Second long trip with the 2514G
Completed trip from east coast to Zion, Bryce, and Rocky Mtn NP.
Yeah it was 114 deg but it is a DRY HEAT you know.
Zion was hot, Bryce was hotter, and Estes Park was great!
As with last year, the running gear performed well.
We now have about 11K on the original Westlake tires.
Somewhat disappointing that even the pop-ups use tire rating plus hitch weight to determine max load but what the hey.
We tow right about 70mph west of the Mississippi and trailer is solid.
Ripped off the red height gauge wire, again. I will have to re-attach with spacers, since our trailer has to go up a leeetle higher than the wire in order for the screen door to be able to be fitted in place.
I will need to investigate hesitation on dropping roof. It has always stopped with a few inches to spare, and pushes down ok, but it is 2X a few inches now.
Stove fell out of the flip galley, AGAIN, but this time broke all the high tech plastic stays, and scratched up the counter top. Home Depot run turned up a sink installation kit with metal, yes, METAL clips that seem as if they will stay in place. Swapped the bent #2 (ok maybe #4) screws for stainless set.
AC cooled well even in the excessive heat. We leave it off during the day when we are not there and fire it up when we get back.
Added a wheel to the replacement Atwood jack, since the original wheel did not fit the replacement jack from last year.
Found the water line drains under the sink, and even figured out how they work. Should make winterizing easier and no so messy this fall.
2016 Roo 21SS, 2016 F150
2015 Rockwood 2514G (pup), 2015 Fd Expl,
2003 Coleman Utah (pup), 2007 Fd Expl