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Old 04-14-2014, 06:33 PM   #21
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Old 04-14-2014, 08:20 PM   #22
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A giant roll is automatically added to all my tool boxes. Wish I owned Duck Tape stock!!

Let's see a roll is in my: workshop, truck tool box, car tool box, camper tool box, boat tool box, motorcycle tool box, in the garage, and my wife's garden box. Think that just about covers it. Ha.
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I bought a cordless impact driver for my old trailer ,that I used to raise and lower my manual stabilizers.(My new TT also has manual cranks so guess what?) ,I can lower and raise them quicker than my friend with his electric. also saves muscles. I love it
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A giant roll is automatically added to all my tool boxes. Wish I owned Duck Tape stock!!

Let's see a roll is in my: workshop, truck tool box, car tool box, camper tool box, boat tool box, motorcycle tool box, in the garage, and my wife's garden box. Think that just about covers it. Ha.
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Old 09-02-2014, 09:14 PM   #26
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I keep a detailed list of "travel prep" items on my smart phone and it's very easy to open the app and walk around our trailer and perform each task. Just an idea.
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I keep a detailed list of "travel prep" items on my smart phone and it's very easy to open the app and walk around our trailer and perform each task. Just an idea.
That's a great idea, thanks.
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Old 09-16-2014, 03:17 PM   #28
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I just bought a 2015 Jayco greyhawk 31FS. Been doing a lot of reading, have not gone out on the road. In the Command Center there's an Inverter with a green button. I can't find anything in the owners manuel about the Inverter. What does the inverter do and how do I use it, when do I turn it on and when do I turn it off? Thank you in Advance
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Old 09-16-2014, 06:10 PM   #29
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Your inverter runs your 12v system, lights,fans. It is powered by your 120v sys when your plugged into a power supply. Your green light is your indicator that tells you it's on,you don't turn it off its automatic. Your wall plugs as you would have in a house are 120v.
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Old 09-17-2014, 09:08 AM   #30
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Thanks Much Bulldog. I'm trying to get all of my thoughts together (after the orientation and reading of the manuals) to put together a step by step check list from when I park my RV at a campsite, to breaking down and departing a campsite. I guess once I hit the road and arrive at a campsite and go though the drill of setting up and then taking down, it will become easier. But until then....... I will still need to get my check list together. Thanks again,

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