I find myself wanting to buy a surge protector for the TT.
I've never had a problem hooking up, but I don't want to have one in the future either.
So, do I need a 30 or 50A for my 2011 831RLBSS?
Or is it more dependent on what kind of hook up you get?
For example, there's only 50A service sites left and I've got a 30A surge protector. Is that a problem?
I think my trailer only needs a 30A service, it's always run fine on 30 A.
Whichever I need, it will be a "wired in" not one that hangs outside.
I just don't want to get a 30A surge protector and burn it out becasue I hook it up to a 50A.
Or do I just not understand what's going on here at all?
2011 Flagstaff Classic Superlight 831RLBSS "Atrium slide"
Husky Centerline Hitch
2016 Ford F-150 EcoBoost SuperCrew, Lariat Sport, Max Tow package