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Old 07-30-2016, 10:01 AM   #6791
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wiper arm and blade lost somewhere on I 70 on Kansas!
Are you saying I 70 is rough?? plan heading that way in Sept.
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Old 07-31-2016, 12:12 AM   #6793
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Just came west on 36,72,74 see map, to kansas city from ohio less traffic 4 lane minimal construction. might miss indy st louis Good roads. Depends where you going. Have a safe trip
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Old 07-31-2016, 07:24 AM   #6794
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Just came west on 36,72,74 see map, to kansas city from ohio less traffic 4 lane minimal construction. might miss indy st louis Good roads. Depends where you going. Have a safe trip
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Old 07-31-2016, 11:06 AM   #6795
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Are you saying I 70 is rough?? plan heading that way in Sept.
Nope the roads are pretty good roads. After talking to the Rep at AW wipers, I was told that is a common problem with a lot of motor homes. The wipers were installed with the correct amount of torque on the lock screw on the assembly line, the wipers are then removed when the unit goes to paint and not torqued properly. It came off during a brief rain storm while traveling through Kansas. Luckily I moved the one from the passenger side and put it on the drivers side in case we ran into more rain. I torqued the repositioned blade and should receive the other on Tuesday. Instructions require that 12 ft./lbs of torque be put on the set screw.
A word of advise, 12 ft./lbs is a lot more than one would think. I thought I had the repositioned wiper arm torqued pretty good with a "T" handled hex wrench but when I put the torque wrench on it, I turned it over 2 complete rounds before getting to 12 ft./lbs !!!
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It is not for the RV but for the campsite picnic table. Original Umbrella Stand Bench Buddy Umbrella Holder: I tried it out at home and it works great.


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Wax - to rub out the huge scratch from a branch I put in it yesterday Buffed out pretty well.
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Stat geek! What breed is the dog? Havanese?
Hey--it's been a while since I logged in.. sorry for the delayed reply. This little guy's name is Leo, and he is half poodle and half Shih-tzu. They call him a "Shih-poo" (pronounced She-Poo). I call him cute!

We already have another poodle mix. Leo will keep our other dog company... once the nibble phase is over!
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Extension pole and soft bristle head to remove the bugs from the front end after a day of traveling. Forgot mine at home. Having HWH jack springs over- nighted to replace the one that snapped the second day of our trip.
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