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Old 11-12-2014, 04:14 PM   #4425
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Old 11-13-2014, 06:59 AM   #4426
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Old 11-13-2014, 07:18 AM   #4427
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Awning material and toilet valve

Easy job to replace both.



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Old 11-13-2014, 01:44 PM   #4428
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Locking gas cap. Filled up and put MH in storage full. A week later drove 20 miles to get inspection done. On the way back gas gauge seemed low, almost a 1/4 from full. Yesterday I filled up. Did some calculations using worst case of 5 miles a gallon. Seems I am short 5 or 10 gallons. Inspection seems to have taken longer than I thought it would. I like the new cap. You can use it like a regular cap, and just lock it when you want. Don't have to mess with it on a long trip.
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Old 11-13-2014, 02:02 PM   #4429
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2 foot of 5/8" radiator hose. Developed a leak under the dog house where the hose was rubbing on a piece of the dog house bracket. Tried to shorten the new one so it wouldn't rub but it wouldn't fit so I just cut a 6" piece and split it to make a jacket for additional protection at that spot. Oh yes, 6 gallons of antifreeze (3 to get me home and 3 to fill it back up after a full flush).
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Old 11-13-2014, 04:17 PM   #4430
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Four JC-72-FL LED strip twin packs from welcome to jirahled.com! to convert four 15" flourescent fixtures to LED. I converter two 15" fixtures a year or so ago, and two 12" last year, and decided it was time to do the rest. Love the great light output! Now if I could figure out a good way to convert the one very large flourescent fixture that uses 45" bulbs! The JC-72-FL strips are 15 3/4" long so three end to end would be too long. It would be nice to know that the cut-to-length strips would be equally bright and matching light temp/color w/o having to buy them first with the chance of being disappointed like I have been with so many LEDs I have bought in the past.
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Old 11-13-2014, 06:05 PM   #4432
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Three PVC valves for my low point and fresh tank drains. $10 worth of parts Forest River was too cheap to use in the first place.
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Old 11-13-2014, 07:22 PM   #4433
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last two items

An exhaust vent for the bathroom (toilet side) - because it did not come with one!
A rear ladder to get on top to check things out- yep doesn't come with one of those either.

Life is better with the exhaust vent

Total price $2000.00
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AH nothing'

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Old 11-14-2014, 02:40 AM   #4435
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Old 11-14-2014, 05:19 AM   #4436
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Finally some cameras, 1 as a rear view mirror, 1 looking down on the rear bumper, 1 looking forward down the right side so I can see if I'm about to hit anything (it's no natural driving from the left hand seat), 1 looking out of the passenger window for those awkward junctions and a monitor to view them all.

Oh and a dash cam just in case.
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Old 11-14-2014, 11:32 PM   #4437
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RedneckExpress, I am thrilled that you did this mod. Now it is in my hunny do list for the DH.

Question for you tho. Since the range is 20" and RV range is 17" which is size of interior cooking space what is the size space needed. My range is JM an area a by its self with about 2" in each side. Tight fit for a bigger unit but I'm sure it is doable.

Love the oven mod. Something I have talked about long before buying the coach. Thrilled someone did it.

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The measurement I've found that are given for most RV ranges is the total height of the oven space. The opening needs to be at minimum 20 1/4" wide, front to back isn't quite as important if you don't mind the unit sticking out a couple inches from the front of the cabinet, like ours is.

You will need to be able to make the opening all the way to the floor as this is a free-standing unit.

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I believe the original range was 22", according to his link.
Yup, ours was the larger of RV Ranges out there, with the 22" tall oven space.

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Looks nice and a nice fit also.
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AH nothing'

no gas no propane, maybe tomorrow
Propane $3.45 a gal $69.00
Gas rear tank $225.00
Gas Front tank $100.
All filled and ready too hit the road
Actually short run around the city Priceless
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