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Old 09-18-2013, 07:24 AM   #2773
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Well we bought a new high rise faucet for the kitchen, bal lock stabilizers for the front of the 5er, a pair of x chocks. We also won a Coleman Road trip grill from Camping world, boy did we need it too. Forgot to clean our cheap walmart grill and the thing molded.
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Old 09-18-2013, 07:46 AM   #2774
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Any good leads where you found the center moon hub cap?
Have been looking for two years and no luck!
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I misplaced the last reply, but where did you find the center moon hub cap?
Been looking for a long time with no luck.
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I found mine at an International Truck Dealership right in our town. $6.95 each.
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Old 09-18-2013, 07:50 AM   #2775
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I bought a full bar screen door handle. No more fumbling to try to grab a part of the door on the way in.
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Old 09-18-2013, 08:02 AM   #2776
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New two stage propane regulator to replace the leaking 24 year old one. The old one was slowly leaking out its vent. Just enough to drive me nuts looking for it!!. I removed all the piping in the propane compartment, took everything apart, retaped everything and reinstalled the assembly. Still a leak. After two hours I checked and found "garbage" blue-bottle flies all around the compartment. They smelled the propane. The sun was just right that I could see the vapor shadows on the tank. Sprayed the vent with soapy water to confirm.

Turns out the 1988 Manchester model #260 regulator is obsolete, got a new regulator 1-1/2" longer so had to get a 1-1/2" shorter pipe nipple.

System now GREAT! NO LEAKS! Checked several times with soapy water, olfactory device of DW.
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Old 09-18-2013, 08:10 AM   #2777
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Short braided valve extensions (4) for the house and had metal stems put on the toad. Now I can finally install my tpms. Yay!
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Old 09-18-2013, 08:12 AM   #2778
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New drive belt, cooling system flush & pressurize, all fluids & filters service and a GPLogistics 6' Double sided folding ladder. Shot that budget for the month!
I kike the looks of the GPLogistics 6' Double sided folding ladder, I might have to get me one
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Old 09-18-2013, 02:46 PM   #2779
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A heater! that last trip got a little chilly

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Old 09-18-2013, 03:13 PM   #2780
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I kike the looks of the GPLogistics 6' Double sided folding ladder, I might have to get me one
Yeah it's really sweet as it folds to 4"x3"x6 1/2' . I can slip it over the rails in the basement and it's out of the way
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Old 09-18-2013, 06:03 PM   #2781
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I bought a full bar screen door handle. No more fumbling to try to grab a part of the door on the way in.
Yes. Had one on my last unit but new unit has 30" door and I can't find one to fit it. Great add on.
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Old 09-18-2013, 07:40 PM   #2782
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Yes. Had one on my last unit but new unit has 30" door and I can't find one to fit it. Great add on.
The one I bought is adjustable. Not sure on extent. Didn't read the box.
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The one I bought is adjustable. Not sure on extent. Didn't read the box.
Yeah, they go out to 28". I kept it from my old unit to use but not long enough. Lots of 30" doors out there now so maybe someone will make a longer one soon. I miss it.
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Old 09-18-2013, 10:05 PM   #2784
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Not too long ago bought a used Water Heater. Ours bit the dust in Q last winter.
Bought a 5 gal bucket of Henry's Solar Flex roof seal. today bought some cleaner
to use before I coated the roof. Finished the first coat this afternoon. will put a
second coat on tomorrow am. Friday we are supposed to get showers.
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Just installed Amish Cooling Unit on Norcold 1200 in my Dolphin. It was an adventure, but it works great.
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Just added three MaxxAir vent covers to the roof of my unit so that the vents can be open while traveling. Total installed cost $210.

I also just got one of those cute USA maps with the stick-on states to show where you've been. Haven't put it on yet, though.
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