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RE: CBC radio

There is no separate CB channel just for RVers..There use to be, and still technically is. Channel 13, and some RVers still use it. Just like Channel 9 is the emergency channel and 11 is the calling channel.
wny_pat 04/09/22 03:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Which battery for small travel trailer

Oh, should have mentioned that you need to run a 6 gauge service connection from your pick-up's battery to the rear of your pickup bed. Here you will need a Anderson connecter to be able to disconnect from your trailer's cconnector going to the charger. Any place that specializes in Pickup trucks should be able to install one for you. Stay far away RV dealers for this installation! Places that do off road installations would be far better.
wny_pat 08/16/21 12:46pm Travel Trailers
RE: Which battery for small travel trailer

No, they are not waterproof!!! They are water resistant to a point. They have to be mounted vertically on a non-flammable surface, with the power terminals facing downwards. I'm mounting mine in a "ventlated" box. Something to keep direct water spray from saturated the unit. They are rated to IP43 protection When installed with the screw terminals oriented downwards. IP43 is Protected from water spray less than 60 degrees from vertical. I am installing mine in a waterproof junction box rated at IP65 - Protected from low pressure water jets from any direction. Found it at I have a Scamp 19, similar to a small fifth wheel. I am mounting mine on the front outside fiberglass wall. I would like to mount mine upside down on the loft over the pick up bed and am awaiting comments from their dealer. Your charger should be mounted as close to the trailer batteries as possible.
wny_pat 08/16/21 12:05pm Travel Trailers
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