Once I realized I had an electric function (duh) I was always afraid I'd forget it was on so I made a little red tape flag and taped it to the door of the h/w compartment. Whe it's on, I flip the tape so it shows. When I am breaking camp, it's a good reminder to flip that switch off. And at that time, I flip the red tape so it doesn't poke out the top of my water heater door. So far no mistakes!
We used Craigslist. You must be patient and check it every day. Took us about 4 months but found exactly what we wanted at a fair price. The family was excellent to deal with. I showed up with a dpi checklist and they knew we were serious...I actually think it helped us both.
Lack of Power is your problem, not the alarm. But an alarm is not going to help because the deed will have been done. And false alarms will make it ever so frustrating. What you need is EVIDENCE. You get that with video. Or still frame cameras like a HUNTER'S camera. The kind you put in the woods on a tree. Get a couple and place them strategically in your unit or camper or back porch. They run on batteries and have IR night vision. Perfect for any stealth surveillance. I've even seen people use them for seeing who is using their dumpsters! Go for it.
Well for one, the F150 was not HD tow based on what I know (now big tow mirrors). And the short wheelbase dodge just looked dwarfed by that 32 footer.
I think back to my Dad pulling a 22' stick & tin Prowler with a 70's ford station wagon loaded to the gills with 4 people and all the junk we had heading to the NC & VA mountains. I guess it's all about the same.
Over the past few days I have witnessed many TT & truck combos but 2 really stand out. The first was a toy hauler TT ( a Raptor I think) being towed by an newer F150 non-ecoboost. He had a big ATV in the bed which I assume means the TT also had at least one ATV in it as well. That had to at least have been 8000 lbs of TT and gear. Seemed like it was level and he was trucking along just fine on US 1.
Th other really has me baffled. It was a 32' keystone that weighed 7000 dry ( looked it up but don't remember the model # now). This was being pulled by a dodge ram 1500 short bed standard cab. Again it was level and having no issues making tracks. I could see a generator in the bed and several gas cans in a rack.
I don't even know what to think...