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Old 05-07-2016, 01:49 PM   #931
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Brought the trailer in to get some new tread.

IS THERE WNY WAY TO HAVE THIS SIT MORE LEVEL?




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Old 05-10-2016, 05:50 PM   #932
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Yesterday I cleaned up the inside. Removed all the odds and ends that have been accumulating over the last year, and vacuumed the heck out of the interior. Then I brushed and dusted to remove as much of the desert that I could.
Today I washed the interior- got all of the remaining dust out of the cab. I might wipe on a bit of Armor All tomorrow to shine things up. It's nice having a clean truck again, though the outside is already covered with pine tree pollen.
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Old 05-11-2016, 05:37 PM   #933
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Yesterday we tried out the clever glassware storage thing DW spent hours constructing from foam board, and discovered it won't work at all, so now she's on to another idea, which we won't be able to implement till we get back from the trip we start tomorrow. Today we're loading the 'fridge and pantry, and we hung a picture on the dinette wall.
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Old 05-13-2016, 12:20 AM   #934
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Well I am getting the neighbor to put a new master cylinder in, Got a scare the other day, Put my foot on the brake, nothing was there. Was getting off at 200th to go and get the boat loader fixed up,
All the brakes are good. It is the original one in there now.
Will not take a change with the trailer on the back.
5 more days until camping !!!!!!
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Old 05-13-2016, 07:12 AM   #935
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Topped off the windshield wiper fluid reservoir, and gave the engine compartment a general inspection. I saw that a mouse, or some other rodent, had been chewing on the top of the fabric battery coozy. There's a 3" diameter hole chewed through the outer layer of fabric. Hope it's not making a nest somewhere in my truck, and I really hope the rodent doesn't escalate into chewing on wires.
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Old 05-13-2016, 07:47 AM   #936
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I would be checking around, A friend who has a Toyota Had a rat twice and eat most of the wires,
They have two rat traps around the truck
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Old 05-13-2016, 08:04 AM   #937
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Installed a tire pressure monitoring system (link).
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Old 05-13-2016, 08:31 AM   #938
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R&R'd with a Red Head steering box, PSC SB300K Steering Stabilizer and Timbrens for the rear several days ago on the Dodge specified in the signature section. Should be good to go when our TH is ready for pick-up in Middlebury. The DW and I will be stopping off first in Elkhart, IN to acquire a new Equalizer 14K WDH and I think I will also have them install a Tekonsha P3 controller to replace the old existing unit. I will hopefully be returning to the hitch shop with the new TH (that is if the PDI goes well ) and have them assist in hitch and controller fine tuning.

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Installed a tire pressure monitoring system (link).
Tom, Does it count that I already have the very same TPMS system you just installed and waiting to program to our new unit?
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Tom, Does it count that I already have the very same TPMS system you just installed and waiting to program to our new unit?
Absolutely!

Programming was pretty straightforward and I like that the display doesn't take up too much dash space.

One thing of note, the default high/low pressure warnings are a bit high so if you don't reset that to match your tires it will beep like hell when you put the sensors on the tires the first time. Ask me how I know hahaha
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