Originally Posted by Ohio192
Thanks a lot Last Train.....that's exactly what I wanted to see, his tank before the modification looks exactly like mine does...
This did create another problem though....the wife spotted many more mods she would like... 🙄
Anyhow many thanks again and also to Soundguy for doing such a great job documenting his work.
Putting the cover on for the winter today and we are already looking forward to next spring and our first outing....
You're welcome. He sent me a private message over on the Good Sam Forum asking me to pass this along to you.
Re. mods . . . for us it kind of boils down to the utility of the rig for our camping lifestyle (and economics in our world). For instance, I've added a second group 24 battery, mostly silenced the water pump, insulated internal plumbing (under the sinks), wired in an electronics management system from Progressive Industries, installed a ceiling drapery channel to allow for a visual barrier between the living/galley area and sleeping area, my wife bought a new bed spread and pillows and made new curtains and I installed some braces to prop up the lid covering the under bed storage.
A little bit of this was for aesthetic appeal, but most of it was more utilitarian in nature. The bottom line for us is that we have been able to make the 192 RBS into a functional space for all "3" of us (counting the dog), and it works well. Seems like there is always something else to think about, but we have prioritized what we want to do based on how we camp. We usually find full hook-up sites, so we have done very little dry camping. So the issue of the sagging fresh water tank has not - yet - been an issue for us. But, I've had my eye on this subject since you raised it again, and I will look forward to seeing how you resolve it.
Meanwhile, we're heading out again in early December to "Mother Neff State Park" (there's an interesting story behind the name) on the banks of the Leon River in central Texas. We're going then because well . . . we can!
Pic of us on the way home from a recent trip to Bandera in the Texas Hill Country . . .