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Old 11-13-2015, 09:32 AM   #5783
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New valves for the black and gray water tanks. Carpet pads for the exterior steps and most importantly, FINISHED the Zep polishing on the exterior. All I can say is WOW. The coach looks fantastic now. Time will tell how well it lasts and wears. Working on putting up our wifi booster and antenna. New air and fuel filters for the generator. Chuck
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Old 11-13-2015, 09:36 AM   #5784
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Toilet paper Again Is their no end to it?
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Old 11-13-2015, 10:27 AM   #5785
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Old 11-13-2015, 10:51 AM   #5786
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New valves for the black and gray water tanks. Carpet pads for the exterior steps and most importantly, FINISHED the Zep polishing on the exterior. All I can say is WOW. The coach looks fantastic now. Time will tell how well it lasts and wears. Working on putting up our wifi booster and antenna. New air and fuel filters for the generator. Chuck
Just a question,
The TV mount in the front, is that factory or owner made and installed?
That is something I have wanted to have done on my PA. since I bought it.
Also really like the woodwork.
I really like the MH but out of my reach,
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Old 11-13-2015, 11:16 AM   #5787
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Bought a Mr. Heater Big Buddy to use in my and the girlfriends RV. We know about having ventilation needed etc.

We actually used it and stayed over night in the Class C RV on Halloween night for a party.

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Just a question,
The TV mount in the front, is that factory or owner made and installed?
That is something I have wanted to have done on my PA. since I bought it.
Also really like the woodwork.
I really like the MH but out of my reach,
Tim
Ours had an old analog TV sitting in the cabinet with a digital converter box. We took that out and fabricated our own mount for the flat screen. Chuck
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Old 11-13-2015, 01:48 PM   #5789
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Old 11-13-2015, 03:04 PM   #5790
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Got a Magic Mount for the big iPhone,,,, uses a magnet to hold the phone and makes it super easy to use the phone as a GPS, or just to answer calls.
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Old 11-13-2015, 04:40 PM   #5791
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Bought Gracie a new much lighter toad. Also a zodiac and 15 horsepower pusher for fishing lakes etc. Deal finalizes Monday and Tuesday. Strange thing iss the grand Vitara we are looking at comes with a tow package already mounted so I may have a complete Stowmaster towing unit to sell. Woot woot.
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New filter/dryer for the turbo 2000. Also got a new governor for the air pump. Installed both and air issue fixed. Built up to 125 quickly. No pop-off until up to pressure.
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Toilet paper Again Is their no end to it?
We still use the old Sears catalog..


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Just a question,
The TV mount in the front, is that factory or owner made and installed?
That is something I have wanted to have done on my PA. since I bought it.
Also really like the woodwork.
I really like the MH but out of my reach,
Tim
Thanks for the response.
I can't find your picture showing the TV that folds up into the enclosure.
I have a bed that swings down in the same area. I have always wanted to cut out the bottom so when I went to put the TV away it would fold up flush into the bottom of the bed.
I seem to have lost all my pictures that I had in my computer. I will take some today to show you what I am trying to explain. It would work the same as yours.
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You are wasting money here. Just save your corn cobs and Sears catalogs like Dano
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Old 11-14-2015, 03:42 PM   #5796
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9 quarts of mobil 1 5w-20 and a motor craft filter for the v10. Already have a napa filter for the onan. Will be a breeze to change with the Fumoto valve I already installed. Fresh for her winter sleep.
You will love that valve. No more oil spills, burnt fingers from hot oil, stripped plug threads, or messes on the garage floor or ground to clean up. Use a deep stainless or aluminum cook pot with handles to pour and a 5 gallon plastic water bottle with a built in handle (Walmart has them) and your done. I bought a nice stainless pot on Craigslist for 20 bucks with lid. EZ pour too. My coach holds 17 quarts but only fills pot to 3/4.
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