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RE: replacement of catalytic converter

Most exhaust shops would have a generic cat replacement.
enblethen 08/24/19 11:19am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Charging cable????

2 conductor brake cable would be a good choice.
enblethen 08/23/19 09:22pm Tech Issues
RE: Hooking up to a well

What does voltage have to do with the OP's setup? He has an electrical service and is not running off the rig.
enblethen 08/23/19 08:02pm Full-time RVing
RE: Hooking up to a well

The well may already have a pump in it! OP: what is your information about the well?
enblethen 08/23/19 06:27pm Full-time RVing
RE: Hooking up to a well

You would connect the same way as if you were in an RV park. Now lets go with some concerns. If you have a well setup that requires a pressure tank, get install before connecting. If you have a variable speed submersible pump, you are better off. The pump will turn to provide water closer to what the rig's is require for the number of faucets. Get a good quality pressure regulator. Connect it to the water spigot. When the pump with pressure tank runs it could have pressure switch setting too high for your RV.
enblethen 08/23/19 12:56pm Full-time RVing
RE: Shore works ATS in and out on Gen power

Many Generacs are belt driven generators. They use a vertical shaft motor tied to a vertical shaft generator. I was surprised that the 7.5 are, I knew that the smaller ones were.
enblethen 08/22/19 10:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 12V DC Wiring Under Couch Fleetwood

I would put a post on the camping world form! You should be able to get wiring diagram through Fleetwood RV website.
enblethen 08/21/19 07:28pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: British Columbia, Canada

Our Good Neighbors to the North have some well kept campgrounds and highways. They are much more friendly to most of us southerns. OP: you may want to get an Alaska Milepost. It has many of the major highways through BC leading to Alaska with information on campgrounds. While you are north of the border think about visiting Jasper and the Icefields Highway.
enblethen 08/21/19 06:49pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: British Columbia, Canada

Several years ago we stayed here Coquihalla campsite It is just outside of Hope.
enblethen 08/21/19 05:03pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Shore works ATS in and out on Gen power

That is great news!
enblethen 08/21/19 02:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Advice for newbies

I use many federal campgrounds. The America the Beautiful Pass, Senior edition, gives at least fifty per cent off on campgrounds. Many of the Corp of Engineers, and some National Forest Campgrouns have limited hook ups. Passport America didn't work for us as there is many restrictions of when it can be used. I still use and older version of Microsoft Streets and Trips, old version of Trailer Life Directory and RV Plan N Go. Our Rand McNally GPS has many campgrounds in it. Works very well for us. uscampgrounds.info works good for government type campgrounds. Plan you trips away from interstate highways and you will find many out of the way places. Plans on getting off the road early on holiday weekends. We tryto find a place on thursdays and don't leave until tuesday after the holiday.
enblethen 08/21/19 01:16pm Beginning RVing
RE: 6 diode isolation with Invisibrake System

Yes, the Suzuki battery stays connected. Power from the MH could backfeed into the toad'c computer system. The six diode setup should prevent it. Since different companies recommend same set up it must work.
enblethen 08/20/19 09:37pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Shore works ATS in and out on Gen power

Yes, be careful!
enblethen 08/20/19 09:09pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Shore works ATS in and out on Gen power

Reading on the one that drops to 1.024 volts is on output of genset breaker has issues. One volt would mean it is going open!
enblethen 08/20/19 06:37pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Shore works ATS in and out on Gen power

It is possible that the 50 amp main circuit breaker could have failed. Some of them are magnetic operation. This could cause the slow recovery. Circuit breaker
enblethen 08/20/19 07:42am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Shore works ATS in and out on Gen power

At what location? I suggested doing it at the junction box at the genset.
enblethen 08/19/19 04:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Shore works ATS in and out on Gen power

Did you put any load on it? If you did then it sounds like a bad wire between genset and transfer switch.
enblethen 08/19/19 03:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Shore works ATS in and out on Gen power

No! connect the white and red, then white and black! each should have 120 volts AC. Previous test does not eliminate possibility of a bad wire! Make sure it is her new hair dryer!
enblethen 08/19/19 02:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How High???

I would not go with what is in a brochure. Options may have been added!
enblethen 08/19/19 02:05pm General RVing Issues
RE: Shore works ATS in and out on Gen power

Before getting new wire, do a load test with short wire to see if genset will hold. Carefully wire a female cord body onto the genset output. Plug some device into it and see what happens. You could test conductivity by using vehicle frame.
enblethen 08/19/19 12:10pm Class A Motorhomes
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