I had a tough time reaching 500 miles before my first big tow. I just took it easy and kept the speed around 55mph. I like the suggestion below to take some back roads at first then hop on the highway.
So lets recap. Jerrod is getting a new truck, Jim is getting a New house and upgrading back to a fifth wheel and finally the Tanners are getting a new vacation home. Lol.
Was your truck posted by Kelderman? I saw two trucks on their Facebook page.
If the screws are rusty most of the time you will shear the heads off. When out you will need to back out the rest of the screw or hammer it through with a punch. Just put in Stainless screws on the next go around.
I've read through the whole list here. Everyone has excellent suggestions. I see that your power always comes back which tells me something is tripping and then returning. Did you add your solar system a year ago? What changes have you made to the system a year ago? I would start small...
You may have to trace the line up to the duct work. Sometimes if the penetration into the duct is too large or intrusive it has the opposite affect and the air glides around and over it instead of going into the duct. This may require removing a few panels in the loft area to get to the duct...
Dave I love this solution. I have tried a couple things to block the wind. I will try this now and see how it works. I was even considering bending a piece of metal that would fit around the front of the griddle and the sides to block the wind.