I think that you would have better luck contacting the manufacturer and seeing if you can get some replacements. I have a tent that had the poles damaged in the wind and the only way that I could use the tent again is to fix the poles or to buy new ones. I can't fix the poles so the tent stays in the bag. But since you are talking about a pop up camper it would be a waste to not use it again. I would try to find a metal shop in your area that works with aluminum. (I'm assuming they are aluminum) I'm sure that they could make you some new ones. A good metal worker can make just about anything. Good luck! Don't give up. If you can't get replacements I'm sure that someone could make you some new ones.
It's all right dude. Plenty of people have already done it. And you probably won't get in trouble for a trailer.
Jon was caught with another woman, but he says that it was just a friend
He got caught trying to take cigaretts because Roy said they were there
thats when the greyhound was leading,but then another greyhound caught it
No, you cannot get another Heatran once you have caught it.
When a cat wants to play, it takes out its claws, but when it wants to walk around or sleep, it puts them away because if it didn't, the claws would get caught on things like carpet.
Yes, they are.
say it wasn't really nothing
yes if another camera snaps a photo of it.
they are both busted.
Tepig cannot be caught. It must be traded from another player.
Bad feelings, and you will get caught. One way or another.
Yes. The purpose of safety chains is to keep the trailer connected to your vehicle in the event it comes off the hitch ball. If you were to not cross them, if the trailer were to come off, it would be dragging on the ground, and cause much much more damage than if they were crossed and caught the trailer.Answer: YES, YES, YES.....So, the last person had the correct answer, but the ABSOLUTE wrong reasoning.Ok, so the answer is YES, you absolutely should have your chains crossed, but contrary to popular belief, the reason for trailer chains is not to keep your trailer from being damaged, it is to prevent the trailer from veering into traffic or into pedestrians on a curb and potentially killing someone in the event your trailer detaches from your hitch. By crossing your chains, you create cross tension forcing the trailer to follow your vehicle until you can bring your vehicle to a controlled stop. If you do not cross your chains, the trailer is free to sway back and forth, potentially with enough force to cause an accident of epic proportions. PLEASE CROSS YOUR CHAINS, straight chains are dangerous to you and those on the road with you.
A dry van can typically hold up to 44,000lbs. depending on the exact weight of the trailer itself. Rest a sure if you go over the gross over 80,000lbs you will be ticketed $1 a pound. Also you got to deal with three axles. Steer, Rear, and Trailer Axles, 12,000,34,000,34,000. If you go over that on the axles you will also be ticketed $1 a pound by the DOT if caught.
if its dead and fresh meat still
you break up with one or get caught cheating and loose both.
no because if you get caught you will have to pay a big fine .