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  • My Toyota Motorhome
    1985 Toyota Sunrader
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    Knoxville, Tennessee

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  1. Thanks everyone. I appreciate the info. Did some more reading online, in addition to these posts. Looks like the only time a dc-dc charger is needed is if a lithium battery is involved. Thanks again, love this site.
  2. Hey everyone, I'm replacing the old BW6325 with a progressive dynamics with their PD4635. That's what they recommended. And a new house battery, mine is toast. Should I get a dc to dc charger as well or will the current isolator setup be alright? And if I should get one, do I eliminate the isolator. The more I read online the more confused I become. Partly, I think, due to the fact no one is talking about a 36 year old RV. I have a 1986 Sunrader. Thanks
  3. Thanks for all the info. I am just now having time to get back to this. When I started looking into a weak spot in the floor, I found that one of the previous owners, there were 2, cut a hole through the floor to to get to the tank. So I replaced some of the rubber hoses. We'll see if this solves it. Thanks again.
  4. Hello everyone, This is my first post on this platform. Please excuse any goofs. I just learned not to hit enter to start a paragraph. Annyywwaaay, My wife and I purchased a 1985 Toyota Sunrader, 21ft, last August. We immediately had to make a trip to Oregon due to a family health emergency. Taking a 2600 mile trip in a 35 yr old vehicle I just bought was quite nerve racking. The Toy did very well. We got by without the few things that weren't up to snuff, but I'll get into all that at a later date. One thing that is troublesome and was difficult to deal with; for and hour or so, every time we
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