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Old 07-31-2015, 07:01 AM   #21
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rsdata, thank you for your help. I will make a checklist and then laminate it and keep handy for when I start to do this.

We have a pair of long sticks that sit on the hitch and ball with magnets to help line up. When one gets knocked down it should be right on. I haven't tried using the backup camera yet. Need to work on that.

Turns out I can lower and raise okay alone also with the fan method. So my short friend would just need to stand by and make sure the ends are tucked in, which they usually are with the fans going. Don't know how someone thought of that system but it is amazing how efficient it is.

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Old 07-31-2015, 09:43 AM   #22
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I also use the slide out rubber seal treatment spray on the bunk end seals. I'll use it every month or so during the summer, more often if we're camping a lot.
Recommend any particular rubber seal treatment spray?

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Recommend any particular rubber seal treatment spray?
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