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    Quote Originally Posted by blubs View Post
    Ive always blown out then put in antifreeze. We also blew a tap a few years back based on just blowing out. For the price and time it takes to push antifreeze through the system its just not worth not doing.
    you must have been using too much pressure, you should only need 30psi... its also a good idea to pull off the screens before doing it so any crud also gets ejected

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    P traps yes. Just not through the lines.

    My unit is small though. My compressor has more than enough power to completely blow out the puny lines I have.
    you should only be feeding like 30psi to the lines anyway, any compressor can do that.
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    I find it's more about air volume than pressure. Yes you should use low pressures. Small compressors can't push enough volume and the tank empties really fast. A large tank or higher capacity compressor will help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
    I find it's more about air volume than pressure. Yes you should use low pressures. Small compressors can't push enough volume and the tank empties really fast. A large tank or higher capacity compressor will help.
    true, but its totally possible even with a small compressor, just gotta wait for it to charge up between taps
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    True story. I did it with a crappy 2 gallon compressor. Added a 5 gallon carry tank in series and found that helped a lot. Have a better compressor now, but still use the carry tank as extra storage when blowing out the trailer or the garden irrigation system.
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    Hey @ExtraSlow whats the story with those stairs? Those are a bit more trick than the traditional fold down ones!

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigcd View Post
    Hey @ExtraSlow whats the story with those stairs? Those are a bit more trick than the traditional fold down ones!
    they're aftermarket, a bit spendy but i have seen nothign but positive reviews.

    http://www.morryde.com/products/194-...ory%2F12-steps
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    Expect a stair review, after a big day in the cheap beer thread!

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    Or standard from certain manufacturers, like grand design.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent.ff View Post
    Picked up the Napoleon Travel Q at costco for $189 with travel bag. good price!

    https://www.napoleongrills.com/grill...an-orange-span
    I had one of these for the last 10 years great BBQ for the camper.

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    So the sealant on my roof is starting to crack and apparently I should use dicor sealant to repair. I was reading that it's not compatible with tpo roofs after 2012. My trailer is an 06. So it should be good to use? How many tubes of the stuff do I need? Probably have 20 or 30 linear feet to redo.

    Sounds like minimal prep and the new coat can go right on the old?
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