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Old 06-23-2012, 10:36 PM   #1079
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Material to make curtains for the RV as I can't find the oddball sizes I need. A paper towel holder to get the PTs off the counter and a cat door so the cats can get to their litter-pan in the bathroom when the door is closed and out of the way.
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Old 06-23-2012, 10:45 PM   #1080
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A few water shut off valves. It seems every time we move, something clogs the kitchen faucet. Last week I took the whole thing apart, blew compressed air through the faucet lines, and it worked. Then we moved. So now I can shut off water to the kitchen faucet without having to go outside and turn off water to the entire coach. Sad that I have to do it, but it should help out a bit.

And some Plasti Dip to spray over the vent covers-too much light in the mornings!
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Old 06-24-2012, 09:35 AM   #1081
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Cyclone sewer vent cap for the black tank. Very hot here in the desert, and I don't "need" to empty the tank for 4 weeks at a time. Even when I flushed toilet REALLY fast, it let a stink in. There seems to always be a breeze (and some days a roar) here, so hope it does the job.
I bought and installed one also.
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Old 06-25-2012, 10:08 AM   #1082
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New SeeLevel II gauges for the storage tanks with a remote panel for the outside bay.
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Old 06-25-2012, 12:26 PM   #1083
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Stars 'n Stripes bunting for the nose of the rv, two 12' sections of red, white and blue rope lights, 1/2 dozen mini US flags on sticks, Stars 'n Stripes "welcome" mat.

All to go along with our 25' long braded red,white and blue rope lights we constructed.

Camping over the 4th and want to show off our US pride and enter the decorating contest.

Still got to get a new 4'x6' Flag and pole!
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Old 06-25-2012, 02:31 PM   #1084
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I love the idea of the bunting for the front of the rv. This patriot salutes you!
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Old 06-26-2012, 12:30 AM   #1085
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New SeeLevel II gauges for the storage tanks with a remote panel for the outside bay.
Any photos of the install? Before , during , after? I'm thinking about doing the same. How accurate are they?
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Old 06-26-2012, 01:07 AM   #1086
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We have bought a lot lately 50 amp hard wired surge protector, 6 new tires, new faucet for the kitchen sink, new lamp, and new radio/cd player. I love the bunting idea and will be doing that tomorrow. Thanks for sharing the idea Cougarkid
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Old 06-26-2012, 06:59 AM   #1087
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Stars 'n Stripes bunting for the nose of the rv, two 12' sections of red, white and blue rope lights, 1/2 dozen mini US flags on sticks, Stars 'n Stripes "welcome" mat.

All to go along with our 25' long braded red,white and blue rope lights we constructed.

Camping over the 4th and want to show off our US pride and enter the decorating contest.

Still got to get a new 4'x6' Flag and pole!
Have you thought about making a pvc flag pole ? I have one and it is easy to store and set up. If your interested just do a search for PVC Flag Pole for instructions.
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I have seen several PVC flag poles in the resort we camp at. Many of them hang the flag at a 45 degree angle. They look simple enough to make. A piece of pipe and a few 45 and 90 degree elbows.

I am leaning towards a 6' to 8' wood or aluminum pole. I want to mount it on the front of the rv, leaning out.

The front of our rv in all fiberglass, so attaching it will be a challenge. We park at home base on concrete - can't stick it in the ground. We will see.
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Any photos of the install? Before , during , after? I'm thinking about doing the same. How accurate are they?
I haven't installed them yet, but here is a thread I read before I bought them that really detailed the process.

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Wall mount clips to hold the broom tired of it being in the shower
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I have seen several PVC flag poles in the resort we camp at. Many of them hang the flag at a 45 degree angle. They look simple enough to make. A piece of pipe and a few 45 and 90 degree elbows.

I am leaning towards a 6' to 8' wood or aluminum pole. I want to mount it on the front of the rv, leaning out.

The front of our rv in all fiberglass, so attaching it will be a challenge. We park at home base on concrete - can't stick it in the ground. We will see.
I bought this for my RV. http://www.amazon.com/Special-Flag-P...g+flag+pole+RV
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