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jgourlie 07-16-2015 09:54 AM

312QBUD Owners Thread
 
On other forums that I belong too there is often a thread dedicated to a particular item where you can find pictures, modifications, and ask "help" questions that other owners can answer for you.

I just purchsed my 312QBUD last month and I have noticed that there isn't a dedicated owners thread for my unit. I plan on owning my unit for 10 years at least, so this thread will be quite helpful for me going forward.


I am not opposed to any owners of the cousin units joining in also:
32BHDS
T3250
318BHS
305AIR
3150BHD
32BBS
32BIT
310BHS

I think that is all the Forest River Units that are the same/similar as the 312QBUD, please let me know if I have missed any?

So feel free to show us your RV, any mods you have done to make your trailer better, or ask a "help" question.

This thread will keep all the info in one place to make it easier to find and get help!!

jgourlie 07-30-2015 08:45 PM

Well I guess I will get things started....Here are a couple of pictures of my trailer as it sits now.

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-N...730_124303.jpg

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-y...730_125236.jpg

stomperz71 08-01-2015 12:12 AM

jgourlie, How does that Toyota Tundra pull that 312QBUD? I have the Salem Hemisphere model.

jgourlie 08-01-2015 11:57 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by stomperz71 (Post 941286)
jgourlie, How does that Toyota Tundra pull that 312QBUD? I have the Salem Hemisphere model.

It pulls it absolutely no problem.

I will admit that I thought it was too much trailer for the Tundra, but it does just fine. Albeit at 9mpg towing.

Hope that helps?

Koolcamper 08-01-2015 04:22 PM

Just wanted to say hello...what is your take on the myRv linc...I tried to look at it at the dealership...but the myRv remote wasn't shown

jgourlie 08-01-2015 04:29 PM

The lincpad is actually pretty cool. It has all your owners manuals tips and info built right into the software that doesn't require an Internet connection to access. When you do have WiFi access the linpad can be used like any other tablet for Internet surfing etc.

The only downside is the range. To use it for extending slides and stabilizers etc. I have been meaning to call Lipert to see if I can get the range boosted but I haven't yet.

Truth be told I was trying to crack into the hub myself via the IP address to see if I could mess around with things, but it seems to be really locked down.

Hope that helps?

Koolcamper 08-01-2015 04:36 PM

Well im trying to figure out why they remote tab at the bottom ( controls all the functions) doesn't show up..so I'm not sure if I have to program it or what lol

jgourlie 08-01-2015 04:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Koolcamper (Post 941807)
Well im trying to figure out why they remote tab at the bottom ( controls all the functions) doesn't show up..so I'm not sure if I have to program it or what lol

You do have to make sure you are connected to the linchub WiFi connection. The other reason you may not be able to see the myrv controls is because you are out of range of the linchub.

If you aren't connected to the linchub go into your WiFi settings and see if it is there. Once you see the linchub connect to it. If you are asked for a password or username that information is on the hub. The hub is located in the cabinet behind the status and button panel.

Once logged into the linchub network and if you are standing at the front door of the trailer you should see the myrv controls show up on the tablet.

Hope that helps,

stomperz71 08-01-2015 06:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jgourlie (Post 941575)
It pulls it absolutely no problem.

I will admit that I thought it was too much trailer for the Tundra, but it does just fine. Albeit at 9mpg towing.

Hope that helps?


I have pulled mine with my 3/4 ton Chevy 6.0 liter pickup and my Chevy 3/4 ton Suburban with a 454 and with both I knew it was back their. Plus I have a pin weight of 917 lbs, so I run around 30 psi in my air bags.

stomperz71 08-01-2015 06:22 PM

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Here a couple pics.


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