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Old 03-28-2015, 07:23 AM   #4873
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Richard,

I too have the Tire SafeGuard and I agree, it is a great unit. Mine is ten years old now.

I don't understand why you need a signal booster though, mine works fine without one. I store my RV at home and park my dingy well over 100' from my RV, yet my monitor easily picks up the signal my from my dingy's wheel sensors. No need for a booster with my unit.

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I use the shorty antenna on my master control module not the tall one that also comes with the package.

I haul a 30 foot trailer behind my coach most of the time. If I am doing any side trips I will only tow the car. With only the car I agree, don't need the booster but when hauling the trailer the wheels are much farther back.

Besides the booster was free! Part of the deal when purchasing at a RV show.

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Old 03-29-2015, 09:18 AM   #4875
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Filled/topped off both tanks to the tune of $150.00.
I missed out on the under $2.00 a gallon time.
Boy I think that is the best $150.00 I spent.
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What was the last thing you bought for your RV ?

Lots of things too numerous to mention other than:

Finally replaced the old day & night shades and the granny looking, fabric covered valances with pullup-pulldown shades and matching wood trim valances!
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Old 03-30-2015, 04:42 PM   #4878
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Pull strap for the patio awning and oh yah, toilet paper AGAIN!
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Just replaced the bath tub/shower faucet. The divertor leaked all the time when using the shower... Had to go to cw to get it, as it comes up out of the bath tub instead of out of the wall like most. So far it works fine...
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Old 03-30-2015, 11:44 PM   #4880
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A new set of Solar Sun Screens for the front of the coach. My original ones were made by ShadeMaster and were over 10 years old.

I drove to Sunpro in Wellton Arizona for them to make and install them. They were the only company that sold the same color as what I had before and since I had other window screens with the Burgundy color and my patio shade drop is Burgundy they got my business.

Their product has a 10 year warranty.

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I just a set of front air bags and a wireless compressor for our coach. A few weekends ago, I installed a Hellwig sway bar that was huge, and makes a difference. I should get the bags on this weekend, and hopefully the front end won't sway and wander quite so bad. It's an F-53 chassis, what can you expect? LOL
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Put new awnings all the way around this weekend and a new power converter today. I'm done. At least on the big projects. However after getting the 21' awning perfect I decided to run it into the column on the patio and had to redo it. Fits like a glove now
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Well... I just got a code reader for the engine (ya some trouble brewing there) oh and a motion light for the bathroom. ;o)
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A new CO/LP alarm with solenoid. The one in our new-to-us Bounder is the original from 1997!
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