Tango Hotel: Tango 289BH RV Travel Trailer

I finally had our 2007 GMC Yukon XL Denali setup for towing and got some time on Friday to pull home our new 30-foot travel trailer--which I nicknamed "Tango Hotel." The original plan was to keep it for one night and bring it back the next day, but our schedule was so busy that instead of rushing the next day, we decided to keep the trailer for the rest of the week. It actually worked out well because we were able to sleep in the trailer for two nights. It allowed us to get familiar with how everything worked in the trailer and start to setup everything the way that we wanted. I got a chance to complete some modifications and one of the first things I did was replace the old fashioned RV thermostat with a modern digital programmable thermostat.

I've got a few more mods that I want to do before we live for our first trip next week.


  1. We are about to pick up our very first travel trailer and it happens to be a Tango. Thanks for your blogs and very helpful hints. We are down in Lake Stevens, Wa. Maybe we will see you on the road sometime!

  2. Congrats! We're really happy with ours. Have fun with it!

  3. How difficult was it to replace the thermastat?

  4. It's not difficult at all. All you need is a screwdriver and to know where each wire connects.


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