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Old 06-01-2016, 11:04 AM   #7951
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That's the exact filter I installed in mine after the shoddy factory part wouldn't stay together. I just put it in place in the wet bay.

Doug, where is yours located that makes it so bad?
In my basement but behind my water bay.

Which means, to get a good enough grip on the dang thing- I have to be sitting in the basement.

Which to sit in the basement, I have to move like 3 bins of stuff, a couple of yard play things, my extra Reflectix, AND get a stool to make climbing in there possible (my floor is higher than the storage hatch door).

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Old 06-01-2016, 11:10 AM   #7952
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Clearly I don't have a water filter problem, I have a crap problem.
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Old 06-01-2016, 11:20 AM   #7953
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My 16 year old son spent nearly ten hours waxing and buffing the RV today in prep for our trip next week. It looks awesome. Best $200 I've spent. Oh, and the truck gets the same treatment tomorrow.

Looks good for a 16 year old type of job most quit after about 30 minutes....lol


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Old 06-01-2016, 11:44 AM   #7954
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Clearly I don't have a water filter problem, I have a crap problem.
But I do see where you have room for one more bin! Just label it "More Crap"
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Hard enough covering the truck and TOWTA's old junker, can't imagine handling a 5er cover and getting it up on the roof. TOWTA wants a metal roof added on to the end of the garage, but would require cutting down several trees which ain't gonna happen.

Around here you don't have to cut...the lord takes care of that.


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I would replace both bats. at the same time. Older one could hurt the new one.
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Old 06-01-2016, 02:22 PM   #7957
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My 16 year old son spent nearly ten hours waxing and buffing the RV today in prep for our trip next week. It looks awesome. Best $200 I've spent. Oh, and the truck gets the same treatment tomorrow.
that looks fantastic!!
Almost makes me want to get up and wax mine....almost
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Old 06-01-2016, 02:34 PM   #7958
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And white is still white....not pretty like the darker rv's

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White is white, but a lot cooler than the pretty dark colors!

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I removed the factory water filter and installed a water works 2 gal pressure tank with shut of valve and drain. I pressurized the system and sat back to congratulate myself and have a cup of coffee. After about 5 min I saw a drip at the 90* elbow where it meets the tank guess I should have used metal or tightened the plastic tighter (didn't want to crack the fitting) So my attaboy was wiped out by my aw crap. Starting over.
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