Originally Posted by Bud Ezekiel H.
Just out of curiosity…potpourri
Think I will keep this in the Berky playground. Our 38A has a connection for an air hose up in the front of the RV. Do you folks carry air hoses etc. and if you do, how often do you find yourself using it? Does the engine have to be running?
The 38A is only rated for a 5000 pound tow. Has anyone upgraded their towing capacity or can they be upgraded to a higher towing capacity?
Does your slide behind the driver seat behind stick out an inch plus? The service department told me that they dealer adjusted it “as much as they could.” The other slides are acceptable to me but not the gap I’m stuck with!
Co-pilots! Does it sound like you’re at a boat launch when you’re teaching your significant other how to drive? I’m dreading giving her the first lesson….today. Local streets and slow speeds till she gets the hang of using gas/brake pedals. Our streets are wide and quiet for the most part.
Two months ago I saw a pusher attempting to get on a flat bed trailer. (I-15) The trailer bed was raised about 8-10 ft in the air. Couldn’t believe what I seeing! The MH was fully on the trailer but it hadn’t come down. They make full length flatbed trailers now with hydraulic rams for raising or lowering???
My significant other wants to do a cross country trip next year. From what I’ve read one can’t just take their Berk back to the factory for a repair but instead must attend a FROG rally just to get their rigs fixed. My front step cover was damaged at the RV show and the dealer repair job was/is unacceptable to me. Does FR have a “go-to dealership” where owners can at least get some satisfaction for their money? We are booked out for this year and I have to live with the “it sucks repair job” for a freakin year!
I respond a tad slow but will. Thanks.
The slide on our 400QL stuck out further than I believe it should and they resolved it at the rally last year.
I carry a pump for inflating the tires.
I can't answer your other questions, though.