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Old 07-11-2016, 09:06 PM   #8351
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Not really the trailer, but I added side step rails so the wife can get in the truck and some extendable tow mirrors.

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Have you looked at all the goodies coming on the 2017 SuperDs? They are even offering the massaging seats that are on the 2016 150 Platinum's!.
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Old 07-11-2016, 09:26 PM   #8352
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This past Saturday my wife and I started cleaning out our Windjammer and installed a 30A EMS from Progressive.
Where did you mount the display? I'm thinking of getting an Ultra V and have been thinking about where to mount it. So far, best option seems to be above the fuse box.
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Old 07-12-2016, 05:28 AM   #8353
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Replaced the Maxxis 8008 load range E Tires with Maxxis 8008 load range E tires,5 years it was Time! No issues or flats,landscaper ask for them at the Tire shop,they are Back on the Road! Youroo!!
That's a good testament for Maxxis, looking at your old tires I never would have guessed they where 5 years old. Did they show any weather cracking or anything?
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Old 07-12-2016, 06:06 AM   #8354
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That's a good testament for Maxxis, looking at your old tires I never would have guessed they where 5 years old. Did they show any weather cracking or anything?
Yes they showed very small Cracks between the tread,they had lots of tread depth! NO cracks at the Rim area or Sidewall like most develop! These were Born 3 month's ago! The Tire dealer said they were still "Breast Feeding" them they were so New! Youroo!!
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Old 07-12-2016, 03:50 PM   #8355
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Dream Dinette installed

Started this earlier but finished it today.

Adding the Dream Dinette mechanism to our camper table and other stuff as the project went along.

Pic 01) Removed everything from dinette slide out.
Pic 02) Taped off wall area I didn't want to get contact cement on and DW says, this carpet and padding sucks. Needs to go.
Pic 03) Bare to the floor.
Pic 04) Fitting the new carpet and padding.
Pic 05) Had carpet bordered after cutting and attached Dream Dinette mechanism to wall.
Pic 06) DD mechanism attached.
Pic 07) Putting stuff back.
Pic 08) Added table top.
Pic 09) All finished.
Pic 10) All finished 2.

Now the DW wants me to replace the rest of the carpet.
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Looks nice! A lot of work.

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Old 07-12-2016, 07:17 PM   #8357
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I had something fall and break one of the ornate glass panels in the door left of the TV. I can't match the glass pattern anymore so I decided to put smoked plexiglas in both doors so they'd match.

This is what it looked like originally. Too bad!

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Although, with the smoked plexiglas, it matches the upper glass doors and you'd never know it wasn't supposed to be that way. This is an after picture.

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Looks better!

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Lost power in the middle of the afternoon. It was hot out - 91* and humidity to match.
The 30 amp breaker at the pedestal tripped. Reset it and the EMS checked out fine so I reconnected.

No power. . .uh oh!!!

Checked breakers in camper, none tripped. Reset them all anyway. Still nothing.

Disconnected twist lock from trailer and the black terminal was melted!

Went to Menards and got a replacement (which, FYI, are NOT in the RV plug/adapter/cord section - they are in with the regular plugs).

Replaced the plug with no issues, bit getting that $-#+#% black screw-on fastener ring back in place took me 20 minutes.

3 hours after replacement, all is good. Oh, and I did remove/inspect the trailer side of the connection and no damage there.

Me thinks we got lucky that there wasn't any further damage. . .
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