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Old 11-13-2014, 07:18 PM   #85
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High quality telescoping ladder supports up to 300 lbs safely. Collapsed it's easy to store.

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Old 11-13-2014, 07:22 PM   #86
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Space is tight in an RV....make your stuff more versatile and do more. With your iPad tablet and this telephoto lens, who needs a traditional camera anymore 😃


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Old 11-14-2014, 06:49 AM   #87
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Pasdad1 that's about the coolest item! I'm getting one. Have you used it and would you recommend the lens. Would have been a great Shark Tank item!
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Old 11-14-2014, 07:26 AM   #88
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Pasdad1 that's about the coolest item! I'm getting one. Have you used it and would you recommend the lens. Would have been a great Shark Tank item!

I don't have one.......yet 😃 It's on my wish list!
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Old 11-14-2014, 10:18 AM   #89
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I can think of only 7 "must haves"...(listed in no particular order), they are:
1.) A "spirit of adventure".
2.) Good tires.
3.) A "spotter" that knows what she's doing.
4.) A little "mechanical ability".
5.) A lot of "common sense".
6.) A CoachNet membership card.
7.) A credit card.

Most anything else you can pick up along the way, (and believe me... you will).
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Mel - #3 would be a good spotter that knows what they are doing but I agree with everything else lol.

Also we use an external heavy duty surge protector plugged into shore power.
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Fitting or valve for emergency plumbing repair.
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Old 11-14-2014, 02:46 PM   #91
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That campsite is perfect......except for that low hanging branch that keeps rubbing on the slide topper...well now you can fix that! Don't risk falling off the RV roof to try to cut branches! Comes apart for easy storage. Also great for cutting up firewood.


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Old 11-14-2014, 02:57 PM   #92
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It's winter time....you need to know if your wet bay and basement are staying warm enough! Position one of the wireless sensors down there, and read the temp easily from your bedroom! Put the other sensor on your rear ladder or other location to know the true outside temperature. You can also keep track of your refrigerator temp if you want.....all up to you.



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This movie is required viewing by all that go RVing ! Robin Williams was a great talent....RIP

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If you really want to know what is happening with your engine.....have an oil analysis performed. This kit includes the testing fee prepaid.....saves some money over the other guys testing fee.

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Old 11-14-2014, 04:01 PM   #95
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This gadget really works! It's the fastest and best at picking up all sorts of dirt, sand, leaves, spilled cereal on carpet, tile or wood flooring. Quick and easy. Quiet enough to not wake people from sleeping. Cordless and rechargeable.

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Old 11-14-2014, 06:29 PM   #96
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When you are not using your vent, put this insulated "pillow" in the vent to help keep out cold drafts in the winter, or blazing heat in the summer. One side is reflective to make it extra effective against those hot summer rays! Fits any standard 14 inch vent.


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Old 11-14-2014, 06:33 PM   #97
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Basement storage locks pretty much all use the same generic keys with not much variability. Crooks could probably easily have a key ring with a few dozen keys, that would fit 90 percent of the factory locks. Replace the keyed locks with these combination locks, and gain extra security, and convenience. Comes in different sizes.



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For some, this is never needed. For others, they get by with disconnecting the hose when freezing weather is expected. Still others make their own version. However if you want to camp in freezing temperatures, and have a steady water supply, this looks like a quality made unit....it should be for the price....right ! I haven't personally tried this, but it seems well made.



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