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Old 04-19-2011, 06:23 PM   #71
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Silverleaf 120 with Pressure Pro bridge and 10 sensors. Might return it all though.

Product appears good quality but company has the worst customer service I've ever seen. Sent the wrong harness. Then forgot to send replacement. Then forgot again. Then sent replacement UPS ground (7 days) after indicating they would send it overnight. Still no harness. Buy USA???
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Old 04-19-2011, 11:17 PM   #73
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Old 04-19-2011, 11:31 PM   #74
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Hey Peacerkeeper6, I just bought the same things...but I still can;t figure out how to lock the surge protector up to keep it from being stolen. You done happen to have a picture how you'll do this, do you?
I wondered the same thing. I am going to try keeping the protector in the basement. Plug the rig's cord into the protector. Then plug the male end of the protector into your extension cord and run the cord to the pedestal.
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Old 04-20-2011, 12:09 AM   #75
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I still can;t figure out how to lock the surge protector up to keep it from being stolen.
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I ordered two slide trays from Kwikee slides, picked up a tool box from F&F. Not really a purchase, but added hooks to front generator door to store air hose, extra water hose, maybe drop cord? You have to epoxy in a couple hardwood boards before the hooks, short screws, don't want them sticking out the front
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Old 04-20-2011, 01:03 PM   #78
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Well, I bought 2 online a week ago, but 1 is back-ordered.

The one arrived yesterday, and as of 2 minutes ago, is already installed on the roof.

(Hint: Make sure you open your vent just a crack, so that the Maxxair is correctly installed. I made the mistake of just putting it as far forward as possible to ensure maximum vent opening, but dopey me, when I tried to open the vent inside to test it, it wouldn't open)

Awaiting arrival of the second one....
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Lately: new air filter for engine. 2 new footstool type outdoor easy chairs, nice. Gas grill. Generator exhaust extension for tailgating. And, a new toy fire truck for grandson when we visit, it will stay in the mh.
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I bought one of those as a temporary lock when the factory replaced our failed surge protector and I had no access to a West Marine. I found it cumbersome to use and now have my original setup. I went to West Marine and made up a 1/8 inch SS cable that I looped around the 'outlet' end of the protector and crimped it with WM's crimping tool. The cable needs to be about 14" in length with another small loop at the other end to accept a lock. I measured the diameter of the our 50amp cord and bought a 'key' lock that would fit snuggly around the cord and I attach the loop to the lock. This arrangement keeps the Surge-Potector attached to the power cord. Admittedly, it keeps semi-honest people honest but the bad guys will get whatever they decide they want...I figure(hope, really) they'll cut the cable and NOT my cord! Bob
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An alternator,pulley broke loose 50 miles from home,good thing I threw in an extra tool kit this time!
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A 40" Samsung LED 120Hz for the overhead! Required some cabinet work to make it look factory installed. Looking forward to the next trip.
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