Sorry that I've been missing in action and hopefully this reply will display most of the
mods I've done to date.
Cutting off and Shorting the sewer line:
Buford's Pole Holder Mounted:
How to Get Power to Buford's Pole:
Split vinyl tube protecting upper shelf cloth ledge:
Adding additional heavy duty support to pantry slide shelves (Purchased a Home Depot):
How to carry 20 foot sewer hose: Cut off the end of the stock 10' hose
carrier and then the larger hose curls perfectly into a 5 gal. bucket.
Coiled Fabric Heating Ducts Covered and Protected in front storage area:
Protect wiring where it contacts metal frame:
Make sure your brake wires are out of harm's way. Tie them up high or
they might end up being crushed between the axle and frame.
Adding another mounting location for the small table:
Adding Reading Lights Over Master Bed..... Where to run the wires from:
Protecting the WW wood photo-finish at door handles. It's easily damaged
and this is a high contact area, especially if the wife and kids have long fingernails.
I went to TAP plastics and got some heavy duty vinyl and cut it to size.
For those too cheap to install an air conditioner in the master bedroom:
Adding more support to sagging water tank crossmembers:
A shut off valve between the two 75 gallon water tanks enables you to fill only
the front tank...... if that is all you need to carry.
Adding more storage space below the bed by making it deeper. Also
added a bit of a slope for better sleeping. It's lower at the foot of the bed.
Made Ramp Door Cables attached to Stainless steel eye bolt and Nut at Ramp.