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    •   No disagreement here at all. What I was commenting on is the really large systems designed to run your a/c and all of the things you would have in a stick house, compared to the power conserving systems that are more common. I don't see the demand for is the huge systems like that Newmar one. I used to be in the "get off where nobody else is" group when I was younger and I somewhat envy some of the systems that are becoming more common. It used to be that the only way to remote places was with a tent. I'd buy that Newmar if I could afford it but I can't. What I wrote was taken wrong as my point was that I laugh when the owner of one of those rigs talks about saving money. The justification is in getting away, not saving money. 
    • So many variables. Determine your specs and do the math particularity pin weight which is part of Carry capacity. Yes the dually can be a pain in the butt but we have one because we needed one.
    • Steve, in Texas an air brake endorsement is a CDL thing. On a Class A DL (not CDL) there is no air brake restriction added. Spencer, you will be fine in your pick-up and trailer combination as long as (previously mentioned) your combination has an ACTUAL weight or  a gvwr of 26,001 lbs or greater AND the trailer has a ACTUAL weight or gvwr of 10,000lbs or more. Registered weight has no bearing on DL's. I could register my smart car for 80,000lbs but wouldn't need a Class A to drive it.
    • Mornin Al,  for the record I HATE BROCOLI  lol  but support those who do like it SUCH AS MY FIRST WIFE  Keep warm its been a bit nippy here in central Florida brrrrrrrrrrrrr  John T           Not a fan of spinach either lol and my own "personal choice" (while respecting other choices)  is that batteries be located in places OTHER THEN living space air/environment,  but feel free to put them any darn place is fine by me...........Heck just because I wouldn't "choose" to put house batteries (any type) under my bed don't mean that may not be the absolute safest place (which I doubt) possible ?????????
    • Your first sentence is the key.  My wife uses the water in the door at our S&B all the time.  I never do.  The ice maker for the S&B broke years ago, but I'm not getting a new fridge just for that.  The residential unit in the 5er has an ice maker and we use it all the time.  She is very happy with the residential unit in lieu of an RV fridge.  I like it, too.  Fewer trips to the grocery store now, and it works/cools much better than the rv fridge.  Not to mention, a residential fridge can be a lot than an rv fridge.  The pain seems to be fitting one in the rv fridge space.  I do not believe in "happy wife, happy life", but I do believe you both will be satisfied with a residential fridge.
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