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Old 08-12-2016, 06:30 PM   #11
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Tell Brannon at Couch's I said to sell you one cheap. He's a jewel.

I believe (?) that the Silverback's have 6,000 lb axles and the Hathaways have 7,000 lb axles. Neither has the option for Goodyear tires, but if they did, you'd pay about what it'd take to replace them, so seem a wash to me. Use what's on there or replace. The Westlakes are a 14 ply tire.

The Champagne Edition, Touring Edition, and new Riverstone have higher axle ratings, I believe.

I have the Viair 400P-RV compressor. Anything that'll get 120 lbs of pressure works, IF you have electricity to plug it to.

I like my CC. Almost bought the 33IK but opted to go ahead and get the Hathaway.

I didn't order the reel, but it came anyway. Too much trouble for the main cord, I just throw it in the basement, it comes out first anyway. But the reel does great to store my cord extension (which you may not need).

We have the ottoman. Like it, it stores stuff too......but you have to move it around to shut the slides. Not a big deal.

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Old 08-12-2016, 07:21 PM   #12
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I didn't think the 13500 low profile came with the heat pump either but it shows up on zone 2 (front unit) . I shut off main 15000 living room unit and the bedroom unit puts out heat. I was told in January when I ordered mine that the changes were made to the paint on the front and rear caps. I hope I wasn't lied to, I was worried about that. I did order it with the bike hitch, save your money and do an after market, Pretty flimsy but says good for 250 lbs. I ordered mine with solar prep and generator prep only. Figured I could get generator and solar panels cheaper but nice to have all the wiring in place. Gen. Prep. comes with auto transfer switch and control panel with start switch, hour meter and all needed wiring inside rv. Solar prep comes with the connection on the roof for the panels and wiring down to a cabinet where the controller goes. I think that was $85.00

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