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RE: Corner tie down repair

click My Forums top of page under your user name, then in the navigation bar .. Buddy List|My Preferences|My Profile|My RV Details|Private Messages |My Posts|Block Members|Hide Forums click My Preferences, half way down the page under general preference are some check boxes , one of them is Show images that are part of posts ( not recommended for dial-up users ) ensure its checked. While your there adding your truck and camper a good idea for your signature-then when making posts folks could look to see what set up you have for a more appropriate answer/suggestion etc Yes not seeing pictures would make it harder :)
AnEv942 07/30/14 05:04pm Truck Campers
RE: Corner tie down repair

A quick look at couple of older threads-probably similar specifically Ralphs an 01 lance and Jefes '98 https://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/27203635.cfm https://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/27553842.cfm
AnEv942 07/30/14 03:00pm Truck Campers
RE: Leaking window under Cab Over

Yes I think thats what I would try, adding drip rail, if our window leaked. It doesn't and looking I don't understand how or why it doesn't. That said the flexible stick on or the screw on eyebrow or drip rail. The screw on eyebrows protrude a bit more from wall. If that didn't work Id make a vinyl exterior curtain, snap or velcro, problem is we use our front slider daily so it would be figuring a way to open (added curtain) when camper loaded. screw on eyebrows http://www.vintagetrailersupply.com/Drip_Cap_p/vts-515.htm http://www.randgsupply.com/Warehouse/Doors/exterioroutswing/dripcaps.htm
AnEv942 07/30/14 11:39am Truck Campers
RE: 1121 Lance Tip Out Sag, starting the job

No its not impossible. I am puzzled why sometimes your able to and other times not- Again use the image button to paste the picture address. You can also use the preview button to see if it worked before posting...
AnEv942 07/30/14 11:28am Truck Campers
RE: circuit breaker door

Well just a wild guess-dont know what you have-assuming. There are a lot of different inverters, assuming fuse panel is in there. Ours uses the small twist to lock latches, Best Converter has then. Same as whats used on the refer exterior panel.
AnEv942 07/30/14 10:18am Truck Campers
RE: TCS with Solar - Rooftop or Portable

You're right, I drifted. Installing a PSW inverter made the microwave work fine. Then I found I didn't use the microwave very much at all anyhow so I removed it. I kept the PSW inverter. Clear as mud? Thats what I assumed, Just had me all but rolling on the floor when I originally read.
AnEv942 07/29/14 09:26pm Truck Campers
RE: TCS with Solar - Rooftop or Portable

Drifting a bit off topic but you lost me geewizard.. Microwave didn't want to work on MSW inverter, so you install a PSW. Which solved your problem- installing the PSW or removing the microwave? That folding panel is very interesting, the compactness & security for storing. Hmm why is convenience so expensive. But as an addon just seems more could be gained. I set our solar panel up with the intension of adding another panle. But the single generally meets our needs so it moved down the list- but faster recoup times or more amps in would be nice. Because it would have to go toward front of roof-which we at least try to nose in a bit where we can to partially shade camper. That suitcase just offers some intriguing possibilities, no install, set in the sun- track, especially winter. But in regards to OP- roof install-its always there, always working. Especially considering the possible needed panels, I wouldnt want to be setting up 200-300 watts worth of panels...
AnEv942 07/29/14 07:58pm Truck Campers
RE: 1995 Lance Squire Water Heater Question :::

Relieve the pressure before lighting the heater? Never heard that before, wonder what the reasoning is. To ensure an air gap, to check its function? Every time I mess with the relief-it leaks. If you do change it out would be a good time to flush tank. Oh you said air relief-I assumed the pressure/temp relief valve
AnEv942 07/28/14 01:19pm Truck Campers
RE: Arctic Fox 860 Boiled the batteries?

Could be anything-need to check battery voltages. Should have disconnected the batteries, if only one dumped good one feeding it, they both will be dead. Thats what ours did, one of two batteries dumped a cell, solar controller sensed low voltage went into perpetual charge mode.
AnEv942 07/28/14 09:42am Truck Campers
RE: cablectv connection

The camp site we were at last night offered 74 different cable channels. Sadly we couldn't get any of them as we couldn't find the cable connection. Had a brand new coaxial cable ready too.:-/ 2013 Adventurer 89RB. BG Um you could have, or next time, simply run the coax thru a window-connect direct to your tv. If your antenna connection is as pictured like Hedges, even IF you had an external connection plate, unless its connected to the inside plate you wouldn't receive any signal. Might be worthwhile to get access to the backside of inside antenna connection - if there is no wire connected to the cable-in connection, finding the external connection (if you had one) mute until you run some coax.
AnEv942 07/28/14 08:53am Truck Campers
RE: Has anyone replaced a bedroom privacy curtain?

