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RE: Running Generator on the road

Yeah but you are now off topic. This thread is not about bashing the loud reliable 279 dollar champion workhorse
jasult 09/14/15 02:30pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Running Generator on the road

yup, worse thing is they damage my champion generator ;) My strong bumper will protect the RV unless major collision then don't matter what we have back there.
jasult 09/13/15 08:57am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Running Generator on the road

This maybe a stupid question but why not. How many out there run a generator while running down the road and if so how do you run the cord if the generator in the truck bed and the plug is at the back of the FW or did you have another plug put in up front? Yes - (run the gen in the pickup bed) if desired. Yes - another "plug" up front. Serves several purposes, besides the gen. See the (my) - *connection options* from discussion about the 50amp cord. It's a variation of a schematic posted many years ago by Ken Lenger for his on-board gen & manual transfer switch. BTW - The rack in back. Unless it's for a slide in camper (no bed space available), IMO - the gen on the "rack in back" is your *substitute bumper*...:( But - whatever rings *your* chimes!..;) ~ and mine is stronger than the stock make believe bumper :B
jasult 09/13/15 05:05am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Running Generator on the road

Another option is to add a cargo rack on the back end of your FW and mount a gen-box back there. Usually a much shorter run for the cord and not (usually) necessary for another plug. Lyle This is what I did and works great. https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-y0HFQwcO0ew/Tg9HtAbYdeI/AAAAAAAADlI/62nCoDeZCcs/s640-Ic42/genny%252520rack2.jpg width=450 https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-kpn6HOU7Tzg/Tg9HtFHCToI/AAAAAAAADk4/q45yYmv5sc8/s640-Ic42/genny%252520rack.jpg width=450
jasult 09/10/15 05:29pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: rear hitch for 5th wheel

I took off the cheap make believe bumper and made this with 3 hitch receiver's https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-FJCPBcedHLw/TLROuHgODsI/AAAAAAAAD6w/pJgjQMUHE9Q/s640-Ic42/DSC01245.JPG width=500 https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-mQ-1ws-WGvw/ThGUwDjzkrI/AAAAAAAAD54/YIb-o1Aqo_M/s640-Ic42/DSC01670.JPG width=500 https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-y0HFQwcO0ew/Tg9HtAbYdeI/AAAAAAAADlI/62nCoDeZCcs/s640-Ic42/genny%252520rack2.jpg width=500
jasult 08/11/15 11:23am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: How many have crawled under your trailer recently?

Few months back I was under trailer to reinstall wiring on slideout. I removed 14 foot slideout to replace the slideout beam above Here is link with few pics minor repairs
jasult 08/02/15 11:26am Travel Trailers
RE: door keeper

Nice Barney, how well does it do in wind?
jasult 08/02/15 10:50am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: door keeper

Neat idea...but I gotta ask. Why don't you just replace it? Ron I have replaced twice but they don't hold the shape from the sun and stretch. I can replace the zip tie much faster ;)
jasult 08/02/15 09:28am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
door keeper

I keep having problems with my door keeper that holds walkin door open. They get stretched and don/t work. I know they don't cost much but today I did a ZIP TIE MOD to mine and works great. It keeps just enough tension for door to stay open :B https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-UG7CxBnlQCU/Vb4s5XxR7WI/AAAAAAAAFis/PCDczCl3yvI/s512-Ic42/upload_-1.jpg width=450 https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-KmJ8ug1cCpo/Vb4s4hL9EqI/AAAAAAAAFik/0p8dfd6UNY0/s512-Ic42/upload_-1.jpg width=450
jasult 08/02/15 08:50am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: 3500/4000 Generator an AC

Tom_M you are correct. I had problems with the ties snapping
jasult 07/31/15 03:18pm Tech Issues
RE: Just added a Truck Camper!

great story! Yes many keys fit lots of rv's :h
jasult 07/31/15 01:56pm Travel Trailers
RE: 3500/4000 Generator an AC

can't beet that
jasult 07/31/15 01:50pm Tech Issues
RE: Attention 7.3l owners!

I have 3 Ford 7.3 Powerstrokes, 2 for business and I just picked up a 99 Superduty DRW with 150000 miles with a bad converter that had the marble sounds. The 99 is stock except for Hydra chip with set of gauges and I installed a muti disk converter plus 6.0 cooler. I paid four thousand for the 99 because every one was afraid of the noise converter made. I new the seller well and the truck was well taken care of but the noise was the kicker. I also installed the 05 superduty headlights after cutting out the header with a template to follow. https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-6JpAPD0-Emw/VSBIboDmRmI/AAAAAAAAExM/kg5z1wtURnA/s512-Ic42/upload_-1.jpg width=500
jasult 07/31/15 01:47pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 3500/4000 Generator an AC

that champion will do just fine with your ac. Here is a pic of mine that follows me everywhere. I only use when no power available. https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-y0HFQwcO0ew/Tg9HtAbYdeI/AAAAAAAADlI/62nCoDeZCcs/s640-Ic42/genny%252520rack2.jpg width=500 https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-mQ-1ws-WGvw/ThGUwDjzkrI/AAAAAAAAD54/YIb-o1Aqo_M/s640-Ic42/DSC01670.JPG width=500
jasult 07/31/15 01:37pm Tech Issues
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