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Old 03-04-2018, 05:33 PM   #101
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Hi Bob,

Just ran through your entire thread and very nice work. Some of the mods I've already done but still lots of ideas to keep be busy once the weather warms up.

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Old 03-04-2018, 05:58 PM   #102
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Dale,

Feel free to start a thread on your 27BHS's mods..., always great to see everyones ideas and techniques.

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Old 03-11-2018, 08:42 AM   #103
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As soon as the weather warms, I'm going to install a detachable shore power outlet on my 24rbs. Since I can't get out to look now, where is the cord stored, and once removed, is the location useable for storeage?


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Old 03-11-2018, 10:18 AM   #104
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DancingPossums,

Your existing 30amp cord is stored at the bottom (enclosed area) of the entertainment center, below the two-door cabinet. I consider it usable space but haven't decided on where to make an opening......, possibly adding a pair of hinged doors below the two existing entertainment doors, or a pair of drawers.

....... even thought about making a removable false bottom panel (hidden) from within the existing two-door cabinet

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Old 03-12-2018, 03:02 AM   #105
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Depends on the model trailer. On my 23RB, it's pretty much wasted space. There is no way I saw to conveniently get to that storage area. Other models, it's easy to get to.

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As soon as the weather warms, I'm going to install a detachable shore power outlet on my 24rbs. Since I can't get out to look now, where is the cord stored, and once removed, is the location useable for storeage?


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Old 03-12-2018, 07:15 PM   #106
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Installed an LED light in the rear cargo area....., was prior sink/stove drawer area. My 12V source was approx. 5ft away from the new light fixture so overall install went smoothly.





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Old 03-13-2018, 06:38 AM   #107
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What did you use to attach the silver insulation material to the walls and such in your pass thru and OS kitchen area. Looking at doing something similar to my new TT.
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Old 03-13-2018, 06:48 AM   #108
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jimp,

An RV industry standard...., 'staples'

With the foil insulation it only takes a couple staples to hold a piece in position.

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Hey Rustic Eagle - Do you have a parts list for the drain mod on the pressure release valve? I haven't been able to find the blue threaded piece and size you used for this? Any online descriptions would be great. Thanks!
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esunday,

I had a couple on hand but I'm sure you can get them at Lowes or Home Depot..., even a good hardware store. The plastic threaded adapters come in different colors (blue, grey. etc.) and styles, just depends on the manufacture. Take note of the thread size on your pressure relief valve...., I believe they come in two sizes, 1/2" or 3/4".

Here's the manufacture's description: http://www.lascofittings.com/products/3400-005

A metal threaded adaptor would work just fine as well.

Best to use a high temp rated rubber hose..., the smaller diameter hose is easier to use for this application. I used a automotive heater core hose (Auto Zone, etc.).

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