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  1. Hoglou
    10-11-2018 06:21 PM
    I ran the hot and cold drain lines down and back to the bumper. Got tired of standing in water when working in the bay. The reason for the screw on caps was out of ease of installation as there is no presuure on the line excepte gravity... The clear hose gets routed thur the drain hole during the water dump as a little water seems to leak out for a day or so after the drains are opened. I keep them open (and the sewer lines open with a screen) during storage..
  2. Atlanta Panther
    Hoglou...have enjoyed your tips and ideas in making my new to RV work for us. I happened to notice your suggestion on putting valves on the water drain lines. See picture:

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    I've used PEX before and just wondered why you went with screw in type fittings at the ends as opposed to just crimping the PEX on both ends of the valve. Do you think that you might need to unscrew them at some point?
  3. 125992
    10-06-2018 07:12 PM
    Hi! Do you still have a rear simulator for a Chevy 4500 that you are willing to sell? I lost one recently while driving and would like to get a replacement.

  4. bengunn57
    Hi, I've installed a 2000w inverter under the sink area of our 2300 and want to run wire to the cabinets above for easy kitchen access to electric without pulling the drawers beneath. Do you know of a way from the furnace plenum to the microwave that does not entail drilling behind the microwave?
  5. Hoglou
    05-09-2015 06:01 PM
    Sorry for the extremely late response. I have been in Germany travelling on business. I hope you r3solved the issue. I would build a wood backer to rest the patriot on. How was the trip?
  6. Vince and Charlette
    Hoglou, I have a Patriot brake controller in a 2010 Jeep Liberty. I believe this is similar to the setup you have. (I am pulling it with a 2015 Georgetown.) When the Patriot activates, it pushes deeply into the seat cushion before it adds pressure to the brake pedal. I tried raising and lowering it with and without one, two or three of the legs attached. There is a lump in the floor about where the driver's heel would be just ahead of the front of the seat. When the controller pushes back, the lump causes it to tilt the controller about 20 degrees left. Regardless of the Patriot's position, it almost looks like it is going to rip the driver's seat cushion off the seat frame. Your posts indicate you are happy with Patriot. Can you tell me how you have it configured to make it work properly? I leave this Saturday for TX from OH.

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  • About Hoglou
    Atlanta far, far west side... think Ala
    old engineer, soon to be retired professor
    grandkids, guns, and bbq
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    Hoglou the DH & BK the DW (retired and happy)
    WestGA KM4HQQ 146.640mhz
    L'IL Foot" 2014 Sunseeker 2300
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