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Old 04-14-2013, 10:38 AM   #401
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Brian - How did you know the regulator was bad? And, can you tell me the make and model of the 5-speed fan you installed?
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Old 04-14-2013, 12:20 PM   #402
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Brian - How did you know the regulator was bad?
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I couldn't purge the propane system. It would take 10-15 minutes of charging to light a stove burner, then it would quickly die out. A neighbor in the propane business helped me troubleshoot the low pressure side of the system - the flow was so light you couldn't detect it. The tanks were easy to test as I had (2) and both worked fine on my grill. It could yet be a clogged high pressure hose / regulator inlet.....but I decided to check with the dealer and let the warranty take it from there....
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Old 04-14-2013, 01:00 PM   #403
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And, can you tell me the make and model of the 5-speed fan you installed? Thanks.
I got mine from this gentlemen....

http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-5-SPEED-...cdb327&vxp=mtr

....maybe the sponsor of this forum has something similar (Tweety)

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Old 04-14-2013, 04:56 PM   #404
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Installed the Ultra Fab #4000 electric tongue jack. Only took about 20 minutes to install it and 15 minutes to figure out the reason it wasn't working was because I forgot to put the inline battery fuse in. I was ready to pull the jack off (no pun intended) and send it back.
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Old 04-14-2013, 07:03 PM   #405
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Worked on retro-fitting LP quick connections so that I can run my new Weber 120 Q grill off of the quick connect LP onboard the trailer. I was not happy with uneven heating of the Side Kick grill that came with a previous trailer. No excuses for poor grilling performance now!
taviking22, glad to see your post. We just inherited a Weber Q120c/w the stand and I want to retrofit it as well. Please provide any advice about removing the regulator, what parts were involved and where you bought them.

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Old 04-14-2013, 11:11 PM   #406
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Added a rack to hold my fishing poles

I built a rack to hold my fishing poles.

It will hold 8 poles, I used 5' sections of 1 1/2" PVC.

The rack is mounted in the top of the through and through storage under the master bed. I used 1x5 boards and drilled 2" holes, inserted the pipe and secured it with a screw. The fishing poles each have their own tube, preventing tangles and damage, all other items store underneath in the open area. I use a bungee cord to keep the reels/handles up and out of the way.

The two pictures 1) poles inserted 2) view from inside the trailer with the bed compartment lifted up.
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I built a rack to hold my fishing poles.

It will hold 8 poles, I used 5' sections of 1 1/2" PVC.

The rack is mounted in the top of the through and through storage under the master bed. I used 1x5 boards and drilled 2" holes, inserted the pipe and secured it with a screw. The fishing poles each have their own tube, preventing tangles and damage, all other items store underneath in the open area. I use a bungee cord to keep the reels/handles up and out of the way.

The two pictures 1) poles inserted 2) view from inside the trailer with the bed compartment lifted up.
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High pressure propane hose replaced - purged propane system - tested heater, stove and HW Heater.
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I dumped my black tank. All else is working great.
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