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Old 11-25-2006, 07:58 AM   #1
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is really easy...I just swapped switch positions for the pedals and tag dump...that puts the tag dump next to the gear selector. I never use the pedal switch anyhoo. There was so much slack in all my cables, I think I could rearrange the entire bank if needed...nice feature!
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is really easy...I just swapped switch positions for the pedals and tag dump...that puts the tag dump next to the gear selector. I never use the pedal switch anyhoo. There was so much slack in all my cables, I think I could rearrange the entire bank if needed...nice feature!
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Old 11-25-2006, 08:39 AM   #3
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Good job Larry, I have also moved or swapped wiring at switch locations for lights, water pump and fans for easier funtions. Have added switches for lights in closets also, the highline coachs may already have these. Plus switch lights under sink cabinets.
Its alot easier for wife with these added arangements.
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We have added door switches to automatically turn on lights in cabinets/closets/etc. in addtion to adding lights under sinks, etc.
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Old 11-25-2006, 06:03 PM   #5
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Larry, have you had any issues with the door wedge? I am referring to the air actuated disk that grabs the wedge located at the top of the cabin door. I had some open my door the other day as I was backing in to my warehouse. The wedge did not break, but I'm sure it wasn't good for the mechanism.
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My door latch has been ok so far, but I notice some ragged wear on the nylon block, even tho no one has tried to come in with it locked...still seems to lock up without wind noise
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