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WiFi, Satellite, Cell Phone and other ways to get connected.

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    • As Kirk said.  If air inside coach is 90 F then discharge should be around 70 f. Of course as temps fall in coach, temp out of unit will drop also. So 80 F in coach will be 60 f out of vents. Outside ambient temps play a small factor, but if condenser is clean and straight cooling fins, and blower is blowing correctly, you should have the 20 degree drop inside. Most RV's have a lot of windows and poor insulation, and some are even painted dark colors which will absorb heat. Once it gets in the mid 90's here in South Texas, I am happy if my two 15000 btu roof units maintain 78 F.
    • US 50 is an enjoyable drive and I never saw a Flatlander freak out in the first 100 miles. Monarch Pass fine your gear and settle in. Nothing like Colo 139 Be healthy Clay
    • I brought a pair in 2018 from TransAmerican Auto Parts Compton CA with a years warranty. I didn't made a year or 15,000 miles before it started leaking. Original shocks on the truck are the same part number, so no substitute was made. And no replacement warranty was ever received. Just out of stock. Just like GY and tires, you don't take discounts as adjustment on thread separation will be greater. Nothing finally a statement saying adjustments aren't made on 17.5 inch tires. I keep getting bit by warranties and I learned better in 1985 from Ford Motor Co. Clay  2015 Sport Chassis M2 106  
    • If you are looking for a new or recent model vehicle that can be towed without any modification and no impact on the vehicle warranty, I strongly suggest that you download a few copies of the annual Motorhome Magazine Dingy Towing Guide that the publish each year. If you are looking at some particular make/model that you want but are not sure about, check that out on the REMCO Towing Guide, which will also let you know if there is a kit to enable towing that vehicle and what it would cost to get the kit. 
    • The proper way to determine if your present air conditioner is working properly is to measure the temperature of the air as it enters the unit and also measure it as the air exits the unit. A properly working unit should cool the air passing through it somewhere between 18° to 24°. If the change is greater than about 26° it will probably freeze up if there is any humidity and that is usually caused by too little airflow through the coil, which could be something as simple as a dirty inlet air filter, or it could also be partially plugged cooling coils that need to be cleaned. Too little cooling and it could be that the cooling coils are dirty, the coils outside that disburse the heat removed are dirty, partially plugged, or the vanes on the coil need to be straightened with a air conditioner coil comb to straighten them. This is often the result of hail.            air conditioner coil comb If your air conditioner is cooling the air passing through it by at least 20° it is probably doing the very best that it can and you need to find a way to decrease the heat gain of the RV or add another air conditioner. 
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