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Old 07-30-2015, 10:53 PM   #5363
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Four sliding drawers to improve access to stuff in the deep cabinets.
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Old 07-30-2015, 11:11 PM   #5364
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Well, went and did the PDI today, the dealership is storing the rig for me until I get a space. So, I can honestly say, the last thingS I bought was...... 20ft dump hose, 25 ft water hose, 90 degree water valve, water filter, 30 amp surge protector, and some bug screens. Next will be steering stabilizer.
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Old 07-31-2015, 12:42 AM   #5365
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A new clock. Our coach did not come with an analogue clock. Got a nice brushed SST one from Amazon. Oh yea and finally got the California license plates for it. Yippee.
DW and I got a clock that reads the day of the week only!
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Old 07-31-2015, 12:56 AM   #5366
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Bought over 30 LED's so far and have about 30 to go for just the overhead lights, next will be the sconces.
Problem with the LED's is that I have to remove the old reflector and glue the socket back in every one so it's taking a while.
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Old 07-31-2015, 07:15 AM   #5367
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They say I need to replace my roof! $6,800. I feel two soft spots about the size of an Apple, one spot that size where the skin has a bubble. A few very small cracks in the seams. It is a Brite-tec EPTM rubber roof.
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Old 07-31-2015, 03:08 PM   #5368
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I have a gizmo that hooks to my laptop via USB and I can inspect the inside of the holding tanks at will. The nice thing is the probe is about 4' long and I can control it remotely so the smell don't get to yuh.

My leveling jacks have little lights that go off when level is achieved.
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USB VIDEO INSPECTION SYSTEM W/
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Old 07-31-2015, 09:21 PM   #5369
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Just ordered the Sewer Solution have hear serval good reviews have any of you use this product.
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Just ordered the Sewer Solution have hear serval good reviews have any of you use this product.
Been using it for over a decade!

I'll also recommend that you (after emptying) charge your tank with 3 full bowls of water. Fill the bowl another 3/4 full and add a cup or two (powder) of water softener. Mix with a bowl brush and flush!
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stink: I gotta get me one of those! I love it! \ken
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An impeller (with gasket) for my Sani-con. Oh, boy!

If anyone has experience installing one, I'd sure appreciate having you show me how to do that.

I'm a slow learner. If I ever need that done again, I might need to see the process demonstrated again.

Thanks, in advance.

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P.S. Seriously, already did the install. Not too bad...really, it wasn't.
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The one I order comes with a 10' hose, the extension is $30.00 and up for 10' which I think is rather high. Will a regular garden hose work or should I go to HW store and buy vinyl hose.
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Got a ez level. Pretty slick.
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The 8 year old Blue Ox tow bar, with God only knows how many over the road miles on it, was getting a bit sloppy so it got replaced with a new one.
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Had the most fun I have had in a few years. NOT! Installed a new caliper, brake pads and two brake hoses on the left rear of my motorhome. Took a while to remove the support bracket bolts. My high power air gun would not break the 3/4 inch bolts. Finally got smart and brought out my hydraulic floor jack. Put my two foot breaker bar on the socket and placed it on the bolt. I put the jack pad on the end of the breaker bar and started pumping. The bar started bending and I thought it might break, but the bolt finally let loose. I had to do both bolts that way. It took this 75 year old 6 and 1/2 hours, but I got the job done. The bad news is, I have three more to do when the parts get here.
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