When I picked up my trailer from the service department yesterday I arrived between two PDIs for new FR owners as well as seeing several other FR units being prep for pick up. All I could say is that my trailer was in good company on the lot.
Some 22 months later I finally learned how to program the power level on the microwave.
And reading the manual didn't help.
Ever since buying the Tundra I questioned should I be dropping 2 or 3 links on the HD bars. When Mike was hitching up he dropped the 2 links and hooked on the 3rd per my directions before pausing and saying it didn't look right. I confessed that earlier he had suggested dropping 3 links (leftover) but I started questioning it because of the loud noise when turning. He said that was "popping" and that it was normal. I think its too loud
to be normal but I'm going with it as suggested. This time I am at peace with his suggestion because he verified it yesterday when he questioned how it was sitting and behaving.
I dropped off the trailer at the storage place and backed it right in on the first attempt. I didn't even move the trailer forward an inche. I was happy that I didn't any helpers or a 1/2 tank of gas to park.
It also feels good to having my trailer back at the storage place again. I was starting to feel a little disconnect to it again.
Great choice for "Living within my means" and camping for one...
2011 Salem Cruise Lite 20RBXL & 2011 Toyota Tundra Dbl Cab
Camping History: 45 Trips / 133 Nights / 3736 Miles
FRF Social Group: Campers of the West