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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:
  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 anot
  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
  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
  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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