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It’s a very good tow vehicle for anything under 6000lbs. I bet it would be fine for double that
Im going to largely disagree with most of the advice here, with a caveat: it’s expensive to do right
I have a shed that I use as a woodworking...
A few years ago, when our son was just about to turn 1, we drove down to South Carolina from Montreal
end of day 1, we had a blowout.
Looks like the Fleetwood Avalon
Good to know there are still options when my Arcadia goes. Not too many highwalls anymore
I just did away with them on my Fleetwood Arcadia (Near twin of the highwall Niagara)
I like to hang wire baskets from the aluminum rail, so...
Italian mocha pot (stovetop espresso) and small Nespresso machine
Inverter can easily handle the Nespresso and the solar gets the battery level...
I have 700 watts of solar panels (300w on roof and 400w of suitcases) and 510ah (6.5kWh) of LifePo4 batteries (and another 220ah worth...
Nobody ever gave me grief over my old 1998 Coleman Santa Fe, and they certainly haven't mentioned anything with my 2007 Fleetwood...
We did add an Andersen WDH though
We have an Arcadia and tow it with a Volvo XC90 (similar rating) for 2000 miles each way. No issues and we love the space
Hmmm. Looks like a Bonair or a Lionel but I’ve never seen a front crank
Maybe if there was a photo ;)
I’m 6’4 and it never crossed my mind to sleep any other way than with us both having our feet into the trailer.
It’s wide enough that I get a...
Most cars can’t reach with the bed extended.
Beyond that, I’d still put down the jack so as to bounce less.
Really, just practice. It’s not so bad
Technically, it’s momentary amps. Running that load for an hour will consume 7ah (amp hours) at 12v. This assumes 100% efficiency.
Using a dc...