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Old 04-21-2015, 09:16 PM   #131
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Finally finished our kitchen back splash so it looks finished. Was simple and came out good.
Very nice, looks great!
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Old 04-21-2015, 10:23 PM   #132
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Looks great!
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Old 04-23-2015, 12:00 PM   #133
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I did and you beat me to the punch in getting the post. Lol. Here are the pics along with some other mods I worked on.
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Thing works like a charm and has crazy suction. My wife loves it. Campers Inn did the install for me and did a great job.
Here is some other stuff I was doing
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I also had an Carefree Colorado LED light strip put in under the awning that can display like 20 different light colors and can have all kinds of crazy patterns. Cool. When i get it lit up at night I will have to post some pics.
Do you have a picture of where they drilled up through floor? I'm thinking about tackling this myself.
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Old 04-24-2015, 10:48 PM   #134
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If we don't have the wiring behind the handle, this could be a tricky install.
Installed an LED light in our entry handle today. A very simple install. Lower handle is even or slightly lower than the floor and the wires are hidden with no effort. Connected to the little entry step light so it works off the switch to that light. There is already a perfect path for the wires, the sensor wires for the electric step are already ran through a small hole.
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Thanks! Good job! I knew someone would figure that out! Glad I didn't send my wiring kit/light back to Amazon.
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So I talked to forest river about installing a pullout fridge freezer in either the very forward passenger side compartment or the one aft of the wheel. Was basically told it couldn't support the weight but when I thought about it I haul a cooler full of beer water and ice any way which I'm sure is even heavier.

Thoughts anyone? This isn't the easiest to figure due to having to clear the door lip.
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Old 05-02-2015, 12:30 PM   #137
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So I talked to forest river about installing a pullout fridge freezer in either the very forward passenger side compartment or the one aft of the wheel. Was basically told it couldn't support the weight but when I thought about it I haul a cooler full of beer water and ice any way which I'm sure is even heavier.

Thoughts anyone? This isn't the easiest to figure due to having to clear the door lip.
I just went out and looked at both those compartments... I have a hard time seeing weight as an issue, we all carry heavy "stuff" in compartments. Not sure if you can find a fridge that will clear that lip or not, I think that is the only major issue. Not hard to find an electric line anywhere on the coach.
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I just went out and looked at both those compartments... I have a hard time seeing weight as an issue, we all carry heavy "stuff" in compartments. Not sure if you can find a fridge that will clear that lip or not, I think that is the only major issue. Not hard to find an electric line anywhere on the coach.
I think I measured the lip to be around 4".
The fridge would go on one of them raised pullout trays which I believe some raise the floor 4-6 inches.
I'm just sick of lugging ice around and having to replenish all the time.


I have to figure this out!
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Fresh water tank fill

Did a little plumbing today and installed a valve to fill the fresh water tank via the city water connection. Plumbed so the tank also fills with filtered water as well. Pic below. Labeling looked pretty good until I took the pic, I can see that getting redone tomorrow.
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Anyone install the hinges/struts on the under bed storage yet? Is there enough support under there for that, any pictures?

Definitely would like to do this.
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