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Old 09-24-2011, 06:52 PM   #1
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How long is your RV "TO DO" list?

It's All Your Fault. The more I read this forum the longer my list gets. I never gets shorter - just longer. And not becauce I am lazy, I JUST CAN'T KEEP UP. As of today here it is.
* Hope to get done before next big trip
# DW project
Here Tis

SKI I TO-DO LIST
 
Solar film windows - bedroom first - check 3m sun control
L bracket soap dispenser holder or maybe command strips on bottom
Vent holes in dump sewer storage tube
OBD dual port cable for Elm and Sat tracking module
R/Replace broken front clearance light lenses
Winegard SensarPro TV signal finder MSRP $69.99
Weatherproof cable TV receptacle
Captive bracket at rear of MW to stop in transit bouncing
Check if Lippert step missing cover
Step lights with LED strips inside and outside
R/Reinstall kitchen blind to center on window
AC outlet under table or at end of slide upper storage
Paint inside of bedroom roof vent cover and hatch lid
Slide bar for shower head
Two gutter sections to cover awning at home
* Clean A’cond filters
* Get Direct TV working in coach
* Shelves: ST closet rear
* Spare door keys hide in propane compartment
* Calibrate jacks
* Wash and wax
* Clean awning
* Spare fluids: brake, antifreeze, oil, tran, distilled water, windshield wash w antifreeze
* Tube storage for sun screens Look at ½ pvc pipe/shelf behind couch or at top of windshield
* Mud dauber screen frig
* 8 or 10 ga stranded wire and 50 amp fuse for new fuse block
* load dehumidifier
* install cell booster and inside antenna
* large box or basket to fit between birds chair and wall-for “when parked stuff:” wiper covers, tennis balls, smoking can etc.
* mount states visited map and bring up to date
* seven foot step ladder
TV modify AC outlet so plug not stressed/bent
Seal basement latches
Make storage under slide - ladder etc.
Locking gas cap Silverado 8.1 also try napa 703-1641/703-1643 stant 11506/10506
Replace and seal front clearance lights at top
Add digital audio out jack panel at big TV
Install alarm: Door contact, basement hatch contacts, freeze sensor in wet bay
Tinted window lexan panels
R/R radio antenna with spring loaded self grounding
Towel storage
Insulate doghouse
Water pump sound
Remote storage: radio. 2 Tv‘s, radio and dvd (maybe Velcro on or near item)
Independent 20 amp service
Flag pole and rod storage in basement
Chair and table storage
Install bubble level
4 wheel weigh
Fix floor tear
RV park form
Heat wet tank bay
POI factory.com for Garmin passport America
Hardwire chassis bat charger and think about battery disconnect switch
Shower cut off, one hand operation
Check grey vent
Shelf rear basement
Hi flow water pressure regulator
Bin shelves rear basement in center
Led indicator lights: patio light, battery use,
FILTER DASH RETURN AIR
MUD FLAP ENTRY STEP
Reliant email bills or auto pay
#Sew mattress seam
Closet, cupboard and pantry LED strip lights with magnetic switches
Basement door straps both rear doors
One row of shoe bag at inside top of closet doors for small item storage

Do me a favor and don't post any more GOOD IDEAS!
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Old 09-24-2011, 07:42 PM   #2
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My list is not as detailed as your, but it's still bigger than my wallet can handle at one time.

The major items are:


