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    • I know it is expensive but, have you looked at the Saw Stop. My Hubby would not purchase anything else. The contractor grade is portable within that price range.
    • There are no Dish receivers that are "designed for RV use" just as there are no DTV receivers "designed for RV use", Bob. It's much too small a market to warrant that kind of development investment. The Wally was designed as a replacement for the previous VIP 211 series single tuner receivers, and while both are popular for RV use, neither were designed with that use in mind. There are many S&B residences with basic no fee VIP and Wally installations where those models fit the subscribers needs and/or wallet. 
    • While this isn't to your question, it is related. Long term dry camping is something we do often, we only use our own bath facilities, so I wanted to maximize the amount of time before we had to dump our black tank. My solution was a Thetford Electra Magic 80 Marine Recirculating Toilet. The two of us in our small 29 ft. Class C can "go" from around say at least 9 up to 13+ days before we are "full of it" and have to dump lol . The difference being if were in a remote soil/sand/wooded area where the gray water from the bathroom lavatory sink can be discharged to the ground versus if it goes to the black tank. Despite that our other more limiting factor is fresh water which requires refill maybe every 7 to 8 days or so. With our 950 Solar watts and 416 Amp Hours of stored battery energy plus backup genset we like never run out of electrical energy. My goal was to be able to dry camp in one location at least a week but by then I'm ready to move on anyway so we are fine...…….. If others require more time and capacity (Black, Gray, Fresh Water, Energy) I'm sure there are tons of other options, but a week in one place is plenty (maybe to  much lol) long enough for our chosen lifestyle, to each their own. Best wishes John T   Live now from Matagorda Bay Texas
    • 2006 Volvo 670 w/13 speed manual   -very/very clean truck  - d12 465hp motor( no leaks, drips, nothing)  -trail saver air hitch - brand new bostrom wide ride seats( most comfortable seats I have found) $1,300 each  -like new tires  -just under 700,000 miles  -new headlights  - new weed burner exhaust system with center discharge below the deck  - custom built deck for smart car/can am spyder. Side load with winch or just drive  the bike on the deck. Three ramps approx 16' total length so very gentle loading angle.  - small inverter to charge phones etc.  - Have new 4000watt inverter/ 2 new batteries / relays/switches just not installed yet.  - absolutely no issues with the truck, plans have changed so truck needs to go  - don't let the 13 speed scare you away!! This truck is extremely clean, well taken care of hard to find rig that is really easy to learn how to drive. Worked great for pulling 43'+ toyhauler and all the toys..  - truck is located in Hurricane Utah   Any thoughts/comments/questions it is best to send me a private email as I'm not on here alot as still have to work for a living.. tkotim1@gmail.com or 218-766-3267 thanks for looking Tim Sorry unable to add pics so just let me know I can get some to you. Thanks  
    • Thank you for the link to the transformer. Saved that. I looked hard at the 48v mini splits. I would need 3 of them in my unit. Nowhere to put the outside units. As efficient as they are, just can't use them. I might could crowd 2 on rear but then where to put the other. I 240v unit on rear and 2 cassettes in ceiling works for me. Now a smaller unit they are the ticket.
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