Originally Posted by craftsman
Cheap paint is an understatement. My Henley is a year old and is rusting on every part. I took it apart today to sand and prepare it for new paint. Their corporate color is the Orange and it starts fading the day it's exposed to sun. Good hitch but one of the worse paint jobs that I've seen on something that's made to be exposed to weather. The company should be ashamed of themselves for such low quality work. You'll get a better job if you paint it before install.
This is how I did all the "black" parts before installation last fall.
The "Orange" will get it's two coats of automotive clear before re-installing
this Spring. And yes, it spent the Bflo. Winter inside the trlr. No since
As 2air mentioned hop on over to the HAHA user guide too see what others
Good luck, and start right away studying the owners manual it will really
help with the install.
"Sticks & stones can break your bones...and hail will dent your Airstream"
So when is this..."old enough to know better" supposed to kick in?