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Old 12-19-2014, 01:27 PM   #4509
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As I've got three compartments on the Itasca that could to some degree, expose both fresh and grey/black water tanks or lines to freezing temperatures, I picked up two new shop lights and a couple of packages of the heavy duty 40 watt light bulbs. Also I picked up an indoor/outdoor digital thermometer.
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Old 12-19-2014, 01:48 PM   #4510
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Another gas shroud (piece that the fuel input pipe thingy connects to)... the POS plastic ones that Winnebago used as OEM didn't last long so now you can buy a metal one for $138!!!!! The plastic ones were between $11 and $25, but at last this one should last more than a few months.
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Old 12-19-2014, 08:43 PM   #4511
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Eventually, a new stainless steel sink to replace the acrylic POS the trailer came with and a garbage disposal to go with it.
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Old 12-20-2014, 12:40 PM   #4512
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I had to get a new solenoid for my generator, they said it burned out and the supplier didn't have one so they said we had to get a starter/solenoid.
They advised I get a new battery said the one in there was a deep cycle
marine battery, not sure where that was put in. The tech is very nice as
they are closing their shop from Wed to the 5th and he said he will come in
and do it whether they get it on time or not.
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Old 12-20-2014, 01:15 PM   #4513
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A new exhaust pipe. The old one succumbed to premature rust. Does it stick out too far?
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Old 12-20-2014, 08:58 PM   #4514
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14 yards of gravel, 3x3x2tee, 2"45 street ell, 2"x3/4"adapter, 3/4" threaded connector, 15' of 10/2 wire, 30amp breaker, 30amp outlet and box.

Made a pad to park the RV at my son's place while we stay there for the next 3 months. Added electric and sewer hookups.

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Old 12-20-2014, 09:13 PM   #4515
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A new exhaust pipe. The old one succumbed to premature rust. Does it stick out too far?
I've been told it can never stick out "To Far".
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Double entendres aside I agree that it can never stick out too far or at the wrong angle.
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The last thing we bought was a new Ashley Loveseat with recliners/rockers. Sold the old recliners to another RV'er!


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Nice set up, Joe you look beat...
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Last thing I bought for my RV

A replacement!!! (a new 2015 Phaeton GH). I have a lot of things to buy/replace.
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NEW FLOOR, we are in the process of replacing the flooring, it has been quite an ordeal, but my wife loves how easy it is to clean without the carpet, wood and tile.

Flooring Replacment - Our Rv Roadtrip
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NEW FLOOR, we are in the process of replacing the flooring, it has been quite an ordeal, but my wife loves how easy it is to clean without the carpet, wood and tile.

Flooring Replacment - Our Rv Roadtrip

Looks great! We did that a while back and we LOVE it!
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