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  1. jetman1
    01-17-2022 12:23 PM
    I live in Prescott also. I have a 40' 2015 tiffen. I have been getting my service done in Chino. It would be nice to have a mobil guy. I would like to talk to you. 707-486-3325 Thanks Dan Avilla

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  • About ByeTheWay
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    Mountain Aire
    RV Year
    '04 DP
    RV Length
    40 feet
    Location (City, State):
    Prescott, Arizona
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    '04 Newmar MADP, 1100w of solar, Rubicon toad


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  • Last Activity: 03-31-2023 03:38 PM
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Posted 12-27-2019 at 12:20 PM by ByeTheWay Comments 0
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RE: Cummins 400 ISL
Exhaust Tube Replacement

I removed the existing tube, had a muffler shop weld A new Flange on the old tube added a heat shield, and replace. Just under $250 installed. Freightliner wanted $750 for the tube plus installation.

The replacement has been in use over a year, without an issue.

Posted 05-18-2016 at 01:18 PM by ByeTheWay Comments 0
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Pleased with the results

Posted 05-08-2016 at 03:04 PM by ByeTheWay Comments 2
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After trying to retrieve an item from my “Between the Rail Storage” and not being able to see what I was looking for I replaced the 1/2” plywood shelves with wire closet shelving. I fastened two pieces together using hog rings for strength and to give me a lip on each side. I found it easier to install each piece separately, then fasten them together.

Sure makes it easier to find what you are looking for when you can see it from below.

Posted 05-05-2016 at 09:12 PM by ByeTheWay Comments 0
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As any Boondocker knows, water is precious. I have always had the desire to save the water that is normally wasted waiting for the shower water to warm up. I use to save it in a container, but that took extra effort so I looked for an easier solution.

I added a diverter valve and a shut off valve between the shower head and the shower supply pipe. This gives me the ability to divert the water to a separate line and also allows me to stop the flow of water all together without adjusting...

Posted 05-05-2016 at 08:40 PM by ByeTheWay Comments 2
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Our original Bedroom TV was located in the corner, above the washer/dryer. Watching it was uncomfortable because of the angle between the TV and the bed. I wanted to replace the old TV with an LED. My wife said can’t you line it up with the bed. After some thought I came up with my solution.

First I built a frame to match the existing cabinets. I then mounted a piece of 1/8” aluminum (painted black) to the back of the frame, which added strength to the frame. I installed the...
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how do you get things...
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Thanks for the compliment....
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