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Old 06-19-2014, 08:35 PM   #981
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I just received the Voyager WVOS713 Wireless Camera. Let me tell you this camera is worth every penny I paid. I was able to drive down the road over 1,300 feet and the camera was sitting behind my house and it had a very strong signal that was crystal clear. You really get what you pay for. The camera sells for around $800 but I paid $632 through Amazon. I research most of the cameras out there and there are many issues on all of them. Why does anyone want to waste their money on those cameras. Anyway I am proof on what this camera does .
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Old 06-19-2014, 08:38 PM   #982
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I used US Air Force 550 cord from arm to arm in FL until I got the de-flappers modified. The cord worked great. All you need is to control the ends.

Good to hear. I carry a two 50' hunks of rope with me generally. I didn't even think of going to the arms - just over and down to the ground.
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Old 06-19-2014, 08:42 PM   #983
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I wouldn't charge you, you're my friend!
Yeahbut the pole fittings are quality engineered items - you really need to buy a set - supports OC's TV gas budget
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Old 06-19-2014, 08:43 PM   #984
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...I just haven't done it yet. Maybe next week...
And maybe the sun will shine @ midnight tonight in NC.
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Old 06-19-2014, 08:50 PM   #985
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Just assembled my king pin stabilizer. Got a great deal but is it much use on a Reese Sidewinder hitch with the pivot point on the chassis. Anyone using one?
Don't see how it would be any good unless it was installed back at the pin box pivot bolt unless the Sidewinder is not activated.
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Old 06-20-2014, 06:46 AM   #986
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And maybe the sun will shine @ midnight tonight in NC.
LOL, you're likely right.
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Old 06-20-2014, 10:16 AM   #987
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Herk has pictures of what he did that I duplicated on mine.
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Old 06-20-2014, 06:44 PM   #988
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OK I did The Anderson leveler mod (to fit between dual axels) My way was not NEARLY as easy as OC (who happens to own a band saw) At least I had a dremel with cutting wheels

O.M.G. It was HOT today at 9 AM it was 86 and 75% Humidity - even with a shop fan going the garage was steamy!
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Old 06-20-2014, 06:46 PM   #989
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It is now almost noon (93 and 85% Humidity) and I simply could not stand the fact that OC had a Solar light mod on his flagpole and I did not!

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Old 06-20-2014, 06:56 PM   #990
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Looked at it and wished I was camping
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Old 06-20-2014, 07:15 PM   #991
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It is now almost noon (93 and 85% Humidity) and I simply could not stand the fact that OC had a Solar light mod on his flagpole and I did not!...
Sorry Charlie, mine is not solar, it's 12 volt and has a dusk to dawn switch to turn it on/off automatically. Same as my awning lights do.

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Old 06-20-2014, 07:43 PM   #992
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Not what I did *to* it, but what I did "about it";

Called the dealer to check on progress.

EVERY item on my list (many of which were pure nitpicky) are done except they're waiting on the new wall clock...hey, it didn't keep time! Ever priced a new one at CW?....and the frame and window above the stairs to arrive from the factory.

(the window frame was warped and caused the window to crack in two places, two vertical cracks all the way from top to bottom...knew it was warped cuz it won't open more than 2") Yeah, it was mostly likely there when we got the PDI, but how many of you check that tiny little window up by the ceiling? They didn't question it...just ordered a whole new window.

We told 'em we didn't need it back 'til July 1st (carried it in the weekend after Memorial Day) but dang our back yard looks HUGE and empty without it sittin' out there...ready to bring 'er home.
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Old 06-20-2014, 08:19 PM   #993
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Sorry Charlie, mine is not solar, it's 12 volt and has a dusk to dawn switch to turn it on/off automatically. Same as my awning lights do.

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After first glance at the pic, I thought that's what I do when I drink too much coffee.
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Old 06-20-2014, 09:01 PM   #994
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Sorry Charlie, mine is not solar, it's 12 volt and has a dusk to dawn switch to turn it on/off automatically. Same as my awning lights do.

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AIEEEEEE! I bow to your Mod Greatness! (But mine is Dusk to dawn as well )
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Old 06-20-2014, 09:05 PM   #995
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Sorry Charlie, mine is not solar, it's 12 volt and has a dusk to dawn switch to turn it on/off automatically. Same as my awning lights do.

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Yeah OK..keep making work for yourself my friend ...Added to bucket list
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Old 06-21-2014, 12:41 AM   #996
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Placed 5x7 photos of my family's camping trips that we have taken since 2001. Bought the 5x7 plastic frames and hung them upside down on the ledge on top of the slide. Also put some on the outside of the cabinet doors. The photos tucked behind the cabinet door trim. It makes it seem a lot more like home. Also got two folding sawhorses for Father's Day to set the grill on. Mounted the TV and bought some more storage containers. Hung a key rack inside and a key rack for the awning clamps in the front storage area.
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Old 06-21-2014, 05:16 AM   #997
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I will say- not using Coot's self-storing mounts made it impossible to retract the awning during high winds (i.e. the middle of the storm). I didn't want the awning unprotected while we were retracting it.

If I had the poles self-storing, I could have had my wife and I each at a pole with my daughter running the switch (or for those folks who have done f1000Turbo's remote mod- used that). The problem for us, the camper/awning is too tall once it is in to take the poles down.



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When closing on windy days we have someone holdin each pole in the locked position.
I also use deflappers and bungy them to the arms.

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three section Pole? They're shorter in overall length when closed

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Old 06-21-2014, 04:47 PM   #998
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Got out the ladder, cleaning solutions, brushes, hose and cleaned the top of my Fifthwheel. Cleaned it last year, not to bad this time, will be ok till September when I will clean and reseal. Ounce of prevention worth all the effort.
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Old 06-21-2014, 10:43 PM   #999
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If you get the garage door track with the angle riveted on it, you have to take the track off and put the angle down so the rounded part of the track is down so you can screw the angle down to the floor. You would have to use carriage bolts to attach the angle so the bolt heads don't interfere with the rollers. You also have to be able to anchor the rollers so they don't tip. If you can anchor the rollers to the plywood, you should be able to do it. I welded the track and made the frame out of 1-1/2" x 1/8" angle and welded everything. Here are pictures of Glenn Jurcyzk's rack.

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Yesterday I modified the fridge fan removed the ultra noisy one and replaced with 2 quiet ones with more cfm. Made a aluminum flashing to cover the wood chimney they had supplied. Went to replace the water pump, dealer jammed and covered under warranty, so I did it. I found the coax for the antenna was all cut up and taped, repaired this now the antenna works better. Also checked the water filter. Maybe I have a different type but it is as tight when I installed it in April.

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