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Old 05-05-2015, 10:23 AM   #1
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Window awnings, mud flaps, & portable surge protector

My first question is: anyone add window awnings to their Sunseeker? I've seen them on some Class C's and many Class A's, and was wondering if anyone had a rough installation/product pricing for this.

Second: I need some really good front and rear mud flaps, rocks keep kicking up and hitting the body of the MH and our Toad. Anyone added mud flaps and can point me in a direction to purchase them. I've looked at CW and they didn't have anything.

Third: Recommendations for a good portable surge protector? I know wired is best, but I don't foresee that getting done.

Sorry for all the questions, this morning.
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Old 05-05-2015, 12:19 PM   #2
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For question #3 - for 30 AMP camper Progressive Industries RV Surge and Electrical Protection industry lea For 50 AMP camper Progressive Industries RV Surge and Electrical Protection industry lea.
Do a search and you'll find lower prices. Got mine from here,Progressive industries RV surge protectors in stock everyday.
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Installed the hard wired Progressive Industries EMS-HW30c this weekend and the hardest part was keeping the mattress up(rear queen). Unlike some installs in Trailers I have seen on UTube, I had plenty of room and an excess of wire from the plug end to locate the EMS-HW30c under the bed. Really was quite easy 6 connections 3 line and 3 load and done. Pictures in the install manual and UTube videos covered the setup and the remote display is neat.
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Old 05-07-2015, 09:50 PM   #4
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No window awning

Have this attached. Does a good job.

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Old 05-07-2015, 09:54 PM   #5
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I use this for surge protection.

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Old 05-07-2015, 11:10 PM   #6
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What about the front tires? We had a rock shoot up and hit by the drivers door and window area.
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x2! I have the EMS-PT50 and never hook up without it. I have a chain and lock to secure it to the shore power post. I have plugged it in on some sketchy-looking sites before I parked and found the power was not good. Went to a post that had better power and saved some headaches.
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What about the front tires? We had a rock shoot up and hit by the drivers door and window area.

Been towing for 2 years. So far, no damage on our new 2014 Subaru Outback. Bought a front bra for the Subaru but have not used it yet. Did the RV door get hit?


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We bought a portable 50A surge protector at Camping World.
Model#44270. I almost went with hardwired but a couple of our camping co-horts
have the portable versions too. Its so simple, easy and quick to check pedastels for problems with the portable version. For $20 bucks I also bought the lifetime protection for it. If it gets fried, it gets replaced free of charge. I am glad I went with the portable one.
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What about the front tires? We had a rock shoot up and hit by the drivers door and window area.
Contact WeatherTeck they should have input on the Front ones! Youroo!!
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