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Old 04-06-2015, 07:07 PM   #1
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Smile Pinnacle 36REQS has been picked up and towed home

Glad to have our unit at home now, and have started to load equipment from the old one and all the new stuff collected over the winter, also a good time to purge some junk. Have towed it over the scale dry and will make another trip real soon to see how heavy the unit is loaded. It will be at it's max on the pin that's for sure. Cant wait to get the party started....without the kids this time..lol
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Old 04-06-2015, 08:44 PM   #2
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Does anyone know if the fridge in the Pinnacle will run on the 12 volts/inverter system while travelling down the road. I know the unit does not run on gas at anytime. Does it always require shore power ? Thanks
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Does anyone know if the fridge in the Pinnacle will run on the 12 volts/inverter system while travelling down the road. I know the unit does not run on gas at anytime. Thanks
Yep. Just turn the power on to the inverter after you get it hooked up and it will keep the fridge running.
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Congrats on a very nice looking rig.
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NICE!! Congrats!
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Old 04-06-2015, 09:14 PM   #6
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Nice looking set-up
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Perfect, so the power button for the inverter is in the monitoring panel box.
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It's beautiful. Congrats
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Airbags on the rear suspension ? Looks a little low in the pic


Could just be the angle I guess
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No bags on her yet, does have a bit of a squat, 2" so far. I will see how it handles in May, I am travelling over the Rockies for a 1800km round trip. So I will see how it pulls and handles in the mountains. May have to install a set before summer. There is an extra leaf installed when the suspension lift was installed, so a bit more than the factory supply.
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