Yes, I know i said I would only sell it if I was moving up to a 5th wheeler or decided to buy a piece of land and build a cabin on it...well I have my eye on some properties.
Yup, I totally love my ParkLiner
and have not been let down by it with my many offroad boondocking
camping adventures! I just had the bearings repacked, trailer brakes
replaced, and 2 new tires
put on last week and came back from a 500+ mile trip to Virginia with no problems at all.
Last year I replaced my fantastic fan with Airxcel | Maxxair | Maxxfan Deluxe (Manual Opening)
a much superior fan imho because of the louvers you can leave it open in the rain and the cabin stays dry inside. I had my fan open open all winter long and not any drips inside. I am very happy with its performance. I also added a 100 watt solar panel
and charge controller. It is properly secured to the roof with an appropriate marine Blue Sea's Cable Clam for a waterproof pass through for the 2 cables running from the solar panel
. The panel does a great job in moderate sunlight to keep the batteries topped off while I was running the heater at night and all the interior lights
I made the first tiled back splash, ParkLiner
after I sent them a photo of how nice mine came out they now offer it as an option. I have recovered my cushions and bought a futon that I use as a wrap around couch during the day and at night could open up to a queen sized bed. I still have the original cushions and the large dinette table top. I am not having any dinner parties and with the couch and side dinette I can sit 6 people inside easily and have at rainy events. There is a 12 volt plug near the galley and one above the side dinette.
Box mod has been completed with 2 new batteries. I have the original flexrider axle
offered on the original trailers. It is still at the factory setting and can easily be adjusted upwards in the future when it starts to sag(they all will eventually). I take mine offroading and I have zero rub spots even from potholes. It was only after ParkLiner switched to a cheaper axle
that those models started having tire rub issues.
Everything works great, no problems...the only 2 things i would consider replacing is a new porta pottie (it works but I would buy a new one if it was me) and the white plastic cover over the 2 propane
tanks...its a bit dirty and doesn't seem to scrub up as clean, and the little cover on the top of it that can be flipped open to open or close the valve on the propane
tank...well it mustn't have been tightened down and came off while towing. Doesn't effect its function...but would make the trailer look a bit nicer...but hey that is up to you...to replace both would be about a $100
20 lb Heavy Duty Propane Tank Cover - Polar White - Camco 40523 - Propane Bottle Covers - Camping World
Porta Potti Portable Toilets - 260B - Thetford 92859 - Portable Toilets - Camping World
Included is the BAL leveler, and a set of the yellow leggo block style blocks. Now I have the original awning
that I made for it. I love the way it looks, but was my first attempt at an awning
and its a bit "saggy" and doesn't do well in rain. I bought one of those Gander Mountain shelter's that Thom uses...well the first one had a rip in the cover got a replacement but was end of the season last year...set the new one up and taking it down the elastic piece in the fiberglass tubes came loose on one... so I need to call them..again. I also have a weight
distribution hitch that I used when I had my Rav4.
Any Questions, please feel free to ask.