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RE: Generator suggestions

The above is very good info. But a little more info from you would help provide better feed back. Does your trailer require a 30 amp service or 50 amp? Do you have 1or 2 A/C units?
Rolling Condo 07/24/16 02:38pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: 22' 0r 25'? Does Size Matter?

Hands down, a longer trailer will give you more storage and more 'living room'.
Rolling Condo 07/16/16 07:17am Travel Trailers
RE: Champion generator

Here's a little reading material regarding the Champion generator.
Rolling Condo 07/14/16 08:18pm Tech Issues
RE: How to keep fridge cooler?

Hint: put drinks in cooler, especially for kids. Keeps the number of times the refrigerator door opens down.
Rolling Condo 06/29/16 09:51am Travel Trailers
RE: Noisy A/C unit

After doing some research,I installed an Atwood. Much quieter than either a Dometic or Coleman's that I have experienced.
Rolling Condo 06/26/16 04:46pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Installing load adj. shocks, 94 Burb

Bolt the bottom bracket first. Then jack the axle up to position the top of the shock.
Rolling Condo 06/12/16 09:55am Tow Vehicles
RE: Quietest A/C

I replaced a Coleman with an Atwood 13,500 and it is much quieter.
Rolling Condo 06/08/16 08:33am General RVing Issues
RE: Spinoff from the "charcoal questions" thread: Kingsford

I use the Kingsford original. It's an easy start, reliably holds the heat in a steady burn and lumps last a bit longer too without going out. A chimney starter is always a good investment for better starts as well. That sums it up for using the original. Most important for using when cooking with Dutch Ovens as you want constant and consistent heat.
Rolling Condo 06/01/16 11:22am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Looking at new a/c units, recommendations?

Might have a tech do a thorough check on your current A/C first before you trash it. There might be a remedy. As for a replacement, I replaced a Coleman 13,500 unit with an Atwood 2years ago. Been very pleased with it. It is much quieter than the one it replaced.
Rolling Condo 05/28/16 06:16pm Travel Trailers
RE: 3000W Chinese Gensets Info.

Breaking news, Champion now has a bigger inverter that can be paralleled. Here
Rolling Condo 05/24/16 01:47pm Tech Issues
RE: Family tent suggestion

Eureka Tents Great quality tents.
Rolling Condo 04/27/16 07:10pm Tent Camping
RE: Misting System

Aeromist
Rolling Condo 03/31/16 07:59pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Looking for some tent ideas

For some great bargains check the Eureka Outlet Here.
Rolling Condo 03/28/16 10:59am Tent Camping
RE: Looking for some tent ideas

Check out Eureka tents and screen rooms. Great tents and love the Northern Breeze It's just what you described you were looking for.
Rolling Condo 03/28/16 10:25am Tent Camping
RE: Appropriate generator for Viking Pop-Up RV?

This will run your AC.
Rolling Condo 03/24/16 02:25pm Folding Trailers
RE: Best sleeping surface?

Either the Thermostat Luxury Mats or the Eureka Silver Canyon Dualis Mats. I can sleep as well on those as at home.
Rolling Condo 03/01/16 09:46am Tent Camping
RE: GM is ramping up to pump out more 6.2 engines

Isn't that the old Saturn plant? Yep.
Rolling Condo 02/20/16 08:39pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Sealing Holes...

Use bronze wool, won't rust.
Rolling Condo 02/14/16 07:29pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: new 2 me 1977 prowler i know nothing

The furnace should fire up when you turn it on via the thermostat. Turn the propane tank on and light a burner on the stove to purge air from the line.
Rolling Condo 01/16/16 05:37pm Travel Trailers
RE: new 2 me 1977 prowler i know nothing

Yes you can run lights, water pump and furnace off of 12V. But, you will need a generator to keep the battery charged. Even a 1000 watt model will do. Best suggestion would be a pair of 6V golf cart batteries in series. Strongly recommend that you upgrade the Converter to a modern 3 stage type.
Rolling Condo 01/16/16 05:33pm Travel Trailers
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