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TheoWarrior

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So I went to install the rear roadmaster sway bars and the mounting brackets to attach the sway bar link rods is way up inside the frame, and it’s riveted, not bolted, which would appears you have to get up there somehow,
grind off the rivets and then figure out how to get a bolt through in the very hard to reach spot in the frame beam.

Please comment if I am mistaken, but unless one of you has an answer I haven’t figured out.. I am not going to install them and I’m sending them back

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I didn't see an actual temperature adjustment on my water heater, but it's kinda hard to look all the way around it. Let me know what you think of the sway bars.


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My leaf spring hangers are bolted on, was a tight squeeze to get at. What year is yours?

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My rig is supposedly a 2009 34 RWM.
I found this in another forum
“”From what I understand if you have the rivets the fuel tank has to be dropped in order to drill out the rivets otherwise you can't get a drill in there. If I had the rivets I would pay to have it done. Grinding off the heads, drilling out the rest and dropping the tank is not a job for us old guys. Also I think the idea is to have both sway bars to increase performance. If you could replace the stock one with the Roadmaster I don't think you would gain anything. The stock bar on my rig looks pretty heavy duty.””

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the stock sway bar is just as massive as the roadmaster so I think I’m gonna try without it for a while and see if adding just the front sway bar helps.

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Checking to see if anyone had worked on their bathroom fan ? My fan stopped working, in believe there's a little plunger that works with the vent door opening that pops up allowing the fan to work. I'm trying to find the plunger?

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I can't help you, but that's interesting. My fan stopped working today. It isn't a plunger, it is a switch, but this fan may not be original to the MH.

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If you have a Fantastic Fan. There are many models. https://www.fantasticvent.net/ Check this site out for different models. Then check out the different controls on yours.


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ksanford wrote:

I can't help you, but that's interesting. My fan stopped working today. It isn't a plunger, it is a switch, but this fan may not be original to the MH.

My bath fan quit working a while ago and I removed the inner trim and found that the wiring was very loosely connectted wire nuts the came apart. you might want to do the same .
The people who wired our motorhome together did a really bad job. I found several other electrical wiring issues like the electric transfer switch….,the stereo wires was loose, etc.

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To connect the new TV to the stereo, I ordered Prozor Digital Analog Converter (DAC) from Amazon. Connect the DAC to the optical audio out (TOSLINK).

Remove the auxillary adapter from the stereo cables. Connect the stereo cables to the LR ports on the DAC. Turn on the DAC, select TOSLINK as the input. Turn on the Sony stereo by the door and repeatedly press the source button until you find which one plays through the speakers. Ours works on CD2.

Hope this helps. Glad to answer any questions.

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