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Old 08-19-2012, 08:47 AM   #11
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micron,

When considering if a WDH is required one important thing to consider is the weight rating of your TV's OEM receiver. Confirm that the receiver's "weight carrying mode" limit can handle the 184BH's actual "loaded" weight and the "loaded" tongue weight.

If you have the 13,500 BTU A/C unit, a 2000W generator in most cases won't start it. In many cases ideally one needs a 3,000W genny, but my Yamaha 2400iSHC starts my 13,500 BTU A/C without any problems.

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micron-- whd probably not required but a friction sway bar will keep that warm fuzzy feeling in your stomach in stead of all over you and the dash when a 53footer goes buy at 75mph and real close. Larry
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micron-- wdh probably not required but a friction sway bar will keep that warm fuzzy feeling in your stomach in stead of all over you and the dash when a 53footer goes buy at 75mph and real close. Larry
Yep, what he said^^^^^^^^!
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