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Old 04-13-2019, 04:30 PM   #41
Join Date: Feb 2019
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First trip out we realized the value of a cheap cordless drill and a 3/4 socket to raise/lower the stabilizers. The issue was there is no power in any storage compartments so we plugged in the trailer and ran the cord thru the fwd to today and I added the outlet in the storage area, When I pulled the false wall down in the corner I found they had left a long piece of electrical line and I used that to tie in a new outlet. Probably the easiest mod I will ever do.
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Old 04-15-2019, 07:50 AM   #42
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For cutting the diamond plate I used a shears for the long sections, oscillating tool for the outlet and a round hole saw for the vent.

For the USB I got them from Amazon

Switched out the cigarette lighter for this:

I tied into the USB charger right next to the same panel. I plan on putting 2 more single round USB chargers in the storage compartments in the back bed areas. Cant have enough!

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Old 04-16-2019, 08:59 PM   #43
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Many people seem to like hybrids. Plenty of room for the weight. I like being able to open up the canvas (vinyl) around the beds and look out and feel the breeze. We had a serious lack of storage in a smaller hybrid.

The other feature I will miss, is it was like a transformer. I slept it in turtled when solo in cold weather, some times one end out , sometimes both ends. I had the regular large table and used a much smaller one to make it easy to move around the dinette. Very adaptable.

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