As I have ordered the new seats I thought I would start working on getting old seats ready to remove. Started on the passenger seat, it is held in place by 4 bolts, all were snug but they broke free, 3 came out the 4th one loosened about three maybe four threads the started to spin with out coming out.
Of course its in a spot where you can get anything under the head to lever it up while turning it with the socket. As the other 3 bolts are out I tried placing a small piece of pipe under the seat mount and putting pressure on the seat using it as a lever to put upward pressure on the bolt while turning it with the socket, this was not successful.
So if anyone has any suggestions on how to get this darn bolt out I sure would appreciate hearing about them, THANKS.
I recently ordered a Pepwave MaxBR1 Mini Cat 6 and MobileMark LTM 4-1 antenna for 3G/4G/LTE, GPS, WiFi. I’ve read read and researched along with other post there and on other forums regarding this subject and decided to make the investment. We fulltime in a 5er so I ordered the antenna with 16’ length cables instead of the short 3’ do to installation in our 5er. I completed the installation antenna mounted on top of the AC unit as others recommended. I have two cellular connection. One is AT&T homebase WiFi unit and the other is Verizon Prepaid unlimited. We are at this time located at our homebase at the Escapees in Livingston. Texas so AT&T has a weak 4G to LTE signal here. Verizon has a very good signal. I installed the Verizon sims card into the main slims card slot and the AT&T into the secondary. I had no connection with AT&T and very slow speeds with the Verizon. I’ve contacted 5G support and have gone through several steps with them attempting to solve the problems by locking out the AT&T sims and only using Verizon and only using band 4 and 13 with Verizon. At this time I get better speeds by using my Verizon in my WiFi 7730L than I do in the Pepwave. To say the least I’m a little more than disappointed with the system at this time. No planning on moving anything soon to test it in other locations. I really want this to work but 5G support advised that the problem is more than likely do to the tower being congested. If that’s the case why do I not have the same problems when I install the sims back into my WiFi 7730L?
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We once had a stick on indicator that looked kind of like a thermometer where you did this and it made the propane level visible by changing color where the water turned cold.
Similar to this:
FROM the specs on the above linked converter:
"1. Can not used long time Under the MAX. LISTED LOAD POWER." LOL. Sounds like 'me love you long time'.
Don't waste your time on that cheap Chinese unit. Notice (as you mentioned) max input voltage is 48. Your batteries at rest will be around 52v, even more when they're being charged.
If need be you can parallel a couple Victrons. Yeah, they're expensive, but there's a reason for that.