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Old 08-09-2012, 07:38 AM   #1
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Busy with little mods

I have been tweaking my 29X over the last few weeks. I installed the duel fans inside the fridge and the Valterra fan on the back side of teh fridge. I, also, an old small bookcase and converted it into shelving in the cabinet below the entertainment center. It is now a neatly organized "light" and "dog-related" storage area. I replaced most of my interior lights with LED lights and installed the Camco Cyclone vent cover on the plumbing vent stack. We are ready to head out today for a local state park and with my little mods, hopefully, the weekend will be a little nicer.
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Old 08-09-2012, 07:44 AM   #2
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You have been busy. Have a good trip.
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I have been tweaking my 29X over the last few weeks. I installed the duel fans inside the fridge and the Valterra fan on the back side of teh fridge. I, also, an old small bookcase and converted it into shelving in the cabinet below the entertainment center. It is now a neatly organized "light" and "dog-related" storage area. I replaced most of my interior lights with LED lights and installed the Camco Cyclone vent cover on the plumbing vent stack. We are ready to head out today for a local state park and with my little mods, hopefully, the weekend will be a little nicer.
Does the Camco Cyclone vent really work?

Not sure I want to take apart the plumbing vent stack on a brand new TT.
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I have to agree
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We need something like this in the smilies.
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Does the Camco Cyclone vent really work?

Not sure I want to take apart the plumbing vent stack on a brand new TT.
I wondered the same thing.
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I haven't noticed much difference.
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