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RE: Couch to recliners

We have replaced all the furniture in ours over the years. Added a third captain's seat and two Lazyboy recliners, a desk and a small chest of drawers. Easiest was the slide side as you can just run it out to get underneath to get to the bolts. The other side you need to reach/crawl into the basement compartments. Leave all the seat belts in place-you'll need them over time. Be certain you bolt/screw things back down one way or another. We left the recliners loose, and just use the seat belts to hold them down when traveling.
SageCrispin 08/26/19 07:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Lippert jacks Damon Challenger junction location

I forgot about that sensor. Mine is quite far forward of center, on the roof of a compartment as you said. Will look there for cable terminations. Thanks!
SageCrispin 04/06/19 09:08am Class A Motorhomes
Lippert jacks Damon Challenger junction location

Hi all, We have a Lippert hydraulic jack system which seems to be unique to the Damon line. It has been intermittent over the years. Right now I am trying to find the junction box or panel that is shown in the wiring diagram. The dash control panel cable and the pump/valve harnesses come together at that panel, but darned if I can find it. It looks like I am going to have to pull my dash to trace the wires, but I didn't know if anyone knew for sure where that junction is located. Thanks.
SageCrispin 04/05/19 12:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Finally......a good way to carry extra gas (mod)!

From a practical, day to day aspect, I think the tank exposed to bright, direct sun is something that makes the rear bumper less desirable. I've always done what I can to keep spare gas in the shade. It's another reason that I have always questioned the "required" red color-certainly not very reflective. This leads to venting. My off-the-shelf cans are sealed in transport. Lots of pressure build up on the way back from the gas station since the gas from the ground tanks always heats up in the can. Of course, once you vent it, the vapors are available to random ignition sources.
SageCrispin 02/22/19 07:27am Truck Campers
RE: Finally......a good way to carry extra gas (mod)!

Or jeeps...gas tank was under the seat and you sat on it. Early ones you lifted cushion to fill.. Before my Jeep days, but that's pretty funny....
SageCrispin 02/20/19 12:20pm Truck Campers
RE: Finally......a good way to carry extra gas (mod)!

Speaking of the Pinto and what not: I got a real kick out of the suggestion (sorry-REALLY not pointing fingers-just dating the posters) that the gas be carried between the cab and the bed. I guess none of you kids remember fueling the pickup truck from the fill pipe located just behind the door handle. There was a time when all our Chev trucks had the gas tanks part of the cab. After a while it was decided that it wasn't a good idea for people to be leaning back against the gas tank as they went down the road. And it was a GAS tank-there were no diesel pickups then. As I read the OP, I could see the nay-sayers coming from a mile away. These kind of posts are made in heaven for those guys. And now here I am joining the fray...BAD Sage.:o I did have a couple of useful (??) thoughts come out of this. The first is that one of the first mods Jeep off-roaders make is putting a Jerry can on the back (Google "Jerry can mount"). Yes, they're a bit higher than most cars but not all trucks. I guess you just have to pick the right vehicle to rear end you. My other thought is regarding side by sides. Most of the mods I've seen put the spare gas can(s) on the sides of the cargo space. I would think that a rear end collision for a Teryx/Razer is extremely rare. Roll overs however are somewhat common....think about it.... Sage
SageCrispin 02/20/19 09:58am Truck Campers
RE: Has any Forum members here tried this?

Have stayed in a couple, as others have said-when convenient. One in St. Louis, Mo was on the rail line. Stayed several days, could eat at the Casino and travel easily to the city. Could walk to both the casino and the rail station.
SageCrispin 02/06/19 09:46am General RVing Issues
RE: Did DutchmenSport Bug Out?

ForestRiverForums is one. Thanks, I'll check it out.
SageCrispin 01/26/19 10:17am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Did DutchmenSport Bug Out?

I feel bad for those just getting into RVing that have many questions when starting out. Just like I did. Who will help them from making costly or dangerous mistakes? No one! It's a shame. It really is!There are other less hostile RV forums and social media groups to draw on. They will get their information elsewhere if they seek it 2112: Where are you referring to specifically? I could really use a place like that. I miss what this place used to be....
SageCrispin 01/26/19 07:25am Fifth-Wheels
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