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Right now I have it in covered storage and only have a 110v hookup. I want to do some work in the garage (remove the jackknife couch and put in some storage) and it is hot in Texas already. Lol
I am also about to have some sway bars and some suspension upgrades done. I have been reading about it here on the forums and it seems like a good thing to do.
Gotcha..... that makes sense on the AC! A regular 15A receptacle will work just fine.
I did the Hellwig Front and Rear Sway Bars. I also did the 500lb Sumo's on the front and the 1500lb Sump's on the back.
In addition to those upgrades I also installed the Roadmaster Steering Stabilizer.
All of the changes made my Outlaw 29H handle and ride more like a large SUV compared to the "dump truck with a dead elephant tied to the roof" that it was.
I could not believe the difference those changes made. Best $1500 I could have spent.
Took me three 1/2 days to install it all.