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Old 01-28-2016, 10:23 AM   #11
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We will be living by lake Travis in ours. Hopefully camping all over Texas throughout the year, figuring out where we are going to live. I'm going to go ahead on the pump. Thanks!
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Old 01-28-2016, 10:31 AM   #12
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We will be living by lake Travis in ours. Hopefully camping all over Texas throughout the year, figuring out where we are going to live. I'm going to go ahead on the pump. Thanks!

Good call!
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Old 01-28-2016, 05:00 PM   #13
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We have the heat pump. It works good to 40deg sometimes lower depending on sun/humidity etc.

We didn't get the residential fridge because we travel a lot and everyone I talked to said it would run 4-8hrs on the battery's. We even have the generator but I don't want to run it all the time for one appliance.

It probably holds more, but we can put a week or mores worth of grocery's in our gas/electric one.
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I recommend the awning toppers as well. We just had 36 inches of snow and then warming and refreezing and they keep the slides clean and dry.
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Already got those, but thank you.
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We didn't get the residential fridge because we travel a lot and everyone I talked to said it would run 4-8hrs on the battery's. .
JAYCO said 14-18 hrs and if your on the road the TV keeps the batteries charged. We've never had to run the geny for the fridge and we've pulled it about 15,000 miles so far. You have to remember the compressor does not run constantly.
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