(01-24-2019, 03:40 PM) dcollier32 Wrote: The time has come...
It was tight and tricky to get the tent open in the garage, but I managed....
One important element that I forgot about when putting all of this together. I forgot to install stabilizer jacks... That is my next purchase for sure.
Btw, you my be asking yourself, why am I opening the tent in the garage. Well, this thing reeks! It smells like a brand new rain coat. So I'm leaving it open in the garage for a while to let it air out some. Any suggestions on what I should do about stabilizer jacks that I don't have to mount on the trailer?
This is looking great, I am torn between semi gloss black or grey , but grey looks great on yours! Thanks for the heads up about the smell, I will arrange to have it sit inside our shop garage open for a day or 2 to let it breathe and out-gas. I will be trying out a different idea for my stabilizers, I will post about it on my thread if it eventually works out how I picture.
So how do you like the tent and what are your initial impressions? I read it is important to make sure the 2 base halves properly lock together , did you have any trouble lining them up? It is also recommended to use loctite on the threads of the screws, especially on the ladder. How does the mattress feel initially?