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Our’s where $37 plus tax US
I seen a idea where they used rubber mats that go in horse stables. They are 4×8 sheets 3/4 thick. I marked them and cut then in squares with my saws sall. Got them under front and rear on 5’er. Bought the mats at tractor supplies.
Thanks Ray, Looking forward to updates on yall’s winter travels.
Glad for yall no worse than a little repair.
That’s to funny Marsha, Well my cougar has the water from the AC building in the corners of the roof and it rolls down the back wall till it stops on top of tail lights. Ray has a video where he puts the diverter down for AC drain water, I sent a link to camping world service dept. in Garner, N.C. and they agreed to fix it under warranty. They said they are doing it like Ray’s video. I’ll find out soon today and hopefully pick it up tomorrow. :bye:
What does A for mean Marsha and Dewey?
I use a cpap while sleeping. Convenient when we are hooked up to power but if we are going to boondock some if I don’t have power from generator I guess I have to do something to get power to it. This is where I’m not familiar with electrical setups on RV. I’m dumb but willing to learn. I have the 280RLS Cougar. Can I use the batteries somehow to run it. Would I have to install an inverter to run a separate outlet for power. Help Please.
On my Cougar there is a gas connection right beneath the right storage compartment area. If its tied in to the propane could I use it to fuel a Big Buddy?
You can see in our profile our new Cougar 280RLS. We tow it with a F-250 my father owned. The hitch he used was a reese with the slide. The truck bed is a 6 ft bed. Since owning the fifth wheel I had a couple of twist and turns and have had to swing real close to 90% and never had to slide hitch back. The Max Turn on the Cougar does help.
I;ll keep that in mind when I install mine.
We purchased one of these and have yet to install account of problems with RV and she is back at dealership having repairs. As soon we get her home we plan on installing it and this video was alot of help. So thanks Ray for the pointers. :bye: