Just got back after a great weekend in the Annapolis Valley here in Nova Scotia. Trailer no issues - all things seem to be working. So - when I got home I tackled the leaking Galley grey water valve (previous post). I removed several screws soI could have a peek at the valve - and maybe attempt a repair - no so fast skippy!!!
Guys - the valve is actually positioned between the wheels (32SB Cruiser) on the left side of the trailer - with the valve handle facing toward the centreline of the belly - so no easy access at all. When I pulled the lever, the cable pulled back from the valve actuator on the valve body - so there ended up being no movement of the valve at all - just the cable.
The 64K question - Can I replace the cable only- or does the cable and the valve come as a single unit?
If I replace the valve it appears that I may have to remove many more of the screws that hold the fabric in place -not much fun involved there.
If any Crossroads dealers/techs/designers read this - please - in future - if you are not going to make it "perfect" of fail proof - then at least provide a more user-friendly and reasonable design to the underbelly enclosure. Provide access ports to the parts that we all know will fail - so us DIY guys (especially post warranty) have a 1/2 chance of keeping our units on the road and out of the shop for expensive repairs.........
Roselyn and Darrell
2007.5 Silverado LT/EFI Live Tuned Duramax/6Spd Allison/Banks Ram Air with Super Scoop/Edge CTS Gauges/Air Lift Load Lifter 5000 Ultimate Air Springs
2014 335ss Cruiser Provincial