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Old 07-31-2014, 10:48 PM   #1401
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Glad you got that off your chest. Lol. (And, Mr. Cheatwood was my dad. My name is David) ha. And yes. I will check 9&10 in the am. Thanks for the reminder. Wish you two were going. Hope I don't regret it. :-/

Well alrighty then *MR.* David! And goodonya for pointing out that I MISSED one tire!

Actually I even call Sneak "Mr. (insert our last name)" from time to time. As in: Yes, Mr. (last name) I'll get right ON that BLT you're craving! Would ya like a bowl of grapes peeled while I'm at it? /snark

Yeah, wish we were goin' too. (sigh)

So, on topic; what'd I do to Buffy today? Unloaded the fridge, etc. from our trip this past weekend.
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Old 07-31-2014, 10:54 PM   #1402
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I'm in the process of installing a refrigerator vent fan in the 'chimney' of the refer. I have the witch installed, I have to get up on the roof and pry the vent base off and install the fan then run the 12v wiring. Should be a breeze.....
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Old 08-01-2014, 11:52 AM   #1403
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The kids wanted to start kayaking while we traveled. I've been looking and looking for a way to carry the kayaks but not put holes into the MH. Knowing the way I wanted to carry them then limited me to connecting to the hitch, I searched the longest time to find a hitch mounted carrier which wouldn't take both an arm and a leg to purchase. Couldn't find much so decided to create my own. Went with an extend-a-bed with a couple of mini b - ball hoops and a couple crossbars. All came to less than $150. Boats traveled great on our maiden excursion.
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Old 08-01-2014, 12:19 PM   #1404
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Sportracker: Good job. This is exactly what I plan on doing, after I sell my tandem.

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Old 08-01-2014, 03:08 PM   #1405
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The kids wanted to start kayaking while we traveled. I've been looking and looking for a way to carry the kayaks but not put holes into the MH. Knowing the way I wanted to carry them then limited me to connecting to the hitch, I searched the longest time to find a hitch mounted carrier which wouldn't take both an arm and a leg to purchase. Couldn't find much so decided to create my own. Went with an extend-a-bed with a couple of mini b - ball hoops and a couple crossbars. All came to less than $150. Boats traveled great on our maiden excursion.

Nice job & budget!


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Old 08-02-2014, 04:28 AM   #1406
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Aired up the TT tires to 45 PSI, added TPMS 507 to TT & TV. Had to add valve stem extenders to TT tires as base of sensor/transmitter was too short for adequate seal. Couldn't find any extenders that locked so hope no one steals the sensors. So far readings are +/- 0.5 degrees different than digital tire pressure gauge.
Will install sensors on inner wheels of dually when I have a little more time. A little disappointed that I will need to remove sensors to add air to truck as the stems with sensors are long and don't allow enough room for air hose to connect.


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Old 08-02-2014, 09:24 PM   #1407
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Completed the repair on the rotten spot on the slide out floor last weekend. I was able to start on the cabinet and the base for the futon. This is a follow post from an earlier one where I posted that I'm turning my slide out area in to bunk section in my rear living 5ER Click image for larger version

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Old 08-02-2014, 09:33 PM   #1408
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I'm in the process of installing a refrigerator vent fan in the 'chimney' of the refer. I have the witch installed, I have to get up on the roof and pry the vent base off and install the fan then run the 12v wiring. Should be a breeze.....
Which "witch" did you install? It wasn't Samantha, was it?





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Old 08-03-2014, 10:53 AM   #1409
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Completed the repair on the rotten spot on the slide out floor last weekend. I was able to start on the cabinet and the base for the futon. This is a follow post from an earlier one where I posted that I'm turning my slide out area in to bunk section in my rear living 5ER Attachment 59558Attachment 59559Attachment 59560Attachment 59561Attachment 59562


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Old 08-03-2014, 05:22 PM   #1410
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