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RE: fuel pump for auxiliary fuel tank

If you decide on a high output transfer pump a timer in the power circuit "might" be a smart idea. If you forget it is on you could easily overfill your tank and pump fuel onto the road. I know I would :} Jim
jauguston 06/03/17 10:55am Beginning RVing
RE: Jack for changing flats?

Road Side Emergency Insurance (Coach Net)-Cell Phone-No Spare. Pretty standard for a heavy Class A. Replace them all after 10 years no matter how good they look. Jim
jauguston 04/03/17 03:07pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Keystone Furnace and outdoor stove WONT LIGHT HELP!!!!!!!

Roy, FWIW we have been using a small Mr-Buddy heater plumbed to our onboard propane tank for the last 10 years in three different motorhomes. We run it 24/7 when it is cold and are still healthy. Our detectors have never come on except when I test them. We leave a roof vent slightly cracked open to satisfy the instructions provided with the heaters that a fresh air opening equal to a 3" diameter hole is provided. Jim
jauguston 04/03/17 02:56pm Travel Trailers
RE: ryobi 2200w generator extended run tank

The key is it needs to have a fuel pump. The Honda EU series does. I have a 3 gallon outboard type tank for my EU1000. Jim
jauguston 04/03/17 02:36pm General RVing Issues
RE: cable routing for solar - vent pipe or drill roof?

I ran mine through the side of the refer vent then down through the floor of the refer access from outside then down through the floor and on to the battery area. I used #4 welding lead from the roof to the controller for 800w of panels (6 panels). I like welding lead due to its flexibility. I see as high as 43A at 12V at times. Jim
jauguston 01/30/17 01:48pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
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