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Old 03-01-2015, 11:29 PM   #241
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I've got the x chocks and have no problems with them fitting. They make a huge difference. I believe ependydad has the RotoChocks and can probably speak to them with his QBOK.
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Old 03-01-2015, 11:52 PM   #242
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I've got the x chocks and have no problems with them fitting. They make a huge difference. I believe ependydad has the RotoChocks and can probably speak to them with his QBOK.

Rotochocks for the win!
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Old 03-02-2015, 07:31 PM   #243
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Old 03-14-2015, 12:30 PM   #244
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Alright, picked the camper back up Thursday and then it rained most of the day yesterday. Looks like they got most of my warranty stuff taken care of. Think they could have tightened the main slide topper a bit more though and they used one tank of propane. Glad i took the second bottle out.
.....anyway, slow start but I'm getting everything out for "mod day". Heres my pile of materials so now i just have to start building stuff!!
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Old 03-14-2015, 03:39 PM   #245
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Just need to finsh grinding and do some painting. It will have a pin that holds it in the "in" position, i just have to buy one.
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Old 03-14-2015, 04:14 PM   #246
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Alright, picked the camper back up Thursday and then it rained most of the day yesterday. Looks like they got most of my warranty stuff taken care of. Think they could have tightened the main slide topper a bit more though and they used one tank of propane. Glad i took the second bottle out.
.....anyway, slow start but I'm getting everything out for "mod day". Heres my pile of materials so now i just have to start building stuff!!
Don't see an Awning Pole hold down kit.
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Old 03-14-2015, 04:32 PM   #247
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Don't see an Awning Pole hold down kit.
Made some last summer. Used 2"square with one side cut open and had some salvaged tie down brackets out of some truck bed, i think a tacoma or tundra. I didnt make lower brackets but i just un pin and throw on my bumper after the weekend, since we're seasonal/pernanent.

I guess i dont have a pic of it all setup though and tied down
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Old 03-14-2015, 10:35 PM   #248
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Just need to finsh grinding and do some painting. It will have a pin that holds it in the "in" position, i just have to buy one.
Looks good MillerTime! Went and checked on mine today. Hopefully will move it out sometime in the next week or so. Weather has definitely made a change for the better around here. Might even be able to take the snow blade off the tractor
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Old 03-14-2015, 11:16 PM   #249
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Thanks QcCowboy!!

Well, started on the tv mount for the basement. The grill mount was easy compared to this. I took some of the basement apart to find the reinforcements or "studs" and had to measure like crazy to figure it out. I got the mount bracket for the tv (that was a pain) all milled and made, and got the basement mount made. It will connect to the upright braces as well as the floor and the upper floor joists. I figure it needed as much strength as posible, with a, roughly 46" swing arm design for the 32" tv we had from our puma.
- i got the first swing arm attached, and cut out the others. I guess I'll try to finish it tomorrow. The garage is a mess!
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Heres my pile of materials so now i just have to start building stuff!![/QUOTE]

What's the two long "drawers" in the pic? Maybe you mentioned previously in this thread, but like OC, I'm lazy so thought I'd just ask.
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