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Old 06-09-2013, 04:55 AM   #2423
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Old 06-09-2013, 05:47 PM   #2424
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Old 06-09-2013, 06:05 PM   #2425
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Hellwig sway bars front and back. Back installed. Waiting on the rain to quit to fine tune the adjustment. Front install next week weather permitting. I don't have an RV garage. Wish I did. Working in a gravel parking pad. Kind of rough rolling around in the gravel. Using the shipping cardboard boxes but some stones poke through anyway, OUCH! . . . Torquing the Shackle bolts has been the worst part so far. Hard to pull 150ft. lb. laying flat on your back. Not impossible but it made me break a sweat!
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Had Dish Hopper and two Joes installed the Coach on Friday. They work like a champ with the SK-1000 antenna.
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Old 06-10-2013, 01:24 AM   #2427
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Hellwig sway bars front and back. Back installed. Waiting on the rain to quit to fine tune the adjustment. Front install next week weather permitting. I don't have an RV garage. Wish I did. Working in a gravel parking pad. Kind of rough rolling around in the gravel. Using the shipping cardboard boxes but some stones poke through anyway, OUCH! . . . Torquing the Shackle bolts has been the worst part so far. Hard to pull 150ft. lb. laying flat on your back. Not impossible but it made me break a sweat!
TRY A FOAM POOL FLOAT! I carry one in my RV at all times. Promise it will solve that problem on any surface. Also has a removable foam head rest.
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Another piece of UHMW virgin white sheet 0.25'' thick plastic. My first basement slide using this stuff is working so good that I am going to build a couple more.
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New inlet valve for toilet. Also, new thermal cutoff for water heater, after spider web in burner tube caused flame to backfire, melting the wiring harness...
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Hellwig sway bars front and back. Back installed. Waiting on the rain to quit to fine tune the adjustment. Front install next week weather permitting. I don't have an RV garage. Wish I did. Working in a gravel parking pad. Kind of rough rolling around in the gravel. Using the shipping cardboard boxes but some stones poke through anyway, OUCH! . . . Torquing the Shackle bolts has been the worst part so far. Hard to pull 150ft. lb. laying flat on your back. Not impossible but it made me break a sweat!
I also have a gravel pad. I found that a piece of carpet over the thick cardboard works great.
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Roof repair tape for the tree branch I got too close to.
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Roof repair tape for the tree branch I got too close to.
You mean the tree branch that suddenly jumped out at you out of nowhere and you tried to do an evasive move, but for the safety of others, you took the hit. It was an admirable thing to do!

I once had the same thing happen to me only it was a rock at the edge of the campsite. You never know what those things are going to do.
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