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Old 02-20-2015, 09:25 AM   #11
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.....Standard on the Baja's
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Old 02-20-2015, 11:39 PM   #12
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The axle flip would essentially make it the same height as a Baja I take it.

Thanks for the info!
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Yesterday we bought the 184BH Baja Edition TT. We chose this because we like to boondock at our property. We had the dealer add a solar panel and deep cycle batteries. I cannot answer about the AC capabilities. All I can say is that it blew really cold air on our pre inspection - but it is February. Also, I would add the stabilizers. You will be glad you did on your trip. I would look at features that can be added to fit your camping style.

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Yesterday we bought the 184BH Baja Edition TT. We chose this because we like to boondock at our property. We had the dealer add a solar panel and deep cycle batteries. I cannot answer about the AC capabilities. All I can say is that it blew really cold air on our pre inspection - but it is February. Also, I would add the stabilizers. You will be glad you did on your trip. I would look at features that can be added to fit your camping style.

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Old 09-07-2015, 11:51 AM   #15
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My 145RB is very close to your 154BH. The 8,000 btu wall A/C is more than enough for a small TT. And it runs on a small generator or house circuit when the roof A/C will not. I got the front stabilizer jacks also and do not regret. Added a Vortex fan to the bath vent; 12 volt power was only inches away at the bath light.
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