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RE: Add in Cabinets

We set up an enclosed trailer for a side by side and dirt bikes. We needed storage for helmets and other gear. We used plastic cabinets from Lowes and added 1/2" plywood tops to make a light duty work bench. It worker very well.
Winnipeg 02/23/19 05:29pm Toy Haulers
RE: Why have I dealt with this charger for 13 years?

"I have not seen anything like that, with a few different brand converters so far" Pretty easy to find examples. A quick search revealed a Diehard that claims 1150 peak amps @ 12V!
Winnipeg 12/31/18 09:51pm Tech Issues
RE: Why have I dealt with this charger for 13 years?

Mordicai81 has a good suggestion. Keep in mind that oem converter is only as good as needed to get you to buy and make it through the warranty year. And, if you are usually using hookups it will be fine. If you are off grid, you need the charge time to be useful. A good 60 amp charger should run on your 2000i Honda. Bring the "good" charger and gen when you need, and use the built in converter when you have hookups. But, be careful shopping for a charger, they advertise peek amps that are unrealistic. Some say 80 amps and are really only 20.
Winnipeg 12/31/18 07:42pm Tech Issues
RE: Skirt or Bra or More?

I made a diy version of the "protect a tow", you can find instructions on line. What a waste of time and money. It was much too flimsy. It went in the trash with zero miles on it. We also tried a hard rubber flap at the back of the motor home. It was too low and did major damage to the Jeep. I still like this option, but you have to keep it way up off the road. We applied some clear, spray-on film on the fenders. It seams to work, but it is a pain to remove and left on is not much better than looking at a few stone chips. When we know the roadsare going to be bad, we use a bra. It's a pain trying to keep dirt away from the paint, and you cannot leave it on (scratches), but you sometimes have to choose one damage over another.
Winnipeg 11/12/18 08:00pm Dinghy Towing
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