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    '95 Rockwood 1620

    Took the p'up out for its maiden voyage on Monday and Tuesday. Pymatuning State Park (OH side), site 348. Rained almost constantly other than when it switched to snow. (Pic below is from when I had just arrived and it was almost trying to be sunny) I brought a ceramic heater along to keep warm...
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    New to everything... how does this piece connect to a propane tank?

    Last time I saw one of those fittings was on our '77 Concord. Congrats, those are great campers.
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    '95 Rockwood 1620

    I get the Truckster comments ALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL the time, and have been offered money for my wagon by people who want to convert a wagon into the WQFT. However, this one is more equipped like the wagon Clark Griswold initially ordered (but didn't get), the "Super Sports Wagon with the...
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    '95 Rockwood 1620

    Well, I haven't taken it out yet, but I did move the spare tire from the tongue to the rear. I should've taken a picture of how it was mounted before...really strangely, honestly. This made use of what I had laying around so, while technically incorrect, it is holding on good enough. I also had...
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    2022 Fall Rally Pymatuning State Park

    If you all have a chance, there is a fantastic winery about 30min north of PSP called Markko Vineyard. Pretty much a straight shot up OH-7 and then a jog across the State Road Covered Bridge. I'm not a wine guy, but Markko makes some great stuff. https://markko.com They're open tomorrow from...
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    Pymatuning - power question

    Thanks for the quick intel!
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    '95 Rockwood 1620

    I really would prefer to not load on the roof for similar reasons + the roof is not exactly this camper's strongest attribute. I may end up moving the propane tank and tongue-loading the bikes.
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    Pymatuning - power question

    Greetings one and all. I have a reservation for mid-October at Pymatuning (OH) State Park. I am in a "premium electric" campsite - whatever the heck that is. My question is, does anyone know for certain if their power hookups are the 3-prong units like the one in my pop-up, or is it a standard...
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    '95 Rockwood 1620

    Should’ve taken more. This is all I have.
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    '95 Rockwood 1620

    Yeah, I did start reading up and decided it’s a bad idea for me. I’m gonna look into some other options.
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    '95 Rockwood 1620

    Thanks. It's a tow-prep car so it has the K-code 3.55 rear end, heavy duty rear suspension w/cargo coils, trailer brake controller (of course I'm not using it with this), 7 and 4-pin connectors, and dual exhaust. The previous owner did a motor swap out of one of his other cars, so it's actually...
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    Check Out My New Bumper!

    I know the O/P hasn't been online in awhile but I thank you for sharing this. I just removed a rear shelf from the bumper of my Rockwood (it was installed by the previous owner) and was considering re-doing the bumper to something that would allow my bike rack to be mounted. But I don't want to...
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    '95 Rockwood 1620

    One of the weird nuances of the Rockwood (compared to our old Coleman, anyway) is that it only has stabilizer jacks in the rear. The front is stabilized by the tongue only. So that makes it a little bouncy especially when my fat a** is in it. I ordered a set of these on the jungle website: I...
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    New from Akron, Ohio.

    Hello from Cleveland, fellow n00b!
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    '95 Rockwood 1620

    Thanks! I got a text from my dad a few minutes ago. (I leave the camper at his house because he has extra driveway space) Apparently, he got bored and took the rear shelf off. Much better. Now to figure out the best way to mount a 2” receiver so I can run my bike rack out back.




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