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  1. I set the "salesmen's" switch to the store setting when I store the RV. I don't have any light or additional items on except perhaps the carbon monoxide monitor that is on always on. Not sure what other things could be draining. No appliances such as fridge are on.
  2. I have a 2011 Damon Daybreak (now Thor) with two 6v deep cycle house batteries in series. I have to store the MH in a location with no shore power. I would like to setup a solar system to keep the charge up on the house batteries. I am uncertain as to what wattage is needed to keep the charge up. I have looked at Harbor Freight and there is a kit that opens a 13 Watt set of panels. Also there is a 25 Watt panel and also a set of 4 25 watt panels. A battery charge regulator is available along with assorted cables. Which would likely be adequate to keep the two batteries charged? Final question is would I connect the positive cable to the positive terminal of the first battery and the negative to the negative terminal of the second battery in the series?
  3. I have found a really nice 1991 Jeep Wrangler Renegade that I would like to have to flat tow behind my motorhome. The towing guides don't go that far back. The vehicle has automatic transmission and is of course 4x4. Anyone know if it is towable four down? Also where would I be able to get towing plates for a vehicle this old? Any help would be appreciated. Old toys for old boys, right?
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