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  1. Sold 1- Kingdome satellite: KD3000 model, $1400 new, asking $700 for ours which is used. Mounting pads, cables, controller are included. 2- Xantrex Inverter Charger: RV2012, 2000watts, used asking $325 located in Northern AZ currently
  2. $44,900 Currently located in Southern Minnesota. Due to COVID I had to transfer positions and no longer working remotely. I may drive RIG down to Utah vicinity for sale/exchange. I have a RAM 2018 Laramie truck with Anderson Hitch, would consider a package deal. I am original "solo" owner of this 5th wheel, customer ordered to work remotely and travel. Please email inquiries 435-990-1130
  3. 2018 Keystone Montana 3820FK Front Kitchen - Boondock-Ready, Ideal for TeleWorking $69,900 Excellent condition, Montana Legacy Edition 3820FK (Front Kitchen), full-time certified, four-season capable, with upgraded MORryde suspension, hitch, and stairs, plus “iN-Command” touchscreen and iPhone RV control system. I’ll describe the RV below, but first let’s review the extras that we’ve added after we bought the RV from Keystone. This RV has a whole collection of custom stuff perfectly set up for remote tele-working and boondocking. Here’s a list of the extras: Onan Cummins HGJAB-6.5 6500-watt built-in generator, LP-fueled 3 years left on transferable generator warranty 152 total hours since new — exercised every 2 weeks Controlled from the iN-Command touchscreen control system Progressive Dynamics PD52DCSD automatic generator transfer switch with dual surge suppression and remote Magnum MS2812 2800-watt Pure-Sine inverter Magnum ME-ARC Advanced Remote Control for the inverter TriMetric TM-2030 Battery Bank Monitor TriMetric SC-2030 Solar Charge Controller Vikram Solar panels on roof - two 150-watt Vikram panels Crown 240Ah 6v battery bank - two GC2 240Ah batteries Surge Guard 35550 hard-wired, whole-RV surge protector Custom office in the street-side living room slide (see photos) - Multi-tier desk and file cabinet Vehicular Internet System (same as used by many Police, Fire, EMS for critical communications) CradlePoint IBR900-600M vehicular Internet Router - 12vdc vehicle-powered - Two SIM slots in router (four SIMs total — see below) Works with all North American cellular providers IBR900 Expansion dock Additional MC400-LP6 Cellular Modem with two additional SIM Slots for second Internet connection (can be same or different providers) - Additional modem also works with all North American cellular providers Modular, upgradable to 5G Two roof-mounted MIMO Antennae - 5-in-1 - 2 LTE, 2 WiFi, 1 GPS - 3-in-1 - 1 LTE, 1 GPS In three years of full-time RVing, we’ve only had to move once for bandwidth Two independent Internet connections with firewall separation Two WiFi connections, each with 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz Can also connect to WiFi uplink if available, while maintaining secure firewall GPS allows you to locate your RV if stolen Sirius-XM integrated into the theater system, with roof-mounted Sirius antenna Heres a link to soecs: https://www.rvusa.com/rv-guide/2018-keystone-montana-fifth-wheel-floorplan-3820fk-tr33572 RV has five slides (1 kitchen, 2 living room, 2 bedroom), and includes King-size bed (with upgraded wrapped-coil memory foam mattress) plus couch-bed in living room. Front kitchen has 18cu ft LP/AC double-door refrigerator/freezer, three-burner LP cooktop, LP oven, and convection/microwave with work light and exhaust fan. Also has a retro-look dinette “booth” with a rotating table and front window with a remote-controlled power window blind. The dinette can accommodate smaller folks as an additional sleeping area. RV has two air conditioners (30,000 BTU total), with one also being a heat-pump. The LP furnace is 35,000 BTU, and the 12 gallon water heater can run on electricity, LP, or both. Three roof-vent fans with wall-mounted controls. Living room has large-screen LCD television with theater sound-bar and sub-woofer, theater-seating recliners (with power-recline and lighted cupholders), electric fireplace/heater, couch-sleeper, ceiling fan with light, and custom office (see photos for office). Also includes a central vacuum system and extensive storage throughout. Bathroom has a large shower with seat and glass doors, vent fan, and upgraded RV toilet (Dometic 320 residential-style, ceramic, elongated bowl), and multiple base and wall cabinets. This RV has the Auto-Level feature, with six hydraulic leveler jacks. Disconnect from your truck, press a button, and it levels itself. It has large capacity water tanks -- 66 gallons fresh water, 78 gallons gray (two tanks), 39 gallons black, with all tanks having heaters for Winter use. The underbelly is fully enclosed and the underside storage is heated for Winter use. The RV is rated for use down to 0 degrees F. Two 30-lb LP tanks, but could accommodate 40 lb size. Overall RV length is 40' 9" -- width is 8', height is 13' 6", weight is 13,895 lbs empty, 16,810 lbs loaded, pin weight is 2810 lbs. As mentioned above, this RV has the MORryde suspension, hitch, and stairs with handrails on both front and rear doors. It also includes an integrated backup camera with a wireless display in the cab of your truck, and an EEZTire TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) that can monitor up to 26 tires from the driver’s seat (includes 11 tire sensors for the RV and truck). The tires have been upgraded to Sailun all-steel radial S637 G 14-ply commercial-grade tires. Brakes and bearings have been professionally serviced every six months since new. We recently had some road damage that required LCI (original frame manufacturer) to conduct some frame repairs. LCI reported that the frame is now stronger and better than new, and they have provided a one-year manufacturer’s transferable warranty on the frame and suspension. Oh by the way, nobody has ever smoked in this RV, but we have two small dogs. Not to worry, my Spouse worked as a Veterinary Nurse for years and knows very well how to keep the RV clean with dogs aboard. Also, the Champagne-colored 2017 F350 Super Duty, Diesel, Crew-Cab, Long-bed, 4X4, Dually truck in some of the photos will be for sale as well, once we sell the RV. Contact me if if you want to talk about a package deal. The truck has a Ram-Mount Tele-Pole system that holds the TPMS, back-up camera display, an iPad for GPS, an iPhone, and a "Giraffe G4" obstacle height sensor, all for easy driver viewing. (I'm also a pilot, so I like the "cockpit" view from the driver's seat.) Contact me for any questions.
