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RE: DC to DC charger Question

So if I want to only charge the house I can seperate the chassis cable from the Bim225 and insert the positive to the chassis cable and pick up a ground from the house battery shunt? Would it be possible to then hook an on off switch between bim chassis terminal and the positive and leave it in the off position till a boost would be needed? I would instal a 120v battery maintainer on the chassis battery to prevent depleting it due to parasitic loads during camping.
Jay58 02/09/22 06:41am Class A Motorhomes
DC to DC charger Question

Can someone explain the difference in isolated to non-isolated chargers :h
Jay58 02/08/22 10:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1998 Holiday Rambler Vacationer? 13k Is it worth it?

Jay58 01/28/22 10:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Safety Steer-plus

Weigh coach 4 corners to get proper tire pressure add saf-T-pluss next then if needed add rear trac bar. We did not need Trac bar drives like a town car. One handed.
Jay58 01/10/22 10:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Battery wiring question

Yes really. To each their own. Ok 18inch each. This is only to join the positive and negative terminal to create the battrry bank. 4/0 or 2/0 ?
Jay58 12/29/21 06:26pm Class A Motorhomes
Battery wiring question

When hooking up batteries together (lithium) to make a bank of 2 - 12v and in a year 2 more with the goal of 20 in 2 years What size welding wire would one use to reduce loss. Keeping in mind all same length
Jay58 12/29/21 02:48pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Reseal roof on class A

Be SURE to follow the instructions for EternaBond,,,, Clean well, prime if required and DO NOT Strech the tape. Use a roller to assure proper contact. I have had a 96 HR Endeavor which had First Owner applied Eternabond which was still good a year ago when I sold it. (1996 to 2019) The prep is always the determining factor. Do It once and leave it alone.
Jay58 10/22/21 09:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tire spray protection ... what do you prefer ?

As I understand tires are made from petroleum products and rubber. The plasticizer used to keep the rubber flexible is a petroleum product. the UV and non movement are the two biggest factors in shortening a tires life. How can a petrolium product hurt a petrolium product Do what you will but a UV protectant is crucial. I for one use the 303 once a month. (JMHO)
Jay58 10/22/21 08:57pm Class A Motorhomes
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