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Old 06-30-2013, 11:10 AM   #11
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I have an 06 30 f Cherokee that I changed all of the faucets it the factory ones squeeked so bad when you used them I bought a nice kitchen and bath faucet at our local menards and it took mabey 10 mins to change each one and boy was it worth it we even have a little more pressure

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Old 06-30-2013, 06:22 PM   #12
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Home safe and sound yesterday. Today went to Ace and got basic home faucets for kitchen and bath. Took 20 min to change both. Mucho better. Still thinking about what to do with the shower.

On a side note i took my lp tanks into town and had them filled since i was sure they must be getting low. One took 3 gal the other was still full! Used the electric and gas on hot water camping, never had to use the furnace ( first time for that) and only had fridge on gas in between stops. Did use the tv for the first time. Hooked my sons dvd player up when it was raining one day. I dont even have tv at home so we just never watch it.

Next projects: new toilet seat. Stock one is worthless.

Hank a hand towel ring in bathroom.

Are there any secrets to hanging hardware on the walls of an xlr as they are not classic stud structure?

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