Made pvc bike rack, fixed the broken microwave vent, replaced the bent "foot" on the 6 way level up system, charged batt for the golf cart, made a rack for the 2 RC trucks that me and my son have, had 3 more beers in the garage, aimed the dish, cant wait for winter to be OVER. Gotta get this rig on the road.
Put a gauge in the air hitch, checked the tires and greased the bearings,moved the tables to a new location for transport, changed oil on the genny, ran wire from the rear camera to the front hitch ( no more no signal on the display), lubricated slides and doors, worked on pvc bike rack, changed oil on the new 800 ranger that we are going to haul and had 3 cold beers in the garage to forget about all the snow that we still have. Can't wait to hit the road this summer.
Is anyone hauling a Polaris ranger 800 efi side by side in the back of the toy hauler? I have a 2012 Voltage 3950 looks like it might be a tight fit just want to make sure that it fits before I buy it. Let me know if you have any ideas thanks.
It looks like coax cable that you would use for your tv he just put a adapter on each en and i tied it to roof vents and things on top of the camper to see if it works and have used it for 4 weeks and it has never missed a beat. Without it it would say no signal 50 % of the time while moving and everything was jerky NOT ANY MORE!!!
I put a 50' extention cable on mine and tied the antenna to the top/ side of the front a/c and it works great no more "no signal" and slow picture even @ 80 mph on the interstate it looks clear/smooth. Got the cable from my local fried that does wiring just to give it a shot and now this winter I will run the wire under the camper and have it tied to the front of the fith-wheel hitch by the level. Have unit in sig.