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Old 08-20-2012, 03:55 PM   #1
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Location: Greenville SC
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Tried a couple of the mods

Just got back from a 4 day weekend at the TT. My outside attached table worked great and is real handy. I also tinted my lower (larger) rear bunkhouse windows. Son-in-law said the first morning that when the sun hit the window, he could feel the heat. After tinting with a platinum heat reducing tint, he said the heat wasn't there! Next are the 2 smaller top windows. It isn't an easy install, but I got better as I went. The top ones are pretty small and probably will prove difficult. I also installed the inside the fridge fan, that I got from E Bay. Of course my fridge light doesn't have a constant power source, so I had to run it down the inside of the drain tube. No room to put it beside it. Took forever to get that thin wire down through the tube, but finally did. Hooked it up( installed inline 2amp fuse), and it did seem to help it cool after and stay colder. Even my daughter remarked how cold the beer was! One thing I noticed was that there is a plug in the end of the drain tube. I left it there and the thin wire comes out of the edge. When I left this am there was water in the holding tray.
2012 Jayco 32 TSBH
Stored in Myrtle Beach/Surfside SC
2006 Tundra DC with tow package
No TV since Tundra can't do it

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