My wife came up with this hanging organizer for our popup
and now these chair caddy's...
The above Star craft's and Coleman's would be best because they have larger frames, pickup tires & shocks. That said my Coleman Cedar that I lifted for offroad has giving me 5 seasons so far and more to go.
And I have taken it over rough roads like this and worse many times.
I was missing out on too many potential camping trips do too popup mods or mods to my jeep so I decided to get a bigger trailer
but had nothing to pull one with so I set a budget to spend and paid $8000 for the trailer a little to much and got a deal at $5500
for my 1999 Dodge Ram with a...
I'm posting this because photo bucket won't let you see my older post of these pics.
When we bought it.
Added adjustable rear awning.
New paint and lifted it & added a rear rack.
Added a double step, tire mount, added more lift and 15" tires.
You said you turned the thermostat up but you did not say you turned the thermostat on they do have a no/off switch on them on the top or bottom, you may have to lay on the floor if it is on the dinette seat and look at the bottom of the thermostat and it may be hard to move. I know this because...
With that size generator it may or may not run it depending on the size of your a/c, I would say it won't and you will need to add a hard start capacitor kit to the a/c and then start the a/c on blower fan only first and the switch to a/c after the genny takes the load. I have seen 2000 watt...
I second the reflectix panels for the windows and if not pugs at least emergency blankets turn reflective side up over the bunk ends. The reflectix and bunk end covers will also help in the cold weather, we have camped at 8000+ feet in august and had it snow over night and we still slept warm.
I had this problem with my 1993 Coleman Cedar and we added self inflating camp mattresses below the regular mattress and then added 2" memory foam, we remove the memory foam before closing it up and roll them up and store on the floor under the dinette and by the sink cabinet. This was way...