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RE: Prolite by Roulette

I have the Prolite Plus S. I have a 3500 tow limit. The S comes in at 1390 empty. It obviously tows like a dream. I visited the factory and was very impressed. I wouldn't advise riding the edge. They have lighter options. But obviously if that isn't the route you want to take, I would advise looking at other tow vehicle options. I have purchased american made for the last 30 years and my last new Jayco drove me over the edge. So with that said, there are other Canadian options. I am thus far extremely pleased with my Prolite and possibly the best RV purchase yet. Good Luck and happy camping!!
rfporzio 02/09/20 12:26pm Travel Trailers
RE: Need help with a Exterior problem

Just move on!! Plenty of fish in the sea. 2012 Tacoma 2018 Prolite Plus S
rfporzio 08/03/19 03:50pm Travel Trailers
RE: Inverter Use

Thanks guys...so My last camper had a 3way fridge. Originally my dealer disconnected the dc operation in fear that I would kill my battery by forgetting to change it over to gas when I might go into a restaurant or whatever. I did have him reconnect it and I absolutely loved running it on dc while running down the road. I had absolutely no trouble at all and never killed my battery. I was vigilant about changing over to gas or electric when it was available. So fast forward. I do have no trouble running on gas down the road and it does function fully. Unfortunately my new fridge only runs a/c - propane. I noticed my fridge plug was so accessible, I figured I would ask here if it could be done before I ordered an inverter. Thanks again for all the responses. 2012 Tacoma 2018 Prolite Plus S
rfporzio 08/02/19 04:03am Travel Trailers
Inverter Use

Hi All, Has anyone tried running their RV fridge on a basic inverter. In my case I have easy access to the plug on my fridge. I would disconnect the plug from the 110v outlet and plug it into an inverter. What size inverter would I need for a 3.7 size Norcold Fridge. I was thinking at least a 750W. 2012 Tacoma 2018 Prolite Plus S
rfporzio 08/01/19 04:25pm Travel Trailers
RE: 2006 Forest River Salem LE 26BHSS

Yes there is a company and I believe the only company that does RV Inspections. They are RVinspection specialists. They are greatI I have used them and was extremely satisfied.
rfporzio 04/13/19 03:11pm Travel Trailers
RE: Too many choices

Have you checked out Taylor Coach?? Talk with Brad before you commit to an American built unit. It may be out of your price point but you won't be disappointed in the build quality. Brad will not sell you anything your truck can't handle Good Luck in your search. 30 years RV'ing and 8 campers.
rfporzio 03/15/19 08:59am Travel Trailers
RE: Recommendations for new Travel Trailer

Taylor Coach out of Ontario Canada. Check out their Web Site. Brad will take care of all your needs and wants in a custom build.
rfporzio 03/14/19 12:57pm Travel Trailers
RE: Your TT pick of the day! Why’s and what’s

My Pick....Of course Taylor Coach out of Ontario Canada!!! Why... Have you taken a close look at what the American RV Industry is pumping out lately???
rfporzio 03/14/19 12:53pm Travel Trailers
RE: narrowing down our TT manufacturer and models

Hands down....Taylor Coach out of Ontario Canada. Talk with Brad Taylor. I've owned campers for over 30 years and have had the privilege of owning all the American made junk out there. Check out their web site and Brads many Youtube videos. You will never look at another American made product again. Good luck and Happy Camping. BTW..who else feels so secure in their build quality that they offer you a full 4 year warranty. If you do go American...Call RV Inspection Specialists for your Pre-Delivery Inspection and walk through. And by all means Do Not Shop Price!! Find a Dealer with the Highest Customer Service ratings in regards to their Service Department.
rfporzio 03/14/19 12:46pm Travel Trailers
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