Bulliards Beach Small Gathering

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude): 43.15639, -124.40889 43°9'23"N, 124°24'32"W Directions to Bullards Beach State Park from the north: After leaving Coos Bay head south on Highway 101 for 20 and 1/10 miles. Turn right at park entrance, after milepost 259.

Bulliards Beach SP is approximately 67 miles South of Florence, OR (2 miles North of Bandon, OR) along the Oregon Coastal Highway - US 101. I will be heading down there after the SCIO Rally starting June 25th and departing June 30th. This will be a very low key small gathering.  The only planned activities will be morning coffee at my space and evenings around the campfire. 

 We will be located in the "C" loop.  Currently, there are about a dozen or so spaces available as of today.  

Here is the link to the Bulliards Beach SP Reservations (Reserve America): 

Bulliards Beach SP Reservations

Location: 

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
43.15639, -124.40889
43°9'23"N, 124°24'32"W

Directions to Bullards Beach State Park from the north: After leaving Coos Bay head south on Highway 101 for 20 and 1/10 miles. Turn right at park entrance, after milepost 259. 

Directions to Bullards Beach State Park from the south: Continue north on Highway 101 from Bandon. After crossing the Coquille River bridge, take the second left, which is the park entrance.

Link to the Bullards Beach Small Gathering Thread: 

Bullards Beach Small Gathering Thread

Address

US Hwy 101 -After Mile Post 259, Bandon, OR

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After attending SCIO, we're hoping to attend a day or two or three prior to heading back east. I've not yet attempted to reserve a site.

BobnRobin posted:
BigBeerDaddy posted:

So I have a brand new Fantastic Vent with all hardware (white) that I can't use. I do not have the patience, or desire, to fashion some brackets for it to mount it like a Maxx Air cover, and I'm not going to drill into the roof. The shipping on it back to CW is more than it's worth. I regret not doing the research, and thinking about the fact that Lance clamps the Fantastics in. Anyhow, if anyone attending this soiree has any interest in it, let me know and I'll bring it. See ya'll soon.

BBD, 

Attached is a video on the install of the cover, the only thing is, DON'T drill holes in the top as shown in the video. What you have to do, is go inside your trailer and drop the inside shroud to get to the ends of the bracket bolts. You may need an assistant inside to put lock washers and nuts on the bolt ends. May want to add a dab of (none perminent) glue to prevent nuts from backing off. Then put inter shroud backup and you're done! Easy?

<https://youtu.be/4UQSR6wMehE>

Thanks again!

BigBeerDaddy posted:

So I have a brand new Fantastic Vent with all hardware (white) that I can't use. I do not have the patience, or desire, to fashion some brackets for it to mount it like a Maxx Air cover, and I'm not going to drill into the roof. The shipping on it back to CW is more than it's worth. I regret not doing the research, and thinking about the fact that Lance clamps the Fantastics in. Anyhow, if anyone attending this soiree has any interest in it, let me know and I'll bring it. See ya'll soon.

BBD, 

Attached is a video on the install of the cover, the only thing is, DON'T drill holes in the top as shown in the video. What you have to do, is go inside your trailer and drop the inside shroud to get to the ends of the bracket bolts. You may need an assistant inside to put lock washers and nuts on the bolt ends. May want to add a dab of (none perminent) glue to prevent nuts from backing off. Then put inter shroud backup and you're done! Easy?

<https://youtu.be/4UQSR6wMehE>

BobnRobin posted:
BigBeerDaddy posted:

So I have a brand new Fantastic Vent with all hardware (white) that I can't use. I do not have the patience, or desire, to fashion some brackets for it to mount it like a Maxx Air cover, and I'm not going to drill into the roof. The shipping on it back to CW is more than it's worth. I regret not doing the research, and thinking about the fact that Lance clamps the Fantastics in. Anyhow, if anyone attending this soiree has any interest in it, let me know and I'll bring it. See ya'll soon.

BBD, they don't have to screw to the roof. When I did mine I made aluminum angle brackets and attached them to the vertical section of the fan housing. It's a bit more work but do able! Give it a second thought! To bad we had to cancel or we could have installed it! Maybe someone will help you.

Good luck

BobnRobin

 

Thanks a bunch. Maybe I will reconsider...

BigBeerDaddy posted:

So I have a brand new Fantastic Vent with all hardware (white) that I can't use. I do not have the patience, or desire, to fashion some brackets for it to mount it like a Maxx Air cover, and I'm not going to drill into the roof. The shipping on it back to CW is more than it's worth. I regret not doing the research, and thinking about the fact that Lance clamps the Fantastics in. Anyhow, if anyone attending this soiree has any interest in it, let me know and I'll bring it. See ya'll soon.

BBD, they don't have to screw to the roof. When I did mine I made aluminum angle brackets and attached them to the vertical section of the fan housing. It's a bit more work but do able! Give it a second thought! To bad we had to cancel or we could have installed it! Maybe someone will help you.

Good luck

BobnRobin

 

So I have a brand new Fantastic Vent with all hardware (white) that I can't use. I do not have the patience, or desire, to fashion some brackets for it to mount it like a Maxx Air cover, and I'm not going to drill into the roof. The shipping on it back to CW is more than it's worth. I regret not doing the research, and thinking about the fact that Lance clamps the Fantastics in. Anyhow, if anyone attending this soiree has any interest in it, let me know and I'll bring it. See ya'll soon.

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