Did a few mods/cleanup to the 425D pop-up last month:
- Group 27 battery to replace the dying Group 24.
- Split-loom tubing to cover/protect some of the wiring underneath.
- Pieces cut from inner tube and wrappped around wiring/water line in a couple of spots where it seemed to be rubbing against the frame.
Today I just finished a few more:
Valterra T01-0091VP gray water drain connector to adapt drain to regular garden hose:
Voltmeter installed under stereo (added bonus: blue LED matches the blue stereo lighting):
The voltmeter was thanks to ideas I saw here and on the Pop-Up Portal Forum. I was going to install it higher-up between the stereo and 120V receptacle that's close to the door opening, but it would have looked too crowded there (not to mention there's a 1x1" strip behind the panelling at that location to help support the stereo).
Replaced the too-low stock faucet with a higher one (American Standard "Cadet", model 2475F):
The faucet is actually a bar faucet, sourced at Home Depot. I wanted something higher than the tiny little 'bathroom vanity' faucet the pop-up came with, as it's a pain trying to fill pots and water bottles. I couldn't really find a detachable sprayer model that I liked (and that was in my budget). This faucet was $68 and it only took a couple of minutes to install (and yes, it still clears the floor when the galley is folded down