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Old 02-05-2011, 01:31 PM   #15
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or i could juar find a post in thethread i want, delete the quote and write it. lol!
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Old 02-05-2011, 01:36 PM   #16
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ohhh! now i know whay you guys mean. thanks for the pics matt they clarified a bit. thank you guys so much!!
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Old 02-05-2011, 06:29 PM   #17
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also what are the stickies
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Old 02-05-2011, 10:11 PM   #18
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what are the stickies
Molded fiberglass travel trailers have walls and roofs that are totally frame-less. The structural integrity is all in the molded body.
This is why we call them "eggs".

Conventionally built travel trailers are built just like a house. Frame up the walls and roof (usually with wood), cover the inside with plywood paneling and the outside with aluminum sheeting, crimped together and/or caulked at the seams.

1" x 2" wood framing found in most conventionally built trailers is also known as "Stick Built", which is why we call them "Stickies".
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Old 02-05-2011, 11:25 PM   #19
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alright. i think i got it. thanks!
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Old 02-05-2011, 11:35 PM   #20
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Molded fiberglass travel trailers have walls and roofs that are totally frame-less. The structural integrity is all in the molded body.
This is why we call them "eggs".

Conventionally built travel trailers are built just like a house. Frame up the walls and roof (usually with wood), cover the inside with plywood paneling and the outside with aluminum sheeting, crimped together and/or caulked at the seams.

1" x 2" wood framing found in most conventionally built trailers is also known as "Stick Built", which is why we call them "Stickies".
I think Jack means the sticky Threads, Frederick.

Jack, these are special, important notices that that the moderators have "pinned" to the top if the forums when you view them in a normal browser. To take up less space in the mobile app, they are on their own tab, instead. In the normal web view they're "stuck" to the top of the forum index, so we call 'em stickies.

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Old 02-06-2011, 12:04 AM   #21
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oh ok lol. youve been alot of help matt. so its kind of like threads that "stick" to the forums. that people cone back to alot
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Love the app, tell me, was it hard to create? I'm on another vBulletin-powered forum and it would be great if they had one; it is so much easier to post a photo from my iPad if I can upload it directly. (Well, I haven't actually tried it here yet but I will soon, I'll do a campground report.)
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I think Jack means the sticky Threads, Frederick.
Oops. Kind of explains the location of the question.

Stickie Trailers, Sticky Threads.

OK, I think I got it.
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Old 02-06-2011, 02:04 PM   #24
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how do i put a pic of my new trailer as like my avatar pic??
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Okay, tried the app, but I cannot upload photos. I get a message on the ipad saying "cannot allocate memory." I tried a smaller picture with no luck. Help!
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how do i put a pic of my new trailer as like my avatar pic??
The app is for browsing the forum and posting messages. It doesn't support all the features of the regular forum, (yet?) sorry.

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Love the app, tell me, was it hard to create? I'm on another vBulletin-powered forum and it would be great if they had one; it is so much easier to post a photo from my iPad if I can upload it directly. (Well, I haven't actually tried it here yet but I will soon, I'll do a campground report.)
I think the FGRV app is just a branded version of the Forum Runner Iphone OS App for VBulletin forums. I think there's some code you need to install on your Vbulletin server, but you can probably Google Forum Runner and learn all about that.

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Okay, tried the app, but I cannot upload photos. I get a message on the ipad saying "cannot allocate memory." I tried a smaller picture with no luck. Help!
I have never succeeded with anything bigger than a screenshot. I think that's the error you get if the photo is too large. Did it grind away for three or four minutes and then drop that error?
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