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I think those little ceramic heaters are better than the furnace.
When I've tried to run the heat in mine the smoke detector goes off :sad:
We spend very little time in the camper, usually come in to watch a movie on the Kindle once it gets dark and then go to sleep.
The factory bike racks are stupidly priced, the same thing is about $80 on Amazon.
We usually camp somewhere with electric, only used the mattress a few times but so far I'm sold.
Odd that I have not used my tent in a while.
Our pop up has heated mattresses.
After a couple nights in the low 40s, I don't think I'd want to be without one again.
With good bedding or sleeping bags you shouldn't need heat at 52 deg.
Used to be like that where I live too, now I lock everything.
My cars used to sit in the driveway with the keys in the switch, I've not had...
I park mine at the far edge of the yard, near the neighbor's house.
Which is next to his dog pen.
His dog barks at anything.
So if anyone tries...
Nope. I thought that too.
Too much trouble I guess.
I know some of the bigger pups have a black tank, ours don't and I'm sort of glad. :p
I'd bet that you burn that drill up trying to open the camper with it.
We usually take the things that we want out of the camper and put them in...
We have two pop ups at the house right now and neither have a switch like that.
You're looking at two separate systems here, the 120V lights have...
I have a 4Runner, so the drive train is similar to the Tacoma.
It tows...ok. Our camper is lighter than yours (2400lbs) and we don't have any...
Mine only has a garden hose size drain.
We don't have a real toilet in the camper, so it just drains the sink.
If you're on city water don't run...
It's not hooked to anything.
Just a plug under the camper and wires that run inside and off to nothing.
I'd need to track them down to see...
Mine is "solar ready" as well.
Has a plug, and wiring that goes nowhere.
Zamp wiring is reverse polarity I believe, so if you use the wiring...
And hopefully they'll make enough noise that you can catch them.
A co worker of mine takes his motorcycle trailer about everywhere with him.
I have 6 cars and 4 bikes.
And a company vehicle.
Sometimes I wonder why.
The stock temp gauges on most new stuff is there for show.
If you want to really keep an eye on things get a Bluetooth dongle for your OBD port...
I had a 2010 Tundra, great truck. Could kick myself for trading it some (most) days.