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Old 05-15-2012, 10:34 AM   #953
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Yes please keep us posted. I have2000 National Seaview and am thinking of doing the same.
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Installed Banks system and have just made a 500 mile run. I wish I had installed it many years ago as this coach will now pull grades in 6th that previously would downshift to 4th and slow down quite a bit. I can tell that my fuel mileage will also be better from the fuel gauge and will report back actual number when I re-fuel. I am one happy camper with this upgrade!
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Old 05-15-2012, 04:49 PM   #954
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Old 05-15-2012, 07:57 PM   #955
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I posted how I bought a new recliner
And now comes the challenge, how do get the old chair out without using the Sawsall? Can the door stop be disconnected so the door swings further open? Do I need to remove the six screws that connect it to the door frame? I do not want to cause myself a major pain trying to get it reconnected.
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Old 05-15-2012, 08:53 PM   #956
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Old 05-15-2012, 09:01 PM   #957
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Old 05-15-2012, 09:09 PM   #958
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Wasn't the last thing, but we finally got to try our new Oxygenics shower head for the first time this morning. Works so much better than the original one. It has a really nice spray.
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Wasn't the last thing, but we finally got to try our new Oxygenics shower head for the first time this morning. Works so much better than the original one. It has a really nice spray.
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You are right.... Everyone talks about how great they are. I put one in last year and it was everythng they say it is. Great investment.
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Old 05-16-2012, 07:43 PM   #961
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On our last trip of the year 2011 we bought a 50 amp plug, if we wanted power that evening.

For my birthday I bought a propane cylinder gauge.
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We recently added Safe-T-Plus, 5-Star Tune, and Bilstein shocks. What a difference the $$$$ make!! Driving like a dream. Now need tire pressure monitor even though we have new tires all around.
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Old 05-17-2012, 09:54 AM   #963
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Another fire extinguisher that will mount properly, will put the older one in a drawer. Also gaskets for the diesel tank cap. 2 tubes of Dicor for just in case repairs. Wall mounted bubble soap dispenser to replace the old non working one in my grey and blackwater bay.
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I posted how I bought a new recliner
And now comes the challenge, how do get the old chair out without using the Sawsall? Can the door stop be disconnected so the door swings further open? Do I need to remove the six screws that connect it to the door frame? I do not want to cause myself a major pain trying to get it reconnected.
Disassemble the recliners. The back should slide up out of the base. Just a couple of clips holding it on. Bring the new one in the same way.
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Old 05-17-2012, 03:28 PM   #965
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Can the door stop be disconnected so the door swings further open? Do I need to remove the six screws that connect it to the door frame?
No way to say for sure w/o knowing what your RV is. Most Winnebago diesel "check strap limiters" can be disconnected by simply removing a spring clip and pulling a small pin.
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Trav'ler 1000 satellite dish. My KVH lost a board, wasn't worth repairing and was never the best DISH Network dish.

Also order the 625 DuoDVR receiver which allows 2 TVs to view different sats and record yet a 3rd.

Wish I had done this before spending $395.00 for the KVH master switch and $80.00 for an external hard drive to record like a DVR.
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