Ok I guess I didn't make my concerns clear. One reason is because of the slides and the other is the electric. And when I get up I gotta have a shower to wake up and no I wont use a Walmart sink! Lol I was just wondering how many people do it. I see lots of motorhomes in the lots but not a whole lot of 5th wheels. wow u people can be ruff on a persons question!! LOL Thanks for comments :)
You should have more than enough battery power to get through one night. Your slides work off the battery. As for the shower, put the water heater on propane....over night stops in a fiver aren't any different in a motor home.
We had this with our 2011...the simple fix is to wire two brake magnets into the pig tail of the fifth wheel...it "fools" the controller into believing you have electric brakes and will immediately send power to the disc brakes. Worked for us for 4 years. This problem was corrected in our 2015 Chevy.
What is with the delete of rear caps. Montana has to be spec'd just so to get one. Grand Design high end Solitude lacks a rear cap. On and on! Next you know Thor will drop it on the MS. Chris
doubt that...it's been what, six years...Landmark, Bighorn and Big Country still have rear caps...
No problem...have used it many times to change tires, etc. As for twisting the frame...not gonna happen. Level up is designed so that all legs work in unison keeping the frame "flat and square" at all times. If you lift one side the other drops keeping everything straight...it will "time out" once the legs over extend.