 201RBS Forest River Surveyor Tow with 2004 Dodge Ram 3500 Diesel
  9. I have a slide for the first time in a trailer. I bought some lubricant as I read the rubber seals should be lubricated every 6-8 weeks. I did the sides and the bottom underneath the slide. Is there someplace on top that I need to do it. Any other suggestion for routine maintenance that I should know? I'll have my RV place do it when they do the spring once over, but is there anything else I should be doing. Should I leave it out for a while every now and then or is it better kept shut? One other thing, should I use this lubricant on the other rubber seals on the trailer or is there another product? I have the one for slides, but I also bought a dry silicone lubricant. It doesn't say what to use it on. The trailer did not come with a topper awning so I had one installed. The dealer I bought it from said I didn't need one, but I just feel better about having it. Thank you, as always for any assistance/information you can provide.
  10. I bought a Kensun AC/DC Rapid Performance Portable Air Compressor Tire Inflator with Digital Display for Home (110V) and Car (12V) - 30 Litres/Min on sale and I'm very happy with it. I can set the amount of pressure I want and it shuts off automatically and is faster than the one I had. Thank you to all for suggestions.
  11. I hope it's appropriate to ask this question, here. I have a slide for the first time in a trailer. I bought some lubricant as I read the rubber seals should be lubricated every 6-8 weeks. I did the sides and the bottom underneath the slide. Is there someplace on top that I need to do it. Any other suggestion for routine maintenance that I should know? I'll have my RV place do it when they do the spring once over, but is there anything else I should be doing. Should I leave it out for a while every now and then or is it better kept shut? One other thing, should I use this lubricant on the other rubber seals on the trailer or is there another product? It did not come with a topper awning so I had one installed. The dealer I bought it from said I didn't need one, but I just feel better about having. Thank you, as always for any assistance/information you can provide.
  12. I have a Viar and a Kensung. They got the job done, but they were smoking. It may have been just running them too long. I have big truck tires and four trailer tires. I wish I could remember the name of the one I had with my other trailer. It was a black rectangular box, ran on dc power and as long as I ran it, it never overheated. I'd rather fill up at a gas station, but in the populated area I live in, it's generally very hard to maneuver into the space with the truck and trailer. Thank you, everyone, for your advice and suggestions. I bought the one I had for my last trailer at Ace Hardware. I think I'm going to take another look there.
  13. Any opinions as to the best 30 amp/12 volt portable air compressor under $175? I had one with my previous trailer. I can'5 rememberthe make and model. It was loud and took a while but I could do my truck and trailer all in one sitting. Unfortunately, It went with the trailer. I have two others, but on my recent trip to Colorado, one working on 30 amp the other on 12 volt, both started to smoke after a few moments. Thanks in advance for any input.
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