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Old 06-18-2016, 05:11 AM   #6595
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The thing I really like about my 507 system other than the obvious tire monitoring primary function is that after the initial install and comparing to my tire gauge I can look at my tires each morning on the 507 monitor and know one of them didn't leak down overnight. It makes hitting the road a bit easier.

Suggestion: After you get to a spot you are going to stay for a while remove the tire sensors. Air pressure activates the sensors and with them removed battery life is longer.
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Old 06-18-2016, 09:12 AM   #6596
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UH.....been on a journey as we continue to make it ours.
Let's see...39" LED TV, 32" LED TV (replaced the old Jensens, which allowed us to utilize the space behind the old TV that was wasted otherwise i.e., printer, paper and office/bills) and a Dometic 320 toilet (which led to a tile border around the bathroom).
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Old 06-19-2016, 03:00 AM   #6597
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20" Wide tread, 3-step folding stairs to replace the existing 2 step 20" wides.
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Old 06-19-2016, 12:33 PM   #6598
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Old 06-20-2016, 04:17 PM   #6599
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I'm looking to take my dinette table out and replace it with a booth for sleeping space. Anyone have any suggestions where I can purchase one. I've look at several places online but if anyone has any recommendations that would be great!
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Old 06-20-2016, 04:56 PM   #6600
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I'm looking to take my dinette table out and replace it with a booth for sleeping space. Anyone have any suggestions where I can purchase one. I've look at several places online but if anyone has any recommendations that would be great!
It's probably easier to build your own to fit the space confines in your RV - I did build one in a 5er way back that worked out well.

Most of the dinettes we have had in previous units were pretty simply built. Using common tools and wood for the benches and tables plus some standard RV table hardware and a few hours you can probably do it more nicely then an RV supplier. An upholsterer can make up the proper cushions and foam firmness that suits you.

As an aside though, this may not suit your lifestyle in the long run but of course it is your choice in your RV
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Bought some hanging wire baskets. Made for pegboard ore to be screwed to wall. Added some 1x3 reinforcing behind the Luan in the bath area and mounted them. New storage for items that were riding around in a tub.
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Bought some hanging wire baskets. Made for pegboard ore to be screwed to wall. Added some 1x3 reinforcing behind the Luan in the bath area and mounted them. New storage for items that were riding around in a tub.
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14 new marker/clearance lights, Grote 45262 and 45263, which are replicas of the old Monarch Clearance lights that originally came on the unit.
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Bought more led lights. Easy to change and they come on when you flip the switch. The florescent lights rarely all came on at once and seemed like they needed replaced frequently. Good,bright and much cooler.
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Just added the Gen-Turi exhaust extension. We dry camp at Martinsville and usually close so I want to be able to run the generator without killing my friends next to me.
We previously had a TT and I could put the generator at the end of the camper away from everyone.
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Replacement serpentine belt and adjuster. I was getting a chirp when the transmission shifted and the idler bearings could be turned by hand when the engine was shut down. Chuck
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Built a LP test manifold to be able to look at both static and under load regulator output pressure. It's easily adaptable to look at BBQ regulators too since I've lost two regulators in a year. There is an accompanying LP WC" meter that goes along with this including a cap at the end of one of those valves drilled to simulate a 60,000btu draw. Very handy..

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