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Key broke off inside front door lock on travel trailer

Hey guys, last night my front door key to my 2018 wolf pup 16bhs from Forest River broke off inside the front door regular lock (not the deadbolt which still works) in locking position. I have tried getting it out but it seems jammed in there good. If I unscrew the entire locking mechanism from the front door will that give me easier access to the lock cylinder? Or am I gonna have to buy a whole new lock or call a locksmith? Thanks for any feedback.
OregonMan 08/01/21 01:53pm Travel Trailers
RE: Question about lowering unhitched 2 wheel travel trailer

Thank you for the feedback. I actually switched to using a cinder block because the blocks of wood I was using cracked. What do you guys think about using leveling blocks? This cinder block is solid, I did the throw test a few times before taking it. Either way, I feel kinda dumb for keeping the trailer propped up while using it now. The slight downward angle isn't that bad but more concerned now about doing damage to the tongue of the jack since it's on the side that I sleep on. Gonna make sure to lift my stabilizer jacks first then tomorrow will lower the trailer and hopefully enjoy a more level existence. Thanks guys.
OregonMan 08/01/21 02:29am Travel Trailers
Question about lowering unhitched 2 wheel travel trailer

Hi I have a 20 foot 2 wheel 2018 wolf pup travel trailer from Forest River. It has a manual crank to unhitch and I use a cinder block underneath the metal hitch bar to give clearance for the truck to get out. This is probably a dumb question, but is it safe to lower the travel trailer once unhitched? My main concern is: is there a bunch of weight being supported by the hitch bar being propped up on the cinder block for the truck clearance? Will lowering it cause damage? My trailer is currently at a slight angle downward and would like to correct if safe to do so. Thanks for any feedback.
OregonMan 07/31/21 04:17pm Travel Trailers
Drilling holes in trailer roof to install solar: worth it?

Hi guys, so for a while now I've been wanting to install solar on my travel trailer. Problem is I'm not very handy, a little on the heavy side and drilling holes through my trailer roof just doesn't sound great. Do you think it's possible to get the same amount of power generated from solar using the flexible foldout panels? Would it be possible to just use these during the day as we need them, then stow them away, without having to install a bunch of panels on the roof? I feel like solar tech is improving quickly. Don't want to screw up my trailer and spend a full day working on this if in 2 years Tesla comes out with some amazing portable solar generator. Thanks for any feedback.
OregonMan 02/13/21 09:30am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
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