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Fiberglass is the second most common RV roof material. It`s not nearly as common as rubber RV roofs but you`ll see it a lot more than aluminum. It`s usually found on pop-up camper roofs and any kind of camper that has a fiberglass shell.
One great tool to get your camper level is a BAL leveler. It works to get your single axle or pop-up trailer level in just minutes by being placed around your tire on the low side of the trailer. Use the ratchet to lift the low side–and you are done!
The exterior measures approximately 11.5 feet long (folded) and 7 feet wide. Its ceiling height of 6 feet 5 inches is sufficient for most adults. When opened, the trailer is 17 feet long.
Polypropylene fabric is the most common material used for outdoor covers, as it is rip-resistant and waterproof. It also breathes, allowing moisture to evaporate right away, which means that mold or mildew has no chance to grow, keeping you and your vehicle healthy and safe.
Elevating or pop-up roof

With a pop-up, the roof stays down when driving and is put up when you reach your destination.

The roof of an RV trailer typically has a thickness ranging from 1 to 3 inches, depending on the construction and materials used. Most RV trailers have roofs made of lightweight materials like aluminum or fiberglass. These materials are chosen for their durability, flexibility, and ability to withstand the elements.
The Travel Star travel trailer ranges from 26 to 34 feet in length and offers spacious seven-foot ceiling heights in all of its seven models. Sleeping capacities range from three to 10 people in the Travel Star travel trailer.
Per the Nada website, the original weight came in at just under 1300 lbs.
Well, as well as being very fun to say (“pop top camper”) a pop-top is a Campervan with a roof that can be raised for extra headroom height and provides an additional bed – called the elevating bed!
In short, aluminum and fiberglass roofs are hard. Fiberglass tends to be solid but is not metallic while aluminum is definitely metallic. Vinyl kind of looks and feels like rubber, but if you try to pinch it, it won`t pinch up. If your roof isn`t fiberglass, aluminum, or vinyl, then it`s probably rubber.
Yes, you should! Covering an RV, if you don`t invest in proper RV storage, is essential to keeping it protected from the elements. RV covers, RV skirts, and other methods can be used besides the traditional tarp route. Here`s why you need to protect your RV when not in use.
Most good RV covers are waterproof and, yet, still breathable. Tiny pores in the fabric allow moisture to escape without preventing water droplets from getting in. As long as you choose a cover made specifically for RVs, you shouldn`t have to worry about moisture getting trapped underneath.
Elevating or pop-up roof

With a pop-up, the roof stays down when driving and is put up when you reach your destination.

Pop up camper vinyl and canvas

These days most pop up campers` walls are made of either a ripstop fabric or vinyl. While vinyl is more expensive than canvas or fabric, it works better for a camper or trailer that is exposed to various types of weather. Vinyl sheds water and dries more quickly than canvas or cloth.

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Broken cables to lift roof
ANSWER : Http:// should help, Pictorial and instructions. Also parts available.Thanks for using FixyaJerry

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We have a pop-up with the sink that folds down. We need to replace the sink drain from the sink to outside, but the only flex drain hoses that I can find have a hose only 26 inches long. I know that will not be long enough to go from the sink to the outside of the camper.

Do you know if any place I can go to get a sink drain system with a longer hose. The contraption (I don’t know what it is called) at the base of the sink drain has rusted off so that the swivel part of the drain system is gone. We currently have a garden hose connected to the pipe coming directly from the drain, but when we close the camper, it pops off.

Do you have any suggestions?



ANSWER : Hi mj2181,I would say your problem should be solved easily with a hose extension , if you can get the extension and then use it , it should be ok for you and there should be no need to get a sink drain system with a longer hose.An example of an extension hose can be found on this link :- this helps ,

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The air conditioner on my pop up camper is loud and vibrating
ANSWER : Sounds like the compressor in your air conditioner has a broken spring in it,you can not take the compressor apart to fix,has to be replaced(cashy).I assume your camper is shaking,and the noise only happens when you turn on the air.

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How to tighten cable on pop up camper
ANSWER : The adjustment can be done by your dealer, contact them see how much it costs.

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Water system in my Coleman pop up not working
ANSWER : There is a 3 port valve conneted to the incomming water line (white usually). It is actually a check valve to keep the outside water from overfilling your tank. Verify it is installed correctly.

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Where do you find the vin# on the pop-up camper?
ANSWER : Depending on manufacturer, it’s usually on front corner of side, but if worn off, you may find it under some paint on front a frame area. Look for stamped in number or small plate attached.

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Need owner’s manual: 1988 Williamsburg Coleman pop-up camper PLEASE!
ANSWER : Found this;sa=album;in=69

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