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    Lk Havasu City, Az
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  1. I used to use them, not always smooth. Had better luck with balance beads.
  2. They might be for two different purposes. I would think if you reduce the volume of air by what looks to be half, it would produce a harder ride because of less volume of air that compresses.
  3. I have used Tire Minder for many years.
  4. I live in Arizona and just renewed my for 5 years. Its a 98 36ft Discovery and the cost was $398 including the $25/yr fee for personalized plate.
  5. Fill to 90 psi before you move.
  6. If I had your coach I would go with Liquid Springs. Absolutely the finest ride and handling second to none.
  7. I wouldn't put any money into it. Change it out for a residential fridge. Works much better.
  8. Some states require windshields have no cracks. I don't like the repairs they do to chips. I had one repaired on my car and it was not in the line of vision but above. Bright Az sun ray was reflected like a mirror and blinded me. The odds of that happening are slim but it did happen.
  9. The single 12 volt 100 amp Battle Born battery is the same foot print as the 6 volt AGM so you can install 2 in the same space.
  10. We use the weather app on our iPhone to get the latest info and they send us warning of bad weather in our area such as rain or flooding. Our phones are on 24/7 so we always hear the warning sounds.
  11. There are several reasons that batteries go dead. A current draw or moisture on the top of the batteries or bad battery. Batteries should be kept clean and dry.
  12. Have the alignment checked and like Herman asked how old are the tires. Chances are they will need to be replaced sometime soon. I have had wear like that and it was the toe-in adjustment.
  13. A friend from New Hampshire was visiting and needed a windshield replaced. I had him call RV Glass Solutions. They set it up with a local installer here in Lk Havasu City, Az. The name of the installer is Scott and his company is Pro Auto Glass, Inc. 928-486-6823. I watched him from start to finish and he is very knowledgeable and skillful in replacing the glass. If you need a replacement and are in the area I recommend him.
  14. It depends on which refrigerator. Residential with 4 lithium 100 amp batteries and a small pure sine wave inverter I would think 800 watts solar with a MPPT charge controller. You will need sunlight every day for it to work.
  15. If you expect to boon dock with a 120 volt/propane you will need a large bank of batteries and inverter and the charge will only last for hours on 120 volt because of the high current draw. If you run it on propane it uses 12 volt and that could last for days depending on your battery capacity.
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