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Old 05-12-2013, 02:30 AM   #2283
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Old 05-12-2013, 10:09 AM   #2284
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Here are some photos before and after including my speakers in boxes. I installed my microphone for Blu Tooth on the dash just below the trip meter.



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Here is a clearer picture of my finished TV install.

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Hi Les: Did you make the console too. I like the draws - a LOT
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Old 05-12-2013, 10:21 AM   #2285
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Hi Les: Did you make the console too. I like the draws - a LOT
Unfortunately no. They came with the Coach.
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I just purchased a really unique black tank emptying device. It's sort of a macerator. It injects water with the macerated waste and sprays it out of misters mounted under the rear bumper, harmlessly releasing it into the atmosphere as you're driving down the road after leaving a camp site. You can tell if it's working by watching the person tailgating you, turn on their windshield wipers repeatedly.








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I just purchased a really unique black tank emptying device. It's sort of a macerator. It injects water with the macerated waste and sprays it out of misters mounted under the rear bumper, harmlessly releasing it into the atmosphere as you're driving down the road after leaving a camp site. You can tell if it's working by watching the person tailgating you, turn on their windshield wipers repeatedly.








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I just purchased a really unique black tank emptying device. It's sort of a macerator. It injects water with the macerated waste and sprays it out of misters mounted under the rear bumper, harmlessly releasing it into the atmosphere as you're driving down the road after leaving a camp site. You can tell if it's working by watching the person tailgating you, turn on their windshield wipers repeatedly.








JUST KIDDING. Just wishful thinking
Ya know what? That has been mentioned on this forum before.
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An HD radio. Now I wont have to listen to the Rev when in the south. Or is it the sout?
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Ya know what? That has been mentioned on this forum before.
No kidding? That's funny. I guess great minds think alike.
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I just purchased a really unique black tank emptying device. It's sort of a macerator. It injects water with the macerated waste and sprays it out of misters mounted under the rear bumper, harmlessly releasing it into the atmosphere as you're driving down the road after leaving a camp site. You can tell if it's working by watching the person tailgating you, turn on their windshield wipers repeatedly.








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My 1978 Argosy came with this feature. The only difference, It injected the waste into the exhaust pipe where it was burned. Smelled like green beans cooking when it was on.
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My 1978 Argosy came with this feature. The only difference, It injected the waste into the exhaust pipe where it was burned. Smelled like green beans cooking when it was on.
Yup, it does exist. There was forum thread about it a while ago too
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New 32“ Vizio LCD to replace the Emerson I put in 6 more ago. Emerson was less than 12 mo old, apx 4 mo of use ...power supply went out and my repair guy could not get a replacement as every place he checked said it was an obsolete part. Called Emerson and they didn't have one either. Even if they did, the repair cost would be close to cost for a new TV so I got one that should last longer this time
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Old 05-15-2013, 12:20 PM   #2296
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JACK Digital HDTV Antenna System at Camping World online . . . I've been on the fence for a while and it's on sale now for $110.

JACK Digital HDTV Antenna System - White - King Controls OA8200 - Over-the-Air Antennas - Camping World

also got a one year Good Sam membership for $20 which saved me more than half of that with the free shipping it provides.

Now I just have to get up the nerve to do the install, fortunately I've found some good info here (with pics) to give me the confidence to do it!
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