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Old 05-14-2015, 01:55 PM   #1
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New Mods, New Stuff

Replaced the class 3 hitch on my Lexi with a class 5 Draw Tite. Didn't fully trust the class 3 with only 3 simple welds holding receiver tube on. Draw Tite has a one piece cast steel head that is fully welded around the entire tube. Rated at 1500 lbs tounge and 12,000 towing capacity.
Wife got tired of so little light in bathroom, even with an led bulb. Got a Thin Lite, surface mount that has 72 seperate led. No more complaints.
Installed a set of larger Velvac mirror heads with the built in convex lower portion.
Bought a small de-humidifer to keep in the rig when not in use. Sits in shower and drains right into shower pan.
And, my cheapie grill gave out (finally), bought a Weber Q-1000 to replace it.
New stuff list is now in the making.
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