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Old 08-28-2019, 10:44 PM   #1
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One Mod that you did that you love everyday.

Like the title says. What one modification that you love everyday.

I am not talking about fixing something. It has to be a thing that either you improved on or added.

Here is mine
I added a gas strut to the entry door. Every time I use it I enjoy not worrying about the door swigging open too far. It opens and stays open at a 90 degree angle. With barely a little more effort it closes smoothly.
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Old 08-29-2019, 04:16 AM   #3
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Raise Power Gear leveler jacks individually

I can extend the levelers individually, wouldn't it be wonderful to be able to raise the legs individually. I can now.

To do this, I added a relay and push button in the circuit.. Now when I level the MH, if I extend one of the legs a little to much, instead if hitting RETRACT ALL button and starting over again, I simply raise the leg as much as needed to get the coach level.

How to raise Power Gear jacks one at a time – 1999 Southwind 35S


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Voted #1 by a large margin in our two-person survey is the slow-close toilet seat.

The runner-up is the pushbutton open-from-the-inside-without-sliding-the panel screen door opener.

Both of these were cheap and easy to do.

I have spent a lot more time and money on things that few people would notice!
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Can you explain what the "push button" is for your screen door? Sounds like something I would like.
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Residential Refrigerator. No more worrying about the rig burning down and delicious ice cream bars that don't fall off the stick.
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For us, it's 2750w solar.
Another, although you only asked for one, is the residential fridge.
(If we have to do it again, these are must!)
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Can you explain what the "push button" is for your screen door? Sounds like something I would like.
I got the idea from Andy Baird's blog site. Here's a picture of his setup. I would share a picture of ours, if I had a picture. I used a bicycle spoke instead of the coat-hanger Andy used. I also replaced the spring in the latch with a softer one (from an old retractable pen). Keep the slider closed, open with one finger- what's not to like?

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I had the control modules reprogrammed to dump the tag pressure with the directional switch when below 20 mph and also had the "Dump Tag" switch reprogrammed to "Inflate" the tag. Now, I can manage the tag suspension the way I want when needed. This was back in 2013 and after it worked so well for me, Tiffin adapted the directional dump to all of the new Buses since then.
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Installed a spring for self closing screen door, cost $2.
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Three mods for us, all of which we love equally. Res fridge, MCD shades, and solar.
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