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Old 05-16-2015, 03:04 AM   #71
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Old 05-16-2015, 11:37 PM   #72
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Here's the hose I removed





the trick thing to do here is plumb this to the ground. its condensate from the cooling fins inside. you can take it through the refer shelf and floor inside if you wish.
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Old 05-18-2015, 11:15 AM   #73
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Wow Great Post! I also have a 2009 Blast 150, bought new in 2008.
Love the layout but hate the soft floors. I have two spots at the rear door in the corners and by the side door that are soft. two years ago I added Enternal Bond on every roof seam and chalked every place I could. I need a new seal at the rear door and this winter I'm going to do the floor repairs.
Other than that and normal things breaking, this is a great little toyhauler. I also have the 30 gal gas station. I haul my dirt bike and ATV on about 10 to 15 weekends a year.

I used to pull it with a V8 Jeep Grand Cherokee but now upgraded to a Chevy 1/2 ton. My trailer loaded with water, gas, 750lbs ATV and 280lbs dirt bike comes in a 7000#



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Old 05-18-2015, 06:20 PM   #74
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Hooked up a piece of vinyl hose. As I pushed the hose on from the outside the plastic piece became loose. Is it held in with a clip or how does it stay in?

I went on the inside of the fridge and pushed the plastic back and it doesn't feel like it's secured correctly. Any tips on that?

Here's a couple of pics of the hose. It's connected but the plastic piece is still loose inside fridge. It still catches the water just doesn't feel secure in its orig position.

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Twobuells happy to have another person chime in. Was beginning to think I was the only owner of one lol

Looks like a few differences , like color and there is a small square cover on the right side of yours that I don't know what it is.

Would love to see more pics of your setup.

I don't feel so alone anymore lol 😋
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Is there shelving in the back of yours Twobuells ? Doesn't seem like mine has enough storage.
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Our floor layouts look the same. I do have a queen bed above lower ones.
I replace the vents two years ago and added maxi vents, dark smoke to match the rest of the camper. the two square things above the water heater is the outside hose/shower and the right one is my tanks drain hose storage. bottom rear, right side is the 30 Gal Gasoline station.
I took the mattress out of the queen bed and use that for storage.
I added a 19" Flat screen with a DirecTV DVR. I have three 12v batteries hooked to an inverter so I can run my TV and Satellite box, charge phone, etc. for about 24 hours without starting the generator. I do mostly Dry Camping.

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the day I picked it up from the dealer, I ordered it from the factory


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Hooked up a piece of vinyl hose. As I pushed the hose on from the outside the plastic piece became loose. Is it held in with a clip or how does it stay in?

I went on the inside of the fridge and pushed the plastic back and it doesn't feel like it's secured correctly. Any tips on that?

Here's a couple of pics of the hose. It's connected but the plastic piece is still loose inside fridge. It still catches the water just doesn't feel secure in its orig position.

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Twobuells happy to have another person chime in. Was beginning to think I was the only owner of one lol

Looks like a few differences , like color and there is a small square cover on the right side of yours that I don't know what it is.

Would love to see more pics of your setup.

I don't feel so alone anymore lol 😋
I did the same thing with a clear hose, I just let mine hang and I can see water coming out in my mirror when I leave.
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