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Honda Gen EU2000i and EU2200i Companion

Can I mate my 5 year old EU2000i with a new EU2200i Companion (not purchased yet)? My gen has the parallel connectors. Or do I need to find a EU2000i Companion? Can't find a new one yet, maybe gotta look used if the new companion won't work. TIA
Slick Rick 07/14/21 06:19pm Tech Issues
WD/Sway Control

We've decided on a Grand Design 297RSTS travel trailer. Can't wait to get it, so much more room compared to our TC! I'm gonna pull it with a 15 F350 PSD CCSB SWR. The tongue weight will probably be about 950-1000lbs fully loaded. That's over our hitch rating of 850lbs for non weight distribution. I think I've got plenty of truck for this 34' trailer but I'm gonna need sway control and some weight distribution. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I've read good things about an Anderson, a Curt and a Reese. What are you using and what works good for you. I'm leaning towards the Anderson but I have no real world experience with these hitches. TIA SR
Slick Rick 07/09/21 12:56pm Towing
RE: 35' Rear Living

We looked at 5ers but we still want to keep the TC and do the beach thing. Maybe if my truck had the pucks in the bed we could go gooseneck but with only 3500 max payload we're still somewhat limited. I really want a F450 but we lose the beach camping. And we're ready to roll, now's not the time to buy a new truck. We've got a good truck with a good engine, according to Blackstone, and a tt is the way to go for us. But we may not find one for a couple years anyway.
Slick Rick 06/27/21 02:56pm Travel Trailers
35' Rear Living

We're looking for a TT for retirement. Just DW, myself and the dog. We've enjoyed the TC on the beach but we're ready for more space. TV is a F350 PSD SRW so 14k lbs is the max. A rear living is our fav but without a good rv show, like Hershey, it's hard to pick one. We like the Jayco and Keystone units, Airstreams not so much, but any recommendations are appreciated. We want to stay around 35' (ext length) to be ok in state parks. What RLs do you own and why? TIA SR
Slick Rick 06/26/21 07:48pm Travel Trailers
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