ygmir wrote:FIGJAM wrote:Check this, the tounge weight is about 10 pounds. ...
that's one thing so many people don't seem to understand:
You gotta have enough tongue weight. It helps keep the loaded trailer from "fishtailing", and, helps avoid "jack-knifing" in an emergency stop.
FIGJAM wrote:It's a 3500 pound axel upjohn.
capjbadger wrote:Just use the black then spray paint it chome/silver. -Badger
Canoe wrote:Only white stuff I can find around home is $215 for the 10 year 5 gallons, or $79 for 1. Ouch!
Lots of choice in black: run a sauna or a bakery?
Looks like I can get 5 gallons for $80 sent to Lowe's in upper New York State for me to drive down and pickup.
Two more chains to check up here tomorrow.
How long does this take to dry?
Is it plausible to leave with raw wood, take a day off along the way and roll it?
(so much to do before leaving)
FIGJAM wrote:Here it dries in about an hour.
It depends on humidity, so get info on the brands site for yor climate.
I like to put it on thick, so use the longest fuzzy roller you can find.
If you can precut your pieces and lay them flat, I would use a 1/16th knotched trowel.
Lay all the pieces down flat, do that side, and leave it alone for 24hrs, then flip and repeat.
Don't forget to do all the edges too.
DustHand wrote:Very impressive playapod! Hope to see it out there!!
Flabio33 wrote:... I am considering using the hexayurt style foam board rather than wood panels...
Flabio33 wrote:... I am worried that the foam panels from HD are not waterproof...
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