Not yet.... Since the dump station is across the street this hasn't been an issue. When I get out to Arizona I will take some shots of the tank and check clearances too. If I am able to upload a few photos I will do that too, but cell coverage is sparse down in the SW corner and may take a while.dsatwork said:So you haven't tried to use it with the Tab?Michigan_Mike said:I use the 42 gallon for a 28' travel trailer if sitting out in a campground In Why, Arizona. Just keep inspecting those fittings and you should be okay.
Create Different Programs for Weekdays and Weekends
The WIN100 allows you to enjoy the benefits of a programmable thermostat for your heating or cooling unit. This model offers the convenience of 5-2 day programming so you can create different programs for weekdays and weekends.
The WIN100 also boasts a positive on/off switch, and a heat/cool switch that allows the use of this product for two seasons: summer and winter.
Offering straight-forward operation, the WIN100 has a patented Lux Speed Dial for easy programming, a positive on/off switch for streamlined operation, and battery-free memory storage.
I drove up to Alaska and back from Michigan (10K miles) back in the summer of 2015. We drove the entire length of the AL-CAN highway from Dawson Creek, BC to Delta Junction and on up to Fairbanks, on over to Anchorage, Denali NP, out on to the Kenai peninsula, down to Valdez, Seward, etc. We came back via the Cassiar Hwy, stopped in to Stewart, BC to see the glaciers and hit the southern most entry back into Alaska at Hyder which was very interesting. Drove back through the Canadian Rockies via Jasper, Banff, Lake Louise, etc. Two words - Breathtaking & Spectacular pretty much sum up that trip of a lifetime!Om3 said:We are considering a trip to Fairbanks AK with our T@B 400 in early summer. With that said, has anyone made this trip and do you have any advice to give us? We are also wondering the wear and tear (if any) that the T@B had in the journey. Looking forward to any experienced wisdom from folks who have made this journey with their T@B!