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Old 04-16-2019, 07:36 PM   #1
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Any other upgrades I should be looking at for my Itasca Latitude

I have had my coach a year and performed the below upgrades.

4 AGM 220ah Lifeline Batteries.
Victon Blue tooth batterry monitor.
Charge controller for 2x100w portable solar.
40inch and 32inch LED TVs
Awning LED lights.
Blue Ray and region free DVD.
Led lights.
60 amp 4 stage convertor.

The coach inverter is 600w but MSW but will continue to use it. I do not have an AGS.

Anything else I should be looking at?


2008 Itasca Latitude 37g UFO Gas pusher.
2012 Jeep Wrangler Sahara JKU.
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Old 04-16-2019, 09:55 PM   #2
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Here is my list of mods for our MH. Got a different list for the 5th wheeler.

Some of these mods are very customized for our own style and needs others are fairly typical.

Mods for the Minnie Winnie

1. Added built-in power protection unit
2. Upgraded to two 6 volt batteries
3. Added Battery Protect device (EMS), with remote LED
4. Added switch and breaker for entire 12 volt system
5. Added Bogart Trimetric battery monitor
6. Added upper and lower frig chimney fans
7. Add automatic frig chimney Halon system, plus four other fire extinguishers, foaming and dry chemical types
8. Added frig interior fans
9. Added two 20 amp 12 volt power outlets, one exterior on passenger side and one on driverís side
10. Added three 12v/USB charge points
11. Added cell phone booster with exterior antenna
12. Replaced bed mattress
13. Replaced table support with a swivel mounting system
14. Added one screen door grab bars
15. Added TPMS
16. Added review camera
17. One sewer hose drawers under the frame
18. Water pressure gauge inside
19. Added a 2 gallon water pressure tank
20. Added a whole house water filter
21. Added a residential water pressure regulator
22. Upgraded the water pump
23. Rear LED backup lights under bumper
24. Replaced bedroom room Maxxair fan
25. Added fan and vent dome covers on roof
26. Upgraded to LED interior lighting
27. Added LED makeup light in bathroom
28. Added motion senor light in most cabinets and closet spaces
29. Converted bedroom 120 volt outlet to include two USB chargers
30. Fitted Reflectix for all windows and skylights
31. Added tile back splash around stove
32. Added a quick disconnect propane line inside for a indoor radiant heater
33. Replaced old flooring with new vinyl plank flooring
34. Added variable speed control for kitchen exhaust fan
35. Added a swivel base for the passenger seat
36. Added under awning LED lights
37. Replace covering used on bed headboard
38. Added two interior 120 volt outlets
39. Add automatic transfer switch
40. Added additional shelves in bath cabinet
41. Relocated latter used to access front loft

Pending Mods
1. Add WiFi booster
2. New spare tire carrier
3. Add Frig chimney Halon fire extinguisher
4. Add counter top drop extension
5. Add variable speed control for lower and upper chimney fans
6. Add VHF weather radio
7. Add dash camera
8. Upgrade door window with one-way view glass
9. Add second Maxxair fan in front of unit
10. Add electronic valve to fill fresh water tank from city water connection
11. Replace dinning room table
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