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Old 08-11-2016, 09:02 AM   #197
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true, but the I beams are 7 foot apart....not really an option
Any trailer/hitch shop should be able to weld this up.
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Kicker speakers

Both sets of speakers are 3-way Kicker speakers. The ceiling speakers (6.5") were a easy to install, although I had to use the existing wires. I guess they are stapled in place or wrapped around something. I tried to use them to pull in some larger wires but couldn't get them to budge. The speakers are a vast improvement. In the sleeping area, I installed a set of 4" that fit perfectly inside the frame on both sides. Since the Jensen amp/tuner had a 3rd (C) channel, wiring was a snap and the sound is outstanding. I used either 14 or 16 ga wire, I don't recall. I found since the quality of the outside speakers aren't that great, I use both sets of speakers(B&C) when I'm outside and it sound much better. I haven't decided if I'm going to change the outside speakers, yet
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Both sets of speakers are 3-way Kicker speakers. The ceiling speakers (6.5") were a easy to install, although I had to use the existing wires. I guess they are stapled in place or wrapped around something. I tried to use them to pull in some larger wires but couldn't get them to budge. The speakers are a vast improvement. In the sleeping area, I installed a set of 4" that fit perfectly inside the frame on both sides. Since the Jensen amp/tuner had a 3rd (C) channel, wiring was a snap and the sound is outstanding. I used either 14 or 16 ga wire, I don't recall. I found since the quality of the outside speakers aren't that great, I use both sets of speakers(B&C) when I'm outside and it sound much better. I haven't decided if I'm going to change the outside speakers, yet
is the 3rd channel pre wired
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Old 08-11-2016, 09:57 PM   #200
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there are wires for the 3rd channel that are unused. Fairly simple to figure out polarity as they are marked. The hard part is just fishing the wires to where you locate your speakers
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Both sets of speakers are 3-way Kicker speakers. The ceiling speakers (6.5") were a easy to install, although I had to use the existing wires. I guess they are stapled in place or wrapped around something. I tried to use them to pull in some larger wires but couldn't get them to budge. The speakers are a vast improvement. In the sleeping area, I installed a set of 4" that fit perfectly inside the frame on both sides. Since the Jensen amp/tuner had a 3rd (C) channel, wiring was a snap and the sound is outstanding. I used either 14 or 16 ga wire, I don't recall. I found since the quality of the outside speakers aren't that great, I use both sets of speakers(B&C) when I'm outside and it sound much better. I haven't decided if I'm going to change the outside speakers, yet
Thanks for the info!
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Wall treament on Bathroom wall

Wife and I always wanted to put something on the bathroom wall , since you look straight through the trailer to that wall. Found this on Ebay , self stick , removable leave no mark peel and stick decal. comes in pieces so you arrange tree as you like it to fit your area. Turned out nice.
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Wife and I are awaiting delivery this week of our new 2201ds in platinum from factory
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Congratulation Tim Tool Man on the new 2201DS. We bought one last year and love it. We really like the outdoor kitchen, huge bathroom and that giant awning. We're leaving out this morning for a few days in the N. Ga. mountains.
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Thks, it was the bathroom that sold us on it
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Question on the Minnie tank sensors - 2017 2401RG series. Are the sensors mounted inside the tank (more susceptible to failure) or are they mounted outside the tank, less failure, higher price.

I cannot see the tank since it is enclosed.
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Old 08-18-2016, 07:32 AM   #207
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I believe they are in the tank.

But as with most things, the best sensor is between your ears. With time, you will know that even when the sensors work, full isn't really full, empty isn't really empty, etc.

I hardly ever look at my sensors anymore... only to see if my fresh water is getting low. A peak down the toilet or even the sound when flushing tells you all you need to know.
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My fresh and gray water sensors work just fine. My black water tank sensor is questionable at best. We've camped for 5 days and didn't fill up the 25 gallon black water tank so I know we are good for that long.
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Yup, I know for us (two adults and two middles cool kids) can go about 4 nights before the black gets full. And that's with me adding lots of water to the tank.
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How quick does your grey fill up? I'm new at this. I have the 2106DS.
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