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Old 08-24-2014, 10:20 PM   #191
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Not sure how you would prove it but I suspect the higher ratings on the ST tire is because there is no government oversight. They can stamp any number they like on them. What they should say is FOR OFF ROAD USE ONLY. Again just my thoughts.
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Old 08-25-2014, 06:53 PM   #192
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You will like it, I promise. We LOVE our Oxygenics!!

Yessir - I love it - so glad I bought it finally - i am usually the skeptic but this thing ROCKS !! The water actually hits the opposite wall in our super sized shower ! Perfect for washing shampoo out of long hair - five stars and two thumbs up on the Oxygenics shower head 👍👍


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Old 08-25-2014, 06:56 PM   #193
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Changing that cheapo plastic toilet seat was a WINNER too! Never knew they made a residential replacement version - awesome bathroom in our Crusader (except for those tacky plastic faucets ...i mean seriously?? Everything else is a higher quality but not those !!). Next year's project for DH


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Old 08-25-2014, 07:17 PM   #194
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We were having a heated discussion at Wildcat today about what attributes, features, options, specs, etc. are absolute must haves for your RV. If you had to pick the top five items (and you can be very broad or super specific here), what would make your list?
Wildcat Chris. Your a great guy. What you do here is awesome.

Sure wish there was a Rockwood pop up rep on here doing what your doing.

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Old 08-26-2014, 12:00 AM   #195
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Not sure how you would prove it but I suspect the higher ratings on the ST tire is because there is no government oversight. They can stamp any number they like on them. What they should say is FOR OFF ROAD USE ONLY. Again just my thoughts.

They have to be DOT approved


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Old 08-26-2014, 09:53 AM   #196
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Changing that cheapo plastic toilet seat was a WINNER too! Never knew they made a residential replacement version - awesome bathroom in our Crusader (except for those tacky plastic faucets ...i mean seriously?? Everything else is a higher quality but not those !!). Next year's project for DH


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Agreed! Wooden Toilet seat = much better experience!
We also modded the lower cabinet handle - replaced the handle with a vertical toilet paper holder

Faucets in our Rockwood are not that bad - not gonna mess with those.

Now, have your DH install a Blue Streak for your toilet - 10 min bolt on - this is a KILLER mod! (Should be stock Wildcat Chris )

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Too pricey. The replacement product cost is ridiculous. I can understand a seasonal full timer with a stationary coach wanting it but someone like me would never buy the refills. The little throw in packs and a good flushing of the black tank completely controls any odors in my coach
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Old 08-26-2014, 12:33 PM   #198
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Wildcat Chris. Your a great guy. What you do here is awesome.

Sure wish there was a Rockwood pop up rep on here doing what your doing.

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Too pricey. The replacement product cost is ridiculous. I can understand a seasonal full timer with a stationary coach wanting it but someone like me would never buy the refills. The little throw in packs and a good flushing of the black tank completely controls any odors in my coach
Matter of opinion, but I whole heartedly agree. That would be another thing to spend money on that you wouldn't get return value on.


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Old 08-26-2014, 01:41 PM   #200
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Too pricey. The replacement product cost is ridiculous. I can understand a seasonal full timer with a stationary coach wanting it but someone like me would never buy the refills. The little throw in packs and a good flushing of the black tank completely controls any odors in my coach
Nothing requires you to by their replacement solution. I mix Super Clean, Pinesol and water for ours and it works great. No packets to remember to throw in.
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