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Old 06-15-2015, 11:17 AM   #221
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The LED read out is the progressive hw30c. It gives volts, amps, errors and something else I can't remember right now. There is a bypass switch as well incase the unit goes bad. It trigger the first weekend we were out for about 10 mins. But I had the LED not mounted yet so I'm not sure what the code was.
Now I know why it is kind of looked familiar now. I have a portable progressive 30 amp. It steps between volts, amps, hertz, and error. Mine kicked off one time while in north GA, but it came back on and I didn't see or even look at what the error was... forgot I could. It has certainly been a necessity and has protected me in the past (this is the 3rd unit I've used it on)... low voltage at one park and open ground at another... it wouldn't even cut on at either park. It cool that you can see how many amps you are pulling; a nice tool to see what an appliance uses and for steady loads it works great, meaning it doesn't show changes quickly.
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Old 06-15-2015, 11:23 AM   #222
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Here is the photo of how i mounted the WH drain and low point drain valves. You can see from the picture, but you reach around each side to turn on or off.

The B1B in augmented climb, is to remind us our mpg could be worse! It sounds a little like the space shuttle on takeoff... rattles your bones.
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Old 06-15-2015, 07:46 PM   #223
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I installed a 38" TV and 3 PitBull bike transport systems to make loading the trailer easier.
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Old 06-16-2015, 12:44 PM   #225
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How did you secure the Tv. I always remove and secure from that location.
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Old 06-16-2015, 08:48 PM   #226
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Well today I came home from the camping trip. Just enough time to turn and burn as we are off again on Friday for a weekend outing at a drag race event few hours away.

I found over the weekend the trailer was a little wobbly so ordered a set of JT Strong Arms to hopefully give it a little more stability.
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Old 06-16-2015, 09:29 PM   #227
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I found over the weekend the trailer was a little wobbly so ordered a set of JT Strong Arms to hopefully give it a little more stability.
Make sure to give us a report on how this works out for you. When I say "us," I especially mean me!

Damn, that's a good looking camper you got there.
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Make sure to give us a report on how this works out for you. When I say "us," I especially mean me!

Damn, that's a good looking camper you got there.
LOL. Thanks we have a rare trailer thats for sure!! I will give you a review once installed!
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Hi everybody - wow what a b!tch my tranny rebuild became - it fought me right up until memorial weekend - but it shift sweet now - added dual electric fans to radiator - deleted engine power robbing fan - added huge transmission cooler - new headers / flow master exhaust- 3 TVs - 4 batteries 1 4000watt inventor outside TV mount - wireless video transmitters --- pics coming soon as time permits prob - when lounging on July 2 - 14th 😄
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Should have checked with Bruce Jenner on that tranny job! 😀
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