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  1. Yes, that is correct. It should be installed BEFORE your transfer switch.
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  2. For your engine monitoring system look long and hard at SilverLeaf VMSpc. I've been using it for over 20 years. The updates are free and it shows much more that any of the other systems. I use it with a 17" laptop, split the screen to 1/3 VMSpc and 2/3 GPS. Another thing to consider is removing the propane stove and replacing it with an induction cooktop. We remover ours, removed the propane tank and got another bay down below. Chet 45' Castle IV, Detroit, towing Jeep GC diesel
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  3. Front tires for sure. I would not have a RV with a Norcold in it. Those 1200 series caused enough fires to convince me to replace ours with a Samsung 8-9 years ago. Actually keeps things cold. If you can run your generator a couple of hours a day while boondocking and then for a short time just before going to bed you will have no trouble if you have good batteries. I replaced my old floresant tubes with LEDs just because they burned out so fast. The steering stabilizer I don't think is necessary with power steering. I have had a blow out on the front of my 2003 Beaver. Was not a problem stayi
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  4. Previous owners put a Safe-T-+ on our 08 Navigator. I disconnected it after 4K miles as it made driving noticeably tiring compared to 80K miles without one on the same chassis. Made my own adjustable on the fly mount (to cheap to pay $550 for a trip kit) so I can neutralize the push from crosswinds. Would not buy one unless it’s adjustable on the fly. Safe-T-+ started when there was no power steering...I have my doubts how much good it does with power steering in a blowout. After the loud bang, you will have to steer opposite to the side that blew (not straight ahead) which will be agains
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  5. Mike, I'll give you my experience with couple of your items: (1) Tires: Toyo's are considerably less expensive, have a good reputation, and via my experience have a smoother ride than the Michelins I replaced. Lot of divergent opinions about the entire topic of ties. (3) Steering Stabilizer. You'll get a lot of divergent opinions on this but I'll give you my experience with Safe-T-Plus. I got it to keep the RV from veering off into the boonies with a front-tire blowout, and to do less fighting the steering when trucks passed or getting blown about by crosswinds. Steering stabil
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