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New Members / Re: 2014 quicksilver 8x30 toy hauler hitch ball
« on: November 27, 2019, 10:20:10 PM »
My 8.5'x22' used a 2 5/16" ball. That's what it will be unless someone changed it.

QuickSilver Toy Haulers / Re: No sound from speakers
« on: June 29, 2019, 10:58:41 PM »
The TV should have sound coming from it. If not, going into the menu settings and check to see if something is turned off. On mine TV sound only comes from TV, it doesn't go through the radio.
On the radio, mine has no buttons to turn speakers on or off. Only a standard car radio. Check to make sure balance and fade are in the middle and see if it works. If not, try a new speaker to see if that's the issue. They do go bad. Probably have to go to a boat dealer for outside ones, I think they are marine grade.

General Q & A / Re: Wall studs on 2017 VRV 7x20
« on: June 29, 2019, 10:51:01 PM »
Dan at livin lite had said to start measuring from the rear. It's 1.5"-3"(I'm not sure on this) wide in the rear and then goes to 16" centers going towards the front. At least on the older units this is what they are. If you have a fold down couch/bed, you can start there and figure them out.

Honestly, if I were you I'd look for an older used one. Most of the issues didn't start for a couple years after Thor bought them in 2013. I think anything prior to 2015 is your best bet. There are quite a few out there. I've had a couple older VRV's and a Camplite. I think the build quality of the older ones are pretty good compared to almost everything else on the market.

Upgrades and Modifications / Re: Bumper reinforcement question
« on: April 04, 2019, 08:58:49 PM »
No idea what you have for a tow vehicle, but if it's a van or truck, maybe a front hitch would be an option? 130 lbs? I definitely wouldn't do that.

Upgrades and Modifications / Re: Bumper reinforcement question
« on: April 03, 2019, 02:49:48 PM »
I have a Camplite where the bumper was strengthened for a bike rack. It still twisted it and cracked the aluminum by the welds. I found this design a while back at ATC's website. It seems like a better design to me. Just have a metal fab shop make one for you. Shouldn't cost too much.

CampLite Travel Trailers / Re: Removing Camplite tongue jack
« on: March 20, 2019, 09:06:49 AM »
I just replaced the jack on the 2013 16db that I have.  The bolts were threaded into the hitch coupler, there were no nuts. I'm guessing yours is the same? Just loosen them up and remove one only at first to double check.

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