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Old 07-07-2014, 04:36 AM   #21
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silveradoboomer, do you have the bedroom A/C? We are looking at the 2015 Pinnacle and wonder how noisy the bedroom A/C is. Is your Chevy a dually?
Do you have the residential frig? I've seen a post talking about running the battery down after 1 night of dry camping.
Yes I have the bedroom air. At night we usually turn the fan to low speed, but the high speed really did not bother me. You will want the the second air regardless if you plan to go where it is hot.

I do not have a residential frig, but I doubt it would last much longer than that. I think someone pulling a Cedar Creek told me they could get two days. The RV type mine has runs on propane while I am pulling then switches to electric when I hook up on auto (no fuss).

No dually on my truck. Pulls fine. The paper work shows a Z85 suspension on my truck. The hitch was changed to a 20K Reese slide at the dealer.

You will love that big RV. Try to get auto level. So Easssssyyyyy.
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Old 07-08-2014, 06:33 AM   #22
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We have the bedroom ac in our 33.5RETS. Noise is tolerable. We like white noise when we are sleeping anyway as it cuts out all the outside noise. Us retirees sometimes like to sleep pretty late! Don't use it all the time but it is nice to know it is there. Nothing like trying to sleep() when it is just too hot in the bedroom.

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Old 07-08-2014, 10:57 AM   #23
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HINT on: Running bedroom A/C at night.

What we do is run the rear A/C at night and since A/C is ducted we are cool and quiet.

During the day we do the opposite...unless it is REALLY HOT.

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