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RE: THE GOOD, THE BAD... BUT NO SURPRISES

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Learjet 04/21/15 06:32pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: 2016 Montana fifthwheel rear cap

Who really cares what the back of of a 5er looks like? It's there to hold a bumper and license plate. Ditto ^^^^ WTF! :W
Learjet 04/18/15 07:23pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: DTV blew away my programming, nightmare restoring it

only a few thousand people calling per hour :h
Learjet 04/18/15 07:21pm Technology Corner
RE: A/C electrical requirements

The ac unit doesn't even have connections to add coolant or to check pressure. I had this happen on a new unit and the only fix was to replace condenser unit. Because of the design...if it leaks...it's a good chance it needs to be replaced. This isn't like a home unit. When is the last time you re-charged a window unit?
Learjet 04/18/15 07:14pm Fifth-Wheels
Furrion TV DirecTv remote codes

Took a while to figure this out, since the Furrion TVs are not listed anywhere. DirecTv remote codes: 39" Furrion works with code 10054 29" and 24" Furrion...code 10056 Hope this helps someone :W
Learjet 04/18/15 05:14pm Tech Issues
RE: Ford Super Duty 6.2 with 3.73 towing reviews

Not EVERYONE wants or needs to go 80 MPH up the side of a mountain.. The difference from 3.73 to 4.30 is about 14%.. For one that is not hauling for a living that 14% difference is not going to be all that noticeable even at 6,000-8,000 ft.. Might make a difference of running 55 instead of 65 up a mountain.. Not worth the worry in my book.. Good point....BUT somehow a lot of guys have it in their heads that a 14% reduction in overall gear ratio equates to a 14% increase in towing power. This might apply to a launch on a very steep hill, but pulling a highway grade at the speed limit the gear ratio may not make any difference at all, especially with the wide range of gear ratios available in the transmission. Both trucks might run 60 up the mountain, only difference being one might be in 3rd gear and the other in 4th. It's the engine that produces the horsepower. Yep, still towing in 5th gear going 65 mph...5th is 1st overdrive, so if I had the 4:30 gears....I might be in 6th gear...2nd overdrive.
Learjet 04/18/15 03:44pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Ford Super Duty 6.2 with 3.73 towing reviews

towing fully loaded signature rig. 12,000 lbs 5th wheel (including full water) with 3.73 ...no issues, happy.
Learjet 04/18/15 09:39am Tow Vehicles
RE: A/C electrical requirements

With AC running......voltage at 108V is the minimum I will operate MY A/C (120V AC +/- 10%=======108 to 132) A/C fan motor and compressor will operate at much lower voltages...just causes high amp draw and can damage motor When you started the A/C unit did Fan AND compressor start or just Fan?? Should hear both start. Could be bad start capacitor/run capacitor/compressor motor. Turn Fan on manually then turn A/C unit on.......do you hear compressor start? Air blowing out of duct should start out warm and then begin cooling down within minutes My Dometic AC's are rated at 115 volt, so +- 10% measured at the unit would be fine.
Learjet 04/17/15 04:30am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Auto level and Residential fridge?

Per the remote for our inverter, the fridge through the inverter draws approx 10 amps when running, when the compressor shuts down, 0 draw. These new residential fridges are very low current draw especially with the ability to keep the internal heater turned off. DC amps or AC amps?
Learjet 04/15/15 07:36pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Auto level and Residential fridge?

3.9 amps at 120V AC takes at least 39 amp DC to keep up via an inverter. It is hard in most rigs to get that much current to the trailer from the TV. Do to the distance and wire size 10 -15 AMPs is about the most you will see. So a good deep cycle battery bank in the trailer will help. Now for the other side of the coin, a refrig should go 6-10 hours if not opened with very little increase in temp, WITHOUT running. Chris you are forgetting that it is not running all the time...duty cycle
Learjet 04/15/15 07:09pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Ford F250 6.2 Liter gas any good?

towing 12,000 lbs...signature rig.
Learjet 04/13/15 06:46pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Direct TV - What Equipment Do I Need

Hi def. for me, SD is like listening to AM radio :)
Learjet 04/10/15 09:37am Tech Issues
RE: Percent of Pin Weight on Each Axle

my sig. setup added 20 lbs to front axle per the scales. Hitch is a couple inch forward of the axle.
Learjet 04/10/15 09:35am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Quick...and almost easy Progressive Industries EMS-HW50C

Nice work! Does yours hum/buzz? I added one and an ATS in a kitchen cabinet with the distro panel and converter. Yes, that is normal for a large contactor like the one they use.
Learjet 04/08/15 08:25pm Tech Issues
Quick...and almost easy Progressive Industries EMS-HW50C

just installed the Progressive Industries EMS-HW50C behind my 50 amp panel...here is the "quick" and almost easy way to install one ;) I know the display is side ways...but it is right above my stairs in my 5th wheel...I can also see it from outside with the door open. I had enough slack to cut the shore wire and insert the EMS. I did say quick and easy...;) and because it didn't really happen with out pictures... http://i95.photobucket.com/albums/l159/Learjetpilot/Mobile%20Uploads/IMG_1602_zpsc7b4774b.jpg http://i95.photobucket.com/albums/l159/Learjetpilot/Mobile%20Uploads/IMG_1604_zps4825a7bf.jpg http://i95.photobucket.com/albums/l159/Learjetpilot/Mobile%20Uploads/IMG_1605_zps93706c03.jpg http://i95.photobucket.com/albums/l159/Learjetpilot/Mobile%20Uploads/IMG_1610_zps579b4345.jpg
Learjet 04/08/15 08:12pm Tech Issues
RE: Tag renewal!!!

yep, perm tag in Louisiana, no renewal :)
Learjet 04/07/15 09:09pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: lets talk ladders for cleaning :)

I bought a ladder a year ago. It folds up to about 6 inch square and about the width of the 5th. Fits great in my storage area. Can't remember if I bought it on Amazon our Camper World. I bought it on sale. What I like is how steady it is on rough terrain. I'm short so I bought the tallest one. Great ladder and easy to handle yet very sturdy. That is what I using now a folding ladder, four parts...makes a A frame or straight ladder. But, I get tired on the round rungs and its not as stable standing on a round tube. This is just for home cleaning.
Learjet 04/05/15 07:37pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: lets talk ladders for cleaning :)

leaning towards 12' Fiberglass...but its 48 lbs :(
Learjet 04/05/15 05:34pm Fifth-Wheels
lets talk ladders for cleaning :)

10' or 12' foot step ladder for cleaning on 5th Wheel? Aluminum or Fiberglass? FYI..sig. 5th wheel
Learjet 04/05/15 05:00pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Whats Your Real Weights? Truck and Trailer. The Real Deal

I hope you have an air hitch...are that truck might beat up your trailer...just a thought :@ I know what you saying, I have replaced the rear suspension with a late model International air ride. The truck rides as good as a pick up. I also built a receiver hitch for it to tow a bumper pull trailer. http://i256.photobucket.com/albums/hh167/Chelle_L_C/67%20N%20950/2007-11-7%201.jpg Nice :B
Learjet 04/05/15 04:54pm Fifth-Wheels
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