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Old 05-25-2016, 05:23 PM   #21
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Old 05-29-2016, 08:27 AM   #22
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Picked it up from Avalon RV Center in Medina, OH yesterday. So happy I went there, everyone there was amazing to us. I highly recommend them to anyone in or out of the area.


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Old 05-29-2016, 10:34 AM   #23
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Ricky, congrats on your new toyhauler. May it provide years of enjoyment and happy memories! Looks good, too!
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Old 05-31-2016, 08:09 AM   #24
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Ricky, congrats on your new toyhauler. May it provide years of enjoyment and happy memories! Looks good, too!
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Thank you much! One thing I was curious on,not sure if you know or anyone but not that it matters to me but my unit has the gen prep, don't they usually have a switch on the wall inside pre installed to turn the generator on and off or am I thinking wrong? I will never have an onboard generator most likely but I swear I saw pics of ones with the prep and they have the onan switch wired inside already.
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Thank you much! One thing I was curious on,not sure if you know or anyone but not that it matters to me but my unit has the gen prep, don't they usually have a switch on the wall inside pre installed to turn the generator on and off or am I thinking wrong? I will never have an onboard generator most likely but I swear I saw pics of ones with the prep and they have the onan switch wired inside already.
Mine came with the fuel station and gen prep, although I won't install a genset. In fact, I mounted my Magnum 2012 in that space. Yes, the battery cutoff and remote gen switch is on the side of bed platform (down low), curb side on mine. Not sure if the new ones are still the same. The wiring from the switch is coiled up inside the genset box.
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Mine came with the fuel station and gen prep, although I won't install a genset. In fact, I mounted my Magnum 2012 in that space. Yes, the battery cutoff and remote gen switch is on the side of bed platform (down low), curb side on mine. Not sure if the new ones are still the same. The wiring from the switch is coiled up inside the genset box.
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Ha wow, looked tonight, I looked everywhere in the thing and never thought to look there for the switch. Thanks!!
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