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RE: Is this doable or am I overlooking something??

We've also been doing this for years. We installed a separate plug ( From the plug we ran romex cable to an interior wall switch. Then we run an extension cord goes from that separate plug to the pedestal 15 amp outlet. We plug our space heater into that wall switch. That puts the heater on a dedicated circuit and runs independently from all appliances in the RV. Never had a problem. If a pedestal doesn't have a 15 amp plug (nearly all do, tho), we use a 30amp to 15amp dogbone to adapt to the extension cord. DW also uses that plug to run her hair dryer as that draws a lot of amperage.
stallsmi 01/18/21 10:05am Tech Issues
RE: Another dog food recall

Thanks for posting!
stallsmi 12/31/20 10:19am RV Pet Stop
RE: Coachmen Freedom Express 292BHDS Liberty Edition

We have a 2015 Freedom Express Liberty (322 RLDS). After a few years, we finally got things fairly squared away. But quality really lacked, we replaced 2 air conditioners, one water pump, fixed numerous leaks, had our black tank just fall out of the trailer, slide outs leaked, tv was mis-wired, radio did not work, etc., etc. Bottom line: check it out thoroughly (and maybe do a trail camping trip before buying).
stallsmi 08/15/20 10:26am Travel Trailers
RE: RV sheets

Amazon and other places have adjustable bed sheets we've used with success. They use drawstrings and velcro to adjust the sizes. We got ours from
stallsmi 06/04/20 10:32am Class A Motorhomes
RE: I-40 traverse from Asheville, NC to Gatlinburg, Tn

It depends on your tow vehicle. But we've travelled that route a few times with our 32' travel trailer and F250. No problems if you take your time and expect to go slower on some steep inclines.
stallsmi 05/01/20 10:30am Roads and Routes
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