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Old 04-10-2012, 10:16 PM   #41
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Old 04-10-2012, 11:04 PM   #42
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1. Blackout shades on door and windows in bedroom:


2. Oxygenics shower head:

3. Screen door cross bar:
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Old 04-10-2012, 11:27 PM   #43
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1.Stove ignitors mod.
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3.Home built JT style stablizers with rachets.
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Old 04-10-2012, 11:37 PM   #44
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kamp k: like your blackout shades. Where did you get them? We've been pondering something attached with velcro or snaps. Have read about pull-down blind but there are lots of reports about really short lifespans. These must be the rollup type and it looks like yours is a roman shade type.

When the sun comes up in the morning, it's like someone is shining a searchlight through our window. Blacking out our door window is our next priority.
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Old 04-10-2012, 11:52 PM   #45
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kamp k: like your blackout shades. Where did you get them? We've been pondering something attached with velcro or snaps. Have read about pull-down blind but there are lots of reports about really short lifespans. These must be the rollup type and it looks like yours is a roman shade type.

When the sun comes up in the morning, it's like someone is shining a searchlight through our window. Blacking out our door window is our next priority.
Number 1 priority was being able to block out ALL light coming into the bedroom. Nothing we hate worse than being woken up earlier in the AM than we want to by sunlight or not being able to go to sleep at night because of the neighbors runway lights shining in the bedroom lol. DW picked up these shades at Walmart for like $5 bucks. I think they are called Easy Lift shades and they have a peel and stick application. She bought two and that was enough shade material to do the front and rear door windows and the two side windows in the bedroom. Not bad for $10 bucks.
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Old 04-11-2012, 01:23 PM   #46
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My recent mods are:

1. LED marker lights
2. GE flush mount key rack (minor mod but oh so useful)
3. Power tongue jack
4. Remote controlled LED strip light under edge of awning (really bright!)
5. TV antenna signal booster

TODO before the season starts (May 11th for me!)

1. New LED tail lights. One of mine is broken, so it's upgrade time!
2. Back up camera. Already partially done. Just waiting for the lights (#1) so that I don't need to remove one of them twice.
3. Move the spare tire to one side, to allow for the camera.
4. Netgear WRT-54GL router running DD-WRT with external antenna to allow for better WiFi coverage.
5. Satellite dish mount (still working this one out)
6. Lil Stanker holding tank fan.
7. Possibly a second battery box and battery, in case I decide to dry camp somewhere.
8. New oxygenics shower head.
9. Etc, etc

Lots of work to be done over the next few weeks.
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Old 04-11-2012, 10:17 PM   #47
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Old 04-12-2012, 05:41 PM   #48
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My recent mods are:

1. LED marker lights
2. GE flush mount key rack (minor mod but oh so useful)
3. Power tongue jack
4. Remote controlled LED strip light under edge of awning (really bright!)
5. TV antenna signal booster

TODO before the season starts (May 11th for me!)

1. New LED tail lights. One of mine is broken, so it's upgrade time!
2. Back up camera. Already partially done. Just waiting for the lights (#1) so that I don't need to remove one of them twice.
3. Move the spare tire to one side, to allow for the camera.
4. Netgear WRT-54GL router running DD-WRT with external antenna to allow for better WiFi coverage.
5. Satellite dish mount (still working this one out)
6. Lil Stanker holding tank fan.
7. Possibly a second battery box and battery, in case I decide to dry camp somewhere.
8. New oxygenics shower head.
9. Etc, etc


Lots of work to be done over the next few weeks.


How did you mount your led strip lights. I just ordered a set and was trying to decide how to mount them. Do you have any pics?
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Old 04-19-2012, 01:51 PM   #49
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3. Screen door cross bar:
Can I ask what this is for?
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Old 04-19-2012, 01:58 PM   #50
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I have one on my trailer too, however I installed it a bit lower on the screen door. I have children so they use to open and close the door without having to push out on the screen and damage it. Also is useful in closing the screen door. I love it.

If I did not have kids, not sure if I would have it or not, but with kids, it saves the screen material.
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