I'm feeling quite good today. This is what I got done as I dewinterize my coach and get it ready for the season:
A. Adjusted the Hellwigs (this is the big one and I'm quite pleased with myself).
B. Added a fridge fin fan w/ light. The instructions were spot on and the installation was pretty easy. I was wary about splicing into my 12v line but in the end its looks like a nice finished mod. Smart design too since the air gets sucked UP into the assembly and pushed out the back towards the fridge fins. I'm interested to see if its all its cracked up to be. http://www.smartrvproducts.com/
C. Added the Norcold hinge reinforcement; I won't have to worry about my fridge door falling off like some have experienced. Why they made the hinge on the door plastic is beyond me. My door is already heavy w/ the cabinet accent piece that's on it.
D. Purged the antifreeze from the plumbing. Learned that the valves under my bathroom sink that are on either side of the water filter are *not* bypass valves. They are on/off valves, plain and simple. Took me 40 minutes to figure out why I wasn't getting any water anywhere.
E. Sprayed silicone spray into all the baggage locks on my outside cubbies. They open much nicer now.
F. Sprayed my hydraulic rams with Dupont Non-Stick Teflon Dry lubricant.
Tomorrow I sanitize the lines/tank, and open up the slideouts. DW's turn; she'll get it cleaned up and replenish all the stock that we normally keep in the camper over the season. Than its back to storage.