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Old 07-18-2016, 06:33 PM   #41
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LED's are looking good!

I am going to put some under the awning rail, probably drill a hole and fish power from the fridge compartment, or possibly the over the door light. Haven't gotten that far along in the process yet.

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I ran my power wire down inside the plastic wire trac for the power wire for awning motor and went inside Moho same place awning power went inside. You will come inside behind passenger seat then ran down threw passenger step out underneath and up to battery box. Little wire loom and worked out pretty good
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Old 07-18-2016, 11:13 PM   #42
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I ran my power wire down inside the plastic wire trac for the power wire for awning motor and went inside Moho same place awning power went inside. You will come inside behind passenger seat then ran down threw passenger step out underneath and up to battery box. Little wire loom and worked out pretty good
I will look at that as an alternative, where did you put the remote sensor?

I want to split the step light and grab bar light off the over head porch light... eventually. I really don't need the overhead but the grab bar and step light come in handy.

I have requested a wiring diagram from Coachmen, but haven't heard back from them yet. I can figure it out, eventually, but like working from plans and diagrams.

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Old 07-18-2016, 11:26 PM   #43
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+1 on the sewer solution. I also carry a slinky as a backup but haven't had to use it yet either. I like being to flush out the tanks until clear water is running. Still planning on adding a flush system inside the upper half of tank, I hear that is the best way to keep sensors from getting clogged.

Love the rear basket, nice work!
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Old 07-19-2016, 05:58 AM   #44
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+1 on the sewer solution. I also carry a slinky as a backup but haven't had to use it yet either. I like being to flush out the tanks until clear water is running. Still planning on adding a flush system inside the upper half of tank, I hear that is the best way to keep sensors from getting clogged.

Love the rear basket, nice work!
Thanks!

My game plan for the sensors is to replace the current system with either a SeeLevel or a Tech-Edge iSeries. Unless I found some compelling reason not to, I am leaning towards the Tech-Edge. It has the ability to set alarms to warn you tanks are getting full or the water tank is getting empty.

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Window tint

Took the Concord and had the truck windows tinted and an eyebrow installed,,will make for cooler driving..

And the new air conditioner will be here tomorrow. Plan to install Thursday...Now Momma is looking to replace the couch with dual recliners,,input ???
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Old 07-20-2016, 05:19 PM   #46
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Took the Concord and had the truck windows tinted and an eyebrow installed,,will make for cooler driving..

And the new air conditioner will be here tomorrow. Plan to install Thursday...Now Momma is looking to replace the couch with dual recliners,,input ???
Got pictures of the eyebrow?

As far as the dual recliners... LayZBoy makes some killer stuff that will fit through the door if you take the backs off. They have some sort of system that they are putting in RV's but I have seen prices in the full K range.

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Old 07-20-2016, 08:19 PM   #47
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Got another mod done today, this one was for the hound. He likes to see where we are going for a while, then he wants to lay down next to you. Great companion and will ride for hours and not ask for a potty break.

I built him a platform to go between the seats. It is lightweight and can be easily moved if we need to move to the back of the unit. When we are parked it can be stood on end and used as a storage cabinet. We throw his blanket up on it when we are traveling and he is a happy hound.

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Very nice.
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I admit I haven't looked very far into it, but is there an easy way to get the TV (above the cab) to play through the sound bar and 2 speakers? I didn't see anything obvious on the entertainment center next to the TV.
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Old 07-21-2016, 01:55 PM   #50
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I admit I haven't looked very far into it, but is there an easy way to get the TV (above the cab) to play through the sound bar and 2 speakers? I didn't see anything obvious on the entertainment center next to the TV.
There is an option on the inputs on the stereo, you have to toggle through them. I will check when I get a chance and see what mine is set to. It is already set up, just have to hit the correct combination... think slot machine.

Also just as a side note, the ABC zone switch controls the right, left and sound bar speakers. I may rewire that and patch the outside speakers into one of those zones instead.

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