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Old 06-08-2015, 10:22 AM   #31
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does that mean you have to pull off the underbelly skirt? Nothing is protruding out the bottom on mine.
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Old 06-08-2015, 10:29 AM   #32
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Thanks for the reply funny thing I just got the call that it was in LOL so asking you guys must of helped so funny, so how do you like your campers,first time traveler trailer owner so any tips would be greatly appreciated, what to buy etc, thanks
When you're at the site and ready to extend the slide after leveling, squeeze in the kitchen and make sure the pantry doors next to the fridge are closed. These doors are notorious for poping open during travel, and if you open the slide with these doors ajar they get ripped off - literally. It's happened to more than one on this forum (thankfully it wasn't us, we read the posts!). Check the cabintet doors under the TV too.
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No, you do not have to pull the bottom off, look near the bottom on the water heater side, near the frame of the camper. Mine were hard to find, but they were there. Red and Blue lines just a few inches sticking out of the sealed bottom, with caps on them.
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Buy another door lock for your door, it is just a matter of time before it breaks, and buy an extra one for a spare. I was told by a lock smith and camper world there is not a brass or stainless one made.
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Old 06-08-2015, 11:28 AM   #35
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No, you do not have to pull the bottom off, look near the bottom on the water heater side, near the frame of the camper. Mine were hard to find, but they were there. Red and Blue lines just a few inches sticking out of the sealed bottom, with caps on them.
Thanks Eddy, I take a look.
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Right above the sewer
Outlet.
So you guys are saying these are low point drains?


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Old 06-08-2015, 11:47 AM   #37
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thanks for the pics Tim. I've never crawled under to take a look.
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No problem.
Also these are for the fresh water tank and a vent pipe for the fresh water tank.

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Old 06-08-2015, 12:36 PM   #39
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Yes, I know about those, I just never crawled under the trailer and looked by the water heater.
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For those of you who mentioned the short bed, I saw a video (which I now cannot find) that showed where someone had gotten a piece of foam cut that was as wide as the bed, as deep as the bed and about 6-8 inches long. They scooted their mattress back and put the piece of foam at the head of the bed. The pillows go over that spot and it lengthens the bed. Then just pull it up and scoot the mattress back in if pulling in the slide or during the day if more room was needed to move around the foot of the bed.

If I can ever find the video, I'll post it on another blog but thought it was a good tip for extending the length of a bed without much expense or big alterations.
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