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Old 01-11-2016, 09:54 PM   #11
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Hey Tom, why not add a Viair system to your truck. I like the inverter idea regardless, but our onboard compressor / tank is mounted in the tool box with QD on the running board. That way, always with the truck / camper. Carry a 50' hose which reaches everything.

Because I already have a compressor, and I'm too frugal to buy the viair.
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Old 01-11-2016, 09:55 PM   #12
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Mods to 377 RLBH?

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You could simply just join into the output wire on the inverter and add a plug in the basement for your compressor. SMALL COMPRESSOR

Yeah it's a small 110v compressor
http://m.lowes.com/pd/Fini-1-2-HP-1-...essor/50192315
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Old 01-11-2016, 10:00 PM   #13
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I think if you did that you would need a fuse or breaker on that line to the plug.
Just to be safe.

9.5 Amps is pretty heavy... Nothing else should be running on the inverter. I'm iffy if it would even start up. You should have a 1500watt inverter to run that.
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Good idea. Didn't think of that
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Tire Pressure Monitoring System.

Can really save you some aggravation getting wheel well and\or body panel repairs when the tires fail catastrophically, at a minimum. And worse case scenario, save your life should you lose control of the trailer and or TV.

Most systems allow the monitoring on the TV and the RV.
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My factory kitchen faucet in my NP 375bhfs is a real pain.

It seems that the handle moves around quite a bit while underway, which in turn causes any remaining water to leak all over the kitchen island and subsequently all over the floor.

Are they easily replaced with a more heavy duty model?
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Old 01-12-2016, 05:36 AM   #17
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Tire Pressure Monitoring System.



Can really save you some aggravation getting wheel well and\or body panel repairs when the tires fail catastrophically, at a minimum. And worse case scenario, save your life should you lose control of the trailer and or TV.



Most systems allow the monitoring on the TV and the RV.

Yes. I already have TST 507
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Old 01-12-2016, 05:40 AM   #18
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My factory kitchen faucet in my NP 375bhfs is a real pain.

It seems that the handle moves around quite a bit while underway, which in turn causes any remaining water to leak all over the kitchen island and subsequently all over the floor.

Are they easily replaced with a more heavy duty model?

Very easy to replace. I've changed the faucet on every camper I've owned. It's about a 10 minute job...30 if it's your first time
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Fantastic. Another question then.

Can I simply go to a big box like Lowes, and purchase a "single hole" faucet? I assume it doesn't have to be RV specific?
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Yes...I'm getting mine from there. The Rv faucets are junk and they are too low
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