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RE: Sturgis to Yellowstone

14 can be a tad curvey. I haven't tried 16, but hear its better. If you use the east entrance, you have quite a drive through the park to get to the west entrance. There are some mountains to cross at the east entrance too. Taking I-90 to 191 avoids any mountain driving. The drive down 191 is scenic.
AdequateRV 08/11/17 09:34pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fighthing the heat: running a second A/C in a 30A rig

Rainwater does not conduct electricity. No need to water proof the plugs, unless you plan to put them in a lake or puddle.
AdequateRV 08/07/17 10:00pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: How old is too old?

I would personally look for a 99 or newer with the v-10 instead of the 460. Not sure when the chevy's switched from the 454 to the 8.1.
AdequateRV 03/24/17 06:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 4 Wheel Down Towing Advice

Is there a higher probability of it slipping into gear when it is running vs not running? If it slips into gear, is the damage more or less severe when running vs not running?
AdequateRV 03/23/17 06:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Generators - brand differences?

Congrats on your new purchase! Winnebago enjoys a much better reputation on this forum than Damon. Your electrical setup is quite common. I have owned two class A motor homes (99 Rexhall, 2007 Georgetown). Both have the same setup. It is not hard to remember to keep it plugged into the generator while underway. It is always plugged in, either to the generator or the power pole. It saves the manufacturer from wiring in a transfer switch. I tell myself that is eliminates one part that can fail. I too have added a second air conditioner with its own electrical circuit to my '99. I never came across a power pole that did not have both a 30A and 20A plug. Worked well. It was deemed necessary by the DW after the August trip to Lake of the Ozarks where the inside of the MH did not get below 85 the entire trip. You should be able to wire another 20A circuit from your generator to your electrical bay so you can plug in your 2nd air conditioner to the generator while underway. I believe all generators of that size are wound with two separate 115V circuits. Mine was a generac, if I recall correctly.
AdequateRV 03/11/17 07:42am Class A Motorhomes
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