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Adding second AC to GD 3170BH

So at some point, I am going to add the second AC to our GD 3170BH. It is "pre-wired" whatever that means, but I assume it is just the electrical that is up in the ceiling cavity. So anyone on here with a 3170BH that has done this... Does this unit have the ducted AC going to this area, or will the second unit just need a standard diverter. Also what about the thermostat? At the end of the season, I will probably pull off the trim on the vent and take a look, but if I can start to prep sooner that would be great. Thanks!
Frozen001 06/16/21 06:45pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
Signing iss issues

Is anyone else having issues signing in to goodsam.com? All I get is the spinning gear on the sign-in button and nothing else.
Frozen001 06/16/21 06:41pm Good Sam Club
RE: Reese dual cam… driver side seems to have more tension.

Thanks for the replies. Everything measures correct, and both are centered on the hump. One thing I did not check is if the truck/trailer sits level drivers to prior to putting the bars under tension.
Frozen001 06/15/21 09:11am Towing
Reese dual cam… driver side seems to have more tension.

Hi all, random question. I have a Reese dual cam set up, third trailer and 4th truck to use this setup on. I everything tows fine but on this truck and trailer combo the driver side “appears” to have more tension. I say appears because I am judging this by when I unhook when I raise the truck to disconnect the passenger side will be loose to the point that there is no tension and the drivers side still has a lot on it. Thus is with TV and trailer in line and level. It is always the drivers side.
Frozen001 06/13/21 05:43am Towing
RE: Problems with past RV Parks you've stayed at?

back ins with hookups on tthe door, right side? I have seen this design for motorhomes to pull in headfirst then back out due to the land Built some in my camp after seeing it done well in Spring Branch, Tx. MHers love it, their view is forward, open to scenery, and easier to back out of than into. issue is that the camp MUST designate MH Only for a site so built. Sadly, not all camp operators are up to speed on rv design and needs. Seems to me that on sites like this is might be advantageous to have them on BOTH side, that way you do not limit who can use it. If done during initial build or infrastructure upgrades, seems like a minimal investment to make the site always available.
Frozen001 01/11/21 07:14am Family Camping
RE: Problems with past RV Parks you've stayed at?

I know this is a bit of an old topic, but after getting back last wek from camping a big one for me and my wife is people willy nilly walking through your site to go to another location on the grounds. We never do it, always use the roads, and treat a site as we would if a house were there.
Frozen001 07/01/20 10:18am Family Camping
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