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Anyone run new wires under the slide?

I bought a wireless sub-woofer but the associated surround sound speakers need wires from the sub, not the original unit. They need to be RCA cables and Tiffin used plain speaker wire.I can't use them anyway as the routing is different. It looks to be a formidable job! Has anyone tackled this one? Bob
bob b 06/01/23 06:22am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Need a new toad-a sporty one

Our house is in the pine trees of So Oregon and we stay for six months in the M/H in a seniors park in Mesa, Az So I don't need a Jeep, I may buy back my Miata from the insurance company and repair it myself. The problem is getting it back to my shop in Or. Bob
bob b 02/17/23 10:58am Dinghy Towing
Need a new toad-a sporty one

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bob b 02/17/23 07:36am Class A Motorhomes
Need a new toad-a sporty one

My wife totaled our Miata that we've been towing for over ten years. Before that car we towed an MR2. No one ever stated that either car was towable but neither car suffered any damage from towing. I'm looking for suggestions beyond the usual Jeep or truck. Any ideas? Bob
bob b 02/17/23 07:36am Dinghy Towing
Splendide dryer solution?

To all who have experienced shut-down during the drying cycle I have some info. Ours was caused by a buildup of damp lint in the dryer discharge passage. Not the flex vent hose but just inside the machine, about five inches down from where the hose attaches. I was able to extract the lint "balls" with a hook I bent from a section of wire coat hanger. It works fine now but I've been wondering why it happens. It may be a design flaw, there is a sharp 90 degree bend the dryer air must make or, we may be the cause of the problem by the procedure we follow when drying. We have always pulled the clothes out while still damp and hung them to lessen wrinkles. This may allow the wet lint a chance to gather as opposed to drying and blowing out the vent hose. We are still removing our clothes but letting the dryer run to complete the cycle. Let's hope this works! Bob
bob b 12/03/22 09:22am Class A Motorhomes
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