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Old 07-22-2011, 05:59 PM   #309
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From thinline lens covers. Awning arm locks. Water pressure gauge. Light hooks for awning.
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Wireless powerstrip ($19.99) for the awning lights. Cool man, we can turn them on or off from inside the coach now.
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Old 07-22-2011, 06:47 PM   #311
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Old 07-22-2011, 08:12 PM   #312
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Brake calipers, brake lines, pads, and wheel bearings. Thanks to a collapsed brake hose and a locked up caliper.
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Old 07-23-2011, 06:09 AM   #313
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where do I start??,new awning and hardware & brake pads, brake calipers, in January, march was the rebuilt tranny, june was the thermostasts and circut board for the hot water tank, late june was the circut board for the 3 way fridge, not done yet, now the fan motor in the AC is out and waiting for the part, total cost of labor and parts $4,560.00 & what the cost of the labor to install the up coming part for the AC. oh a new TV too.
so when we sell the ole MH someone will be getting a good deal.
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A new chassis battery as the old one was dead,Red top optima,didn't technically buy it as it was replaced under their 3 year warranty.
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Just bought a Progressive 30amp surge protector SSP-30. Might not be the EMS the 'deep pockets' buy but got'ta protect the RV some way.
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"Animal Friendly" License Plates. Here in Texas they are 30.00 additional and 22 of the 30 goes to the SPCA and local shelters for spay/neuter help.
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"Animal Friendly" License Plates. Here in Texas they are 30.00 additional and 22 of the 30 goes to the SPCA and local shelters for spay/neuter help.
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Boy, you folks do keep the economy rolling! We're starting on our 4 week old (to us) first ever RV. Weber grill, stair covers, throw rugs, outdoor rug, bike rack, coffee table, water pump, wheel/tire covers, all new sink, shower faucets, and towel racks, Dewalt 18V drill kit, two comfortable foldable chairs. That was like the first day!
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