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Old 09-15-2016, 04:25 PM   #7043
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3 Camco, roof vent covers... local dealer had them on sale.. 20 each.
and I took one hour to install all of them. only went up and down twice.
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Old 09-15-2016, 05:01 PM   #7044
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It really works!!! Bug remover

Cleaning cloths. Sounded hokie but I tried it and WOW!!!! These cloths have 1,000 velcro hooks per square inch (that you can't see. made by nano-technology methods) WET IT - WRING IT-WIPE ANY SURFACE. 100% GUARANTEED FOR 1 YEAR OF USAGE. Removes bugs, oil, tar, grease,fingerprints,brake dust, soap scum, general dirt & dust. It took off 4 day old grasshopper, love bugs and gnats with almost NO ELBOW GREASE!!! I'M NOT SELLING THEM...JUST REPORTING! IF YOU ARE INTERESTED 877-971-2790 KENECAIN2@YAHOO.COM
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Old 09-16-2016, 12:19 AM   #7045
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New shoes for the front after 4 year old GY tire blew at 65 MPH. Replacing them with Michelins. Buying new side lights to replace the damaged ones when the tire self destructed. Got really lucky though and kept it on the road so just a little time scrubbing and buffing and it's looking good again.


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Old 09-16-2016, 05:37 AM   #7046
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New shoes for the front after 4 year old GY tire blew at 65 MPH. Replacing them with Michelins. Buying new side lights to replace the damaged ones when the tire self destructed. Got really lucky though and kept it on the road so just a little time scrubbing and buffing and it's looking good again.


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Old 09-16-2016, 06:53 AM   #7047
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Roadmaster base plate and a ReadyBrute Elite tow bar....now the work begins...ugh.
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Old 09-16-2016, 01:37 PM   #7048
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Dash cover, 10 pc Magma nesting induction cookware plus add'l pieces, Magma stainless BBQ, Samsung 48" TV, adapters & switch box for the sound system to TV since the new one had fewer inputs, True Induction cooktop, wireless thermometer with three remote units.
Gotta quit all that is in the last week!
Well, the True Induction cooktop came in. But Amazon fullfilment sent a used one with no manual, no installation instructions, no warranty card and repacked in just bubble wrap. Now I have to return it, wait for the refund and reorder.
It seemed to work fine but you could tell it had been installed before plus it was in a partly crushed box with lots of tape on it inside a new Amazon box.
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Old 09-16-2016, 03:55 PM   #7049
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Aluminum plunger compartment door latch, tired of the plastic ones breaking.
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Old 09-16-2016, 04:16 PM   #7050
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Well, the True Induction cooktop came in. But Amazon fullfilment sent a used one with no manual, no installation instructions, no warranty card and repacked in just bubble wrap. Now I have to return it, wait for the refund and reorder.
It seemed to work fine but you could tell it had been installed before plus it was in a partly crushed box with lots of tape on it inside a new Amazon box.
Oh man - that's how my Fisher Paykel dishwasher came in. no box, but the Styrofoam edge gaurds were on it and it was wrapped in plastic. Without a box, it was trashed - the Styrofoam was broken up and the stainless front was scratched and dented. It took nearly 4 weeks to get the refund. Mine came through Amazon fulfillment but 1 stop camera and appliance was the seller. I noticed another seller makes a point of stating theirs actually comes in a box, so it must be a common thing.
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Old 09-20-2016, 05:52 PM   #7051
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We finally gave in and got a satellite system: Winegard Pathway X2 antenna, 211Z receiver, DISH pay as you go plan. We are gradually changing from "campers" to "travelers", and the last trip with 5 days of rain made us push the button on the sat system.
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Old 09-20-2016, 10:31 PM   #7052
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My insurance co. installed a shiney new windshield in our coach. (OK I had to pay the $250 deductible).
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Old 09-20-2016, 10:44 PM   #7053
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Had to purchase a replacement motor for the hydraulic system last week. Landed in West Liberty IA on Monday evening ... put the hydraulic levelers down and the hydraulic slides out without a problem. Late Tuesday when I went to retract the levelers and slides ... nothing moved. Followed the troubleshooting instructions in the owners manual with no luck. Ultimately called Coachnet who concurred that a mobile tech dispatch was necessary. Mobile Tech arrived on Wednesday morning and quickly confirmed that the motor was dead. Parts got ordered and expedited. We were back on the road around 3 pm Friday afternoon. Extended warranty covered the parts and installation minus my $100 deductible. Decided to drive a real long overnight (800 miles) to get back on schedule and keep our plans to spend the weekend with friends in Denver. Pulled into Denver around 10 am on Saturday. We had a great weekend, got caught up on sleep - and are now back on schedule.
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Old 09-21-2016, 05:47 AM   #7054
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My insurance co. installed a shiney new windshield in our coach. (OK I had to pay the $250 deductible).

Mine is at Fleetwood right now for the same.
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Old 09-22-2016, 10:56 AM   #7055
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My insurance co. installed a shiney new windshield in our coach. (OK I had to pay the $250 deductible).
That's not bad at all. Progressive gave me a free one but at $250, you really can't go wrong. I no longer have Progressive either, I went to AAA for better rates. Before, AAA would not deal with a Montana registration under an LLC.

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Old 09-22-2016, 12:17 PM   #7056
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30" is small, so I added a cargo carrier to put big storage boxes and big club chairs
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