WELCOME, YOUV'E COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE FOR ALL THINGS
If you have the time and feel comfortable/confident in doing the
necesasary work, and if the tow vehicle is up to it, go for it. Better to spend
the bucks on the new toy!!!!
Start at the front, make sure the propane tanks are empty, inspect the hitch
Are there weight distribution bars and sway control, if not youv'e just spent
some of your savings. Your tires(radials) are already off, being mounted and
balanced on new, or carefully inspected wheels. Time to replace the brake
shoes, clean and inspect the drums, re-surface if needed, replace magnets if
necessary and inspect & re-pack wheel bearings, replace if in doubt.
While it's on jack stands, with the wheels off, time for some real FUN.
Plug er' in to the T.V., and start checking all the lights and brake power
supply, of course youv'e already got that brake controller installed.
These are all things your going to have to do before using the new rig.
We can all understand if this is more than you want to get involved with
125mi from home, some further tow shopping might be in order. (flatbed)
Then we have the FORUM....you will no doubt hear from some fellow
Michi-Streamr's who may be able to help out before the snow flies!!