  4. (I also posted this in the Victron Community Forums, but hoping to double up on potential viewers for more answers and suggestions.) To lay the groundwork for the question: We have a 50 amp fifth wheel. We bought the unit used from a private seller, very happy overall. The solar / Victron was installed by the seller or he had it done. We have 4x Battle Born 100ah LifePo4, 4x 190W solar panels, 2x MPPT, SmartBMV and the Victron 12/3000/120-50 We (the wife, the dog and I) are fulltimers, three months now! We have been, in the past three months, mostly on shore power, and always on (confirmed) 50 amps. We found that one of the monitor panels (not listed above) showed us at 30 amps continually. Reached out to seller, he indicated that if I had the inverter on, I'd be limited to 30 amps. Turned it to Off, and I'm back to 50 amps and I can run the air conditioners. Excellent for the Texas heat we'd been dealing with. Two days ago, we relocated to a park, and were fortunate enough to park in the shade. Sure, solar will be very much reduced, but that's okay: we have 50 amps. Tonight...the generator kicked on. Turns out we ran down the batteries to 50%. Direct DC usage in the rig, like lights, whatever else is straight DC, ran them down. With the Victron set to off, the shore power doesn't recharge the batteries. If I turn the Victron to just "Charger" (not Inverter), it will recharge the batteries, but I will still be limited to a 30 amp system. This feels wrong to me. I'm a programmer, have been for 30 years. I'm decent at debugging, but I haven't examined all the the wiring and gotten a deeper understanding of the layout. It just feels wrong that it's this way. When we have good sun, the batteries always get charged up the next day, even on cloudy days. We've been here, in the shade, for... two full days, I think. I'm trying to determine if one or more of the following are true: Is this a standard solar implementation scenario? That there is only ONE possible charger/converter to replenish the batteries installed at one time? Is there a possible wiring / schematic / system design oversight or bug. (I don't have a schematic yet, I have reached out to get one, if available.) There would have been an original charger/converter installed on the rig, before the Victron, etc. was installed. Does anyone ever have that still wired into the system? Really, my only choices are "have sun" or "be limited to 30 amps even when 50 amp shore power is available"? This cannot be right. I'm trying to determine that, if the Victron being on limits me to 30 amps, is there a different way to charge the batteries when on shore power? I know my question might be difficult to many without y'all knowing more about how it's wired up. But I'm hoping I kept my questions as free of the implementation as possible and focused on generalizations, and typical scenarios. For the moment, there's a chill coming into the area tonight and I don't need two A/C's. I'm okay with the 30 amps for now, and I'll get my batteries replenished. Not a long term solution. I truly appreciate any help anyone can put forth, or any education I can glean out of your answers. I did do extensive research into solar, DC, AC, converters/chargers, inverters, MPPT, etc. before we bought the rig. I feel sort of comfortable in my general knowledge. I was a little sad I didn't get to do the install myself so I'd REALLY know it, inside and out, but the deal was just too good to pass up and our seller was a pleasure to work with. But I lack the intimate knowledge that installing it myself would have gained. Thanks in advance for any assistance. - Will B. Somewhere in Kansas at the moment.
  5. I just bought a 2001 Komfort 24fs fifth wheel, I am fairly handy, I had to put in a new floor in the slide out, I want to add solar, I found a red and wht. 10ga wire "cut ends" in a loom by itself next to the battery compartment in the basement, I also found 2 of the same "4 wires" under the sink just wires in a loom and cut ends, they do not go to the 12v system or ground, they do not go to each other unless I am missing a cut off switch somewhere, my question is did Komfort wire for future inverter / solar? if so where do they go? any help is appreciated. PS, I did check continuity for all wires mentioned to each other and ground and for voltage.
  6. 40+ years of hooking up batteries to everything from toys to airplanes and I finally did it. Connected it backwards and blew the inverter. We are new to rving and looking for suggestions. Rig: Forest River Sierra fifth wheel. residential refrigerator blown inverter: WFCO 1000w Pure Sine Wave WF-5110HP Looking for replacement suggestions and whether it would be better to have someone else install it or if it is an easy install. Thank you
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