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Old 02-15-2011, 03:19 PM   #1
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Simple But Worthwhile

None of these are rocket science, but it sure makes thing nice in the campground.

Satellite jack coming from outside.

This is the dedicated satelitte cable input jack. The part is the same as used by the factory. I hit it with a heat gun just long enough to allow the plastic to soften and contour to the trailer when I snugged it down and then sealed it with white silicon.

Quick connect from the LP low pressure side. The 'T for the connection is shown in the next photo. It's a black pipe fitting and it does rust, but who cares? It has a cutoff that I think is necessare on any QC gas fitting. The QC fitting has a rubber plug(shown) to keep it clean, but I made a little pod out of PVC just to keep road grime off of the connector. My Weber Baby Q has the regulator removed and a QC added to match the hose. The 9' hose keeps it away from the trailer. I carry a small TV table to set the grill on.($8 at WalMart)

2010 22FB(Ret)
2013 F250 XLT
I now have a Keystone Outback, but I try to help when I can.
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