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Old 09-05-2016, 11:27 AM   #7001
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Those are nice plates! May I ask where you bought them? I am getting tired of the old plastic picnic plates I have. I already bought eating utensils.
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Old 09-05-2016, 11:59 AM   #7002
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The Spy Tec G1W dash camera. High-definition 1080-P, with wide angle lens.
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It is automatically activated when starting the RV, and automatically save data when impact is detected. So, in addition to shooting scenery video while driving, it is also very useful to record evidence for insurance.
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Old 09-05-2016, 02:38 PM   #7003
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-High power LED for the fridge. Now at least it looks modern
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New Micro/Convection oven. Ouch!, those babies are pricey. 😩
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Old 09-06-2016, 04:52 AM   #7005
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Why not just buff them out with plastic polish?

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They were too far gone to Polish again. I used one of those headlight restoration kits before.
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Old 09-06-2016, 01:50 PM   #7007
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They were too far gone to Polish again. I used one of those headlight restoration kits before.

WOW they really turned out nice. I bet its a huge improvement.
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Camco plastic handle cam lock for the water heater door and a Valterra 3" Bladex black tank waste valve. Let the fun begin...
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Water hose, just ordered 2 x 50' lengths. You know what was 110' away.
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Water hose, just ordered 2 x 50' lengths. You know what was 110' away.
Um, that still leaves you 10 feet short
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Changed out the thermostat to digital. More precise. Woke up to 69 degrees at the Beach Music Festival with the old one.
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They were too far gone to Polish again. I used one of those headlight restoration kits before.
Don't throw that old one away. It can be made to look just like new with a good buffing wheel and the right compounds. Those kits you buy are worthless but that headlight can be made to look as good as the one you bought as long as its not cracked.
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