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Old 02-15-2014, 02:42 PM   #1
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2014 MOD List - Whats your plan? Puke it out.....

I thought I moved to temperate climate to finish out my years....but just my luck, the earth's axis has shifted and my house is somewhere near magnetic North now....

DAYS OF SNOW SHOVELING 2014 = 10

Boxes of new gear are starting to pile-up in my garage which means that by March 1st, the TT is coming back to camp driveway. Here's my mod list ....

- Install Progressive Dynamics Power Monitoring System....

- Install Weather Station.....

- Install Swagman Bike / Gear Platform....

- Finish Installing Video Monitoring System.....

- Install an easy-access door for storage under the dinette...

- Raise the TT 1-2".....

What's on you project list for 2014?....(talking it out is better than watching snow melt).....

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Old 02-15-2014, 02:57 PM   #2
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For me the biggest mod will be done by Jayco - turning a bunch of parts into a fully functioning TT sometime in April. Once we do finally get it home the list will include:
- Installing handle/bar on screen door
- Installing Maxx air vent
- Possibly replacing the ventilation fan in the bathroom with something better (need to do some more research, but I think the Fantastic fan is the one recommended by most forum members)

I'm sure there will be more as we figure out what we're doing, settle in and begin making the trailer ours
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Old 02-15-2014, 03:07 PM   #3
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- Possibly replacing the ventilation fan in the bathroom with something better (need to do some more research, but I think the Fantastic fan is the one recommended by most forum members)
Good Mod...one I tackled the first season, too. We have a small economy camper (which had NO fan) so I went with a (decent) 5-speed Vortex Fan. If I had your rig....I'd go for the Fantastic Fan and Maxx Air Vent.......

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- install wire shelving in the wardrobe cabinets
- finish installing LED lights
- install light fixture in the forward cargo hold
- upgrade speakers
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-Wall mount tv mod as my trailer it sits on the fridge (3/4" cherry wood plate already stained and lacquered).
-wine guard tv antenna.
-figure something out for a fridge light.
-Wilson cell phone/wifi antenna booster.
-figure out how to utilize space in the pantry.
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Shelves in the wardrobes
LED tail lights
Bike rack
Screen door handle
Replace the curtain doors with wood doors
Install a shock to hold up the master bed for easy access to the storage OR
Install doors to access the storage area under the master bed


Find/buy a cover--Done
Maxx Air Vent--Done
Hinged TV mount--Done
Upgrade Chains--Done
Build X Chocks--Done
Spare tire cover--Done
Wheel covers--Done
Coat hooks buy the door--Done
Separate the under-bed-storage from the pass thru--Done
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Old 02-15-2014, 06:21 PM   #7
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Battery on/off switch
Entry step covers-almost done, pics soon
Custom made stove cover to increase counter space-almost done, pics soon

Screen door handles, both doors-done...see thread with pics
Bumper cap hold downs-done
Bug screens on fridge, wh, heater vents-done
Fold down counter top extender-done, pics soon
Bumper mount 45* towel drying holder-done
BAL Lock arm stabilizers-coming
Locking gravity water fill area door-done
LED lighting-soon
More coming.....
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TCNASHVILLE writes.... Bug screens on fridge, wh, heater vents-done.....
Dang.....I forgot that one!....thanks for reminding me!
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2014 MOD List - Whats your plan? Puke it out.....

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I thought I moved to temperate climate to finish out my years....but just my luck, the earth's axis has shifted and my house is somewhere near magnetic North now....

DAYS OF SNOW SHOVELING 2014 = 10

- Finish Installing Video monitoring system

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So tired of shoveling... I'm am interested in hearing about your video monitoring system. I have a 12v wifi system in my trailer and would like to use that to add a camera on the back of my trailer to be able to view on my iPhone when backing up. Also wouldn't be a bad idea to view when I'm away from the camper.
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Wine rack and a wine glass holder. Also a string of party lights made out of Seagrams 7 bottles.
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