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Old 08-22-2017, 07:44 AM   #8471
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Front Air Springs, new front and rear brake shoes.
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Old 08-23-2017, 08:34 AM   #8472
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Magna Shade for the drivers side window. Extremely pleased with the one on the windshield. And we have awnings for all the other windows except the drivers side.
90 feet of custom oak trim, to make crown molding through out the rig. Stain, sand paper, urethane, brushes, etc.
Decorative mirror to replace oil painting in the salon.
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Old 08-23-2017, 09:30 AM   #8473
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Magna Shade for the drivers side window. Extremely pleased with the one on the windshield. And we have awnings for all the other windows except the drivers side.
90 feet of custom oak trim, to make crown molding through out the rig. Stain, sand paper, urethane, brushes, etc.
Decorative mirror to replace oil painting in the salon.


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Old 08-24-2017, 08:37 AM   #8474
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Magna Shade for the drivers side window. Extremely pleased with the one on the windshield. And we have awnings for all the other windows except the drivers side.
90 feet of custom oak trim, to make crown molding through out the rig. Stain, sand paper, urethane, brushes, etc.
Decorative mirror to replace oil painting in the salon.
What is a Magna Shade?
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Old 08-24-2017, 09:15 AM   #8475
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www.magneshield.com Shade fabric for RV windows that is held in place with a unique "Thru the Glass" magnet design. They are external shades used when parked or stored! Cool product!
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Old 08-24-2017, 10:52 AM   #8476
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Windsport needed a little friend
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Old 08-24-2017, 10:59 AM   #8477
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Neat looking little get-around...
What the brand and model?
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Neat looking little get-around...
What the brand and model?
It is a 2017 Club Car Onward gas powered new model for 2017
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I replaced 4 of the 1141 incandescent light bulbs in my TT with 1156-17-5630NW LED's from M4 Products. They are supposed to operate on a wide voltage range (10-30Vdc), so we will see how they do. DW noticed they are brighter than the 1141's I replaced.
We boondock a lot, so battery usage is critical, as well as light levels. I doubt I will notice much battery difference yet (there are 20 more to replace), but as they are pricey I want to see how well they work out before in invest in any more.
I'll let the forum know how they work out.
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2Grands - They absolutely are worth it if you boondock. We swapped out all of our hot, amp-sucking incadescent bulbs for cool, battery-friendly LED bulbs, and with all lights on we're sitting at 2 amps. Of course we don't use all lights at once and turn off any we aren't using. I had to put in that last sentence in the hopes the DW reads it and becomes more likely to switch off any lights she, I mean we, are not actually using.
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I replaced 4 of the 1141 incandescent light bulbs in my TT with 1156-17-5630NW LED's from M4 Products. They are supposed to operate on a wide voltage range (10-30Vdc), so we will see how they do. DW noticed they are brighter than the 1141's I replaced.

We boondock a lot, so battery usage is critical, as well as light levels. I doubt I will notice much battery difference yet (there are 20 more to replace), but as they are pricey I want to see how well they work out before in invest in any more.

I'll let the forum know how they work out.


Amazon and you can find deals where they are less than a dollar each.
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Old 08-26-2017, 08:57 AM   #8483
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Driver side headlight away. Rv Tech had replaced the cable plug, it was generic, and contact tolerances were loose, so it worked for awhile. I was surprised to be able to buy the entire assy. including bulbs and cable for $50.76 and free shipping. At that price, I may not polish lenses again.
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