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Old 03-14-2013, 12:30 AM   #29
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That rig had a 4kw generator in it from factory I think. Be plenty for a 30 amp. RV.
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LOL.. now you throw the word "amp" into our conversation and now I'm confused, sorry I am truly electrical illiterate
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4000 watt, 30 amp, 115 volt gen set is what you most likely need. Google it and educate yourself.
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I did google and try to educate myself but wasn't successful so that's when I downloaded this app!
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Old 03-14-2013, 01:54 AM   #33
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RV for Dummies at local book store is a good book.
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Old 03-14-2013, 08:26 AM   #35
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I see very few A's at the TN state parks even though I see 30 ft TT's and 5th wheels. Is it the height, or narrow roads, or other factors?
We just upgraded from a 28' TT to a 40' A and are looking to hit some of the parks in and around TN. We've found that we prefer COE (Corps of Engineer) parks, possibly because of the higher clearances.

Also, some of the state parks (not just in TN) have length restrictions, so we automatically exclude them. That may be the primary reason you don't see so many A's.

Glad to see another TN family out and about.
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