Could you transfer sliders to new curtain? Id have to look seems ours are on pre-sewn header. a quick search rv privacy curtain hardware or tracks http://www.shoprvparts.com/category/1076/curtain-tracks-hardware.html http://www.curtain-tracks.com/hardware/accessories/carriers-glides Edit: being a 2014 wonder if AF could supply?
AnEv942 07/27/14 08:55pm Truck Campers
RE: Fantastic fan

$1250!? What? Sticker shock...did you think they were free? kidding..model number
AnEv942 07/27/14 07:51pm Truck Campers
RE: Parking the camper

Mostly for stability-more contact with the ground. We only set up extended stay when off loaded or I dont trust the ground squirrels ceiling. http://i39.photobucket.com/albums/e178/AnEv942/ourelkhorn/jackstab6.jpg width=640 We use some very old Reese aluminum stands (not the camcos-too short for ours) and few pieces of wood for base & top, with a full 2x4 across the front. Just snugged up, used in conjunction with the jacks, offers a lot more support. They do make camper rock steady. But generally just the simple home made copies of Torklift wobble stoppers made a world of difference. Which I had set both up at same time. Had I known how much the jack stabilizers would stop the 'wiggle' I probably wouldn't have messed with the stands, but glad I had when camped in moab sand and the wind picked up to the point I couldnt load. The T/L is an option, Id still want to see a larger foot print on ground. That McCoy is also a really nice looking bracket, again depending where you camp is foot print..I would add some kind of spreader. Only thing I would add is they supplement the jacks, most of the load is still on them.
AnEv942 07/27/14 07:48pm Truck Campers
RE: Fantastic fan

Well 1st you need to decide what features you want (or can do without) Rain switch thermostst remote & all that. At min Id reccomend one with a reversble motor. Once you have a modle number search that.. Oh its Fantastic Vent, not fan, might be easier searching:) . www.fantasticvent.com I think ours is a 4000r 3 speed reversible (in/-/out)/manual lift. (noted p/n change, 1250 now). when we got ours adventurerv.net had the best price but that always changes.
AnEv942 07/27/14 06:21pm Truck Campers
RE: Lance bumper step

I dont have source but there are RV salvage yards might also check. Seems last time I looked prices for them were rather high.
AnEv942 07/27/14 01:54pm Truck Campers
RE: Replacement covers for Fastgun locks?

Though it would be difficult, but 'could' happen, maybe, but I've always looked at the locks more to ensure the fastguns don't become disengaged, and or one step to ensure I have closed. Suppose a lynch pin would work to that end. Our step also uses the pin locks. All our caps the lanyard have broke, finally misplaced? one of the caps. I hadn't pursued because, one, I couldn't find source but also assumed new one would also break. I put lanyards on the locks themselves, never thought about making for the caps.
AnEv942 07/27/14 01:00pm Truck Campers
RE: cablectv connection

A lot of private campgrounds/ koas etcs, private park have cable access. Usually limited in whats being output over wires both in selection & quality. Often not worth the time hooking up, but no box required. Still odd- even if not used, for the few dollars it would cost to add external connection when built verses the effort to add later.
AnEv942 07/27/14 10:34am Truck Campers
RE: Older Lance Squire Shower Plunger Will Not Stay Up!!!?

Im unsure what the white tubing is. Pex tube does come in various colors. Ours are red on hot,white on cold. Local hardware had red & blue. Reading the tube identical ratings. Most hardwares including Ace/Home Depot etc sell the pex tubing and fittings. I picked up tube locally 5' for $3. Because it pretty easy to come by I'd redo in (if needed) with Pex. If redoin system buying the tool to crimp on the fittings, $30 I think, verse using compression fittings would save in the long run.
AnEv942 07/27/14 09:58am Truck Campers
RE: Fantastic fan

Yes replace a current vent. As too installation. Contrary to their instructions especially if 'rubber' roof- don't use the included foam gasket and dont use silicone to caulk. Use butyl tape and appropriate caulk for roof material.
AnEv942 07/26/14 11:04pm Truck Campers
RE: Older Lance Squire Shower Plunger Will Not Stay Up!!!?

Warning Will Robertson... Yes ours was like that, I cut a sliver of pvc pipe, just a tad lower than diverter when up, Cut a notch so it would slip under. Danger comes in the fact though it worked for years (14) it finally broke the stem. Then you get to change the faucet... Edit: On my replacement thread the 1st picture, on the sink in corner is the lil diverter holder open toola mathingi..thread
AnEv942 07/26/14 10:55pm Truck Campers
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