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Old 03-15-2013, 10:36 PM   #291
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Took more gas strut measurements.............
Thanks much for the measurements Crabman.
That was very helpful.

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Old 03-16-2013, 11:51 AM   #292
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Can't remember if I posted this so will post now- Took my bucket of tools and parts up on the roof and cleaned all the patches I had installed earlier- Then I applied self leveling caulking around the outside of the patches- Now I feel more confident the roof is watertight- Sure looks like a professional job if I say so myself- JMHO- DD
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Old 03-16-2013, 12:33 PM   #293
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Old 03-17-2013, 10:18 AM   #294
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Pulled the TH next to my shop. Connected the slinky hose to the treatment plant inlet, to drain and flush the holding tanks from our last trip. Going to install a Quickie-Flush on the black tank soon, so I want it very clean to do this. :hihi:
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Old 03-22-2013, 01:18 PM   #295
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Its cold but dry so I went on the roof and inspected the caulking, etc. The roof was a little dirty but caulk looked A O.K.
Also did some spot cleaning where black streaks had formed in a few places. I wish they would come up with sealants that did not stain so much.
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i bought a sweet memory foam mattress for our queen size bed and a outdoor patio mat...2 bad it snowed half a foot, but i still want to go in there and hang out Also i got a step stool for our DD just for the camper. got a surprise check and think i may get a nice LCD tv...should i get a 12 volt? i see they have ones with a built in DVD player and or camper does have a 12 volt TV plug
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Installed these 2 items. Vent cover and Vane Vent

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Nice. I have the vent cover but I've never heard of a vane vent. What is it's function?
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I like it. Great job!!!!!

What size/length are drawer slides?
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I hooked up to her and pulled her 400 miles. First vacation of the season. Will be gone for seven nights.
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