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Old 08-30-2012, 07:39 PM   #11
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The rest of the equipment you need for camping will be up to you really, and that is part of the fun starting out. You'll have your D'OH! moments when you realized I should have brought.....
And D'OH! What did I buy that for?

Have fun...
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Old 09-01-2012, 01:13 AM   #12
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Tonight was the first night at the campground. Well, at least the wife and my little one get to try it out. I had to work unfortunately.

The trailer pulled well. I can definitely feel the weight now on my truck, and I am going to invest in air bags before next year's camping season...... probably some engine mods as well.

We spent the last few days getting what I thought was everything we needed. I now have a whole other list of things to get and add into the trailer gear. I am thankful to report though, we have no major issues. My right rear jack is having some issues engaging however. I am going to have it fixed under warranty this fall when we get it winterized. I did lube alot of the locks and hinges, and even lubed the slide mechanism, which helped immensely with the performance.

Other than that, I am very happy with the trailer. So far, I have 4 more trips planned before mid-November. Take care y'all!
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