Only pics I have for now. It was getting dark
Can two people sleep in there and how much does it weigh unloaded?
We got less snow than you :rofl: But don’t worry, we’ll make up for it soon :mecry: Your snowstorm actually made the local news here....College Station area got clobbered :surprise How did the GX do?
I was curious about the weight to know if my SXS could pull it. 1200lbs no sweat.I’ll have to look but loaded with propane and ready to roll is around 1200lbs. Has electric brakes as well. The interior dimensions are the equivalent of a king size bed so two will sleep comfortably. They sell a 5’ wide model which the same as a queen and a XL, which we bought, that is 6’ interior.
Looks familiar...:mecry: Probably just need some new heims and all good. I’ve started removing mine for the winter.
G'Day Mate,Spring has sprung and I was long overdue for some undercarriage maintenance. Spent the day wore brushing, painting, fluid film treatments and needed to give the discos some love!
After almost 3 years, they are in need of a refresh/ rebuild. This winter was a little tough on them and I didn’t keep up with maintenance so I’m having difficulty getting them to accept grease and tighten up. I’m going to temporarily remove and do some much needed R&R. @Bazros, they’ve held up well to our crappy NE winters.
They look a bit stinky ...:lol:
I'd replace the heims for sure...they done their job...
I source my heims n bits from the UK, McGill Motorsports....
You might find suitable metric parts locally if you look hard enough.
I'm also changing over to a finer pitch thread, using Yoda [email protected] 1.25 rather than the courser 1.75, in the hope / expectation, that it will improve the hold and not back out so easily..... and using 1/2 nuts ..as the double nut method.
I am hoping this will stop the shredding of boots...:lol:,
G'Day Mate,Awesome! Thank you. I searched and searched last time when we were having issues with thread purchase with little luck. Once I went to the “1/2” nut all has been good and they’ve never worked loose again. I didn’t even need to double-nut once I was able to get a decent bite. They’ve been great but just don’t trust them in their current state. Will definitely rebuild them as they are great for on the trail.