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Old 06-03-2014, 07:28 PM   #3851
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I just put on my Camco vent covers that I had bought. Nice to now be able to leave the vents open all the time.
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Old 06-03-2014, 08:51 PM   #3852
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Mounted under hood.
Not hooked up yet , will be by the weekend. I have air brakes. For $35 you get a horn set with solenoid. No compressor or tank. They are real metal horns.
This was the listing.
Chrome Metal 12V 150 DB Quad Trumpet Deep Loud Train Air Four Horn Kit 12 Volt | eBay
That a good deal metal and air horns for $35, thought they were plastic for that price.
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Old 06-04-2014, 11:04 AM   #3853
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Old 06-04-2014, 12:54 PM   #3854
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Two items

A Bissell "little Green" carpet/upholstery cleaning machine. On sale at my local Walmart for $60, normally $80. This will be used for keeping up on the interior of the MH.
http://mobile.walmart.com/ip/Bissell...ype=10&veh=aff

A compact folding squeegee for on the road and in the driveway.
Found in the auto section at Walmart in the bargin bin for $3.50.
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Tomtall - can an handle extender be put on the squeegee? We carry a long handled squeegee; it would be nice to carry something smaller if we could put an extending handle on it.
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Old 06-04-2014, 10:41 PM   #3857
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Orangepeel - It does not have a provision for an extention handle. However a have a old broom handle that may get hose clamped to it when I need to get up higher. I can currently get about 3/4 of the way up the windshield but I'm also 6'6" tall.
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Orangepeel - It does not have a provision for an extention handle. However a have a old broom handle that may get hose clamped to it when I need to get up higher. I can currently get about 3/4 of the way up the windshield but I'm also 6'6" tall.
Heh at 5'3" I can get to the bottom of our windshield.

I like the idea of the hose clamp. I have an extending handle used for painting. That, a hose clamp and the folding squeegee might just work for me!
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A 32" LED TV to replace the old 24" clunker. Lovin it. Nice addition to the 5.1 surround system I put in a while back.
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Heh at 5'3" I can get to the bottom of our windshield.

I like the idea of the hose clamp. I have an extending handle used for painting. That, a hose clamp and the folding squeegee might just work for me!
I found one either at the local Dollar store or my neighbor gave it to me, getting old you know, that has a 3.25' handle that extends to 6' so in the hands of my 6' body I'm well able to reach the top of the windshield and even beyond. The name on it is Turn 'n Lock, from Specialty Products Greenwood, Mo. 64034. A web site on the handle is www.AlmostHeavenProducts.com.
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Borg metal dually valves. What a difference when it comes to checking the tire pressure.
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Our old car was not flat towable, so we bought a new 2014 Honda CRV.
Yesterday we got the complete tow package for our 2014 Honda CRV.
For the first time we will be towing.
I'm looking forward to being able to leave the camp ground on trips to sightsee or grocery shop.
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