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Old 03-09-2014, 06:13 PM   #3487
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How much did that radio set you back if you don't mind me asking. The Radio in the outside entertainment center on our RV has gone bad and doesn't seem to want to work anymore.
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this is the link to where I bought it. It was $199 but fortunately visa rewards offers crutchfield gift cards for point redemption so it didn't cost me anything out of pocket.

It's a great radio an does everything the sync system in my truck does except navigate and it was easy to install.
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Old 03-09-2014, 07:24 PM   #3488
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Thanks, it's now on my list!
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Old 03-10-2014, 12:29 AM   #3489
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the last thing was 2 24 inch smart tvs and all led lights on our 1999 fleetwood discovery 37v and we love it!
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Old 03-10-2014, 11:37 AM   #3490
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Removed my glass surround walls on the corner shower, gonna install the above to I can have some room to move about in the shower, and have room to get in and out of it.

This was recommended by Bruce who also did the same....Thanks again Bruce!!!
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Old 03-10-2014, 11:47 AM   #3491
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New outlet box for the new fridge (old one was cracked), new GFCI outlet (old one is about 20 yrs old), R Max foam insulation to go into the vents behind the fridge and roof, stainless steel ice maker line and stuff.
Also will have delivered a new entertainment center with fireplace, taking out the J couch and putting it there and then will put the TV on top so that we can sit and watch TV or play the PS3 without a crick in our necks anymore.
I think the only other "major" thing for us would be maybe to take out the carpet in the living room and the marble in the kitchen and bathroom and replace with maybe bamboo flooring. But I think that will wait so that we can take a break after the fridge and couch replacement over the last 2 weeks. Yep we are doing the work ourselves in between Thom's real 9-5 job ...
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Old 03-10-2014, 11:50 AM   #3492
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Old 03-10-2014, 12:16 PM   #3493
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...and a bucket seat cover for the passenger seat for Henry my 80 lb lab/dane mix.
You just brought back a flood of memories for me. The best dog I have ever had was a yellow Lab / Great Dane mix. Hank was the sweetest most well behaved dog in the world. He had a loud threatening bark, but it meant nothing...he loved everyone. Such a wonderful camping dog. Hank died 10 years ago and I really miss him.

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Old 03-10-2014, 07:20 PM   #3494
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Getting ready for our big trip to Fort Wilderness!

Just bought and installed a TST TPMS for the truck and trailer, a Voyager wireless rear view camera, installed the replacement lock cylinders from the FIC recall (all flipper and dead bolt latches on both doors are now keyed the same), and changed the water heater thermostats out to the 140* thermostats (hotter water = longer showers).

Oh yeah, also just got a new (to us) 2013 Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD dually tow vehicle with the DuraMax Diesel engine and Allison transmission. Only 10 months old with 5900 miles on her. (Dang telephone pole jumped out in front of our Silverado 2500HD, insurance company totaled it out). Getting sprayed-in bed liner and tonneau cover installed this week.

I'm hopping the next three weeks go quickly.
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New cam locks for all of the outside storage compartments. All keyed the same and now all should work
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Old 03-10-2014, 09:00 PM   #3497
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Got rid of that €ге*^%# Jensen Outside Radio that kept turning itself on. Replaced the Winegard switching control that was giving me a snowy picture. Now everything works like new !!
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You just brought back a flood of memories for me. The best dog I have ever had was a yellow Lab / Great Dane mix. Hank was the sweetest most well behaved dog in the world. He had a loud threatening bark, but it meant nothing...he loved everyone. Such a wonderful camping dog. Hank died 10 years ago and I really miss him.

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Henry has the Lab excitability so once you take some of his energy off he's a great dog. The wife and I take turns taking him on hikes daily so he doesn't go bouncing off the walls and knocking our 23 month old girl down accidentally all the time. And yes he has that booming bark that keeps unwanted solicitors and relatives at bay.
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Replaced the worn out drive gear in my electric reel. Had to drill out 10 rivets and remove worn gear, grease and install new gear and then reassemble and reinstall the reel. Job didn't go as quickly as I would have liked, but it's done! Seems that Shoreline Reel doesn't make parts available as they want you to buy a whole new reel.....but thanks to a fellow forum member whose son has a machine shop and who makes the new gears....did not have to purchase the whole thing!
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