Originally Posted by Carmwes54
Welcome to the A frame world, and the Forum. All great suggestions here. I might add a roll of clear Gorilla Tape. Just in case....I've had issues with leaking windows.
+1 on this. In one year I had the large skylight replaced once, removed and resealed once. It is now cracked again and has also become unsealed again.
In an emergency, I used both painters tape and electrical tape, but heavy-duty tape is what is holding it now.
This product from Amazon:
3M Extreme Sealing Tape 4411N Translucent, 1 1/2 in x 5 yd
A cheap digital temperature and humidity gauge is also very helpful, since the humidity tends to get quite high inside, even from just overnight respiration. I have found the best way to dehumidify is to use the propane heater to raise the temperature to about 85 degrees, then switch on the A/C unit to cool down to 68 degrees. This is because the A/C is more efficient at removing moisture from warmer air.
Last thing: "Milk Crate" or similar containers are great for holding items in the front storage compartment. It keeps them from shifting around. I also use plastic sweater boxes as clothes storage under the dinette table.
This is my rig set up for the road:
Generator on the front tongue, motorcycle in a rear carrier. 90 camping days in the last 14 months!