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Old 06-07-2015, 02:58 PM   #1
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Got ambitious today

Today was a mod day on my White hawk. First thing I did was I removed the bathroom door(just seemed to take up too much room). I installed a folding door in its place. It takes up less room, and is very functional.
second thing is I installed a fan on the bedroom mounted it on the all above where the TV goes. So if I ever want to get a TV for the bedroom I'll still have room to do so.
I thought it would be a great idea (most likely already done) I installed a grate on the frame below the entrance door steps. This way we could put our wet or dirty shoes there and they won't be on the ground or inside the camper.
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Old 06-07-2015, 06:59 PM   #2
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I like the shoe rack idea! Thanks.
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I like the shoe rack idea! Thanks.
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Anymore details on the rack fab?
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Old 06-07-2015, 07:57 PM   #5
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Yes please... More info and pics on the shoe rack. Cool idea.
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Like the fan and the door ideas. DW says no to the door but likes the fan too.
My ambitious day was to install the EMS HW30C. More of a job than I thought but I got 'er done! (wish I could see better...hate these damn progressive lenses).
You ever see that commercial - "help, I've fallen and I can't get up"? That was this old guy after 2 1/2 hours on the floor installing the EMS under the frig. Almost had to call the DW to help me up. Lol. It's a bi**h getting old, huh?
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Thanks for that shoe rack idea. Quick and easy to fab one of those. Good job on the mods.
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Like the shoe rack idea... great idea! Good job on all the mods.
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Anymore details on the rack fab?
here are two photos of how I secured the the shoe rack to the entrance step frame. The framework has 2 angle iron rails that each have two holes in them.I just attached the rack with 4 bolts and a couple of washers and nuts. I got the rack material from Home Depot, it's called "expanded metal". Sorry if the photos are a little blurry. Hope this helps.
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Appreciate it. Gonna do this one.
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