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Old 08-21-2013, 10:20 PM   #2661
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Not sure if it counts but we cleaned out the storage unit, turned in keys and sold everything in a yard sale. Saved ourselves $85 a month in fees and made over $1k back.
It counts if you spend it on the RV.
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Old 08-21-2013, 10:33 PM   #2662
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Finally, finally, finally found a tint shop to install 3M ceramic film in my coach. Will be done Friday, had to drive 250 miles to a 3m authorized shop.
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Old 08-21-2013, 10:43 PM   #2663
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New main slideout motor from eBay. Seller was a Newmar dealer in FL, motor was shipped direct to me from Newmar. Cost was $460 + $25 S&H. Still cheaper than through Newmar directly. Now I need to install it.
The motor was supposed to be fixed under warranty years ago but all the stealer did was turn up the controller amps to hide the weak motor. Now we need to "help" it in.
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Old 08-22-2013, 04:00 AM   #2664
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For the old Class-C Dutchman we just bought a towel rack and toothbrush-cup holder for the bathroom. DH hung the new folding shower thing. I would have just used a shower curtain.
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Old 08-22-2013, 05:43 AM   #2665
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For the old Class-C Dutchman we just bought a towel rack and toothbrush-cup holder for the bathroom. DH hung the new folding shower thing. I would have just used a shower curtain.
What's this: DH hung the new folding shower thing. ??
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Old 08-22-2013, 10:42 AM   #2666
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Two LL Bean Waterhog mats. Smaller one for the entry floor and a larger one for under the stair.
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Had three slide awnings installed today. Bought 2 spare a/c filters too.
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Old 08-22-2013, 11:29 PM   #2669
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Bumper mount for spare tire. Not as sanitary as the under belly storage, but a whole lot more convenient.
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two window awnings and added two scissor jacks in front of the wheels to stop the bouncing when someone is walking around the RV. I installed a set of Firestone ride rite airbags on the pickup
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An outdoor mat for under the awning. I got a 12'x14' breathable Textilene ground cloth from Outfitter Supply for $80.
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New burner nozzle and fuel filter for the AquaHot and a new serpentine belt for the power plant. Took a total of 2hours to get everything smiling again and road-ready.And I have a reasonable spare serpentine belt in the toolbox. Life is good!
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What's this: DH hung the new folding shower thing. ??
Yeah, it's like an accordion door. It's made for RV showers. It goes from the lip of the tub to the cealing. It's in tracks. To me it's a PIA as a curtain moves aside much more easily.
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