Emergency Power ???
I am going back and forth about taking a 4K genny in the back of our pickup on our first big trip with our new 5th wheel.. We just came from an older class A and we did use our genny a couple times... We Do Not dry camp,,, but things happen,,, power outages,, etc... My question is in an emergency,, what kind of battery upkeep can I expect from leaving my pickup hooked up and running to run the 12volt systems in the rv ??? (as in the light cord to the trailer,,, leaving the truck running for short periods if needed) I totally understand AC needs 120 volt.. No biggy.. I'm talking "getting by" as in survival,, furnace, lights, frig... etc... How much power should I expect from the light cord to the trailer ??? This being a 2016 Cougar 5th wheel and a 2015 Diesel Silverado... Thanks.... Monkey
PS and yes I'm aware of engine fumes headed towards the rv... (although you can't smell it on these new ones... I'm talking short term here)
Monkey, pilot of a Great Dane hauler,
2015 Silverado 2500 Duramax/Alison 4x4 CrewCab 2016 Cougar 28SGS