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Old 07-17-2016, 08:02 PM   #1093
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Nothing compared to what you guys are doing.

Added a marine ON/OFF switch and Volt meter controlled by a toggle switch.

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My husband and neighbor (who had replaced his headlights on F250) got the new headlights I bought installed and I took the opportunity to paint the plastic rim with the truck bed liner spray paint.
Boy, that looks great, really makes the lights 'POP'. I'll have to get some of that. What brand was that, Rust-oleum?
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Old 07-18-2016, 06:09 PM   #1095
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Gerryl you are correct, it was a can of the
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Old 08-08-2016, 02:26 PM   #1096
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Got our coach back from getting restriped. Went from basic bleached, faded no color to bright happy color stripes!


McKTX, that red looks awesome, congrats on a major upgrade! I'm originally a Cornhusker, and I'm looking to get some bright scarlet red on my coach also. So is this paint, or new vinyl decals? Details, please
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These are vinyl stripes. We went to a place in Dallas that wraps cars, trucks etc and they have developed a reputation for also doing the stripes on RV's, TT etc. It was $1800 + tax to remove the old ones, clean it and put the new colors on. They also come up with "new" stripe designs if you don't really like the pattern it currently has. We are REALLY pleased with how it looks. Took it to get some RV work done at the local place and they thought we had traded rigs!
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And what would the name of this place in Dallas be? Thanks

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Great folks to work with. You send them a pic of your RV and they can give you a real good picture of what it will look like with the new stripes. Also check out different color schemes on your RV with your pictures.
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Need contact info for wall mount dinette table bracket as found in Winnebago and Jayco.
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McKTX - Allegro striping

The new striping is awesome looking. Where did you get the striping ? Was it custom cut or ordered from rv company ? Thanks
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I have a 2014 Springdale by Keystone. 24 foot camper. I have a question and I need someone to help me. My two batteries on the front end we're dead. I put a charger on each one of the batteries. And my interior lights went from Bright to dim. Now the camper has been running off an external power source. And I don't know why my lights don't work? Can someone help
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My recent modification was actually to the generator, not the trailer itself. I want the generator on the driver's side away from the rear trailer door. The problem with this is, the exhaust needs to be out that side to, but it puts the controls and plugs on the backside. I tried out a copper tube to direct the exhaust where I wanted it.




Works fine until the A/C unit kicks on. Apparently the back-pressure is affected too much and it was a failure. I'm sure some smooth bore pipe would work but I was really disappointed. The corrugated copper is the first thing that I saw that would thread right on. Back to the drawing board.
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