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RE: Using a Cpap in my AF 27-5

I have a small Jackery that I paid around $2-$300. Works fine. Recharge in the truck during the day as we drive.
PhilipB 07/20/22 03:51pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Onan Running Problems

My 5500 on toy hauler in signature was boiling the fuel, then shutting down. We made a shroud to channel the exhaust side away from the air intake side. The symptoms made is appear to be a clogged carb/fuel filter or bad fuel pump.
PhilipB 07/07/22 03:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Running a/c off generator while towing

Yes we do run A/C when travelling if we feel it's needed. But we have a toy hauler with built in Onan.
PhilipB 06/03/22 03:35pm Travel Trailers
RE: Ozarks camping

Id you're travelling from Detroit area you could hit Hannibal, MO (Mark Twain's home, etc), then south to St. Louis (Arch, etc). From there, go to Hermann (wineries). Next stop Lake of the Ozarks (rent a boat during a weekday). On south to Springfield and Branson. Someone mentioned Echo Bluff. Haven't been there but hear it's great. All these areas will have private campground choices. If you're a state parker, reservations may be a bit tougher, especially weekends.
PhilipB 02/28/22 03:53pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Good Low cost Camping Map Books for The West?

Good Sam Campground directory is like a phone book for rv parks, state parks, etc. for the entire country. I also carry a regular atlas. It has quite a few of the various attractions marked in red. Many states still print vacation guides you can request online.
PhilipB 02/08/22 02:28pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Fifth Wheel or TT?

We have a 5er toy hauler now and others have given plenty of advice on the benefits. If you go the TT route, toy hauler or not, buy a good hitch. Hensley and ProPride are the best. Work as advertised. I've owned the Hensley. I wouldn't tow a TT without one of these. The price will scare you, but look at the costs you will have in a truck, RV, etc. It's not that much more.
PhilipB 02/08/22 02:22pm Toy Haulers
RE: LED awning strip lights

We just purchased replacements from ETrailer (10' and 14' awnings. Our rig is a 2013 and about half the LED's were not working.
PhilipB 12/21/21 01:18pm Tech Issues
RE: Best generator

Lots of folks at the dirtbike races we attend have the Predator 3500. They run them the entire weekend for A/C. Seem to be holding up.
PhilipB 11/09/21 04:06pm Beginning RVing
RE: Generators for 5er

Prior to our toy hauler we had a regular 5er and a Yamaha 3000 in the bed of the truck. We ran generator in the bed of the truck, but would unhook from camper when doing this. It worked well, but required having portable gas cans. Toy hauler has 5500 Onan. We have 60 gallons of onboard fuel which is great. No unhooking, no cords, no gas cans. No overload worries. It does drink more fuel. You might search for a diesel generator you could mount in truck bed and feed off the truck.
PhilipB 10/14/21 04:25pm Fifth-Wheels
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