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Old 10-14-2013, 12:38 PM   #1
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What New Mods Have you Done

Just wondering what new mods has everyone done to there motorhome, or planning to do. I'll start by: we added Rope lighting in the Bedroom and did woodwork along either side of the coach with rope lighting inside. Makes it nice at night not so bright. Also did woodwork on the ceiling to break up the all white ceiling. Looking at caring it over into the bedroom. Just added the RV quick shades on the front windshield and side windows. Will get some pictures posted once someone explains how, lol. Interesting to see what else individuals have done.
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Old 10-14-2013, 01:39 PM   #2
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Dirt Devil Central Vacuum cleaner system (will install in a week)
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SteerSafe front steering Stabilizers (installed and love it)

I'm now working on changing water to gasoline so I can travel because I can't afford the gas.

That's enough for now cause I have to interview for a job today so I can pay for all this stuff.
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Old 10-14-2013, 02:38 PM   #3
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Installed light dimmer for the over couch lights and a dimmer in the light fixture over the dining table. Installed the "lazy man's remote awning control circuit". Installed A-B switch circuitry for the carryout sat antenna to allow either sat antenna or park cable input.
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Old 10-14-2013, 03:15 PM   #4
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Aux gas hookup with 12 foot hose for outside grill. No more carrying LPG canisters!
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Had the LCI steps removed and replaced with Kwikee steps. Definitely an upgrade.
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Old 10-14-2013, 06:04 PM   #6
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Done:
-Board over the steps hole
-Tilt TV bracket in bedroom
-Outside TV in compartment
-Fence on bunkbeds (so kids won't fall out)
-Thick memory foam on master bed
-A few thick coats of RainX
-Main door window cover

Will do soon before our trip to FL:
-Blue Ox Tiger Trak
-Something for the front steering (what is SteerSafe?)
-Ran McNally GPS
-Tire pressure monitors
-Engine tuner

Will do next spring:
-Better stereo head unit
-Better sub amp
-Better tweeters
-Toad
-Bypass DVD watching while driving
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Old 10-14-2013, 07:09 PM   #7
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I forgot to add the Expanded Queen Sleep Number Bed, Bose System for the TV, replaced the furniture with his and her recliners, end table and coffee table. Planning to enclose the screen door with plexi-glass so we can keep the door open and not lose the heat or A/C and keep the view.
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I forgot to add the Expanded Queen Sleep Number Bed, Bose System for the TV, replaced the furniture with his and her recliners, end table and coffee table. Planning to enclose the screen door with plexi-glass so we can keep the door open and not lose the heat or A/C and keep the view.
Sleep number? Now we are talking! How did you expand the queen? When we had our TT I made a slide out for the support and we stuffed pillows on the head part. That one also had a queen bed, but a much shorter one. The one in our coach is better, but wouldn't mind having it a little bit longer. When you get used to sleeping in a Cali king, it's hard to go smaller. LOL
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Old 10-14-2013, 07:25 PM   #9
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Mods so far on our 2011 Greywolf TT
plexi glass on main door screen, doorbell, spice rack, extra counterspace-cuttingboard-sink covering, full size mirror on bathroom door, upgraded shower head, mounted tv in bedroom, key rack, larger tv in livingroom, electric fireplace under tv, cd rac (built in) flag pole holder, dual battery holder all I can think of at this time.
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Any details on the doorbell?
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