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Old 10-31-2015, 09:27 AM   #31
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MOCamper, how does it tow with the B&W Companion? Is your truck short or long bed?
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Old 10-31-2015, 09:45 AM   #32
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She tows and rides like a dream on an airplane. I have a long bed. I towed my previous fiver with a short bed 2012 F250 6.7L Powerstroke, and the long bed is worth every penny and pain in the rear it causes. No worries at all. The DRW also is worth it in my opinion, it is like the truck is on rails no lean at all going around the corners and curves. With saying that I would not own DRW if I could not get it into my garage, but when you have a 30x30 garage you have no worries.
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Old 02-05-2016, 10:06 AM   #33
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My wife said she should sell them. She said the stereo is above the tv. I let you guess which one I think is correct.

Here is about the best photos I have found of the 377.
They posted a new one for 2016,

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Old 02-05-2016, 01:16 PM   #34
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They posted a new one for 2016,

One of, if not, my favorite floor plans in a 5er.

I wish you years of enjoyment.
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Old 02-11-2016, 08:02 PM   #36
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Have any of the other 377RLBH found the pair of 8 gauge wires coming from the roof to the basement area for the roof solar "pre-wire"? I took delivery on mine Thanksgiving weekend, I looked a couple times for the wires without success, and with the days getting short and the colder weather upon us, we just buttoned the trailer up for the winter, figuring that we'll start our true "move-in" in the Spring.

I'd like to get my solar system (4-6v golf cart batteries, 2-150W roof panels, inverter, converter, shut-off switches, etc) in place as my first project of the move-in, but to do it successfully, I really need to find those wires!
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I am of the understanding that the wire plug on the roof goes directly to the converter to trickle charge the battery.
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I am of the understanding that the wire plug on the roof goes directly to the converter to trickle charge the battery.
It can't be doing that. It has to go to a solar controller first.
And it's not going to the converter because there isn't an extra lug in there to attach an 8ga wire.

Look at the big bundle of wires between the aluminum joists behind the slide out tool tray. It's most likely with those.
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It can't be doing that. It has to go to a solar controller first.
And it's not going to the converter because there isn't an extra lug in there to attach an 8ga wire.

Look at the big bundle of wires between the aluminum joists behind the slide out tool tray. It's most likely with those.
It does not go to a solar controller and the cable is limited to 20 amps or about 200 watts worth of solar panels.
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???
It goes direct from the panels to the battery?
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