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Old 03-08-2013, 11:10 AM   #1961
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New vent cover for fridge, folding beach chair, new 5 day cooler, 2 more pie makers. New radio was a gift from Valentines day with DVD player and aux input to replace Cass deck player.
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Old 03-09-2013, 08:53 AM   #1962
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New vent cover for fridge, folding beach chair, new 5 day cooler, 2 more pie makers. New radio was a gift from Valentines day with DVD player and aux input to replace Cass deck player.
We're on our way. When will the pies be ready? We can stop and pickup some vanilla ice cream.
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Old 03-09-2013, 10:20 AM   #1963
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We're on our way. When will the pies be ready? We can stop and pickup some vanilla ice cream.
Sounds good can't wait to get the camper out of storage.
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Old 03-09-2013, 10:22 AM   #1964
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Another portable icemaker as the Dometic lasted less than 2 years. This time we bought a $99 one from Walmart rather than throw away another $200 on a Dometic.
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Old 03-09-2013, 11:49 AM   #1965
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Just ordered this for a little extra cargo carrying capability. Best use I think will be for firewood that we bring. No more messy under storage from the firewood and it'll be easier to move the firewood closer the the fire ring once set up.

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Just ordered this for a little extra cargo carrying capability. Best use I think will be for firewood that we bring. No more messy under storage from the firewood and it'll be easier to move the firewood closer the the fire ring once set up.
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Old 03-09-2013, 10:30 PM   #1967
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Wolfpack I like that. Never saw a cargo hitch extension with wheels. However I agree most of the time I would need bigger wheels than those little casters. But nice idea!
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Old 03-10-2013, 07:20 AM   #1968
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Bought an Aroma induction cook plate from Costco. Actually two, the one for the house will go into the 5er eventually. Works great and no S/H.
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Old 03-10-2013, 08:58 AM   #1969
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As I sit here watching ice fishermen on the lake I realized itís been a cold, long winter and there was way too much time to think about what I wanted to add/change on our MH. Here is what I will be adding as soon as the cover comes off.
1. New Jenson AWM975 radio/DVD player for the front dash. the AWM970 unit that came with the MH is only standard definition and the MH came with 42" hi-def. TV. You would have think Winnebago would have noticed the miss match.
2. BrakeMaster 2nd RV braking kit.
3. Dish Tailgater satellite antenna
4. New kitchen faucet with spray wand
5. 5-Star tuning to improve the driving and shifting characteristics.
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A pair of wooden rockers from Cracker Barrel that will stay down here in the shed when we leave our campground and head back home next month.

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Old 03-10-2013, 10:55 AM   #1971
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Jeff,

We have the pullout kitchen sink spray wand and DW hates it. The flex hose is small diameter and the flow rate is pretty low even with our 5.7 gpm Surflo water pump. I have removed the flow restrictor. She wants it removed and a fixed one installed that has a higher flow rate. There is a drinking water spout right next to the faucet connected to the same supply line and it flows 3 times as much as the spray wand. FWIW.

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Old 03-10-2013, 10:59 AM   #1972
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Wolf pack that's awesome! Here I thought I was so brilliant when just last week I designed that in my head. Us uniform guys must think alike! Sorry I might have missed a post but what was the price tag on that? Dimensions ? I was debating building one so I could make it a little bigger but if the price is right what's the point
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Ordered a new Dometic Revolution 310 White China Foot Flush Toilet w/Hand Spay. Full size seat, 18" height and china bowl.
Will be delivered on Monday.

Upgrading from our old Thetford Aqua-Magic Aurora factory stool. Preparing for the upcoming semi-retirement and going full time.

Macerator is next on the list, and maybe some power valves to make the dumping "effortless". We'll see.......
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I think this thread could go on forever RVers always "need" something for the road. I'm going to a Tupperware Party on next Sunday, so you can bet it'll be Tupperware
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