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Old 11-02-2015, 07:24 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by DXSMac View Post
Although I have never ridden as a passenger in my RV, I find that the heat from the front console is enough to provide heat to the rest of the RV while in motion. I know this because I have stopped at rest stops to take naps and was quite comfortable.

And I'm from the DON'T HAVE YOUR PROPANE ON while in motion.
Propane needs to be on so fridge can run !!!

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