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Old 07-27-2012, 08:55 PM   #1261
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Got a chrome wire basket. Made for the bathroom, but I am using it in the dump bay,

It will hold all the misc stuff that floats around.
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Old 07-28-2012, 12:13 AM   #1262
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I bought a travel trailer so now I have to buy all the stuff you all are posting
I know the feeling lol we bought our new trailer in feb and have been re-buying mods we had on our last trailer along with new mods
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Old 07-28-2012, 08:02 AM   #1263
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Looks like I'll be purchasing a new passenger side out side mirror next week. Driving thru the construction zone on I80 in downtown Reno last night when a guy pulling a toy hauler tried to pass in the exit lane. He hit the uneven payment edge. His trailer snapped/tipped into our lane. The front cornor of the trailer wiped out the mirror. Barely missed awning brackets and the MH itself. Of course he never slowed down. There was too much traffic to try to chase him down.

Where should I start looking for a mirror for a 2007 fleetwwod flair 33r? The pins holding the other mirror do not look like bolts. I assume they are a pound in type of insert.
#1 never go back to the motorhome manufacturer for parts, if you can help it. They will charge you retail plus. They are not in the parts business and will make you pay for their time and trouble.
look under the arm and you will probably see the name Velvac. Go online and go to Velvac's site. There are screws under the trim buttons. just remove the trim buttons and remove the screws.
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Old 07-28-2012, 11:45 AM   #1264
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thanks ga! I'll look this morning.
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Old 07-29-2012, 07:34 AM   #1265
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Looks like I'll be purchasing a new passenger side out side mirror next week. Driving thru the construction zone on I80 in downtown Reno last night when a guy pulling a toy hauler tried to pass in the exit lane. He hit the uneven payment edge. His trailer snapped/tipped into our lane. The front cornor of the trailer wiped out the mirror. Barely missed awning brackets and the MH itself. Of course he never slowed down. There was too much traffic to try to chase him down.

Where should I start looking for a mirror for a 2007 fleetwwod flair 33r? The pins holding the other mirror do not look like bolts. I assume they are a pound in type of insert.
I think most of the Velvac screws are 3/16 allens.
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Old 07-29-2012, 08:48 AM   #1266
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Well let me see, bought a lot of wire shelving for the outside storage area, that makes things more efficient...bought 2 new Honeywell digital thermostats to replace the Coleman's, which I have not got working yet, but I will get it...New floor mats for the pilots area...Extra water hose,extra sewer hose tired of coming up short sometimes.....Alot of small odds and ends and the one most important item I do not like to be without, a small notebook to write down anything I need to buy, want or need, measurements I take or anything I need to remember before the next trip....And loving ever minute of it....
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Old 07-29-2012, 04:17 PM   #1267
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Bought one of the under the counter drawers to put under my bath cabinet to hold misc small items.
Also bought a fold up broom with a dustpan from WalMart RV section. It extends to a full broom! Neat!

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Old 07-29-2012, 04:41 PM   #1268
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New compressor and two squirrel cages for the dual compressor basement AC/heat pump, with $69 worth of diesel for dessert as we ended the round trip to the service location.
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Old 07-29-2012, 04:51 PM   #1269
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A MaxxAir fan for the water closet. The one with remote control. I'm working my way to the epitome of luxury. The remote comes in handy as there is no magazine rack in the water closet.
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Old 07-30-2012, 11:42 PM   #1270
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A sturdy window scrubber/squeegee from ACE is the place, like the one's in the gas stations between the pumps. I had an old mop handle and whittled the end down and put the head on that with a couple of screws for extra measure. Now I've got something I can reach the top of the windshield with, without a step stool.
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Old 07-31-2012, 11:16 AM   #1271
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Just purchased an aluminum cargo carrier from Amazon by UWS. It's VERY light and seems sturday (500 lb rating) and it looks great!
I'm also getting a Rubbermaid Actionpacker heavy duty plastic crate from Walmart. It's lockable and has a hinged top that can be waterproofed.
Oh yeah, I also ordered some magnetic scrabble tiles from Amazon. I'm designing a scrabble board to print on vinyl and attach to sheet metal so we can play on the road.
I'll have to post a picture of that one when I finish it.
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We just ordered this chair on Sunday, came in today from CW.
Can anyone say "Talladega here we come"?

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Old 08-01-2012, 08:01 PM   #1273
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A get well soon card in care of our dealer! Ha!
Seriously, We did by a Melita stove top coffee maker in case the Kuerig dies.
Next on the list a Flo-jet, then a Jeep Wrangler.
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Haven't gotten it yet, but I'm gonna get a little tray to sit on the console to the left of the drivers seat. There's not enough room on the console with the bubble levels and the jack controls for me to sit my sunglasses or smokes and a lighter.
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