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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camp Trailer

    Quote Originally Posted by lytle1gw View Post
    OTR its a standard feature on widebed models but not always used.
    Thanks a bunch , I'm very interested in this trailer and noticed the support legs in some pics but I couldn't find any literature if it was a standard or optional feature but now we know.

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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camp Trailer

    Had our camper out twice in last few weeks and even more pleased with it after a mod we did on the skirt. Now to get my legs in better shape for a whole lot more camping.
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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camp Trailer

    Ok Gary ... Don't keep us in suspense ... What is the mod you made? ... Got pictures?

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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camp Trailer

    Took the straps off that fasten to rack to hold down skirt. replaced with Velcro so it easier to fasten the skirt after flipping open the camper. Remember how we were holding the top and fastening the straps, now we just flip open and then push skirt under to fasten with Velcro. also eliminates a path for ants to crawl up. Plus it holds the skirt tighter. Was a simple mod. Not quite straight but Anita was putting them on while trailer was at camp setup. Oh well we're not quite right either.
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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camp Trailer

    Now that's a great idea ... ... Did you tell Sheila about your improvement? They may want to incorporate it in new R.H's ...

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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camp Trailer

    Quote Originally Posted by G wizz View Post
    Now that's a great idea ... ... Did you tell Sheila about your improvement? They may want to incorporate it in new R.H's ...
    Yep posted it on their forum for mods. I'm sure they can make it look better. After we did it we thought it might have worked better put it on the side of the top. But left it this way cause it tucks the skirt up under so seals better.

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    Re: Roll-A-Home Camp Trailer

    Just letting yall know we are having our annual end of year sale.
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