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Old 04-02-2015, 03:51 PM   #2091
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Well I don't know if drinking beer and doing roof is a good combination bill lol .... As for me just got the two middle stabilizers installed on mine and am picking up water filter,90 degree hose connector, and pressure regulator, then have to install pump silencer kit .... Trying to get ready for the first time we will be somewhere with full hookups, I have never had city water connected to ours yet hope it doesn't leak

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Old 04-02-2015, 04:40 PM   #2092
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I had removed the strut piston from the door, was driving me nuts. But the wind would sometimes grab the door, I had an elastic strap to hold the door, and it would bang.

Added a rubber bumper to the door, problem fixed.


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Old 04-02-2015, 04:45 PM   #2093
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Originally Posted by SmokerBill View Post
Thinking about getting the ladder out and scrubbing the roof. I'm drinking my first beer of the day, so I'm not sure which way things will go -- cleaning the roof, drinking beer, or both.

Will update with my decision.

But first, I need to open a new beer...
Bill, don't forget to take a chair up with you, have a seat do a scrub take a sip and call it done.
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Old 04-02-2015, 07:11 PM   #2094
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I finally got around to switching out the unusable factory-installed bathroom faucet with a nice, functional chrome faucet. The old one was impossible to use because you couldn't get your hands under it. The new one sprays the water in the center of the sink where it should be.

By the way, here's the one I installed. It was a perfect fit with no modification to the holes or PEX tubing. Pfister Pfirst Series 4 in. Centerset 1-Handle Bathroom Faucet in Polished Chrome-G1427000 - The Home Depot
I like it. I went ahead and ordered one from Home Depot! They were on sale,too.
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Old 04-02-2015, 07:24 PM   #2095
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I like it. I went ahead and ordered one from Home Depot! They were on sale,too.
I bought one today too...found it on clearance at my local HD today! Score!!

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Old 04-02-2015, 07:53 PM   #2096
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Update: Went ahead and scrubbed the roof clean. Paintinfool3, I limited my beer intake while doing the roof. Tunce-man, good idea about the chair, but I did it all standing on my ladder. If I fall to the ground, I'd rather fall from ladder height than roof top height.

After the roof, I got out my bucket and Maguires wash/wax soap and washed the all the tin on the trailer sides/front/back. More beer was flowing once my feet were firmly on the ground.

After washing the TT, I dumped the fresh water tanks and refilled them with fresh, chlorinated city water. I try to do that every month or so to make sure critters don't grow.

After filling the tanks, put away clean clothes (went to laundromat this AM), went to Fred Meyer and bought some fried chicken (and more beer, Haha!).

And now it's time to relax. I'm beat!
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Old 04-02-2015, 07:57 PM   #2097
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We have been camping in it since last Sunday to Easter fun spring break with DW and boys.
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Old 04-03-2015, 04:31 AM   #2098
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Right now I'm running on generator power. It was time for my monthly generator run. I run it under load for 1 hour every month. StaBil Marine formula in the gas and non-ethanol gas used. Total generator hours to date 223.

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Old 04-03-2015, 06:09 AM   #2099
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Installed a stove cover, accent lights in the fireplace mantel and a new kitchen sink and faucet (forgot to take a pic last night)
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Old 04-03-2015, 08:38 AM   #2100
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Made a stove cover with ideas from this forum and a bamboo cutting board DW had. The "chair rail" vinyl border was looking pretty shabby after 13 years so, I removed it at the entry way. Also TRIED to adjust entry door. Looks as if it had been pried open at sometime. Fit is much better now but still not perfect. If I get up enough nerve, I may try more "adjustment" in the future !!!LOL!! DW put up a new clock with thermometer and hygrometer. I like !

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