Originally Posted by Davidceder
X3 Progressive Industries. I use the portable unit. A bit more work than the hard wired but you can check the site before you pull in and can check additional sites without moving the rig.
Hmmm good point - I used ours for EXACTLY that when I was the RV organizer for a campout at a new RV park...took me 30 min to check 15 sites and determined 6 of them had electrical problems!)
Originally Posted by ChrisPlus3
TT on order and browsing around for info and find myself wondering if I need a surge protector. I plan on dry camping and using my Honda 2000. Do I need one for this?
Yes...best couple hundred bucks you will ever spend on your RV (oh and a wireless Tire Pressure / Temp monitor is right up there too!)
Bob & Anne-Marie [BamaBob & 6 Actual]
| 2017 Berkshire XLT 43A with Ultrasteer Tag | Blue Ox Avail + KarGard II |
| SMI AF-1 Air Brake | 2016 Jeep Cherokee Overland TOAD | Pedego Bikes |
Nights Camped: 2013
• 2015 - 56
• Jul 2016 - Fulltime •