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Old 10-27-2012, 09:10 PM   #1
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Saturday's Project

Been wanting to get those roof vent covers for awhile now. So I decided that it was such a nice day I drove to my local RV supply and picked up 3 covers 2 for the vents and 1 for the fantastic fan. I also replaced my LP leak detector, my old one kept going off and had a mind of its own.
Spent about 2 1/2 hours to complete the jobs. Everything seemed to fit and work perfectly. However, a word to the wise. If you ever replace your wall mounted LP leak detector, as you cut the old wires from the old detector make sure that you hang onto the wires to prevent them from falling back into the wall . Don't ask me how I know this Took a better part of an hour to figure out how I was going to get these wires out to the hole. There was no way I was going to start dismantling the paneling. After multiple attempts I was finally able to snag the wires with cloths hanger and pull them toward the hole

2008 GMC Duramx-2500HD 4x4 CrewCab
52 Gallon Titan Fuel Tank
Reese18K Signature Series 5th Wheel Hitch With Slider #30085
2010 Wildcat 28RKBS (West Coast Model)
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