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  1. 1990 Ford Econoline E350 Super Van Conversion (New transmission, brakes and tires) Hi, we are very sad to sell our beloved camper van "Big Bertha" because we are leaving the country. We bought her in Carlsbad, California in March 2019 and we will arrive during the first week of August in Anchorage, Alaska. She served us very well in our road trip from LA to Anchorage. She is the perfect little home on wheels: super spacious, comfy and very reliable. Hopefully, she can find a new owner pretty soon. This is what you need to know about her: For the guys: - V8 7.5 liter petrol engine (runs great) - 2 RWD with high clearance - 2 gas tanks (2x 18 gallons) - 1 ton haul - milages: 65K accoriding to the 5-digit odometer, but more likely 165K - VIN 1FTHS34G8LHB83630 - Clean title - includes bull bar, roofrack and spare tire - automatic transmission has been fully rebuilt in March 2019 (150K or 3-year guarantee) - brakes (font and back) and shocks (front) have been replaced in March 2019 - new set of tires (Goodyear Wrangler Trailmark LT265/75R16) in April 2019 - new starter in May 2019 - maintenanced regularly - Sportsmobile look - marine battery chargeable by car battery/alternator. 400W inverter (DC to AC) is included so you can charge any appliance (laptop, mobile phone, camera, ...). - jumper cables, box full of fluids (engine oil, brake fluid, steering pump fluid, ATF) and jack included - Californian license plate - passed Californian smog test in March 2019 For the girls: - spacious interior (12 foot from the back of the drivers seat) - lots of storage under double bed with a sliding drawer accessible from both inside and out - large fridge and water tank with manual pump - windows are tinted so you don't need curtains. You can see from the inside to the outside, but not vice versa. Perfect for the stealth van life! - passenger seat turns 180° and pulls down completely - 8 fully working individual switch lights throughout the van. They work even when the van is not running which is really handy - The windows next to the bed have a cage on them so you feel safe when left open. - includes gas stove, pots, pans, cups, cuttlery and grill - foldable table at side doors and 2 folding chairs - plants are included Asking price is 6900$. Interested? For more information, mail us at kristof.druppel@gmail.com or call +14242969964
  2. Recently I saw the question posted on facebook, "Can I install a household shower head in an RV" The answer of course is yes. they both use standard pipe fittings as well as the faucets in the kitchen and bathroom. I decided to get a shower head that is not labeled for RV use and see what happens. I was completely underwhelmed, it was just like I had put the factory shower head back on. So now I'm back in the comfort of my oxygenics. Check it out if you have some time!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXr6jFOMVVk
  3. Anyone else using Verizon Unlimited and liking it? Yeah it's not truly unlimited in every way, but it still is a home internet replacement for me without issue. I made this video in my apartment, but I am weekender currently when it comes to RVing, and am out every weekend primarily at the same campground, but out to different parts of the country around me regularly.
  4. Here is a quick tip for winterizing that RV fridge if you have the same handles I do https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJ-1YfREYj4
  5. I recently installed two Battle Born lithium batteries and an Ames 2000 watt inverter charger into my travel trailer. Here is how it looks all finished up minus the parallel cables for the two batteries, Here is my real world usage for those batteries anybody else using these batteries, I am a big fan. I will no longer carry a generator 2-4 day boondocking trips.
  6. Maxine, my rig is rated at 30 amps. I have a converter plug that converts the 30 amps into 20 so I can plug it into the plug at my house (which I believe are 20 amp) so I can keep the batteries charged at full capacity. This I understand. I plan on going to Baja for a few months next year. Because of possible issues with electrical surges, I bought two surge protectors. One 30 amp and one 50 amp. The most I can pull is 30 amps because that is all my rig's system can handle. Even if the campground box is 50 amps. If this is the case, was it a mistake to have purchased the 50 amp surge protector? Do I even need it? My main electrical cable that runs from my rig to the electrical box is 30 amp rated (I'm assuming) Both ends are rated at 30 amps. (I'm assuming) The female side that I plug into the van and the male side I plug into the electrical box. If the electrical box is 50 amp and my rig is 30 amp, do I need to get a 30 amp to 50 amp convertor, or can I just safely plug in my 30 amp cable into the 50 amp box without any problems? Are there any other converter plugs I should have or any other surge connections I should have besides what I mentioned? I want to make sure I have everything I need, in the event I run into any problems. Thanks for the help! P.S. I wasn't sure where to put this post. If it would be better somewhere else, please feel free to move it, or duplicate it.
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