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Old 08-20-2016, 10:45 AM   #31
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Does anyone else have problems with the tankless hot water heaters? I've heard good things about them in regular housing, wasn't sure on the rv side of things?
We love ours! It works perfectly in every CG and with the pump. We enjoy the endless hot water and no wait time between showers. We hear of all the so-called problems with them but we have never experienced any of them. Our next unit will definitely have a tankless.
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Old 08-20-2016, 11:10 AM   #32
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I have heard of too many problems with the tankless hot water heaters and the next camper I buy will not have a tankless. I'll buy one for my home but I'll never get one for a RV. There is only two of us and we don't need that much hot water. Besides the campground rate goes up every year and I'll let the electric heat my hot water


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CC Shock Absorbers?

"Two problems I had..........rough ride, which I hope to have fixed with adding air bags to truck last month, and shock absorbers to trailer last week. Have not tried shock system yet, but will starting tomorrow."

What shocks did you add to your CC? I am interested in putting shocks on my 2014 36CKTS. Anybody else done this? Do they work?
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Old 08-21-2016, 01:09 AM   #34
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"Two problems I had..........rough ride, which I hope to have fixed with adding air bags to truck last month, and shock absorbers to trailer last week. Have not tried shock system yet, but will starting tomorrow."

What shocks did you add to your CC? I am interested in putting shocks on my 2014 36CKTS. Anybody else done this? Do they work?
My brother added shocks to his trailer of about the same size. He noticed no difference in the ride/pull in the TV. But he did notice less items out of place in the trailer after a trip. So I opted to not add them to mine. Not enough bang for the buck.
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