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  1. Just had a blue ox system installed on my ford f150 total cost $2,645. Installed into rv receiver hitch and on the road again!
  2. Protest the charge to your credit card company. I bought 2 bikes at the last Perry GA rally and CW billed me twice. I called American Express to protest the charge and was told CW would have 30 days to respond and if they did not the charges would be removed. CW did not respond so all the charges were dropped . So I won!
  3. Thanks, I got signed up yesterday their on line page had been down for maintenance.
  4. Do you have to call FMCA to enroll in roadside rescue? I see no way to do it online.
  5. As far as slides are concerned, in my opinion slides on older coaches pre 06 are more robust and dependable especially on a Tiffin. Thats just my 2 cents worth.
  6. Think travel direction of coach not travel direction of jacks. You can thank me later😊
  7. Had a very similar issue the shift inhibit lite keep coming on. Turned out to be a bad ecm. Good luck
  8. Leave your main breaker on and disconnect from the power source and see if the 20amp reading remains. If so and with no inverter you are getting a false reading.
  9. I would suggest the trimetric system as mention above to really get a handle on what's going on. Well worth the price and actually gives you %charge and amps going in to your batteries and amps going out.
  10. Installed the Fusion 3.0 RV kit, my receive dbm improved from 113 dbm to 89 dbm. This now allows us to stream movies which we could not do before. So far so good and I got a 15% discount through FMCA. Anixous to see how it preforms at other locations.
  11. Anyone tried one of the Cellboster.us kits offered on Tech Connect. Looking for one in the 4 to $500.00 range. Just seeking some guidance here.
  12. If your Onan is powered by a Kawasaki, you probably have the only one.
  13. Double check to verify you have them wired correctly. Four 6v batteries should be wired 2 in series then the other two in series. then the two sets wired in parallel to provide your required 12v. Good luck
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