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Old 09-01-2016, 05:06 PM   #8701
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I have a wolfpup 16fb and am having problems with the door lock. I saw what looks like the replacement on RV Locks and More but I don't know if it will fit my trailer. It's the title number lock.
How did you know it would fit your rv?
Sounds like the way to go if it will fit but the site doesn't list the rvs that it will fit.
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Old 09-01-2016, 06:46 PM   #8702
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I have a wolfpup 16fb and am having problems with the door lock. I saw what looks like the replacement on RV Locks and More but I don't know if it will fit my trailer. It's the title number lock.
How did you know it would fit your rv?
Sounds like the way to go if it will fit but the site doesn't list the rvs that it will fit.


Most late model travel trailer/5th wheel door locks are standardized. Motor Home locks are different depending on manufacturer & model. So, as long as the door lock your looking at is for a travel trailer then you should be ok. 👍
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Old 09-01-2016, 07:10 PM   #8703
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Old 09-01-2016, 09:49 PM   #8704
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Talking about Door locks. I purchased Keyless remote RV LOCK in white that I would like to sell. The sale sticker is for $359.95, and I have a extra key fob that was $50. I would like to sell the whole thing for $250 (I am open to offers) if anyone is interested, let me know.
I decided I didn't want two fob's on my belt after I bought them. Was hoping I could trade it for some awning poles, but did not work out.
And what I did to the RV today was clean, clean, and clean. The daughter, and son in law, and grand daughter, and grandson, are all coming from Seattle to stay with me this weekend. I just found out yesterday, when she text me and said there coming, and wants to stay in the trailer with me. We will be camping. They will arrive about 3am on Saturday morning, it is a 10 hour drive from Seattle to get here,( and they lose an hour coming over). It will be fun. The grand kids have not been here before. Hope to do some ATV riding.
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Old 09-01-2016, 11:25 PM   #8705
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With a hurricane bearing down on me I finished a mod started a few days ago.

My DW complained that when she had several items in her pantry she really couldn't see very clearly and has to use a flashlight instead of pulling everything out.

1. Pantry door.
2. NC micro switch which is depressed by the closed door.
3. Attached LED strip to inside lip with back adhesive and clear silicone.
4. Illuminated strip.
5. View from outside with LED's on.
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Old 09-02-2016, 06:36 AM   #8706
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Old 09-02-2016, 07:51 AM   #8707
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Talking about Door locks. I purchased Keyless remote RV LOCK in white that I would like to sell. The sale sticker is for $359.95, and I have a extra key fob that was $50. I would like to sell the whole thing for $250 (I am open to offers) if anyone is interested, let me know.
I decided I didn't want two fob's on my belt after I bought them.

I have the same lock and rarely ever carry/use the key fob. I just use the code on the door. It's so convenient, I'd definitely keep it.
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Old 09-02-2016, 09:25 AM   #8708
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With a hurricane bearing down on me I finished a mod started a few days ago.

My DW complained that when she had several items in her pantry she really couldn't see very clearly and has to use a flashlight instead of pulling everything out.

1. Pantry door.
2. NC micro switch which is depressed by the closed door.
3. Attached LED strip to inside lip with back adhesive and clear silicone.
4. Illuminated strip.
5. View from outside with LED's on.
Great mod! Where did you pull the 12v power from?
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Old 09-02-2016, 09:31 AM   #8709
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Great mod! Where did you pull the 12v power from?
Just below and to the left of the pantry door is the power supply/breaker box. (you can see a little of it right below and to the left of the switch in pic2) I just ran an 18ga, 2 conductor wire through the "wall" (I use that term for lack of a better one) or "wall" panel which drops in right behind it into the mess of wires the installers left. Since I have unused 12v fuse terminals, I dedicated one of them to all my LED strip mods.
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Old 09-02-2016, 11:09 AM   #8710
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Great mod! Where did you pull the 12v power from?
Because of LEDs you would be surprised how long a 12 volt lantern battery would last. For situations where there is no 12 volt power near, tuck a 12 volt lantern battery near and wire to that. I've use it for several mods and it's great. Just don't leave the door open.
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Old 09-02-2016, 01:59 PM   #8711
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Where did you find the 12vDC LED lights?
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Old 09-02-2016, 03:49 PM   #8712
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Where did you find the 12vDC LED lights?
Go on EBay or Amazon for any type of LED you want. Do a Google search for what is out there and shop the other. I get mine off EBay.

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Old 09-02-2016, 07:27 PM   #8713
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Old 09-03-2016, 02:43 PM   #8714
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Old 09-05-2016, 07:16 AM   #8715
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I sealed the top edges of the tip outs on my park model. They use channel with plastic gimp on a horizontal surface. I am pretty sure this is where the water is getting in.
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Old 09-05-2016, 07:53 AM   #8716
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When we used go on long trips I always ran 91 Octane in our 6.2, it makes a difference in power and mileage. I usually put the 91 in about 2 weeks prior to departing so the computer can start learning the new fuel. A couple years back I got an SCT Tuner and some 5 Star tunes, the latest ones they sent are quite amazing. We went on a 3 day trip running 87 octane in the rolling hills out here, I typically use manual mode for shifting and I rarely went below 5th and got almost 11 Mpg at 100kph.
Thanks. Did you find it actually cost less to run your 6.2L with 91 octane? Around here 91 octane costs at least an extra 10 cents per litre. I saw a show on tv that suggested there's almost no benefit to running higher octane gas in an engine that can run on 87 octane. Just wondering what your personal experience has been with the factory tune settings.
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Today, I finally worked up the courage to tackle the Smart Tiles I bought to install as a kitchen backsplash... Got intimidated for nothing.
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