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Old 06-06-2016, 10:59 PM   #6553
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Old 06-07-2016, 09:41 AM   #6554
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Just got a Super Slider expandable (telescoping) sewer hose carrier to use instead of that ungainly plastic storage box. Not sure whether I'll be mounting it underneath or in a compartment yet. I bought the intermediate 80" length but kinda wish that I had ordered the longer, 100" version for a very few bucks more. Oh well, it will work regardless - if not for hoses, fishing rods or brooms handles or washing handles, or....:

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Old 06-07-2016, 10:33 AM   #6555
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EternaBond, in white. Bought a bunch of other stuff to replace what was lost in the accident but didn't have the coach yet so it doesn't count, lol!
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Old 06-08-2016, 01:56 PM   #6558
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Had to add a 12v power receptacle to the Sonic toad so I could use the Blue ox patriot braking system.
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Upgraded the electronics and trashed the old stuff (9 remotes!). Bought a new surround sound blue ray player and 1080p TV for the front. That fixed the surround sound. Added a blue ray player to the bedroom as well. Cleaned up/removed the obsolete direct TV satellite receivers.


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Telescoping pole, wash pad and squeegee so we can clean the bugs off the front window ..
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Coleman 13.5 unit for the bedroom. Mostly as a back up but if needed to really cool down the coach. Pulled it up with a rope. Thor Ace 30.1.
Here is how I got it on the roof by myself.
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how do u like the sumos
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Coleman 13.5 unit for the bedroom. Mostly as a back up but if needed to really cool down the coach. Pulled it up with a rope. Thor Ace 30.1.
Here is how I got it on the roof by myself.
Obviously purpose built - well done.
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Coleman 13.5 unit for the bedroom. Mostly as a back up but if needed to really cool down the coach. Pulled it up with a rope. Thor Ace 30.1.
Here is how I got it on the roof by myself.

Nice job! Anybody could get it on the roof with 3 guys..
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