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Old 07-31-2014, 09:47 AM   #813
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Thanks for the info. this is the first time on any forum for me and It's great
I'm assuming it's a n/o switch and comes on between 85 & 100 degree, can the fans come on at a cooler temperature or will it affect the boiling point of the system
FWIW I run 2 fans at the top of the chimney and one inside, on-off sw. works great.
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I put a 4" solar fan on the fridge vent
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Old 08-01-2014, 10:45 AM   #815
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Old 08-01-2014, 12:51 PM   #816
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led tail lights

added upper dot rated led tail/turn/stop/marker lights
1. leds installed on upper rear of coach
2. 1, 4inch access that I had to add in upper rear cabinet in bed room, on passenger side. there was one access in center to get to back up camera.. and one on drivers side- this allowed me to access a chase behind 120 & 12 volt breaker boxes.
3. & 4. show wiring in rear of drawer on drivers side the wiring is going into engine compartment..
5. shows wiring going down chase to area behind drawer..
this was time consuming but its done!!
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while I was in cabinet I moved back up camera half outside of coach body.. and up graded to new camera.. it was behind glass when blue bird did it removed glass cut a piece of plexi-glass then cut hole in plexi-glass for camera to go through what a pain!! it will be better to see through in rain on low light I think..
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Talking Replaceing 21 year old decals

Slowly removing all the old decals and replacing them with new modern style decals... some ghosting but looking alot better.
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Old 08-09-2014, 08:52 AM   #818
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1 bolt and mechanic time to secure the starter. We'll be replacing the AC belt, too.
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Where did you buy the new decals? Thanks.
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Where did you buy the new decals? Thanks.
I bought them on ebay by a seller named Wolverine retail... Has a good rating and the decals are high quality.. I'll post pics of the sides once they are done... still have to remove the 20yr old ones and compound the sides
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Removed the 21 year old decals on the passenger side... three hours and 5 razor blades...

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Upgraded my original Mach 2 Coleman AC unit to a Mach 15. SOOO much more airflow!! Love it.
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Repaired my Onan generator last weekend. This week I finished the roof part of the solar install.
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been sanding down the multi layers of paint on our 68 aristocrat but put a hold on it today to renovate our 50x40 shed to make a work shop for our resto jobs on vintage campers we pick up...with winter coming i want a dry place to work on these 2 that we are doing now.....68 aristcrat landcammandor and then a very very old GTA that is a complete make over,gonna be stripping the little guy all the way down and restoring it even keeping the original ice box,stove and sink...im sure it will take all winter but will be worth it for my wife,,,she just loves it to death..
so my job of the day was redoing the workshop for working on vintage campers..i hope this counts,,,lol
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I looked at it and thought long and hard about the work I will do tomorrow. I only delayed the work as I was going to join the local procrastinators club, But I decided to do that tomorrow too.
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