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Old 05-19-2011, 02:04 AM   #127
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I still don't understand what you might use it for. I am confused do help me. How can it help my RV? I am interested to invest in these things. But why?
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Old 05-19-2011, 02:51 AM   #128
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Whats next: a 90 Deg 50 Amp plug for the RV, if I can find one that will work in the SeaBreeze 1350
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Old 05-19-2011, 05:31 AM   #129
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A Sani-Con macerator pump so we don't have to break camp every week while in Traversece City for the summer to drive over to the State campground and dump the tanks. This will make things a lot more convenient. I'm not totally sold on the 12 Volt version of this, so I'm in the process of constructing a 120 Volt unit. I believe it will last a whole lot longer but only further testing when it's complete will tell. I no, I no I must have a lot of time on my hands. Let's just hope when it's done that what it's being built for doesn't pass thru my hands.
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Old 05-19-2011, 06:00 AM   #130
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We bought a little Coleman BBQ grill that was narrow enough to pass through the 8 1/2 " wide opening of our rear storage compartment. Also got the griddle and carrying case to help keep it neat and tidy back there.
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Old 05-19-2011, 06:38 AM   #131
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New residential fridge. Still haven't got it inside yet.

New flush ball and gaskets for toilet. Not as bad a job if you empty, flush then dump some soap in and do it again. Now it holds water again.

Next is a flat panel TV to replace the front "70 lb boat anchor Sony" we have.
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Old 05-19-2011, 12:06 PM   #132
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New residential fridge. Still haven't got it inside yet.

New flush ball and gaskets for toilet. Not as bad a job if you empty, flush then dump some soap in and do it again. Now it holds water again.

Next is a flat panel TV to replace the front "70 lb boat anchor Sony" we have.

You'll LOVE the fridge....got 22 cuft here!

In my experiences, if you boondock much, you will need at least 400 Ah additional battery capacity for each 24 hours..(2-6v 200AH batts) to run the fridge. I've been told that the compressors don't like "modified" sine wave inverters, but mine works fine.

Mine is an "Older" unit (2003) and not as efficient as the newer ones.
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Old 05-19-2011, 12:15 PM   #133
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Donald, re your post #127. This appeared in my email inbox. Which of the posts is this addressed to? I was post #126 and your question does noy seem to apply to me. Is that correct? Thanks for any clarification, Ken.....
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Old 05-19-2011, 12:32 PM   #134
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You'll LOVE the fridge....got 22 cuft here!

In my experiences, if you boondock much, you will need at least 400 Ah additional battery capacity for each 24 hours..(2-6v 200AH batts) to run the fridge. I've been told that the compressors don't like "modified" sine wave inverters, but mine works fine.

Mine is an "Older" unit (2003) and not as efficient as the newer ones.
We don't boondock much at all so that is no problem. While on the road we stay a night or two just for rest at a truck stop or rest area and could just shut it off for the night. Another poster here has the same model and tells me it works fine on the modified wave.

The reason it isn't in the MH yet is that it fit through the door but it would not clear the TV hanging down. The Norcold was shorter. It will fit through a side window without removing the glass. Now I need to get a lift or something to get a 200lb fridge 6' up on its side to go into an opening about 1" wider than it is. Note to self: put insurance guy on speed dial. Think I can get a friend with a loader but renting a material handling lift might be smoother.
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Old 05-19-2011, 06:58 PM   #135
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The thingamajig to connect the grill to the trailer's propane so I can stop buying the little disposable bottles
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Old 05-19-2011, 07:36 PM   #136
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Engine and transmission computer software upgrade from Brazels RV. Scan Gauge II, to keep track of things.
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Old 05-19-2011, 08:03 PM   #137
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A couple of fuel filters for the old'n ! One that sits half way along the chassis rail & the little one that sits in the holley carb.

One more left to source which sits directly between the in tank fuel pump & just before the external electric pump which pushes it to the carb.
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Old 05-19-2011, 08:08 PM   #138
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Hydraulic leveling jacks, and a mount to mount the flat screen outside on the side of the coach!
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Old 05-20-2011, 08:55 AM   #139
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Magnaflow 12589 Stainless Steel 3" Oval Mufflers. The OEM mufflers were very rusty and at least twice as big and heavy, not to mention restrictive. I did the job myself and the total cost including two flange gaskets, Magnaflow Stainless Tips, and two Magniflow 12589 Mufflers was $280. A great improvement and it sounds great!
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SteerSafe, yet to be installed. Rebuilt the Sani-Con pump. The rubber impeller only had two vanes left out of six after 4 years. Never have used the 3" stinky slinky.
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