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Old 04-08-2013, 05:46 PM   #1
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Mods to my sportsman classic 16 bh

Made a few mods to my 16 bh this week end.



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New faucet to make it easier to wash.

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Had some work done to help the draining of my ac and it left a big gap so trimmed it out.

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Only had a closet rod so I added adjustable shelving.
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Looks good. I too added shelves in my wardrobe closet. When I go camping I don't take any clothes I need to hang up anyway.
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Old 08-04-2013, 10:40 PM   #3
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New mods added installed a refrigerator fan to help on those really hot days. Haven't tried it yet got finished installing it then the weather got cool and rainy. However on a 72 deg day it took fridge down to 34 deg hope to get good results on a hot day.
Led on the switch and on the fan to tell if its on.
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I'm not familiar with the fridge fan mod... is there a link with more info? It looks like the fan is under the fridge?
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The fan is mounted in the back at the upper vent what this does is pulls the air through the cooler coils and gets the flow going for better cooling on a hot day haven't tried it out yet though to much rain here in Missouri. Lots of ideas just search for Rv fridge fan mod.
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The fan is mounted in the back at the upper vent what this does is pulls the air through the cooler coils and gets the flow going for better cooling on a hot day haven't tried it out yet though to much rain here in Missouri. Lots of ideas just search for Rv fridge fan mod.
Impressive mod work with switch inside and LED indicators. I believe I have all the parts around to do this so I'll be incorporating these in for sure. Thanks for posting!
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