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Old 07-14-2015, 06:30 PM   #1
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We took our 335 out over the 4th of July for a 4 night trip at the KOA in Williamsburg VA. It rained a lot but it was still a great trip. We learned a couple of things;
1 the auto level system will lift the unit off the ground. We were in a site that sloped towards the back of the trailer and I didn't leave enough "slack" for the landing gear to lower the front enough. Managed to figure it out and get it fixed in the rain.
2 I have a Chevy 2500 with a 6 and 3/4, bed with no slide hitch and I don't see any scenario where I would need one. I had the trailer pretty close to 90degrees and had plenty of room to spare between the truck and nose of the trailer.

So far we have had no issues with the trailer, we are very happy. The only problem we have found is a pin hole in the awning that we will have taken care of at the end of the season.

We are heading out again this weekend and will find out if the one AC unit can keep up.

Hope everyone has a great summer.

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Old 07-14-2015, 09:30 PM   #2
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We too had to learn on the fly with the auto level. Once we are level side to side, we learned to lower the nose until the light blinks on the panel. Then hit auto level.

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