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rfsod48

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    Michigan
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    2005 fleetwood Bounder 38N
    2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited
  • I travel
    With pets
    Part-time

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  1. Ken, I currently use a system similar to what you are describing. I have the Blue Ox system with the Patriot and tow a Grand Cherokee which set up to tow the way you describe. You do plug the Patriot into the tow vehicle in the center console plug but we generally tow 2-3 days without starting the Jeep with no problems. By that time we like to go out to eat and it is easier to unhook. The Patriot is connected to a breakaway cable and there is a monitor by the driver in the MH, if there is a breakaway it will activate the Jeep’s brakes.
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    Generator or inverter

    We will be leaving next week. That is what we do, hopefully can do this by Nashville.
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    Generator or inverter

    Thanks all for the replies
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    Generator or inverter

    Just want to run Mobley for wifi and Garmin. Some of our plugs work off alternator but need a few others which are on 12 volt system. I think the coach furnaces run off alternator. When we need air I run generator.
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    Generator or inverter

    We are about ready to start our winter migration which brings up this question? Normally we run generator to have full electric in the coach as we travel, could we turn on inverter and have full electric without the generator as we are driving? I know generator doesn’t burn much fuel but a savings is a savings.
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    Truck washes for our coaches

    I have also used Blue Beacon. If you use them or any other wash be sure to tell them not to spray the coach vents for refrigerator.
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    Jeep "death wobble"

    The problem with the Cherokee is the electric steering.
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    Texas home

    Kerrville is an area we will check out, close to big city but far enough away.
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    Texas home

    We have the same saying in Michigan, wait ten minutes and the weather will change. The Great Lakes have a dramatic effect on our weather.
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    Texas home

    We have found most all Texans to be friendly, just some are richer than most and a little less likely to be as friendly. We do not like high humidity which leaves out Gulf coast and Florida. We know Hill country will be hot but we can deal with that better than Michigan winter.
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    use of front bra cover

    My mh came with one, I never have used.
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    use of front bra cover

    What is the advice on using a bra cover while traveling and parked in campground? Yes/no?
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    Texas home

    Thanks Byron. That is our plan also, do not like winter.
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    Texas home

    Thanks Herman and Mike! We are coming down this January and plan to start our search. We are expecting 3” of snow tomorrow so outdoor time will be limited now. I can tolerate heat better than cold and for my wife, she is indoors most of the time.
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    Texas home

    My wife and I are considering making a move to Texas, her disability is becoming an issue which is leading us to sell our MH. We want to leave Michigan because the weather. We realize that Texas summers are hotter and that brings up the question where would you live in Texas full time? Hill country or west Texas? We would not want to live in a large city. Thanks for any imput.
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