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Old 09-08-2014, 06:44 PM   #31
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Well, like any project that involves research and experimenting - it needs funds. Donations gladly accepted!
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Old 09-08-2014, 07:48 PM   #32
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In the water filter bay the black tank in the ceiling is the black water tank correct? And the pex line running into it (the top lefts side) is the flush line correct?

Feel'in like a mod is coming on..... As the flush hose fitting is directly behind the sewer bay door on my unit, cant run the sprayer with the door hooked open PITA.

Maybe hard plumb a spray line with check valves to full time water supply with cut off. Would never have to hose up the black sprayer again...
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Old 09-08-2014, 08:24 PM   #33
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In the water filter bay the black tank in the ceiling is the black water tank correct? And the pex line running into it (the top lefts side) is the flush line correct?

Feel'in like a mod is coming on..... As the flush hose fitting is directly behind the sewer bay door on my unit, cant run the sprayer with the door hooked open PITA.

Maybe hard plumb a spray line with check valves to full time water supply with cut off. Would never have to hose up the black sprayer again...
I'm thinking if yours is like my 3171 the black tank is to the right (from the water filter compartment), the grey waste tank is to the left. If you remove the vertical panel with the access door, you will be able to remove the top cladding around the tanks. From there you can look up and you will see the black tank flush nozzle on the side of the tank. It will be easy access to the water filter pump stuff. I would be cautious - even with valving to to the flush system you don't the physical separation of one hose to the coach and one hose to the flush system.

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Old 09-14-2014, 07:52 AM   #34
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Oh no.... I have no next mod to do

[QUOTE=Hoglou;Everyone has done the seat storage mod right? adding a top access door for the area behind the drawer.[/QUOTE]

Regarding the area behind the dinette drawers
What do you use for a door I've thought about accessing this area thanks
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Old 09-14-2014, 08:42 AM   #35
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Have no next Mod to do! The ONLY way this could be true is if you Sold the RV!! Youroo!!
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Old 09-14-2014, 11:40 AM   #36
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we have the U shape dinette. I took the wood decking up (6 screws I think) from under the seat cushion behind the driver seat.. Added an extra 2x2 support running in the direction of front to rear bumper. pilot drill, wood glue, then screwed it togther. I prefer sheet rock screws. Cut the decking in half with the center line of the cut over the new support. screwed down the front peice over the drawer, and added a thumb hole for the access door. It will hold about a milk crate's worth of new stuff.
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Old 09-15-2014, 01:38 PM   #37
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Old 09-15-2014, 04:36 PM   #38
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*Grumble* Rig is still at the dealers ... this JT Strongarm install is taking a LOT of time - in order to do it right, the Tech is welding angle iron to the frame to mount the JTs and is having to fit the welding in between other maintenance stuff (I am sorta low on the totem pole at this dealer )

Oh well, at least I have OC's basement tray stained and painted need to swing by the shop and get the laundry board out of the bumber soI can stain it as well.
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Old 09-15-2014, 04:49 PM   #39
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*Grumble* Rig is still at the dealers ... this JT Strongarm install is taking a LOT of time - in order to do it right, the Tech is welding angle iron to the frame to mount the JTs and is having to fit the welding in between other maintenance stuff (I am sorta low on the totem pole at this dealer )

Oh well, at least I have OC's basement tray stained and painted need to swing by the shop and get the laundry board out of the bumber soI can stain it as well.
They still haven't got those JT's on for you yet? They were supposed to install those back in Goshen! You know, maybe it's a sign that it's just not meant to be. Gonna have to go with something else.

BTW, when you do get the laundry board, don't forget to send some pics. DW's still waiting for visual confirmation before approving this winter's project.
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Old 09-15-2014, 05:01 PM   #40
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...BTW, when you do get the laundry board, don't forget to send some pics. DW's still waiting for visual confirmation before approving this winter's project.
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