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Old 03-26-2016, 07:25 PM   #11
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Chevy Dually Center Caps: * Chevy Dually Center Caps Set of 4 Hub 2500 3500 Truck | eBay

My SS came with Firestone air bags, which I have mixed feelings about. I assume the airbags would have to come out to make room for Sumo Springs.
I don't know if the Sumo springs will help if you have air bags but
I suspect they might. The sumo springs replace the original Chevy bump stops.

You can go to the supersprings website for more info. When I called them a live person answered on the second ring and was pleasant and helpful.
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Old 03-27-2016, 01:41 PM   #12
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I did build a bed insert to use instead of the factory albotross of a table as the bed base. We have only used it three times when the one on the grandsons did not want to share the cab over (oh brother, brothers!). It stores nice and flat against the back wall of the rear bay and weights about 4 lbs made from 3/8 ply with various 3/8 support ribs.. It holds me fine. The reason I mention this is that I use pvc as the support inlieu of the alum tube. I did see someone with a ultra light weight pontoon table, we almost went that route as it had cup holders and diameter of the support was the same. Take a look at my album to see where it stores..
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Old 03-27-2016, 04:47 PM   #13
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That looks like a nice solution for you since you dislike the stock table. So far, we have been OK with it other than lowering it an inch, mostly because my wife is short. We don't need to use the dinette bed (no grandchildren) so we will never have to wrestle with the table top for that reason.

My compliments on your basement storage - very neat and tidy. I'm still working out the best arrangement for ours.
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Old 03-27-2016, 07:07 PM   #14
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Thanks! It has been a work in progress, I floored the center elavated part of the back bay to stabilize and to brace the ice maker. pulled 120v power from under the bed so we can start making ice about 30 minutes out. I have it plumbed to run from the rv water tank or shore service. this layout also provides for on board water for a hose (wash jeep, windsheilds, black spray at remote dump). As a side since we stay on shore power 24/7/365 at home the ice maker does a great job keeping the back bay above freezing. As we seem to winter travel very very often I frequently do not winterize, rather use a temp controlled switch and a brooder lamp in the water bay, a small oil heater in the coach, and let the sewage bay go cold. Upon return open the water tank and hw drains, pink up the drains with a little in the grey and black. let the lamp keep the pump toasty. I keep the outside shower air locked all winter. we can be on the road the time it takes to on another load of water. I do remote temp moniter coach interior, water and back bays.
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tell me about the water sensor under the bed, sounds interesting?
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