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Old 05-03-2016, 07:32 AM   #11
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Battery Box and Trimetric Charge Control Lock Change

I added a Harbor Freight Tongue box, added a charge controller and moniotor, and changed out all the locks on my Roo, Global Link Locks and Keys | RV Door Locks & Keys | RV Locks & Keys

Now 1 key opens everything on my Roo, including the tool box. Better yet, it isn't the same key you all have.

I also added a second spare tire carrier to the bumper. Now that I've upgraded my tires to load range D, rated for 81 mph, I hope to never use either spare, but you never know.

I put a rain overhang made from 2" flashing to keep the water out of my bunk ends.

I put a folding extension handle on the door to help the DW get up and down the stairs.

O.K. I didn't get this all done in one day.

2009 Roo 21ss + 2007 Superduty 6.0
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Old 05-03-2016, 08:42 AM   #12
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We used the Canvas Hanger too. Only issue the stuff fell out during travel. DW had to put everything back in when we arrived at destination. We would love to find away to attached a netting to the front of it. Good luck.

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