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Old 09-03-2011, 11:18 AM   #421
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I just picked up an air bag suspension kit that I will be installing in our old girl. She is a little low in the rear and I couldn't find a girdle big enough so the air bags will have to supply some much needed lift. Too long over the back axle and some of the places we like to go need that extra couple of inches of clearance.

Will start the installation on Tuesday.
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Old 09-03-2011, 03:01 PM   #422
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Bali Lightblocker miniblind in aluminum to replace a broken one near the sink:



Yeah, with the ceiling mount brackets which I had to install, it was pure joy putting them in.

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Old 09-03-2011, 03:21 PM   #423
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Battery and tried to get a fuel filter, but when I got to the RV storage place, found out he gave me a oil filter. Had to exchange it for the right thing. Got some open ended wrenches and a set of ratchets.
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Old 09-03-2011, 09:29 PM   #424
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Old 09-04-2011, 09:10 PM   #425
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Installed LED for a Ford "neutral tow kit" on our Sport Trac and had progamming done, bought voltmeter for RV, Coleman LP stove, mini level indicator, 12V interior bulbs, and mineral oil for batteries.
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Old 09-04-2011, 09:54 PM   #426
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Having withdrawal. Haven't bought anything lately as Matilda has been in the big RV hospital. Major surgery involved - having her black tank replaced. SIGH.
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Old 09-05-2011, 06:01 AM   #427
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Had intended ordering from CW until I got to the checkout and they wanted $297.00 to ship to AK. Bought from Adventurerv.net spent $10.00 more on the covers but they shipped for $58.00. Same class of shipping.
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Old 09-05-2011, 06:26 AM   #428
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Bought a garbage disposal to replace my second grinder pump. Laid the G.D. on it's side and hooked the 4" line to it. Reduced the 1 1/2 drain to 1" and installed a quick disconnect to my I" hose. Ran a extension cord from the basement to plug it in. It only uses 5.6 amps. Now I can use any toilet paper I want, It will chew up any thing you put in it. Grinder pump was always clogging up. GB was only $85..
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September means lower temperatures and thus the need to add air to the tires....So, I spent my September budget on adding the Crossfire Stainless steel system to my Duallys. The Crossfire is better quality than I expected and hopefully I will no longer need to cuss out my duallys while adding air. After 2 hours install time (involving some minor cussing spells) I'm aired up for fall travel.
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Wejust had a 50 amp service installed on the exterior garage wall adjacent to the coach electrical basement door. Now we have full time service parked at home. Too many visitors, I move into the coach! Too hot out, forget cooling the house, cool the coach.
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What was the cost of the 50 amp service you had installed.
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Just bought and installed a Progressive HW-50 with remote. I installed it and our Hughes Autoformer both in the engine compartment of our Monaco Windsor so that now all I have to do is plug in our power cord and we are doubley protected. We need all the protection we can get from bad power at the chuchs and camps we serve at with MMAP(www.mmap.org)

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Just bought and installed a Progressive HW-50 with remote. I installed it and our Hughes Autoformer both in the engine compartment of our Monaco Windsor so that now all I have to do is plug in our power cord and we are doubley protected. We need all the protection we can get from bad power at the chuchs and camps we serve at with MMAP(www.mmap.org)

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I like the permanent installation concept. Was this a DIY project for you. Any big difficulties?
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