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RE: A very good reason Not to scrimp on surge protectors.

Went with the Hughes watchdog hardwired on our new 5th wheel. I liked the bluetooth monitor and alerts it sends if there is an issue. I thought about their auto former but we can run a long time without shore power or use the hybrid inverter to boost voltage in load sharing mode. "border=0" For Full-Size Image. "border=0" For Full-Size Image. I'm in the market for one of these. I want to hardwire as you did. I thought the PI EMS50 was the most common choice but the Hughes looks good. Why did you choose it over the Progressive? I was worried about an outboard autoformer being stolen from the pedestal when we were out day-tripping.
obie311 07/20/20 11:07am Fifth-Wheels
beaded cab driver seat??

My 3500HD Chevy Work Truck came with very well designed vinyl front bucket seats. However on an average driving day in the rig (usually about 6 hours) my bony bottom gets a little uncomfortable. Some long distance motorcycle riders swear by beaded seat covers like you see some cab drivers using. I wondered if any of our forum members had a experience (pro or con) with these beaded seats?
obie311 11/14/19 05:33pm Tow Vehicles
dissecting a Lippert Ground Control 3.0 landing leg

I have the electric Lippert GC 3.0 front landing leg that failed on me in Arizona this spring. I have boxed up the motor for a spare as I believe it is OK. I will test it later. I'd like to do an autopsy on the leg to see what failed and also to see if there's any salvageable parts inside. The only possible disassembly point I see is on the top. There's a cotter key retaining a pin that can be driven out on the motor coupling socket. After that I haven't a clue. I've looked for an exploded drawing of the leg to visualize what's inside but no luck with that. Has any of the esteemed members here taken one apart?
obie311 11/04/19 04:29pm Fifth-Wheels
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