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Old 09-14-2016, 07:21 PM   #11
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Now the mat stakes kinda suck but work and the mesh screen is to put as a liner between the fridge covers so spiders and bug don't hangout in the back of my fridge. The cheapest and most durable front door mat is at Walmart! It's like 8x15' and works great. But nothing beats upgrading the thermostat to digital. I was hesitant to spend the money cause heck I just bought a 30k TT and a 60K truck but it was totally worth being able to set it digitally then using a slide temp to get it just right.

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Old 09-14-2016, 07:30 PM   #12
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That great! We have some of the items from our previous trailer, but I will add the rest to the list. How do you install the mesh over the fridge vents? Do you put mesh over all vents?


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Old 09-14-2016, 08:11 PM   #13
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I bought one of the Sidewinder sewer hose accordion supports. Used it once, and never again!!! IMHO it is a wasted of money.

Reason being is when you stretch out the support, then dump the tanks, the sewer hose sags between each support, having low spots that "stuff" gets stuck in. This requires lifting of the hose to empty. I needed to do that before spending the money on the support anyway.

A better solution is to use a 4" u shaped gutter to support the sewer hose. Just set it on a few blocks if you need to raise it a little.... Or buy the support, and set the gutter on it, then lay the hose in the gutter..

From what I could see, the rest of the items should work pretty good!
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Old 09-14-2016, 10:25 PM   #14
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You take off the black covers and the mesh comes with Velcro so you just carefully cut it to size and attach. It does say on the cover do not block the vents but the mesh is very light and enough air will be able to circulate IMO but only advice so take it with a grain of salt. Don't know long term effects to limiting air flow a bit. I have seen on this forum where people put mods behind the fridge by adding additional fans to push air around so there may be need for that down the road. This is my first trailer and I have not yet experienced a faulty fridge. I have learned a lot of to do's and what not to do's on this forum. It pretty awesome cause I enjoy my trailer and I love tinkering around on it doing cool mods and upgrades.

FYI - I have had no problems with the sidewinder but again I have not had to stretch it out very long yet and it says it goes to 20' but I do agree with need-a-vacation that it is a little of a pain in the arse to get the tube to lay just right and I use fire wood to put in a downward flow. I like the idea of the gutter but I bought my trailer and most of this stuff before I came across this forum. Wish I came here first to learn all I know now from the veterans of this new hobby

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I also have a 2016 whitehawk 25 BHS. Spoke to a fellow RVer on my last time out. He recommended a water filter system. Said he hooked up to a site where there was a high concentration of sulfer, resulting in his water system smelling like rotten eggs. Sounds like a good investment.
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