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lfeather

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Posted: 06/04/09 11:16am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Installed a filter and spicket for drinking water and upgraded the whole-house filter. Used a Doulton ceramic/carbon block filter for drinking water.


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Washed and polished my coach..... I didn't do it..... had a detailing shop do it. They put 4 guys on it.... did it in 3 1/2 hours..... good job..... used Meguiars polish....$160.00 total job. Looks like a brand new coach.

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BeaverBoy wrote:

Added six high intensity LED street pod lights to my Girad awning. installation took some effort to hide all wires and get power into the coach but it turned out looking like the factory installed it. I am very pleased with the amount of patio light I now have and it only pulls just over one amp. We do mostly dry camping so this is a great addition. These can be found at www.streetilluzionz.com there are a high quality billet aluminum housing light.
Next I am thinking about adding some more of these for docking lights.


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Replaced my house batteries last week and went out this morning to see if the new batteries were holding a charge. Funny thing how my dealer checked everything out and didn't find any problems, but both of the old batteries had at least one dead cell.


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We pulled our driver's side dual pane window out for our son to replace for us (he works at a commercial glass company).... so right now it's taped up with plastic and cardboard and duct tape! We look like hillbillies.. heh heh

Then we bought two gaskets for the air conditioners, as one was dripping a bit, so that is next on the docket.

Loaded up all the clean bedding, towels and clothes from the last 10 days out, ready for the next trip!


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Posted: 06/04/09 12:56pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

becker wrote:

Washed and polished my coach..... I didn't do it..... had a detailing shop do it. They put 4 guys on it.... did it in 3 1/2 hours..... good job..... used Meguiars polish....$160.00 total job. Looks like a brand new coach.

Becker


I wish I could find someone to wax/polish my coach for that little!! Up here you pay a couple hundred plus for just a car Needless to say I am too cheap to pay someone that much!! I save the $$ for things I can't do and need to pay someone to do I guess such as the alignment. Which I might add isnt near as exciting as having a shiny new looking coach!!


Tony2

I just looked back and noticed you have a 42 footer......Great Deal on Wax/Polish!!


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Let's see... replaced #6 ignition coil, changed the oil (both engine and gen), replaced windshield wipers, caulked around bath room vanity... getting ready for trip to Texas next week.

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I took the motorhome out and filled up with diesel.
The price was $2.19 per gallon so I decided to do it now.
Flying J where I normally fill up is at $2.41 per gallon.


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Posted: 06/04/09 01:23pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Finished unloading it from out Yellowstone trip we just got back from. Washed it, cleaned inside and out. And fixed the black tank flush hose attachment. (Factory mis-threaded the connection and it leaked water while under pressure.) Put that one on a "'ll fix it later list" about two years ago. Even cleaned out the service bay while I was at it. Looks new!


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Posted: 06/04/09 01:32pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Thought about it perhaps 100 times. Sigh. It is sitting now and probably will sit until Sept rolls around and we head west again chasing birds until next March. Summer sucks. One of these days, I'll take it for a run just to keep eveything exeercised in what is for me the off-season.


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