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Old 08-06-2012, 01:41 PM   #1289
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Bought some Frost King Window AC Filter material to replace the filter in the roof AC unit. Cut to fit. Improved air flow and better fit over what PO had used.
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Old 08-07-2012, 11:15 AM   #1290
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Just ordered Oxygenics Body Spa RV Showerhead - White from Camping World. I have been happy with the changes they seem to be making. There have been a lot of good reviews of this shower head and after looking around the current sale price at CW is by far the best deal. And now with the GS free shipping I thought I would give it a try.
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Old 08-07-2012, 11:39 AM   #1291
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Elf, I think you'll like it. We had one in our other TT. It upped the pressure while delivering a bit less water, making our 6 gallon heater sufficient for a nice shower.
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Old 08-07-2012, 12:19 PM   #1292
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Just installed a new front porch light and bought new marker lights to replace the 'pink' ones.

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Old 08-07-2012, 01:16 PM   #1293
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The DW & I are getting ready for our trip to Bristol Motor Speedway in a couple weeks!
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Old 08-12-2012, 07:19 PM   #1294
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2 new front tires for the trip from Reno, NV to Sturgis, SD. Now on the return trip and over nighting in Rawlins, WY, I find a big chunk of rubber missing from the outside left dual, steel cords exposed, so I guess we're buying at least 1 tire tomorrow before we head to Salt Lake City.
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Have not bought it yet, but will be in a week or two and that is a NEW mattress. The four inch thick combo memory/visco foam matt I put on top of the crappy cheap one that came with it is no longer cutting it. So that is going to be my next purchase.
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Old 08-13-2012, 08:37 AM   #1296
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Have not bought it yet, but will be in a week or two and that is a NEW mattress. The four inch thick combo memory/visco foam matt I put on top of the crappy cheap one that came with it is no longer cutting it. So that is going to be my next purchase.
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We just bought a N.I.B. cover for about half price on Craigslist. It's one of those fancy ones with a design on it too. No more Blue Tarps for us! Whoot.
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Old 08-15-2012, 08:53 PM   #1298
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The last thing I bought, the 2 new digital thermostats, oh by the way, I finally got them working right....I had them wired correctly the whole time....When I would run the generator to see if they worked, I never noticed that I didn't have 120 volts to anything else, so I just assumed they did not work or were wired wrong... After calls to Honeywell and reading a lot of info on the web I checked the breakers for the generator, they were tripped....Reset the breakers and magic the ac's came on just like they are suppose too...And they worked great, kept temp 1 degree of setting while camping this past weekend....
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Old 08-15-2012, 09:29 PM   #1299
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I bought a Honda 2000eu Generator. Hurt my back and can't clean the bed of the truck out and can't pick the generator up to put it in the bed. :( I guess I'll just keep it in case of a power outage--at least I can have TV and a space heater in the house.
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4 new rear tires while traveling from Sturgis, SD back to Reno. One of the the tires lost a big chunk of rubber exposing the the steel cords. Luckilly it didn't blow.
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(4) 5/16" SS bolts and lock nuts, (2) 3/8" SS bolts and nuts and (2) small draw latches. They go along with the steel angles and plates I fabricated into hinges for the front center fiberglass nose on our RV. Curently only meant for access to remove the diesel generator.

It currently gets screwed in place. Making hinges that allow it to pull outward and then turn to the side for access to the areas at the sides. Small access panel at top is good for washer fluid check, fuses and generator oil/coolant checking.

Lots of usable space on both sides for an air hose reel, extendable squegee, etc.

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SMI Plug and Play to replace an old Brake Buddy, getting too lazy to take the Brake Buddy in and out all the time.
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