- February 24, 2021 at 16:26 #49320
I looked for a search feature because this has been discussed I’m sure. Perhaps I missed it? Does the power cord from the truck plug into the front or the rear on the WC campers. My truck’s receptical is in the rear. I’m trying to get all the gear I need before I get to the dealer and get bent further over than I already have. I’m going to be one of the WC890 owners. Should have it in three weeks or so. Maybe four.
- February 24, 2021 at 18:56 #49324Mello MikeKeymaster
It plugs into the front of the camper. At least it did for my old Wolf Creek 850.
- February 25, 2021 at 06:24 #49326
Thank you Mello Mike! Much appreciated!
- February 25, 2021 at 17:18 #49337AnonymousInactive
On our WC 840, on the front. (Lance now.)
- March 1, 2021 at 05:38 #49435
Thanks for that Bryan! I should hear from my dealer this week. How are you liking your Lance? I was looking at them…
- March 2, 2021 at 12:14 #49525AnonymousInactive
We like it a lot. Yes, it would be nice to have two batteries, a generator, and two propane tanks, but since we’re no longer full-time RVers, we just keep reminding ourselves that we’re “camping” now! We don’t tend to go out more than a couple of weeks. We are looking at doing a 3-month trip to Alaska in 2022, so that will stretch our capabilities a bit.
A big plus is that we have very little overhang in the rear and barely any at all to the sides. If the mirrors fit, the camper fits – all we have to keep a close eye on is the overhead height.
Enjoy your WC – we did a four-month stint in ours one summer up in the NW and it worked out pretty well.
- March 9, 2021 at 05:50 #49724
Wow a three month trip to Alaska will be something else. I have always wanted to make a run up there. Kind of a bucket list thing I guess. It will be just me for a lot of the time, the DW has decided that staying home isn’t so bad. But when my son and the grandkids go out there will be a crowd.
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