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Old 09-03-2014, 04:17 PM   #85
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You make me feel lazy, with all that work your doing !!! Once we got ours road worthy i haven't done much. Except for repairing the awning we lost by being stupid and left it up as we went shopping for the day


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What happened to the awning?....wind?
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Old 09-03-2014, 06:30 PM   #86
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Knew it was going to be a rainy day and knew we were protected from any major wind,even had one end a little lower than the other. A local told us it rained 4+ inch"s in a short period . Will never leave it up again when we leave or go to sleep.
So much easier to roll it up !!!!
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Old 09-03-2014, 07:02 PM   #87
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Knew it was going to be a rainy day and knew we were protected from any major wind,even had one end a little lower than the other. A local told us it rained 4+ inch"s in a short period . Will never leave it up again when we leave or go to sleep.
So much easier to roll it up !!!!
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Yup,

We do the same unless we have our Christmas lights on for the evening.
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UPDATE!

Sorry, haven't put out any updates in awhile. Been really busy but I have a few progress photos to share with you all.


New Battery and cut off switch.


New Breakaway switch.


Old steel twist lock for the screen room.


New Stainless Steel twist lock


New Stereo. There is still a lot of cabinet work to make this look right and work right


New Speakers


New water heater.


Now here is the best part. All of these parts were purchased for less than $150! We are so blessed to have an Interstate Battery warehouse and a trailer parts liquidator very close to where we live. You cant beat it!
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Did I kill my own thread?
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Doesn't look dead to me.
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Keep it coming. We're watching.
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