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Old 08-11-2011, 09:08 PM   #1
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Going to by sheets for blowup bed and main bed, what size should I get?
We have the crusader 260 and what size fuse should be in the power lift for the front jacks, it was blown when I got home with it, there was a 30 in it, factory told me to look for a 40
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Old 08-12-2011, 08:32 PM   #2
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Replace the fuse with an automotive auto reset circuit breaker. Not sure what size your beds are. My blow up bed is full and master bedroom bed is a queen
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We have the crusader 260 and what size fuse should be in the power lift for the front jacks, it was blown when I got home with it, there was a 30 in it, factory told me to look for a 40

Get an auto-resetting 30 amp current limiter from Auto-Zone (or similar).

The wires from the battery to the motor are not big enough for a 40 amp breaker IMO. Replace the slide fuses with auto-reset limiters while you are at it. You won't regret it. It was my very first "mod."

DO NOT break off the extra long legs! You will be buying new ones if you do. The extra depth is needed to use the stock fuse holders. You will not be able to close the rubber cap, but it is a small price to pay. I just wrapped electrician's tape around it.
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Old 08-12-2011, 11:06 PM   #4
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Thanks for advise, love this app
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Thanks for advise, love this app
Hmmm,
I have been called many things, but never an "app" before.
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Old 08-13-2011, 06:38 PM   #6
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Thanks for the help, the top of my battery box doesn't fit because of the cables, is that common in all primetimes
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I may be wrong but I'm under the impression the camper doesn't come from the factory with a battery. The dealer installs the battery and should cut holes in the battery box to fit the configuration. At least that's what mine did. I also installed a battery disconnect switch to the battery box where it hangs down below the front access door. This way when I'm at home I can easily turn the battery off and not take the leads off or keep it plugged in. I think that switch should be standard on all trailers (are you listening RVGuy?)
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That makes since, everything else is top notch, dealer dropped the ball, thanks
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First trip was good, only a few problems

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