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RE: BTU versus watts, Propane versus electrical heaters

I have posted this before but we are still alive so I will post it again. For the last ten years and three different coaches one class C and two class A. In all of them we have used a Small Single block MR Heater propane heater plumbed to the coach on board propane tank. We have Two CO detectors that never make a sound unless I test them which I do regularly. There is no odor from the heater. We have no unusual moisture inside. Many have screamed we we were going to die. Nope-doing just fine. We use non serviced sites in state parks most of the time and virtually never use our two furnaces. Jim
jauguston 09/26/16 11:01am Tech Issues
RE: LEDs on running lights on truck camper

My coach has always on when driving headlights only. I replaced all of my clearance lights with LED lights just because I like the looks of them :) Jim
jauguston 08/30/16 11:08am Tech Issues
RE: California Towing Speed Limit

A number of years ago I was traveling on I-5 in Northern CA in my car with a little 4 foot square box trailer and was stopped and cited for 60 in a 55. Some officers take their job quite seriously. Jim
jauguston 08/30/16 10:58am Roads and Routes
RE: Itinerary ideas for Oregon Coast

If your a airplane fan the Blimp Hangar south of Tillamook has a interesting display of vintage planes inside. Jim
jauguston 08/28/16 10:57am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Solar For Motor Battery Only

If you disconnect the battery from the vehicle electrical system it "might". Jim
jauguston 08/28/16 10:51am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Considering a generator purchase - need advice

Something to consider when buying a portable generator is how noisy it is. How much noise do you want to expose your family to when camping. In the portable generator market quiet costs money. Honda EU series generators are quiet. Most cheap ones are not. Jim
jauguston 08/28/16 10:46am General RVing Issues
RE: Another Battery Question plus more

Solar is great but you have to consider where you park to make it work. If you want to park in a shady site to keep cool your solar system will not do you much good. A Honda EU 1000 run on gas will charge your batteries and it is nice and quiet. I use one for battery charging when my 800w solar system will not keep up with our power use. The sun does not shine all the time here in NW Washington. I use a 3 gallon outboard fuel tank with my 1000 and it will run for our needs when weather reduces the solar output to near nothing due to clouds and rain for a week without refueling. The 1000 has over 2000 hours on it without any problems. Jim
jauguston 08/10/16 11:14am Travel Trailers
RE: (FINAL Update )...Alternator voltage too high, question

Modern automotive charge systems nowadays have a maximum charge voltage of 14.9-15-2v. That is NORMAL. My Full River 6v AGM house batteries recommend a 14.9v charge rate. Jim
jauguston 07/28/16 08:44pm Tech Issues
RE: Are Engine and House Batteries Connected?

If your electrical system doesnt charge your chassis battery when you are on shore power get yourself a "ultra Trickle/Start". Its a little electronic box that has three wires that are simple to connect. The instructions are good and easy to follow. Best Converters has them. Jim
jauguston 07/24/16 02:14pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Generator Exaust

We use our Gen-Turi every time we camp on our Onan QD 7500. Its outlet is slightly above roof level. It is safer for us and not nice to blow our generator exhaust gas and noise to our neighbors. Jim
jauguston 07/24/16 02:00pm Tech Issues
RE: Leveling the RV

We use the bathroom door open to see front to back level and a 2' carpenter level on the floor for side to side level. Close enough. Jim
jauguston 07/24/16 01:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Portable Generators

One thing to consider when deciding between a Honda or a Yamaha generator. The Honda EU series has a fuel pump allowing the use of a auxiliary fuel tank (I use a 3 gallon outboard tank with my Honda EU 1000). No fuel pump on the similar Yamaha. Jim
jauguston 06/18/16 10:16am Truck Campers
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