I have been told I should be able to wire my 95 Chev pickup through the fuse box for lights when used as a toad. Does anyone have any ideas about this. I may just get some magnetic lights and plug them in.
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That is a heavy dinghy. make sure you have the hitch capacity as well as the towing capacity with the RV.
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The pickup weighs in at 5600 lbs. I do have a 6000 lb Stowmaster hitch. Our MH is a 2003 Alpine with 400 Cummins. I am continuing to watch for something a little lighter but for now I am trying to use this.
I was wondering about the installation of diodes and need to do more research on how to install. Yes, my pickup is a 4x4 with manual transfer case. According to what I have read I can just kick transfer case into neutral with ignition on and pull 4 wheels down.. I am also going to look at some braking system.