Originally Posted by Wildcat Blue
I added a wired trailer hitch to tow my jet ski or use my bike rack (pics in previous posts).
The slide toppers are definitely insurance, especially camping where there is a lot of rain. Be sure to check your seals each time you extend your slides and also make sure that your Wildcat is never off level/slopping towards the seals. I only had one issue with rain/slides and it was a combination of a seal not being completely flush and I was slightly off level.
Will need to get the slide toppers. First trip this weekend and sure enough it rained and sure enough had water dripping inside from the front bedroom slide. I was a little off on being level so that might have been my problem.
I thought it was odd that short roof gutter downspout in the front drained on top of the slide when the slide was open. My second AC unit drains towards the slide side, so I used a pool noodle to extend my downspout beyond the edge of the slide.
Also found out about a couple of screws/nails sticking up from underneath through the bedroom carpet the hard way. Ouch!!