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General Q & A / QS 6.0 off road option
« Last post by Bcollins0822@gmail.com on Today at 05:40:03 PM »
Prior to the Jeep Extreme edition, LivinLite offered a mild off-road package. Can anyone provide details as to what was changed from the basic QS 6.0 (wheels/tires, fenders, suspension lift, stiffer suspension)? 

I want to make some mild off-road mods to mine but would like to understand what the original option package included. Thank you.
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For Sale / 2015 Quicksilver 6.0
« Last post by Firefighteremt on Today at 12:53:21 PM »
For Sale is a 2015 Livin Lite Quicksilver 6.0. We are the original owners and bought it brand new in Chattanooga,TN. This is a very well kept camper with awning,AC and blackout package on windows. Queen size bed with jackknife sofa. Only weighs 694 lbs! Only reason for selling is we now want a 10.0. Price is $5000 OBO. Located in Dalton,GA
Call or text for photos and questions

Blake (706)581-8747
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I replaced my 12” originals with Carlisle brand and they are doing great: even with lots of rough gravel roads. I think they are called “Radial Trail RH”.
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Just for reference my 2018 16TBS has a single 4400lb Dexter axle.

Interesting, and that's what I would expect mine should have been. What size tires? Mine are 205 /75 R14.

Thanks.............David 
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CampLite Travel Trailers / Re: Trailer Weight Limits - Contradictory Specifications
« Last post by ADR on July 20, 2019, 06:19:55 PM »
Just for reference my 2018 16TBS has a single 4400lb Dexter axle.
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CampLite Travel Trailers / Re: 2014 CL21-BHS coming apart at the seams!!!!!!!!!!!!
« Last post by jandi on July 19, 2019, 08:56:52 AM »
Mitch,
      Thank you-Thank you, that is exactly the issue with my trailer except mine has moved a bit more. I was afraid I was going to have to some repairs from the inside , but now I will look at doing exactly what this gentleman did . It looks like a much easier fix. Thanks again .
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CampLite Travel Trailers / Re: 2014 CL21-BHS coming apart at the seams!!!!!!!!!!!!
« Last post by Mitch on July 18, 2019, 08:20:25 PM »
Check this thread, it sound similar.  https://aluminumcamperforum.com/index.php?topic=1080.0
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CampLite Travel Trailers / 2014 CL21-BHS coming apart at the seams!!!!!!!!!!!!
« Last post by jandi on July 18, 2019, 04:38:13 PM »
HI all, I posted last fall about a slide out problem, my Schwintek slide mechanism had gone out of alignment from top to bottom. Three weeks ago brought trailer back from storage and started tearing things apart, a little difficult but doable. Finally got things realigned and back together and was very happy with myself until I went back inside to try the slide and noticed that the dinette was still leaning into the trailer, the far inside edge almost touching the floor ! I then took the deck and sides off the dinette only to find that the entire weight of the dinette was being held up by 2 #10 self tapping screws on each side which had pulled most of the way out.The only way I could think to reinforce it was to thru bolt the dinette frame to the alum. frame in the wall of the slide out. I thought I was done again, but no! I now noticed a separation between the wall and the base trim at the floor line, I can now move the bottom of the wall 1/2 -3/4 inch by hand. My assumption is that the base of the wall was secured the same way as the dinette with a few self tappers, which over time with the weight of the slide, have sheared off. I was curious if anyone else has had this problem or has any ideas on a solution. I have contacted KZ-RV but I'm not holding out much hope on that end. ANY ideas??????? THANKS :o
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Open Discussion Area / Re: How to dispose of?
« Last post by DavidM on July 18, 2019, 06:11:36 AM »
Well, I think that disposal items in a private bin are the same as in your garbage can that you put out on the street to get picked up. It all probably ends up at the same place. No liquids or hazardous materials like mercury containing batteries.

In our town in Connecticut it is fairly easy to take bulky items to the town transfer station. If you are a local resident just pick up a free id card at town hall and then take your load to the dump which is located a few miles from town.

David
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Open Discussion Area / How to dispose of?
« Last post by Gamerlite on July 18, 2019, 02:32:40 AM »
We have decided to change all the mattress in our home as well as in our RV. All of them have become dirty, and the former comfort of the mattress is gone. The foam has started coming out mainly because of my kids jumping and playing on that. Along with that, there are a lot of things in my home which has to be thrown out. I don't know where to dispose of all the things. Certainly, it can't be given to a second-hand store because most of the items are not in a usable condition. I have some old ceramic pots, china sets, broken furniture, and clothes to be thrown out. We don't have the time to dump that in a junkyard and have to take help from disposal services in Toronto. I have already contacted them to which they responded and have dropped off a disposal bin in our backyard. For those who have used disposal services out there, have they charged you more for having filled in on time? They didn't specify the items that I could throw in that. Are there things that I am not supposed to dispose of in a rental bin? Please give me your insights. Thank you.
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