Has anyone ever asked about or gotten a 5500 Genset instead of the standard 4K on a PC?Wondering if that is something they can fit onto a 2552 so two A/Cs could be run at the same time.It is a bit larger....4KW: Weight: 178 lbs (80.7 kg)Size: Length 30.0 in (762 mm), width 19.7 in(500.4 mm), height 14.4 in (353.1 mm) 5.5KW:Weight: 288 lbs (131 kg)Size: Length 33.6 in (853 mm), width 22.2 in(563 mm), height 16.7 in (425 mm)[/quoteJim, we are putting the two AC units to a real test in the central Texas heat. We have a 3100 and are in campground with 50 amp service. Basically, we are in the sun with a small tree that provides very little shade from the west setting sun. We have not had to run both AC's and keep in mind that Im in a 3100. We do have MagnaShades and I bought a windshield shade at Walmart (one of those accordion folding things...9 bucks). In conjunction with the MagnaShades, it does an excellent job of keeping the front area from heating. The AC's are exceeding my expectations. My opinion is that in cases where you can only run one AC and being in a smaller PC, you will have no problem keeping comfortable. It is nice to have a site with 50amp service which allows you to select the AC to use. When we are in the "living area", we run the bedroom AC and vice versa.Cheers Barry T
Hey folks wondering if any of you got a hitch upgrade when you ordered your PC recently.I believe the standard is 5K and a 7K is available?
Quote from: jim.godfrey on June 28, 2019, 04:55:51 pmHey folks wondering if any of you got a hitch upgrade when you ordered your PC recently.I believe the standard is 5K and a 7K is available?When towing a car, there is virtually no tongue weight. Unless you plan to tow a HugeAzz, loaded trailer, I'm of the opinion that a hitch upgrade is definitely not needed.Cheers Barry T