Well the first haha trip is in the books. Started well and ended even
With the cargo doors of the Burb about a foot further away
we can now hook-up with them open. Using the Hitch'n Rods from
Camping World made it a back up 3 time experience.
Used a nearby vacant parking lot to get used to the different driving
techniques, and to take the four corner measurements for the wd bars.
Ended up at the center mark on the jack bar with three holes showing.
The Burb only needed a little over a one inch shift to the front axle on
a 50/50 split. With no wd we dropped from 36" to 34" measured at the
rear wheel wells. Tried several different settings on the drive home, but
the original seemed to be the most comfortable ride.
Used the NYS Thruway to Letchworth St. Park and the two lane country
roads on the way home. It was simply the BEST DAMN Stream ride I have
ever taken. It is just so nice to see that AS stay right behind the Burb.
Even on the exit ramps you'd look in the rv mirror and you still couldn't
see your rear clearance lights. Absolutely no sway at all, and the most
comfortable tv ride ever. Can't wait for the first "real" trip, 250mi just
Take a close look at my "one trip" main assembly. If thats powder
coat I'll eat your shirt, will need some attention over the winter for sure.
What do you all think an the wd bar deflection, looks a bit more than
two inches to me, but the ride was so good I always returned to that
Been Stream'n for 18 yrs, and I feel this has been THE
best Investment I have made, both for safety and comfort.
THE FRANTIC BANANA RIDES AGAIN