to wandering jarhead; aren't you glad you checked your brakes yourself, the next time will be easyer ! I'd like to know more about oil in the regulator, LP? and reefer not working, Thank you for your service !
Checked it at the storage facility after a wild week of single digits to below zero temperatures, 50mph winds, 6" of snow, and then today clear, sunny and mid-40s to melt it all! Took the opportunity to take some measurements and photos so that I can procure matching materials from FR and do some more custom mods when spring arrives!
Picked it up from the dealer on Saturday after some warranty work. Had to move my WD bar holders now that they gave me the correct hitch. The old hitch was a round bar and would have been fine until I started loading my toys into it. Now I have a trunnion style and have can load my trailer to the limit and still be fine.
Tow rig - 2006 F350 with some goodies
Trailer - 2014 T27FQDX
Toys - 2005 yfz450 with some goodies, 2005 rhino 660
Water drain. In the nice white control box on my 320RS I installed an extension to the drain at the bottom to let the water file out onto the ground instead of into belly. I had to trim the bottom hole to match it up with the above box outlet. The old hole was clear off to the rear side and it was hard to even get the hose up in the above box. I used a piece of rubber with a hose clamp for the extension. If the fresh water over flows on fill up I won't have to pull the belly shin off to dry it out.
I'm making a point to check the breakaway switch every time I connect the trailer (you have to turn a wheel to see if it is working). It has apparently not working since I brought the rig home.
Make sure your brake controller isn't connected when you test the break-away switch. Easiest way is to test using the camper battery before you plug in the Bargeman. Many brake controllers will be destroyed if you apply full back voltage via the break-away.
Moved it forward about 3' so the concrete contractor can get around the dirt piles waiting to be leveled and compacted. All this for a standard 2-car garage, but at least we will end up with a level, compacted pad for the MH.