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Old 04-19-2023, 09:38 PM   #1
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Finally Today! 2022 Micro Minnie 2108TB

We finally found what “we” were looking for, a 2108 TB (at a decent price, was a new 22 that was discounted a bit thankfully). Been really looking at these for well over a year!! We’re very excited and can’t wait to be participating in the Micro Minnie Club!! Appears to be a neat, informative and all around wonderful group!
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Old 04-21-2023, 04:49 PM   #2
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Congratulations on the new trailer. Hope all went well with the delivery.
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Old 04-22-2023, 12:34 AM   #3
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Congrats! I also have a 2108TB and permanently converted it to a king with a new mattress.
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Old 04-22-2023, 07:57 AM   #4
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Thank you all! We’re excited to get back to RVing. We had a Jaco pop up that we purchased back in 08 that served my wife, kids and myself well over the years. Traded it in on the Minnie. Definitely up for any recommendations or suggestions on camping with the 2108. We purchased an Anderson WDH that I think I really like. Towed it home for 4 hours in the wind last Wednesday and was pleasantly surprised with how well it worked. Just purchased an Oxygenics Fury shower head that will go in soon. Also purchased a Revolution Sewer Set and 30 amp extension cord to be able to connect at home (can’t get as close to my 30 amp drop as needed). Really enjoy reading all the info on this forum. I do have one question, does anyone have a suggestion for a small generator/inverter that could be used to power the AC when not connected to shore power?
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Old 04-22-2023, 08:37 AM   #5
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I do have one question, does anyone have a suggestion for a small generator/inverter that could be used to power the AC when not connected to shore power?
This is a well discussed topic. In general, you need a solid 2500w to start and run an RV A/C unit. So, you’ll see lots of 2500w - 2700w generators on the market.

The A/C unit “runs” on about 1500w but it uses closer to 2700w when the compressor starts and 2000w when the compressor runs.

Keep in mind that unless you buy a 3500w generator you will not be able to run much else on AC when the A/C is running. But with a 3500w generator you get something too heavy to easily carry. The way I and many others handled this was to get two 2200w generators that can be bridged together, as many smaller gens can be.

Another option is installing a soft start kit on the A/C unit so that it will need less amps to start. But that’s a couple of hundred dollars of expense.
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