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Old 02-08-2015, 07:01 PM   #15
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Thanks, and I'll do that for some things - but I can't help myself. We sill want to hang a couple of things that are going to be too heavy for command/velcro.

BTW, when in for the TPM recall fix I asked them to look underneath to come up with an accepable location for installing a sewer carrier and they were not able to come up with anything. That's why I went ahead and ordered the Stowaway.

Side note: In another forum we were discussing the fact that I was unable to use the keyfob to lock all the doors when the emergency/hand brake was on. The suggested cure was to disconnect the white wire at the bottom of the handle. I tried it, and it worked. The only downside appears to be that there is no indication on the dashboard that the hand brake is on, but I'd rather be able to lock the doors when on a hill. If anyone has a "better" solution I'd be happy to hear about it.
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I will spend much time in city environs so I wanted everything locked up. (Okay, I'm just anal, can't help it.) I'll be putting my 15 feet of Rhino Flex and 10 feet of Valterra slinky with all of the attachments left on in this 41.2 qt "watertight/air-tight" tote from The Container Store, which I'll put inside of my Stowaway. My not very scientific test, (suffice to say my dog helped by providing test material), seemed to prove that the construction of the tote keeps the odor of the slinky from escaping to get on the other items in the Stowaway. Of course I won't know for sure until I can de-winterize and actually use this stuff.
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Hi! wincrasher, where did you get thos tubes, what brand are they? That looks pretty neat..
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