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Old 01-24-2010, 02:28 PM   #1
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Thumbs up So you want some mod ideas?

Check out our list... it may give you some ideas! Feel free to duplicate the mods if you like them... http://rvroadtrip.us/mods.asp.

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Old 01-24-2010, 04:28 PM   #2
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neat stuff you did
i added pneumatic tires o to our blue honey pot as well, sure makes its smoother toting poopie to the dumpy station
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Old 01-24-2010, 09:11 PM   #3
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Sweet mods. A couple of those were already on my list to be done before summer, now I can add a couple more.
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Old 01-25-2010, 09:09 PM   #4
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Also, how did you cut out your dinette access door? I have a u shaped dinette and want to cut 2 doors out, but dont want them to look tacky and dont want to pull everything apart to try and make clean cuts. I have a rotozip, but it isnt easy to make straight cuts with. I am also thinking of doing 2 under the queen bed far easier access there.
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Old 01-26-2010, 08:22 AM   #5
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Also, how did you cut out your dinette access door? I have a u shaped dinette and want to cut 2 doors out, but dont want them to look tacky and dont want to pull everything apart to try and make clean cuts. I have a rotozip, but it isnt easy to make straight cuts with. I am also thinking of doing 2 under the queen bed far easier access there.
I have an 18v reciprocating saw. I just drew the outline, took my time, and cut it out. It wasn't perfect but to just look at it, you'd never notice.
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Thanks for the info on the LED lights on your site Jerry. I found the seller on Ebay and against my instincts (since I got badly taken on Ebay with their and Paypal's help several years ago) I ordered two of them. At least I will only be out $20 if it doesn't work out. I will be changing over to all LED with our rig as we love to dry camp and if these lights look good I will be buying more of them for the other fixtures where they will work. I'm still looking for good replacement LED bulbs for the recessed halogen bulbs that are so prolific in our rig but as of yet I can only manage to get the covers loose on about half of them anyway.
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