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Old 03-10-2016, 03:17 PM   #21
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We purchased a motorhome and should pick it up sometime the first of April. Since we have a long trip home, I purchased a portable Progressive EMS for the trip home. I'm not sure this is the best idea, but once home, I'm planning on cutting the power cord inside the RV then installing a male and female plug so I can mount the portable EMS inside the RV. This will keeps the EMS inside the RV and safe from someone walking by and stealing it.

If your going to that much trouble, you might compare the hard wired version and the portable version. I believe the hard wired offers more and varying protection.


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Old 03-10-2016, 05:14 PM   #22
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If your going to that much trouble, you might compare the hard wired version and the portable version. I believe the hard wired offers more and varying protection.


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I don't think this will be anymore trouble than installing a hard wired version. The main reason I'm going this way is that I have a long trip home and didn't want to be unprotect on the trip home.
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Well,I have the tires checked on TV and 5er. All fueled up and ready for the 3 hour trip very early in the morning.I know I won't sleep tonight.Like a kid at Christmas. Fire I hope the rest of your time goes by fast and all goes well.
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Old 03-10-2016, 05:54 PM   #24
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Thanks! Happy and safe travels to you all.
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