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The outside struts would be similar to what Aliner uses for Aliners with heavier roofs - such as when Dormers are included.
Never had to do it - I did encounter one person while in southern AZ who had a spring sticking out the side of his Aliner - he had not yet figured...
like my Miata - I leave it unlocked so bad folks don't have to cu thru the soft roof
that's a lot of tongue weight
My wife and I both found Acadia to be rather ho-hum. We were there just before the tourist season opened.
well, it depends - if you are retired you can wait for a trailer tire to be shipped, or drive to the nearest place that stocks one :-)
I just ordered a CLASSIC cover via Walmart. Lets see how long it lasts in sunny Oakland, CA
I found the ADCO website - there is nothing about popoup covers.
Thanks for the observation about lack of SW stations, guess my fancy Sony AM/FM/SW radio is not going to be used for much going forward.
think about it - you are towing a trailer - it can't go anywhere by itself. IF anything needs two spare tires - its the tow vehicle. Which I did...
15 hours of driving is too much for one day, the most Judy and I ever did was 13 (w/o a trailer).
I prefer all-white sides - so much easier for other drivers to see from any angle. Especially if the plan to merge into you or jump out of a side...
Aliners with metal skin would be a bit better for safety than Pups with fabric and ABS.
The lightning is two-step, first bolt goes from ground to sky, then main bolt descends the ionized air column. Rubber tires may add enough...
I would really like to see your plans or finished photos for the dinette conversion
and there is an official NPS Yellowstone App (at least for an iPhone)
Google "Spring over axle" conversion if you have leaf springs. and BTW - it was real easy do do (I took the axle and new perches to a local weld...
I installed extra LED tail-lights and added hazard tape on the rear edge of the Aliner rear roof frame.
I also use an after market TPMs or PUP road tires and the spare.
ran my Miata tires over 10 years - never worried about it. Mileage was low, so tires were not worn appreciably. Age alone was not a problem. Car...