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Old 03-19-2014, 03:04 PM   #11
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I covered mine in snow to see how I liked the look. I didn't like it, so I took it all off.

Oh, and I opened the entry door once in January.

other than that, porque-nada!


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Old 03-20-2014, 11:38 AM   #12
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Had dealer replace el cheapo bathroom vent with a Fantastic Fan & install a slide topper prior to bringing unit home the second week of Dec. I replaced all the interior lights and exterior lights with led's. Replaced exterior 751 locks with barrel locks. In the process of installing the "interior 120v water heater switch" and want to add an electrical outlet in the rear storage area where the outside kitchen would go. Will be replacing tv in living area with a larger one and moving the factory one to the bedroom. The trailer is still in storage and haven't camped in it yet. I am suffering with the camper's disease "hitch itch" and can't wait to get her out on the road.


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