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bigred1cav

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Posted: 07/11/13 11:24am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

xctraveler wrote:

roam1 wrote:

added a back porch for kayak, surfboard, bikes, and firewood

loading it soon!

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Please don't haul firewood around! It is illegal in many states now and has moved several pests into new territory causing devastation to forests. Note fires out west burning Pine forests that have been killed by Pine bark beetles and the spread of ash beetles.


completely agree. Ohio has lost most Ash trees and all Chestnuts.





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Wired the chassis batteries to the Echo charger output on my Xantrex inverter/charger.

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1989 Southwind, I changed one of the leaking rear firestone air bags.
After struggling with trying to get the air line off the bag, I found the 2 3/8s nuts on the top holding the upper bracket on. Take these off after removing the schrader valve on the airbag and the job will be easy. jack up your frame at the rear to get as much space as possible between the rearend and the frame. no more leaking bag[emoticon].

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roam1

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Posted: 07/18/13 04:29pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Parked it and rented a house on a North Carolina beach!
Surfing, fishing, kayaking, sun burning, biking all with a full flow shower!!!!

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Posted: 07/18/13 04:34pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

bigred1cav wrote:

xctraveler wrote:

roam1 wrote:

added a back porch for kayak, surfboard, bikes, and firewood

loading it soon!

[image]


Please don't haul firewood around! It is illegal in many states now and has moved several pests into new territory causing devastation to forests. Note fires out west burning Pine forests that have been killed by Pine bark beetles and the spread of ash beetles.


completely agree. Ohio has lost most Ash trees and all Chestnuts.


Ah yes, fully understand that issue. There are many occasions that it is legal to haul around within a state and I do it often to avoid the expensive camp prices!

* This post was edited 07/18/13 08:26pm by roam1 *

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Turned the A/C on and watched it sit on our driveway. It looked as if it was smiling back at me. I did not want it to feel the adverse affects of this oppressive heat.

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I had a friend slam my RV door pretty hard last trip out.
It would not operate after that (inside or outside).

So Hubby decided he would get the Sawsil Saw and saw that latch out of there
by cutting through the bolts...
Which he accomplished, 3 blades later...

However... In doing so, he also damaged my outer frame and door.
I was able to install a new latch ($130.00 I didn't have time to shop around),
which now barely fits in the hasp (?)...
as that was all bent now. So I also ordered a new one of those..

FYI... the new latches don't come with the inside latch part,
so make sure to keep that as I had to dig mine out of the garbage...

Now it is operating (not smoothly)... but I'm looking at my damaged door (scratches around the latch and trim) and I'm thinking
I would be further a head to buy a new door $$... (sad).





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Hide the batteries to his sawzall. I don't think I would ever use it to remove a latch.

zert800

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Removed the benches at the dining table and replaced with 4 chairs, rewired the stereo, and replaced the gas furnace blower motor. not too bad for one evenings work.


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Removed the vinyl wall covering above one of the bathroom sinks and installed glass tile as a backsplash.

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