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Old 05-28-2014, 10:21 AM   #3809
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A new hinge for a damaged basement door -I bet I get the "dull purchase of the month" award for this one.
I bought a microfiber mop and replacement mop head for Zeping our mh. If nothing else I tie you for the dullest purchase.
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Old 05-28-2014, 10:56 AM   #3810
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New step covers and a new cooling unit for my No cool Norcold !
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Old 05-28-2014, 11:16 AM   #3811
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Does this count
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Old 05-28-2014, 11:24 AM   #3812
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A new awning and a DIY awning/gate latch.
Reference: Awning Lock

And stevertx, you get 2 extra bonus points for that purchase.
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Old 05-28-2014, 11:26 AM   #3813
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Very nice. Yes I think that's considered a big ticket item.
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Old 05-28-2014, 03:55 PM   #3814
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I bought a microfiber mop and replacement mop head for Zeping our mh. If nothing else I tie you for the dullest purchase.
How's the mop head working out. Zeping, as you put it, gives a nice shine. I just hate going up and down the ladder.
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Old 05-28-2014, 04:01 PM   #3815
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I have not tried it yet, the mh is still at the dealer getting work done that should have been completed 2 weeks ago, especially the roof that still leaks after their so called covering it with something that is white, I'm guessing it is rubber.
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Old 05-29-2014, 02:06 AM   #3816
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a permanently mounted macerator operated by 12 volt - AMAZINGLY easy to use and makes job so much less messy.
a product called a sidebar which is a 12 volt liquor dispenser attaches to countertop with gooseneck spout, all labeled with the alcohol you like to dispense. Tubes got into bottles in cabinets under counter. SUPER clean installation and operates flawlessly.

LED lights in all ledges of salon guest bath and bedroom and halo affect under the whole coach. Looks awesome. All supplied by Amazon suppliers and have been working for 10,000 miles without a hitch - pics upon request
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a permanently mounted macerator operated by 12 volt - AMAZINGLY easy to use and makes job so much less messy.
a product called a sidebar which is a 12 volt liquor dispenser attaches to countertop with gooseneck spout, all labeled with the alcohol you like to dispense. Tubes got into bottles in cabinets under counter. SUPER clean installation and operates flawlessly.

LED lights in all ledges of salon guest bath and bedroom and halo affect under the whole coach. Looks awesome. All supplied by Amazon suppliers and have been working for 10,000 miles without a hitch - pics upon request
Hey Rudy.... Here's a pic for posterity.....
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Hope all is well and speaking of liquor - all top shelf right....!
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OMG! Steve and Annie!!!

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Hey Rudy.... Here's a pic for posterity.....
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hey Steven and Annie!!! Long time no see yes that photo was one i'd choose to forget - but candidly this machine has turned into one of the finest tuned Cummins machines out there - It just purrs and power is amazing for 48000 pounds. I had had the 1st year bug all fixed and this thing is my baby . Yes of course top shelf. Have to take care of the driver

how are you? where are you? Im in california oregon, washington this summer

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22 sheets of plywood to re-sheet the roof.
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Can't remember if I posted this or not. Replaced the dump valves. so much eaiser to slide. The gray valve was leaking around the packing of the stem. Both were of the same age, so out with old and in with new. Gotta maintain the C.
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Just got out of the genny shop with a new regulator at a cost of over &500.


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Awning drop shade from Shade Pro.

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