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Old 06-02-2015, 08:36 AM   #225
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Old 07-10-2016, 10:04 PM   #227
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Old 07-11-2016, 12:57 AM   #228
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Top ten items to take in a motor home

By now you must be thoroughly confused. I know I would be. I saw earlier in the reply posts someone suggested 9 women and 1 bottle of Tequila. I would amend that to 1 good woman and 9 bottles of Tequila.
In my experiences unless you have a charm to ward off Murphy's law, all you can bring will mean extra weight because the one thing you need, you won't have. Good luck and happy travels. RV travel is great. You know what happened in the bed the night before.
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1) The Designated Passenger
2) The Pet (her baby)
3) Food (Snacks to eat whilst driving)
4) 2 more Pair of clean under wear (3 total)
5) 2 more pair clean socks
6) Toilet Paper (Betcha forgot about that)
7) Fresh water to drink
8) Coffee cup
9) Money (for fuel)
10) Sheets for the bed
11) Everything else I'll get as the need arises.
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LARGE fire extinguishers! Get a couple! Not those piddly little things that come with the coach, those tiny things just piss the fire off, lol!
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Old 08-21-2016, 08:19 PM   #231
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In hot climates, nothing beats having the windshield cover "on the OUTSIDE". Keeps the heat out!



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When I had my 36' motor yacht I had these on all the windows when we left the marina after a weekend of fun.
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This little device is very useful. It answers all those questions like .... How much is it costing to run the battery charger while in storage? How much does that refrigerator cost to run? Is the generator putting out ideal voltage and frequency? Is the RV park experiencing low voltage right now? If I plug in to a friends house, how much should I offer to pay for the electricity I'm using? Is that new fridge actually using less amps than the old one? And lots more!


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I have one of those and it's really cool. Once we're hooked up to shore power I just plug it into one of the galley wall sockets and I can see at anytime what voltage I have.
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Space is tight in an RV....make your stuff more versatile and do more. With your iPad tablet and this telephoto lens, who needs a traditional camera anymore 😃


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"who needs a traditional camera"
I do. I'm a professional photographer. But I was wondering, how much does your rig weigh? Have you weighed it recently?
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What is the safe water pressure you should run to have ample supply but still be protected ?
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What is the safe water pressure you should run to have ample supply but still be protected ?
40 to 45 works for us.
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Wow all good stuff to carry, I would add a extension cords with a three way or power strip, jack pads, racket straps, and a length of rope, and a hammer. Love wd40, but also like boeshield t9, expensive but works great.
This is much better than a power strip.
https://www.amazon.com/Accell-D080B-...lectrical+cord
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What is the safe water pressure you should run to have ample supply but still be protected ?
Any system in good shape should easily carry 60 psi. My pressure is always set at 60 psi. It gives you a good flow and does not take long to fill a tub or sink. The new poly lines and fittings are good for very high pressures but extreme pressure is not good for faucet seals and ice makers, etc.
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