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Old 04-13-2014, 09:24 AM   #18171
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Most likely a soft tissue infection. Still waiting on a couple test results.
I know the feeling AquaMan. I had staph infection in my knee area in 2011. The doc went in clean it out and put a drainage tube in for a week. Plus 3 days in the hospital. It just sucks!
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Old 04-13-2014, 09:37 AM   #18172
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Get well Timmy! It just looks painful!
Mackman, what a beautiful rig! I will have to look up that one! 42' huh? Wow!! You temp spot looks perfect, before heading south!
Turbs, your to do list just wears me out! Need more coffee....too many beers last nite!
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Old 04-13-2014, 09:41 AM   #18173
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RVC that is why they call those a to do lists and not to done lists because he can make it look good on a list but that doesn't mean he will ever get it all done.

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Old 04-13-2014, 09:44 AM   #18174
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Ms Amy cleaned the inside of the camper top to bottom while I dewinterized outside.
Flushed antifreeze out then added my bleach and let sit all day then reflushed system.
WAY to windy to wash exterior and roof today as well as reinstall max air over bedroom vent fan I installed last fall.
Wanted to install new awning lights today with dusk to dawn switch but again to windy.
Installed new water filter and put anode rod in wh and filled to make sure it worked.
Ran the a/c and furnace to verify operation.

Soooo to do list is as follows.

Wash camper and roof.
Install pressure tanks for water system.
Install awning lights.
Grease wheel bearings.
Reinstall max air vent.
Im sure there's more.



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Today is hitch work, (I think I can get a better pull out of it)
I'm afraid to do the water systems yet......... the next 2 nights they're calling for low to mid 20's....... think I'll wIt till next weekend.
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Old 04-13-2014, 12:04 PM   #18175
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Today is hitch work, (I think I can get a better pull out of it)
I'm afraid to do the water systems yet......... the next 2 nights they're calling for low to mid 20's....... think I'll wIt till next weekend.
Lol I hear ya.
78 yesterday and a possibility of snow flurries tomorrow.
Oh lord.....

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Old 04-13-2014, 12:11 PM   #18176
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RVC that is why they call those a to do lists and not to done lists because he can make it look good on a list but that doesn't mean he will ever get it all done.

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Aaahhhh I get it!
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Hey mackman....do you have a tripod for your 5er? We have the Lippert Level Up system, and it made an amazing difference in the stability of the rig, but when we added the tripod, you can not feel the rig move when someone is walking around! Just thought I would let you know how nice it is.
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Hey mackman....do you have a tripod for your 5er? We have the Lippert Level Up system, and it made an amazing difference in the stability of the rig, but when we added the tripod, you can not feel the rig move when someone is walking around! Just thought I would let you know how nice it is.
I don't have a tripod. I do have extra stabilizers that go on the frame that can be removed in a few minutes that take out pretty much all the side to side movement and I have between the wheel X chocks that are great for the front to back movement. We had 40 MPH winds last night and barely felt it. I am very happy with the stability of the rig. Much better than my old TT.

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Afternoon Phrogs !!
Busy day,.... Wash'n wax the Ram,and DW's car.first mow of weeds,pick up a truck load of sticks n small limbs. Some 2-3 large limbs still to go,will need to fire up the saw.
Been customizing the Ram,window tint last wk,new tool boxes yesterday. 2" level kit/with 4 new shocks,on order. Then wheels n tires. Think I'll do something a little different,lots of trucks , and cars with black wheels now, so... Thinking old school, white wagon spoke wheels. Not going much taller,but going from 7.5" factory width,to 10" wide, should beef it up some.
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