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Just picked up second Toy Hauler which is a 2021 XLR 43’. Have been considering the WINEGARD TravLer SK-SWM3 system but was worried about new wholes on the topside and figured fishing the Coax would be a pain the A$$. Anyway, installing vent covers today and saw a plate that was sealed with factory caulk but the plate said “WINEGARD coax cable located under this plate”. So now my mind is working. Has anyone seen this from the factory? If so, Are all of the needed coax cables under this plate? Is it better to mount forward or aft? Does the WINEGARD TravLer need multiple lines or a single Coax? Is the “juice worth the squeezing ” for this product? In other words is it worth the hassle? We currently have the WINEGARD Carryout which is OK but I’ve been told the larger system has a better chance of getting signal when the smaller unit I have does not. Any and all help is greatly appreciated.
JHblack 10/08/20 08:31pm Fifth-Wheels
Yamaha NPS 5500kw generator

Will pick up our new 5th Wheel toy hauler this week. Was told that generator is a brand new Yamaha NPS 5500KW. I can’t find any info out there on this geny. Do any of you in RV land have any INTEL? ONAN was on spec sheet but dealer says this is a better option over the ONAN. When dealer says it’s a better option, my BU** Sh~~ detector goes into overdrive.
JHblack 07/26/20 09:25am Tech Issues
RE: A very good reason Not to scrimp on surge protectors.

I have read almost all of the Threads regarding this original post. I have decided what style (Portable) and MAKE/MODEL to purchase for our new 5ver Toy Hauler. Seeing that it is a 50 AMP service and I am choosing to go with portable route as opposed to a direct wire, for security reasons, Has anyone here ever "correctly spliced" a portable Surge Protector into your their 50A cord and make it all one piece? Without dealing with the manufacturers "lawyer Answer" would this cause any unwanted electrical concerns? I've even considered that it may void a warranty. Serious Thoughts Please. Thank you in advance
JHblack 07/17/20 07:15am Fifth-Wheels
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