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RE: National Parks and Trailer Length - What do you recommend?

I agree with JimK-NY: Get the smallest rig you feel reasonably comfortably in IF you prefer, as I do, NPs, NFS, COE & BLM campgrounds. Get solar, too. If you like RV parks in towns, get a bigger rig. The OP is correct that a truck or SUV and small, lightweight travel trailer is the best bang for the buck. +1; when we bought our new MH went as short as possible for what we wanted. It's 25 ft the smallest NP CG we have been in it with was Guadeloupe mtn. Parked the JKU at right angle to RV just fit at 29 ft total.
scrubjaysnest 08/18/18 04:35pm Beginning RVing
RE: Grill guard

When we went to Alaska didn't have a grill guard, also didn't need it there. Later added one as the best solution for adding a winch mount.
scrubjaysnest 08/01/18 02:25pm Truck Campers
RE: A/C keeps tripping from noon till dusk

Check incoming voltage from the park. Guarantee you will find a low voltage situation. This is a good place to start. Low supply voltage, brown out conditions, can lead to early breaker failure. Low voltage can also lead to compressor over heating and the high temp protection tripping the breaker. A weak starting capacitor will also give these symptoms. Sometimes a hard starting kit is the answer. Check voltage and current as other suggested. There is also an outside chance the compressor is getting ready to fail.
scrubjaysnest 07/23/18 09:58am Travel Trailers
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