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Old 07-24-2016, 10:07 AM   #3781
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Continued working on my bearing repack project. I've been pulling one hub at a time (TT is in storage) and bringing the assembly home. Thankfully I went this morning and looked inside the TT because I found and removed a live mouse that was stuck to a glue trap.
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Old 07-24-2016, 12:14 PM   #3782
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Gave it a bath and waxed the front cap



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Old 07-24-2016, 04:24 PM   #3783
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This is the model we should have went with I think.


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Old 07-24-2016, 04:26 PM   #3784
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Old 07-24-2016, 11:15 PM   #3785
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Emptied it out after a nice w/e camping trip. Discovered that the bottom of the cabinet above and to the right of the bed has come loose and is about to dump the contents. I suspect that the weight of my CPAP machine in conjunction with a few bumpier than usual spots this trip are the root cause. It's 1/8" and stapled from the bottom - guess I shouldn't be too surprised...
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Old 07-25-2016, 12:22 AM   #3786
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Just got "Jake" back from warranty work. Had a leak repaired in bunkroom slide and game chair & carpet replaced due to mold. Also replaced bathroom counter top due to leak from EZ Breeze (junk) vent that had leaked prior to our purchase. While there, dealer located 2 more leaks, 1 in front compartment door slam latch, and the other in outside kitchen door frame. Both doors and frames are on order.
While unit was gone, I fixed the "Jake" pad., and put stone in it to keep weeds and dirt to a minimum.
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Looks like my right fender is separating


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Old 07-28-2016, 04:52 PM   #3788
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Ran it 5 miles down the road to the rest area and dumped the tanks from last week-ends trip. As usual long lines on Sunday coming home so I generally don't bother. Much easier to just run it out during the week when nobody is around.... Nice to see the gray tank indicators back to normal again. The Geo method does seem to work.....
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Just got "Jake" back from warranty work. Had a leak repaired in bunkroom slide and game chair & carpet replaced due to mold. Also replaced bathroom counter top due to leak from EZ Breeze (junk) vent that had leaked prior to our purchase. While there, dealer located 2 more leaks, 1 in front compartment door slam latch, and the other in outside kitchen door frame. Both doors and frames are on order.
While unit was gone, I fixed the "Jake" pad., and put stone in it to keep weeds and dirt to a minimum.
I like the pad and am planning to do something similar. Can I ask what size rock you used? I was looking at 5/8" minus crushed gravel but also could use 1 1/4".
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Hauled a bunch of stuff to my storage unit, and replaced it with a few necessities for when I hit the road again on Sunday or Monday. Got tired of the campground maintenance host position, so I'm quitting as of 7-31. It's been fun and challenging, but I miss the wide open spaces.
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