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Old 07-04-2016, 11:46 PM   #121
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Love the awning lights, question though, are the hard wired to constant powers with a switch or just plugged in to an outlet when you want them on?

I have come up with 2 maybe crazy mods just wondering if anyone has tried these...
1) installing tankless water heater to replace lp 6 gal tank, thoughts??
2) installing sunroof/front window over bed? Curved so maybe too difficult?

Just a couple things my wife and I have though might make it more enjoyable while camping but maybe difficult to install. Love to hear everyone's thoughts.

Happy 4th everyone!!!
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Old 07-05-2016, 02:19 PM   #122
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What a great thread, I love hearing other people's ideas. Done a couple mods myself lately.



Added under awning LEDs:





Added an easily accessible outdoor TV:



I know a lot of people are anti-TV but we normally watch classic movies at night



I also used Eternabond on on the roof seams. No pics but I highly recommend this stuff.


How is that outdoor tv mounted there?


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Old 07-05-2016, 02:59 PM   #123
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How is that outdoor tv mounted there?


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Lag screwed to the wall stud.

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Old 07-05-2016, 03:00 PM   #124
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Can anyone tell me what this vent is for? It's above the dinette area. I have a 120v only fridge and the window unit AC. So I can't figure out what this vent is for, other then providing a place for wasps to nest


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Can anyone tell me what this vent is for? It's above the dinette area. I have a 120v only fridge and the window unit AC. So I can't figure out what this vent is for, other then providing a place for wasps to nest


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That is the roof vent for the fridge


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Old 07-05-2016, 04:48 PM   #126
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That is the roof vent for the fridge


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Can't be. It's on opposite side and my fridge is electric only.


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Can't be. It's on opposite side and my fridge is electric only.


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Hmm - fridge still needs vent if electric only but not sure about that if its on oposite side of fridge - just my two pennies 😊


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Hmm - fridge still needs vent if electric only but not sure about that if its on oposite side of fridge - just my two pennies


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There is nothing connected to this vent (that I know of). The fridge definitely isn't connected to it. It's just a small bar fridge that slides in and out under the counter top.


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Old 07-05-2016, 05:17 PM   #129
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It's the vent for window style a/c
They use a typical window unit but it cant vent normally because it is flush to outside of camper
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Air intake for the window a/c condenser.
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