I wish we would have known about your upcoming event we would have adjusted our schedule and brought some ATC gear down.....next year!You were not all that far from from me. I read some RV'ers ,if the hoses are running through a compartment , put in a small electric heater to keep the pipes from freezing.
Couldn't you just run the water as a drip, like you would at home to prevent freezing pipes?
Very good, the air bags make a nice difference on the heavy truck IMO. Big swaybars are on my list still too.
There are times I wish I had a ginormous shop! Good luck tomorrowThis really has nothing to do with nothing, but I was all prepped to get started on these yesterday but the weather in the mountains is nuts this time of year. The day started out 60, sunny and no wind but by the time I got the camper on jackstands it rained, sleeted, snowed and the winds kicked in. Had to give up and wait till Sunday since the forecast says it'll be 60 and sunny. yep...
Not this time. I had that system in my truck/truck camper and then went to "self fill" system on my last truck and liked the simplicity of it.I love the Airlift kit in my Tundra. Make sure you cut those lines straight and clean otherwise you might have slow leaks or worse. Did you get the one with the dash control?