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  • The fixtures are of definite concern being that they are plastic.  The hoses are of less concern being they are pex
    in Outdoor Shower Comment by 4ncar 12:47AM
  • FYI: I have 109,000 miles on my GC. 27,000 miles I put on myself.  No "reliability" issues experienced...
  • Not sure if this would apply or not, but....you're supposed to let the unit sit in the "normal" position(lid on top) for 24 hours prior to operation.  This allows the gases to get where they need to be after shipment...
  • For what it’s worth...I wouldn’t tow anything with regularity with anything but a diesel. Prior to towing my 320, I pulled an 8000# slope nose trailer for my race car. First tried an H2(with a 355 in it). Couldn’t pull up hills. Then came my Cummins…
  • It does look as though the flat of the latch is too close to the edge. Is the original this close when in place?
  • I got 20 mpg from Florida to maryland; 17 hours straight @ 65 mph pulling my 320s outback. TV? Grand Cherokee diesel.
  • I LOVE my Grand Cherokee DIESEL! Pulls like a team of Clydesdales and gets killer fuel economy!
  • My replacement showed up 2 weeks ago, along with my house kitchen extinguisher, which was in the recall as Well!
  • I have the side tent and have yet to use the propane feature, but would vent.  I also have an Indel B 12V fridge, so...
  • Gloria  & I just got back from 9 days on the road. This trip was the 1st trip with our bikes(2) attached to the Yakima rack on the back of our Outback. Most of the trip I had the fresh water tank full AND 12 extra gallons of fresh water on the f…
  • ...in follow up to my earlier post...just returned from 9days on the road. My fixing of the trim(reseating) held up.  Approx miles logged: 2300. If you use a flat screw driver and the palm of your hand, you can reseat the trim into its intended loca…
  • I have 2 sections of garden hose I have cut. I cut each end to about 6’, so I have both a male & female factory connector w/a raw end(2 pieces) this way I can either couple to my potable water hose or use the non potable water source at the dump…
  • ScottG said: For those of you who carry your bikes on your trailer, do you always ride from your campsite, or do you have another means of transporting them once you are unhitched? My set up is new, but I plan on tossing the bikes in th…
  • Photomom said: TerryV6 said: My wife saw someone on "Facebook?" who purchased the back bracket mount that you see on the outback, for their T@b.  Then they just put their yakima mounts on it and carried their bikes that way.  The deale…
  • I bought two Yakima mounts that attach to the Yakima rack on the back of my outback. I also bought the skewer locks to boot, locked & loaded!
  • If you used your REÍ credit card, then you get an extra 5% towards next years dividend too! BTW: I bought my IndelB 41, and am on my first trip with it. I have 9 days (2 ppl)worth of food in it & the 3 way. Milk will be bought in 1/2 gal increm…
    in ARB size? Comment by 4ncar March 26
  • MuttonChops said: 4ncar said: Tabaz said: Didn't someone post here that the stock converter in the T@B will not work with lithium batteries? It will not. {{ My understanding from reading several posts here, pow…
  • Nothing “wrong” per se, but I would have suggested (and used) stainless steel nut, bolts & washers. Don’t think SS u bolts are available, but the SS won’t rust & fuse....FYI 
  • Dalehelman said: Here you go  https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JFU9O9E/ref=cm_sw_r_em_api_c_TNfUAb2WS9WC0 Hey.... done right, that could be a gig for sure!
    in More Mods Comment by 4ncar March 26
  • Tabaz said: Didn't someone post here that the stock converter in the T@B will not work with lithium batteries? It will not.
  • Photomom said: I’ve thought about installing a waterless trap. http://hepvo.com/ Not real comfortable with plumbing though. Kill a couple of birds with one stone...I am on a low bandwidth camp connection, can’t watch vids...any idea if t…
    in More Mods Comment by 4ncar March 25
  • @Verna you sold the tent? I couldn’t see being with out; it provides shelter for my kitchen in rain or cold.  I even heated it with an electric oil filled radiator when we went to the outer banks after Christmas...
  • Leaving Saturday for Florida. Today we received a last kick in the shorts from Mother Nature...4-8 inches
  • The "inboard" rubber seal on mine (Passenger side) began to separate.  I was able to reseat it with the flat edge of a reg. screw driver.  There is a seat.  I'll see how well my fix works, as on Saturday we hit the road for 9 days....
  • @Cordillera glad you have done your research thus far.  My experiance is in Colombia.  Roads are very drivable, but once you are off the “autopistas” and into the mountain roads, the road conditions change dramatically. 2 lane roads is the best you …
  • peterac50 said: how did you change the lights out? just the bulbs or the whole unit? I ordered the entire fixture from Elsie @ Nucamp. 2 screws & two wire splices(each)... and I was stylin’!!!
  • The Darian Gap work around is to ferry your rig to Cartegena, Colombia and to continue on from there.  I have driven in Colombia(my better half is Colombiana) and I can attest to road conditions, but also driving “habits”/ rules of the road are diff…
  • I changed mine to the blue/white lights found in the 400. The stock 320lights were to bright for this “little one!” Lol
  • We are fixating on the propane tanks.  How about the battery(íes) as a source of ignition/electrocution? Similar, but different: NHRA requires their be a battery disconnect on the exterior of all sectioned vehicals.  This is the first thing you will…