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Old 11-06-2017, 07:56 AM   #1
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2016 Bullet 1800RB battery disconnect

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New to the forum having just bought a 2016 Bullet 1800RB.

I have gone through the forum over the last couple of days just reading and saving links that I might want/need later.

A couple of questions.

1--> Does the 1800RB have a battery disconnect switch ?
Second part, if not what one have you installed as after market ?

2--> What do you single axle owners use for wheel chocks ?


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Old 11-06-2017, 09:26 AM   #2
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New to the forum having just bought a 2016 Bullet 1800RB.

I have gone through the forum over the last couple of days just reading and saving links that I might want/need later.

A couple of questions.

1--> Does the 1800RB have a battery disconnect switch ?
Second part, if not what one have you installed as after market?
I use the Blue Sea family of electrical products where ever possible in my RV's. They are heavy duty marine grade products and are some of the best on the market. https://www.bluesea.com/products/cat...ery%20Switches

I usually use the 9001e model because it allows for a second battery. You can run either battery or both or shut everything off. https://www.bluesea.com/products/900...Battery_Switch
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Old 11-17-2017, 05:26 PM   #3
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New to the forum having just bought a 2016 Bullet 1800RB.

I have gone through the forum over the last couple of days just reading and saving links that I might want/need later.

A couple of questions.

1--> Does the 1800RB have a battery disconnect switch ?
Second part, if not what one have you installed as after market ?

2--> What do you single axle owners use for wheel chocks ?


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1) I have a 2014 Bullet 285RLS.. It did not come with a battery disconnect. I don't think any of the Bullets do. Just take your battery off the TT when you are storing and put in your garage. Charge it every 6 weeks.
2) Regarding wheel chocks I bought 4 Camco plastic yellow HD chocks-- they work fine and are lightweight. I also bought 2 packs of 10 Lynx levelers--total 20 that I use under the wheels if I need to level TT as well as 1 or 2 under each corner jack and 7 under the tongue jack. They come in a pack of 10 in a zipper storage bag and again are lightweight. Don't need to carry cumbersome, heavy lumber around.
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