I like that. I will probably not leave them on all the time if I mount them on the outside, so inside is a good option. What kind of bracket did you use?
I guess the only issue with them being inside is when they are covered in mud
Thanks for the video. I should have specified in my post that I have Smittybuilt boards and an not sure they will fit in the EE mount. I asked EE and they said they were not sure.
The GP mount seems to be more universal but still no 100% confirmation they will fit. I should have just bought...
I need to mount my traction boards to the camper, they are taking up too much space inside. I am thinking of the GP Factor mount on the passenger side gull wing door. Does anyone here have theirs mounted that way? Does anyone have a better suggestion?
i also need to get my shovel mounted...
more concerning from running a propane heater or piping the gas inside in general?
We only run the heater for about 30-45 min before going to sleep and we have a CO monitor, so low risk. But you are correct that we each have to define our level of risk.
We use 1” tanks for our Buddy heater. Before next winter I will have an adapter to run off the 11lb tank mounted to the truck and the hose will be piped inside for the heater and outside for the stove. My life is worth more than refilling tanks myself.
I have steel bumpers and an awning, fully fitted out with camping gear and two bikes I weigh in around 6900lbs. The allegedly HD 3” JKS coils are not sufficient for the weight so I have been running airbags. I have a set of HD Dobinsons coils in the garage now that should get installed at the...
Two are not needed to hold the camper up, just to keep it even. So if one goes, they other will be fine. If it is a big enough gust of wind to push the camper down, I am more concerned with trees falling on me.
Car crash vs a camper coming down is an apples to oranges comparison, but ok.