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Old 06-13-2014, 04:31 PM   #1
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First Trip out in the FBRS Microlite

We are headed out in our new 21 ft FBRS for the weekend! Staying close to home to get acquainted! Happy Camping everyone
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Old 06-13-2014, 06:54 PM   #2
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Have fun. We are doing the same with ours.
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Old 06-13-2014, 08:05 PM   #3
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Have fun on your maiden voyages! We love to see some pictures if you care to share. Please do keep us updated.

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Old 06-13-2014, 08:49 PM   #5
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Finally set up! We had a issue with our water. We couldn't get it to pump any water out but finally figured it out after calling the place we bought it at😜
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First Trip out in the FBRS Microlite

Okay I see you have you RVQ ready to flame up the side of your new camper. You may want to place that on a picnic table to keep the heat away from your investment. Another issue is to keep everything from hanging on the nice aluminum strip along the side of your TT. It's not a strong support. It will take loosing your balance and poof...you have separated it from your TT. I leave it alone!
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Old 06-13-2014, 08:58 PM   #7
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It's the grill that came with the camper and the gas line is attached to the camper. Should we not use it? The table is the one that came with the camper too:/. Has anyone else had a problem with this?
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Mine is still sealed in the box it came in. Picked up a Weber Q1000. Works great. We just don't like the heat so close to the TT.
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Okay I see you have you RVQ ready to flame up the side of your new camper. You may want to place that on a picnic table to keep the heat away from your investment. Another issue is to keep everything from hanging on the nice aluminum strip along the side of your TT. It's not a strong support. It will take loosing your balance and poof...you have separated it from your TT. I leave it alone!
Been using mine for 9 years on the side of the camper and never an issue. Flames smoke heat or otherwise.

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That's great Turbs but I don't have that kinda luck. Got less than 500 miles on the new TT and have to replace the axles. Guess they failed in the six months since I bought it. The RVQ would likely not burn down my TT but the entire CG.
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