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Old 11-06-2013, 09:21 PM   #11
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Fits all of us good, wife, 3 dogs and 3 birds hard to believe but stll lots of room.
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Old 11-07-2013, 07:30 AM   #12
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Welcome Mike and Tammy. I thought I posted this last night, but I think I lost my Internet about the time I hit post. Anyway, wow...big rig. I think your 6.4L will do a good job of pulling that, but if you are close to upgrading the truck, you will absolutely love the way the 6.7L pulls compared to the 6.4L. I had a 2008 and was amazed at the difference. The 6.4L did great, but the 6.7L did that much better.

Anyway, just wanted to say Hi from the east a bit, and hope to see you down the road!

Ed and Sharon
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2011 Ford F-250 XLT, 6.7L PSD
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Old 11-07-2013, 08:02 AM   #13
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Welcome to FRF!

I can't imagine that a 350 DRW isn't big enough, but you really need to look at your truck payload number and your RV hitch weight and verify that. There are many threads on here about that and you may also find this link helpful.

If you want to run an AC *and* other things, you probably need two "2000" watt generators connected with a "parallel" kit. (I think a single 3000 watt might be marginal.) Honda has the best reputation and highest cost. Champion is a lower-cost alternative but has lower output power. I just bought a Ryobi 2200 at Home Depot for very-infrequent use ($500). (Higher power than the Hondas.)

One thing you need to to consider is that your fridge isn't going to stay cold for very long while you're on the road. You may need to beef-up your batteries and install an Inverter if you plan on driving very far.

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