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Old 05-04-2015, 08:48 AM   #31
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I seen a PDI form that they had checked off, But have found a few things that needed attention. I'm waiting on a new tent end and stretch net to come in for replacement.
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Old 05-04-2015, 02:18 PM   #32
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Front cabinet mod is done, went from a 16" wide to 57" wide compartment.
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Old 05-04-2015, 07:10 PM   #33
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Wow...that opens up a lot more options...nice work.


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Old 05-04-2015, 07:58 PM   #34
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Front cabinet mod is done, went from a 16" wide to 57" wide compartment.
Can you post some pics?? Would love to see the finished product =)
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Old 05-04-2015, 08:53 PM   #35
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[QUOTE=chriscowles;851492]FR may intend to keep the space clear for fire hazard reasons. Check the clearance specs in the furnace doco. Be careful. A trailer is a tinder box.QUOTE]

If they were they should have vacuumed up the 3 Lb of sawdust, wood chips and styrofoam that was under there.

Steps...be prepared to get twisted and stuck....
Remove both front cabniet doors and remove the 2 panels
Remove table and seat panels opening everything up.
Remove all the zipties and screwed wire holders.
Un-attached the GFI outlet on the far left, 2 wing screws, and untangled it pulling it out to the seating area.
The extrerior light wiring was ziptied to the waterline across the upper front.
The 110 GFI line was attached to the upper rear section of cabinet, and 12V lines ziptied to it.
Left panel was moved towards the filter gaining just a few more inches.
Right panel moved all the way to about 6" off the outside wall, covering the water line and wires.
14"x 38" (IIRC) panel (that came out of an old PopUp years ago) fit perfect blocking the furnace area.
I'll try and get pic's up tomarrow.
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Wife has 3 HD laundry bags that fit perfect, the spare little used stuff goes in 1st, and still have room for our electric heater and leftover space....
1 bag would not fit to begin with
Small gain here



Here is the big gain....Its a stretch to reach back there....note the wires up top.


I figure we went from 2.5 cu-ft to 10 cu-ft
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Awesome!
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Old 05-05-2015, 09:50 PM   #38
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Nice job vetavon. I had some time today and fixed the bath cab. Click image for larger version

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One question is adding the third party Warrenty good idea?
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One question is adding the third party Warrenty good idea?
Most will advise against it.
Many 3rd party warranties don't cover the important things. They get you in the fine print at the bottom of the page.
Did you get the $150 2nd year factory warranty?
Most issues are found in that 2 year period.
The only time I am OK with one, is when you buy used.
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Nice work, need to do the same...
I'll agree with the 2nd year extension.
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