1. Progressive 50 wired in surge protector
2. Conveert CRT front TV to LCD/LED
3. Cel Phone amp
4. Modify bed frame for length extention
5. New mattress
6. A bunch of stuff that's on your list.
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Old 09-24-2011, 09:04 PM   #3
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Replace lock on power cord reel door with non keyed knob
Install in-line surge protector and autoformer
Mount TPMS monitor
Order Magne Shade for windshield and front side windows
Re-seal windshield
Adjust driver's side mirror
Correct rattle front corner curbside
Change water filter
Replace entry door screen
Replace wiper blades
Tighten vanity lamp shades
Replace exhaust turndown tip
Replace indicator light for hot water heater - electric
Replace shower mixing valve
Replace front A/C unit filter screen cover
Program entry door lock and order fob
Add bungee keeper to closet door – road side
Repair drawer latch under jack knife couch
Add performance chip
Angle bracket for engine cover
Repair loose tiles in front of refrigerator
Re-grout tile in kitchen/dinning area
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wow.... I thought my list was short, but you guys reminded me of a bunch of stuff I'd like to do. Thank goodness, nothing that I need to do.
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Old 09-24-2011, 09:38 PM   #5
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Thank God I don't make lists. I would either have to shoot myself or quit RVing if I thought I actually had that many things to be done before I could go out on our next trip.
Good luck and God Bless.
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Old 09-24-2011, 09:44 PM   #6
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LOL How long??? I just measure it in years.... :-)
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Old 09-25-2011, 02:15 AM   #7
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My RV list

  1. Replace rotted wood under frame where there is a "skirt" of aluminum.
  2. Remove surface rust from frame, repaint.
  3. Remove wire nuts from electric brake line splices and redo connections (previous owner must have used the wire nuts)
  4. Reinstall new flat molding on ceiling.
  5. Kool-Seal roof.
  6. Re-caulk roof seams and end caps.
  7. Replace slide-out weatherstripping.
  8. Replace slide-out cover fabric (current fabric is 13 years old)
  9. Rewire battery bank and reconfigure battery switch.
  10. Add permanent fuel tank and filler plumbing for generator.
  11. Replace shore power cord with Marinco connector.
  12. Build shelves for BluRay player, DirecTV receiver, and Wii in the former TV cabinet.
  13. Add small flat screen TV in bedroom.
  14. Add outdoor shower.
  15. Re-route King-Dome controller wiring to TV shelf.
  16. Add Jefatech Wi-Fi antenna and router.
  17. Add turn signal repeaters on each side of fifth-wheel.
  18. Fix four-wheel drive on tow vehicle (bad vacuum line)
  19. Wash and wax exterior.
  20. Adjust governor on generator.
  21. Repack wheel bearings and inspect brakes.
  22. Inspect and clean ignition and gas tubes on refrigerator, furnace, and water heater.
  23. Replace electric element in water heater.
  24. Build permanent step in bathroom for entry into shower.
  25. Install Oxygenics shower head.
  26. Add Edge monitor on tow vehicle.
  27. Replace antenna mount for HF/VHF amateur radio on tow vehicle (young son sheared off antenna by accident).
  28. Add pass-through hatch for amateur radio cables for use during real or simulated emergencies.
It sounds like a lot, but my rig is about to turn seventeen years old. Fixing what's in need of repair or replacement should keep me busy until next spring. But I don't think the list will ever get shorter. The rig gets older, there are always new toys coming out that I would like to add, and spending money on the fifth-wheel will keep me from buying a pontoon boat.
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Old 09-25-2011, 06:06 AM   #8
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I don't need a list of my own, I just read these
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Old 09-25-2011, 08:13 AM   #9
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Hate to do this to myself but here it goes.

Remove everything from basement storage, rearrange neatly and remove anything we don't use.
New water filter
Unplug and run new residential fridge overnight on inverter to test how the batteries will hold up
Sanitize fresh water tank
Wash & wax again
Continue loading everything needed to escape to Florida till spring
Buy new seats for Zodiac boat in basement (sitting on coolers not cutting it)
Check tire pressure
Buy or make solar shade for windshield

Next spring/summer list:
New carpet or laminate floor
Replace tube TVs
Oil & filter
Fuel filters

Two minutes after posting I will think up ten more.
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ctpres,

You're a riot....just when I think it's the end, I keep scrolling down; just kept laughing. Really, I think most of it is minor stuff that could wait forever. Can you enlist some help? Maybe one of those guys outside Home Depot??
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I only have a few things, replace the carpet in the back bedroom, wash/wax.
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My list isn't that long, but it is listed as years.....
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Old 09-28-2011, 09:02 AM   #13
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I think there are 15 things on the list right now.

Every time I mark one off, I add two more to do.
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I have one item only!

To get a part-time job so I can afford an older Beaver or HR diesel.

PS: Might take 3 part-time jobs.
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