Thanks, I got some luck today, the sun was out and it was perfect to do some tests and preparation on my rig. I'm posting pics to remind me what was done and for future reference:
Turned off bypass, got this pic from Gregory's post
Connected main battery, charge is still good after charged last month
Hooked up the propane tank and tested furnace and check how much battery it uses
Furnace fan uses 44 volts, easily drains the battery on cold nights
Filled up with coconut drinks and bottled water, tested propane power to the fridge
Tested electric power but can't tell if is working but propane works fast and very obvious
Tested all the lights except for the signal lights, I will do that next weekend before my trip.
Tested propane stove, all 3 worked fine.
Remove the legs of the front dining table
Three bins fits perfectly under the table, this will be for cloths and stuff. On the other side, shoe mats for shoes. It is easy to slide the bin out without lifting the table, the hole in the corner could be use to push the bin.
During transit, all the cushions are put in front and a lot of soft stuff could go on top, my HD TV box goes here
Tighten all these screws and the other side too, one screw actually fell off but found it
All the heavy stuff on the rear, the open spot is for my GEN 2k
Placed 3 bins in the front storage so I don't have to reach to the bottom for stuff
Installed a new 5" rise ball mount, I had 2 5/8 rise before but the front was still low, I have to take new level readings next week. The capacity of this is 3500 lbs and 300 lbs tongue, I may go over by 50 pounds, I'll watch out for blending on my trip, so I'll bring the old mount with me.
Inflated all the tires to 65 psi
Have not tested the water system but the water pump works fine
As you could see I'm almost ready for my next trip this coming weekend.
Happy Spring Camping!