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Old 06-28-2013, 09:27 PM   #1
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The new outlet box for plugging the 5th wheel in..Click image for larger version

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Nice!
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I want one of those, how did you mount it to the siding?
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I want one of those, how did you mount it to the siding?
Most of them are lag bolted.
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I want one of those, how did you mount it to the siding?
If that's vinyl siding, the ideal way would be to use a vinyl siding block to mount it on. Arlington Industries makes the stuff that we use. The siding people say that the siding is supposed to be able to expand and contract. Either way, you're a step ahead of most folks that plug in at home
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I want one of those, how did you mount it to the siding?
Yes..Lag bolts into a stud
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Nice!
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What are your rates for camping in your backyard? Is breakfast and coffee included?
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Wouldn't be home without out one!
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Very nice. I converted my 120v/240v 60a fused spa pullout to feed a 120v 30a RV plug but have wanted to switch over to a load center for sometime now. After seeing your pic I may even consider going the way you did.
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