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Old 11-28-2018, 04:38 PM   #15
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I own the same chassis and I've seen a problem or two over the past 13 years and 90,000 miles so I think it's good to give a new person some information.

Do you agree?
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wildmanbaker...

I own the same chassis and I've seen a problem or two over the past 13 years and 90,000 miles so I think it's good to give a new person some information.

Do you agree?
Yes, but sometimes too much information all at once, can overwhelm a New RVer.
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P A 37c converter is 30 amp not 50 am p . at least mine is, has afunny hook-up that allows ac's to run at same time.
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