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  • Birthday 06/09/1979

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    Adventuring, horses, dogs, backpacking, meeting new people, seeing new places, experiencing different cultures

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  1. Have decided to do something different and follow a different path but in order to do that my 5W has to sell. With all the upgrades this RV is a bargain.Many major upgrades in this fifth wheel camper including full off-grid/ boondocking/ full-time-RVer after-market packageEverything works, no leaksPictures can be viewed here: https://seattle.craigslist.org/oly/rvs/d...68253.htmlPRICE: $7500Base Specs: 2007 Keystone Springdale Fifth Wheel 245 FWRLL-S 26ft long, 8ft wide, 13ft tallBrochure for this model here: http://www.keystonerv.com/media/1042589/2007.springdale.brochure.pdf.pdf 60 gallon fresh water capacity34 gallon grey tank34 gallon black tankElectric front jacks/landing gearManual rear stabilizersManual stepsPropane-powered furnacePropane/AC fridgePropane/electric water heater with bypass valvePropane 3-burner stove with oven2x 30lb propane tanks 1 slide - living/dining room area. Electric, not hydraulicLarge storage compartment accessible from inside and outside1 storage cupboard over entertainment area3 cupboards above couch, width of RVFull-sized bed1 large and 2 small closets8 clothes drawersUnder bed storage2 over-head cupboardsTV shelfDual kitchen sink with upgraded faucets3 kitchen drawers1 under-counter kitchen cupboard2 above-sink cupboards with storage above1 cupboard above fridge/freezerGlass cabinet with open shelfPantryOver-stove microwaveTub shower with Oxygenics shower head upgradeFlexible shower curtain rod upgrade (provides more space)Small sink with upgraded faucetsPorcelain toilet Medicine cabinetUnder-the-sink cupboardSky light over showerVent and fan3 small exterior storage compartments1 metal lock box on bumberSwag 2-bike rack Silver reflective tape on rear corners of RV for visibility.Upgrades (all less than a year old):6x 100W Renogy Eclipse solar panels (only four shown in photo)4x 100AH Mighty Max AGM deep cycle batteriesSolar-battery converterTri-metric battery monitorXantrex 2000W Pure Sine Wave inverterLED lighting throughout(Worth over $2500 alone)Upgraded axles, rims, brakes and tires (6000lb rating each axle vs 3500lb each axle).Professionally installed steel sub-frame for higher clearance.Re-sealed roof summer 2017 with Liquid Roof designed for EPDM rubber roofing as preventative vs curative maintenanceWooden shelving added to dining areaTwo-person table, chairs and couch42" LCD TVWave 8 catalytic heater with hose (not hooked in to main propane system). Mounted but can be removed and used free-standing.Will come complete with all furnishings, kitchenware, lamps, heaters, chairs, rugs etc seen in photos. All current decor is completely removable but will be sold as is.At listed price will include 2 extra 30lb propane tanks and Andersen Ultimate converter hitch for gooseck hitch conversion ($600 value).
  2. I've enjoyed my Wave 8 but found that it hasn't been enough to keep my 27ft 5W warm when it gets into the 40s
  3. I boondock almost exclusively when traveling and have found my fridge (and water heater) run on a 30# propane tank for about 3 weeks for 1 person when showering every other day and cooking every other day on the stove top. For two people that would probably be closer to 2 weeks. For just lights (and fridge) I could easily run on 100W solar panel and a low AH battery
  4. Forgot about this topic but I'd be interested in buying a set of those too!!!
  5. Doesn't have to be Renogy brand...they just happen to be who I bought my panels and MC4 series/parallel connectors from...anywhere that carries MC4 extension cables would be fine. I've searched for solar retailers in Vegas but they are all geared to house set-ups and don't seem to sell components (at least not online) I don't have Prime so that isn't an option and I don't know anyone who does.
  6. I just added two more 100W solar panels to my roof and now need to get them hooked into the system...the problem: the wires don't reach. I know Renogy sells the MC4 Solar Extension Cables that I need but they won't ship quickly enough as I am moving locations on Thursday. I am passing Las Vegas on the south side (on my way to Pahrump and Death Valley NP) and was hoping there would be a place to buy them in LV instead, and one that is hopefully not too difficult to get to from the interstate. Can anyone point me in the right direction to get these things?
  7. As a young solo full-timer, but with two dogs) I work part of the year on much less than $2K a month and that includes paying rent and putting aside some for savings. I went the 5W and truck route since I already had the truck, and a 5W/TT made the most sense for my plans (similar to yours in staying in one location for a while). I boondock (my investment in a solar set-up has been invaluable for that) mostly when traveling and find private spots (not RV parks) to rent for cheap when working.
  8. This is the kind of info I was looking for. I guess I will look for two separate units instead. I will only be using one at a time as if I have wireless (where I am now) I am not needing to boost 4G, and vice versa. I am guessing the most recommended cell booster is the WeBoost as I seem to see it everywhere Any recommendations for a wifi booster?
  9. Is there such a product that does both? I am looking for something that can pick up and boost low 4G signal (or even 3G maybe) and WiFi (for private spot rentals). I really don't want to have to buy two products if there is something available that can do both.
  10. What is she wanting to cook? I've heard of people making anything they can make in an oven in an InstaPot...including banana bread.
  11. Ha ha, I'm one of them...not probably in Arizona yet since I just got here, but I am guilty. I have hauled trailers for years and years, including cattle and horses, which is actually where I started. There are some ridiculous-looking roads I have had to haul a loaded gooseneck trailer up and down so a 5W feels like a dream since it doesn't contain any moving bodies!!!
  12. A lot of it sounds like it is similar to the ranch work I have done for years so pretty used to working hard and getting dirty. Seems like a pretty good job for me...just waiting on the second phone call to go in and start paperwork, or I might just drop in and see them since I will be in town anyway later.
  13. Grounds keeper for the school district.
  14. Everyone's input has been great. Now that I just received a job offer for the winter I will look into picking up a set of the stabilizers. Thanks guys
  15. The movement isn't fun when it's really blowing but my main concern is that the legs really shouldn't be extended so long...longer legs = more torque when things move = more stress on the tube and the pins I already have 8" under them and was hoping to at least increase that to 12-14" blocks. I will also look at the stabilizers.
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