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Old 03-23-2016, 02:57 PM   #1023
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I like this idea. Flag of country of orgin. I like to see the American flag on the semi's, personal vehicles and RV's of all classes. It's a feeling of togetherness that America lost some years ago. We need to be together this time and day, be very proud of our flag and realize what it truly stands for. Push party's of choice to the side, not focus strickly on the negatives of the world we live in.

Sorry I drifted way off topic but it felt right at the time.. Just sayin...
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Old 03-24-2016, 12:11 PM   #1024
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Ok just dropped it off at the shop and will post pics as they do the change. They said they would send me pics of each stage.
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Old 03-24-2016, 01:09 PM   #1025
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Restrung day/nite shade. Does that count.
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Old 03-24-2016, 04:36 PM   #1026
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Just stopped in to choose colors for my RV at Rolart and spoke with Robert, John I saw your gal in there and they had stripped off at least one side so far. It is going to look so good!

Robert sure has good prices!

I saw pics of other units he has done and another one that was 40' that he had started striping. It sure looked good. Can't wait to add new bling to mine!!
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Old 03-24-2016, 08:24 PM   #1027
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I told to make it like they would like it but no low rider please. 😂
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Old 03-25-2016, 09:44 AM   #1028
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Restrung day/nite shade. Does that count.
I hope so. We have done almost all the shades in our coach.
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Old 03-25-2016, 11:59 AM   #1029
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Truma Aqua Go

We installed a Truma Aqua Go Water heater in our motorhome. This is the best mod we have done to date. We had 3 people taking long hot showers every morning and never ran out of hot water. The on demand instant water heater is everything that was advertised. We love it. It fit as a direct replacement for the 10 gallon heater that came with the motorhome. It is worth every penny we paid for it,
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Old 03-26-2016, 09:53 AM   #1030
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We installed a Truma Aqua Go Water heater in our motorhome. This is the best mod we have done to date. We had 3 people taking long hot showers every morning and never ran out of hot water. The on demand instant water heater is everything that was advertised. We love it. It fit as a direct replacement for the 10 gallon heater that came with the motorhome. It is worth every penny we paid for it,
If you don't mind, how much did you pay? Was it easy to install?
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Old 03-26-2016, 01:29 PM   #1031
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It was very easy to install, remove the old water heater then hook up the new heater installing the gas line, hot and cold water lines. The water bypass set up for the old heater is no longer needed. The power switch inside the coach is not needed. Power for the new unit is wired direct from a 12 volt dedicated fused circuit. The on off switch is located directly on the heater.
The cost of the heater is approx. $1200.
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Old 03-26-2016, 03:53 PM   #1032
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It was very easy to install, remove the old water heater then hook up the new heater installing the gas line, hot and cold water lines. The water bypass set up for the old heater is no longer needed. The power switch inside the coach is not needed. Power for the new unit is wired direct from a 12 volt dedicated fused circuit. The on off switch is located directly on the heater.
The cost of the heater is approx. $1200.
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Old 04-01-2016, 01:33 PM   #1033
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Finally got around to a permanent installation of my Jefa Tech repeater and 8.5db antenna.
Fabricated a mount (1.5" x 1/8" x 24" aluminum stock) that is secured to the TV crank up antenna with #8 32 x 1/2" x 3 screws.

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Ran the cable to the side of the refrigerator vent (white dot in the shadow right of the small mound of goop).

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Cautiously drilled a hole from the book rack to the refrigerator vent cavity (yea no wiring).

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Vecro'd the repeater to the cabinet end.

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Ran hard wire Ethernet to Blu-Ray DVD player.

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Fr 5877-p-01

Is anyone aware of the Regulation to stop us from living in our RV,S?

We have till the 11th of April to give our conversation concerns!
Please go to www. Regulation.gov and read FR 5877-P-01.
We must try to stop this!!!!
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Blew out burner tube and installed new circut board for atwood water heater. Beautiful blue flame😉
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Installed a ceiling fan in the bedroom and build a new AC diffuser.
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