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Old 02-03-2015, 10:44 AM   #21
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I would recommend going with a 50amp just if you ever get a different RV.I got my box at Lowes so probably not much difference.
As to an outside 110 outlet,I have 2 on my rv so when I need one out at the rv cover its already there.We keep ours plugged in unless luck has it and we are towing down the road.

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Old 02-03-2015, 11:25 AM   #22
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If you feel comfortable you will not need the 50 amp I would just run the 30 amp line and a 20 amp line. Huge difference in cost to install a 50 amp line.

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Old 04-05-2015, 08:22 PM   #23
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Thanks for all the reviews/opinions on the power box.

My GH is parked close to my 24x24 storage shed which has electrical power to it with a separate fuse/breaker panel in the shed itself and has some empty slots for expansion. I have several electrical outlets installed around the exterior walls, some lights and a ceiling fan installed upstairs which runs during the summer time (all 15-20amp breakers). I have a small fridge in the shed that runs year round, and then my boat has a 6ampx2 bank charger that is usually plugged in. Is it safe to install a 30amp breaker in this same fuse panel and run the necessary wiring out to make a power pedestal for the MH? I believe the fuse panel is rated for 100amp service.

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