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RE: Fridge On Propane Battery Amp Hr Draw??? How Much

In my 25 year old Roadtrek the frig runs on gas with no electricity involved. Itg is a 3 way frig. 110v, 12V, and LP. On 12V it will kill my lone battery in half the night. On LP it will run all summer on next to nothing.
bsinmich 07/12/19 01:37pm Beginning RVing
RE: Roadtrek has new owner

I would be very happy about them honoring the existing warranty on the current models. Some people are having problems. My '95D 190V has been out of warranty for a couple years.
bsinmich 04/19/19 07:26am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Full timing for summer

After my wife died I got my 19' Roadtrek after my cleaning lady and her husband took it out for their first night of camping. He is 6'4" and the bed is 5'11". I sold my Mountain Aire to get the RT and am happy with 17mpg. I have 30 gal of fresh water, toilet, shower, water heater, furnace, frig, generator, AC, stove microwave aka jewelry chest, and a TV. I have not used the shower yet but everything else works great. It is a '95 and I paid $12K 4 years ago. My only repair was an alternator a couple years ago and I will buy tires this summer. With the dropped floor there is stand-up room.
bsinmich 02/25/19 06:05pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: 5.2 enough?

I have the 318 in my 190V '95 and it has plenty of power and the good part about it is the 16-18 mpg on the road. I wouldn't call that thirsty or anemic either. I had a 360 i9n an older MH and that was thirsty. The '95 has EFI and is very dependable.
bsinmich 11/23/18 09:57am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: any others dome lights.

The headlight switch wil have a click stop at one end and that will keep the dome light off when you want to sit wioth the doors left open.
bsinmich 11/23/18 09:46am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Class C with a compartment where sewer hose can be left

I have thought of a macerator because I have one on my Roadtrek but most C have their tanks below the floor. I guess I may have to look at a Small A.
bsinmich 09/27/18 11:13am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Newmar quality

Having been RVing since 1969 I have had a wide variety. I had a 2003 Mountain Aire and was very sad when I had to part with it after my DW passed away. We had it 11 years and had been all over the YS and Canada. I would say the ducted AC in a Newmar is the quietest I have ever heard. There was no need to increase TV volume with the AC on. I was stuck in the sun at 101 F one time and we had the most comfortable MH there. Now I use nt Roadtrek and am trying to sell the GMC
bsinmich 09/26/18 07:31pm Class A Motorhomes
Class C with a compartment where sewer hose can be left

I am handicapped and if I have to get down low to hook up a sewer hose I can't get back up without help. I had a macerator installed on my Roadtrek and I can dump everything from my walker. When I had my '03 Mountain aire there was a seperate compartment for water & sewer connection. That worked great until I am left alone and didn't need that large of motorhome.
bsinmich 09/25/18 08:29pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: wrong motorhome

I have had 7 motorhomes and that would apply to 2 of mine. There have been times when there was a 2 year difference when a MH builder bought many chassis and production slowed so they had 2 year old chassis left
bsinmich 09/25/18 08:23pm Class C Motorhomes
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