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RE: Keeping fridge cool in high 90s temps

living in NJ and traveling a few of the area Nascar tracks your in the open field and the afternoon sun always was on my Frig side... So I ordered 2x 3" computer fans and 2x 4" computer fans..and the reflective bubble stuff for windows from camping world, I install one of the 4" fans inside the lower panel outside the RV,pushing air up..the 2nd fan pulling the air up and out the upper vent..all connected to the 12v power feed to the frig by the lower vent with a switch coming out of the lower vent to control the 2x-4"fans..then using the reflective bubble stuff made and panel that when between the upper and lower vents and attached it with small S-hooks from a hardware store....The 3" Fans I installed inside my frig and you need to get power from the back of the frig in the lower vent panel and feed the wires to the inside by way of the inside drain tube from the coils inside the frig..With a switch inside the Frig to control the 3" fans, one was pointed to the cooling coils and the other on the upper shelf pointed down to move the cool air...Taking your time about 3hrs..once done I now have Rock hard ice cream and a 40* frig Temp..On a trip out west we experienced 100* temps and frig stayed cold...the wires used can be a 18awg or even smaller for fans only draw .33amps@12v each...My wife just loves it now nothing spoils our beers are ice cold..
wantabe351 08/18/19 07:45am Fifth-Wheels
RE: 50amp surge protector ?

progressive 50a but used the hard wired unit...love it, never need to worry about it walking away, and with the remote display inside the rv i can see whats going on with our electrical....
wantabe351 06/18/19 12:50pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Cleaning Question

I start on the roof of our RV waxing the front cap on my belly using my DA polisher, then onto a ladder in our PU bed, then moving the ladder on the ground and boy is it tiring work even with my machine
wantabe351 05/24/19 07:00pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: 5th Wheel upper Shock Mount

I would have a welder come to your house a reweld the upper shock mounts and see if he could even and a tab to give it a little extra strength, just look in your phone book or google it looking for a local welder....enjoy your summer...and yes it happened to my Cedar Creek many years ago, but I welded it myself.. also for got I would replace that shock in case the shock is damaged,
wantabe351 05/20/19 07:07am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Rancho 9000's or Bilsteins?

Bilsteins on front, RanchoXL and have on the rear so while towing I'm able to set on setting #8 on a range of 1-9, while towing with my airbags at 30lbs and shocks at #8 I've got nice ride and control on the interstate especially going over the joints between the highway and a bridge or frost heave. On the front I'm using Bilsteins in the front...for steering stabilizer and as front shocks....I just like the control I get from firming the ride while Towing and my wife notices a big difference when she drives...
wantabe351 05/20/19 05:17am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Price per mile

someone you know then I would go and do it, but a Craigslist add would make me nervous to even think of doing it..
wantabe351 05/15/19 03:55pm Fifth-Wheels
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