I own a 13ft camper trailer. The only brand identification on it is LARK on the back. It looks like an old Shasta. I did some research and learned that the Trotwood company manufactured trailers long before Shasta and that Shasta was a cheap copy of the Trotwood. I dont mean to insult Shasta owners, but I would like some information on my trailer. Anyone own a Trotwood Lark or know anything about them? Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Added by steve herring on November 29, 2014 at 12:27pm —
When I was a youngster, there was a running joke. Three things you dont do: sword fight with Zorro, pee in the wind, or mess with me! Well there is the three things you dont do with an RV. Dont let her leak. Dont forget to winterize. And dont runthe refer out of level. Get an appliance level. I like the small square one with the green fluid. Place this onthe freezer shelf. Half the volume of the bubble( 2/3 diameter) in the circle anytime the fridge is on and your stationary more than 1/2 hour.… Continue
Added by david craft on November 28, 2014 at 10:00pm —
Added by Glenn Wallin on November 26, 2014 at 7:00am —
Found this trailer for sale and am wondering if anyone knows what it is.... I'm guessing late 40's early 50's...I think at one time it had a single rear brake light
Added by Glenn Wallin on November 25, 2014 at 2:17pm —
This build and this approach isn't for everyone.
The base unit is a 1973 Winnebago Mini Winnie, power is supplied by a Dodge 360 engine.
The trials and tribulations are all here and encompass a couple of years of my life an ten thousand miles of travel across the USA. All the highs and lows are here as I prepare… Continue
Added by Bill Shockley on November 24, 2014 at 8:43pm —
I'm going to keep this simple as I can. I want to cover the round bar weight distribution hitch. The square bar are trickier to adjust ...you can google your instructions if you wish. I would like to say that the Hensley arrow and the Pullrite systems are the best. The main drawbacks to these are they extend so far past the bumper, its hard to get any good equalization out of them. The farther behind the bumper the ball mount is, the higher the load on the spring bars to get the weight… Continue
Added by david craft on November 24, 2014 at 2:36am —
Im looking to buy a 8 by 17.5 tire real hard to find in Canada any one has one let me know please
Added by chuck king on November 23, 2014 at 12:59pm —
I have a 1981 dodge motorhome the none of the upper yellow and red lights don't work I checked bulbs they are are ok any suggestions what it could be
Added by James and Yvonne Hoak on November 22, 2014 at 11:09am —
I'd like to discuss these 2 styles because almost all brake controllers fall into these 2 catagories. i'm purposely skipping the old fashioned hydraulic/electric controllers. They were very good, but dont do well with the newer tow vehicles. So lets break it down:
Timer style: these controls are timer based. you basically set 2 features; overall gain, and delay. When the brake is depressed far enough to activate the stop lights, the controller activates. You set the delay for the… Continue
Added by david craft on November 21, 2014 at 11:03pm —
I would like to find a link to a cataloging of older small camp trailers showing sufficient details and unique features that can help identify the manufacture, year, and unique features I did find an attempt by someone to put together something like this but it was incomplete with small photos and very little details.
Maybe with such a listing a cataloging of available information such as when and where manufactured, availability of parts, service manuals and schematics for… Continue
Added by Dwayne Burgess on November 20, 2014 at 12:31pm —
Added by carey masci on November 18, 2014 at 5:09pm —
Whether its a trailer or a motor home,,, Your tires are right up there in the safety factor. I have come across several RV'ers who go screaming down the highway 75 mph 80 mph etc..In the last 3 trips from Waco to Padre Island, I have come across 3 RV'ers,, 1 motorhome and 2 travel trailers will tire failures.The motor home driver said his tires were only 11 yrs old and looked *fine. He was also fighting the lug nuts due to them being rusted on, (he bent his cheater bar on one lug nut). Road… Continue
Added by Lakota Wolf on November 18, 2014 at 2:27pm —
Should the wheels be resting on wooden boards over the winter? The trailer I have has double axle, single wheels and is now resting on the dirt/mud in a space on my property. Also, should a large plastic/vinyl covering, like they sell at Job Lot, be put over the roof for the winter?
Added by Bill Bailey on November 17, 2014 at 4:52pm —
I did a search and did not find anything on this subject. I thought it would be good to share some ideas and tips, and open the topic for discussion. I am a fan of the new PEX waterline. Its supposed to be good to 50 degrees below and I have yet to see a failure. Though I would still winterize it. I personally like "flair-it" fittings. They need no special tools and are trouble free from my experience. There are o-ring style fittings available too but ive had issues with these in the past. I… Continue
Added by david craft on November 17, 2014 at 1:33am —
It is a 1978 dodge sportman Continue
Added by calvin cockrell on November 10, 2014 at 8:50am —
Have power when i turn key but starter wont turn wire from battery is good put new ignition relay in and ignition switch in but still nothing
Added by calvin cockrell on November 10, 2014 at 8:30am —
In our quest to find a motorhome under $20,000 there always seems to be something seriously wrong with it. We checked out a 1999 fleetwood flair with no leaks or delam.In mint condition on the surface but when they turned on the AC it was obvious they had mice. Insulation in tiny pieces came raining down. My first impression was NO GO because of the damage you can't see...is it worth a second look since all rv get mice sometimes?
Added by Bonnie Geddes on November 4, 2014 at 4:28pm —