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  1. cjearle2
    06-22-2016 11:22 PM
    cjearle2
    Ken,
    We are getting our Aviator out of storage. Any tips on dewinteizing?
  2. cjearle2
    05-04-2016 10:11 AM
    cjearle2
    Ken,
    I was able to get Brian's contact information. I have sent him an email to see if he can help us out with get history of the Aviator.
    Will let you know how it goes.

    Carol
  3. cjearle2
    02-25-2016 09:46 AM
    cjearle2
    Ken,
    Talked with Susan this morning about time to pick up the Aviator. She said that Dale will be a good person to talk with, when I get there. Send me a list of questions you want and I will sit down with Dale when we get there March 3rd. He has been involved with the Aviator from the beginning and is the one that has done all the repairs on our unit.
  4. cjearle2
    09-25-2015 02:27 PM
    cjearle2
    Made a Facebook page called Aviator Adventures. Help me spread the word. Hope to be able to stay in touch easier with fellow owners.
  5. Blackhat6mike
    Ken. Did ya get the pix I sent you? You might want to post the tire pix on the "Blowout Thread" for me. I don't think some folks understand just how bad they can be when they go POP!
  6. Blackhat6mike
    The 600 wt unit is a Duralast MSW. Paid $49, will take $25. The 1,000 wt unit is also a Duralast, Paid $129+tax. Will take $75. The 1,500 wat unit is a Samlex MSW. Paid $175 and will take $100. None of the units were on line more than two days, just long enough to see I needed more watts. All of these are modified sinewave units.
    I have the placement for the 3,000 unit, under the forward seat of the dinnett, in the storage compartment. Good vent but really tough to get to. The worst part of the system was running the wiring from the inverter to the auto transfer switch, and into the elec control panel. I had to remove a large portion of the belly cover to get to the lead in from the units 50 amp plug and the switch, then down into the auto switch. Some really big wires to deal with.
    It all works now, just not enough watts to run microwave. That will change when the 3,000 is installed.

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  • About KenHwy61
    Location
    Minnesota
    City
    Hastings
    State/Province
    Minnesota
    RV Brand
    Aviator
    RV Year and Model
    Wright-Flyer
    My Tow Vehicle
    2012 Ram 2500HD
    Gender
    Male
    Occupation
    Mechanical Equipment Technician
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    Seasonally in the Grand Marias, MN campground
    On the beautiful shores of Lake Superior

    Aviator Wright-Flyer#1908
    2012 Ram 2500HD CTD

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