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RE: LED RV Awning Party Light with Mounting Channel

I put on the LED strip lights on the awning mount where it attaches to the trailer. Then ran the wire down through the awning arm mount, there is a plastic cover that pops off once the arm is extended. This is the same place they run their wire for the powered awning. I have the connector just coming out of the bottom of the awning arm maybe 2 inches or so. I then ran wires from the battery (use a fuse) to underneath where the propane tank is mounted right by the awning arm, I have extra length and just coil it up and when I need it, I just uncoil it and plug it into the connector at the awning arm
austinjenna 01/17/22 06:24am Fifth-Wheels
RE: TV Upgrade, Hitch question: What would you do?

If it were me, I would get an air ride hitch
austinjenna 01/03/22 05:34am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Residential fridge

My question was more regarding the run time while not moving. I know the truck will charge the batteries while moving. Mine had to deal with it being in the storage lot and being able to start it the day before so what could I expect for the run time.
austinjenna 10/27/21 05:17am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Residential fridge

How long does it take the fridge in your house need to cool down? I bet if you turned it on when you hooked up to bring it home by the time you got everything else loaded the fridge would be ready to pack. Doubtful, my storage lot is 2 miles away. It takes a few hours for a residential to cool down
austinjenna 10/24/21 10:46am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Residential fridge

How long (approximately) will a residential run on 2 golf cart batteries? I am used to going to the rv lot the night before we leave and start the fridge on propane now, so it can be 17-20 hrs before I bring it back home. I dont think the batteries would last that long. I know there are a lot of variables but looking for an approximation
austinjenna 10/24/21 06:06am Fifth-Wheels
RE: I'm actually in favor of high cancelation fees....

As long as you can just re-reserve immediately, you'll still have scammers. Say I book for August 1-15 on Feb 1st to get past the 6 month out policy. Then in June, I cancel August 1-15 and then immediately reserve August 10-15. It results in the same thing as if I just cancelled the August 1-9 portion. You would need to establish some sort of time delay on the rebooking of that site by the cancellee. That's how it works in Ohio, there is a delay before it gets posted as available. Also on their website if no sites are available they have a button where you can put in your email if anything becomes available, so that gets sent out to however many folks who wanted to be notified of an available site. So you could possibly rebook the same site and you could also get beat out as well.
austinjenna 10/01/21 05:40am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: I'm actually in favor of high cancelation fees....

In the Ohio state parks you cant do that scam anymore since they caught on. You cannot cancel part of your reservation its either all or nothing.
austinjenna 09/29/21 07:41am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Electric bikes !!

We have 2 Aventons, no problems with them and love them. Just heading back from Acadia and up east where we put over 200 miles on them.
austinjenna 06/29/21 05:40am General RVing Issues
RE: TPMS Question

Thanks for the replies. I think I will set the high at 96 and take it from there. For the low I will set at 70
austinjenna 04/24/21 03:42am Technology Corner
TPMS Question

I recently installed a TPMS system and was wondering what the high limit is folks used as compared to what their PSI is. So my trailer tires are at 80 PSI and noticed they went up to 89 PSI on the way home. How much of a rise is there normally in tires so I know what to be able to set the high PSI alarm on? Thanks
austinjenna 04/23/21 05:12pm Technology Corner
RE: Battery Storage between trips

I use a disconnect switch and a 100w panel on the roof to keep them topped off
austinjenna 03/15/21 05:10am Travel Trailers
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