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RE: microair easy start results

Completed installation of the Microair Easy Start 364 on a Dometic Penguin II 13.5K unit yesterday. After 5 start ups on shore power, tried AC operation with a Honda EU2000i, Eco mode off. The AC started & ran smoothly with outside temps at 86F at 900MSL. Matteo at Microair, is great to work with, too.
exploringcarolina 06/02/17 08:07am Tech Issues
RE: Upgraded tires - air pressure?

The aluminum wheels on our TT are rated for maximum of 60PSI. Our trailer was delivered new with 16" Light Truck BFG radial E tires rated for up to 80PSI. Could not find a load/pressure chart for my BFG tires, except for maximum pressure/load, but found a Michelin load/pressure chart for one of their 16" LT Radial E tires: http://www.michelinrvtires.com/reference-materials/load-and-inflation-tables/#/
exploringcarolina 05/19/17 06:21am Travel Trailers
RE: Hayes Sway Master Elec Sway Control. Does it really Work?

I wanted to know if anyone on here has had any true experience with the Hayes Sway Master Electronic Sway Control and if it really works and if it will be beneficial to get one. Installed a Hayes Sway-Master last year and it's working fine on my rig. The 23.5' Oliver travel trailer weighs in at 4950 pounds ready to camp with empty water tanks with 450 pounds tongue weight. TV is a 2016 5.7L Toyota Tundra without suspension modifications. Not using WDH. After installation tested the Sway-Master at 55MPH and sway dampened in 1 1/2 oscillation. Towing in high gusting crosswinds on I40, TN plateau area at 60MPH, and sway dampened within 1 oscillation. The Sway-Master uses a GPS to sense speed and operates above 45MPH. If GPS signal is lost, the Sway Master is active at all speeds. Talk to Hayes to be sure sway master is compatible with your TV.
exploringcarolina 05/15/17 05:15pm Travel Trailers
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