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Old 03-11-2013, 04:46 PM   #101
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Weather broke yesterday and I was able to uncover the trailer. I got in there and installed the wood panels on the fridge, installed an internal fan inside the fridge(the external ones go in next week), put in the Winegard sensor pro tv amp with signal meter, installed the pump on my extra 26 gallon water tank. I also used the 50 amp to 15 amp adapter I purchased at home depot which was great and saved me from dragging out the heavy 50 amp cord. Then I sat in there with a glass of wine, two more weeks to real camping....hitch itch!!!lol,,,,
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Old 03-11-2013, 07:32 PM   #102
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Over the weekend I finished my sewer line storage and built my pin box hitch for bike rack. Still have to build custom bike rack and grill swing arms.
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Old 03-11-2013, 07:38 PM   #103
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Over the weekend I finished my sewer line storage and built my pin box hitch for bike rack. Still have to build custom bike rack and grill swing arms.
I like the color match detail,nice touch! Youroo!!
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Old 03-11-2013, 08:16 PM   #104
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ttrost65-i'll be real interested to see your bike rack solution. please post some pics of that as well. nice sewer line storage!
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Old 03-11-2013, 09:10 PM   #105
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ttrost65-i'll be real interested to see your bike rack solution. please post some pics of that as well. nice sewer line storage!
Will do. I used golfmediks pin box mount design, but I've designed my own bike rack that will hold 4 bikes in the forward space of 2
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Old 03-12-2013, 11:30 AM   #106
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Will do. I used golfmediks pin box mount design, but I've designed my own bike rack that will hold 4 bikes in the forward space of 2
Please post pics as my design may need some altering!
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Old 03-12-2013, 11:49 AM   #107
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camper1999 .... thats a lot of projects accomplished in one day. i feel like such a slacker.
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Old 03-12-2013, 12:29 PM   #108
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5050 LED lights installed under camper (2516g) along frame rail tied into a rf audio controller. It's plugged into our stereo so it flashes as the music plays.......very high-tech.
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Old 03-12-2013, 01:03 PM   #109
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Last weekend did the install on my Winfield Stabilizers and recieved my rotochoks, which seem to be REALLY Great.

I like the way you can tighten the Winfields after you pin them. The combination of the Winfields and the RotoChoks seem to work as well as the Steadyfast system I had in my last unit and MUCH easier to install.

I put LED's from Superbright throughout the camper. They worked pretty good, but the plug in part of the LED is a little bit thinner than the glass bulb, so I have had to spread the contact in the socket a little bit on some of them. For anyone interested, they are the WLED-WWHP15-TAC in Warm White and they are the same (or very close) to the original bulbs and a teensy bit dimmer.

Rerouted the water line from the pump to stop the annoying vibration coming from the pump. I may put a section of flexible line in there to isolate it further.

Sanitized the tank and plumbing with 100PPM chlorine.

Cleaned and converted my Superglide hitch from grease to Slip Plate graphite based lubricant (very messy but rewarding).

Replaced the battery door with a bigger one and put a couple 6 volt deep cycles in there with my 55 amp super, temperature compensated charger for VERY quick recharging when I am dry camping.

Installed the Intellijack system on my landing jacks.

Many other Misc items etc.



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Vortex II fan in the bedroom
A couple of 12 plugs in the living room
Foam in all the voids and holes with black foam.
Hardwired surge protector (Progressive)
Hardwired Inverter with auto switchover (maybe)
Many other Misc items etc.
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Old 03-12-2013, 01:13 PM   #110
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camper1999, where did you got your fridge panels and were they hard to install? I've looked for some like that and all I can find is the flat ones. Already have that.
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