Post by universalexports on Nov 22, 2011 23:36:21 GMT -5
mine measured about 17 inches from the top of the wheel well to the ground with the axle flipped down (normal) mine was raised when I bought it, here is a wright up I done on flipping them. I ended up removing a couple of springs, and putting the axle under the springs to get the height I like. I thought it just sit to low from the factory.
Most Shastas have two LP tanks, but I convert my smaller trailers to one tank plus a battery.
Yes, they are insulated, normally a blanket of fiberglass, about 1" thick. It is often outside the framing just under the skin. Some trailers were built with a silver faced fiberglass next to interior panels.
Plug the icebox drain with a cork and fill with diluted bleach overnight. The seal can be replace with window seal, just buy the right thickness/width. I like the rubber bulb type better than the foam seals.