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Our 2017 White Hawk 28DSBH
Our first rig.
Installed these new bedroom reading lights which we found on Amazon:...
The round silver disks on the base plate and bracket arm are powerful magnets that hold the TV in place during travel.
The mount makes it easy to access wires or to uninstall the TV for outdoor use.
I installed an articulating mount inside Jayco's "lazy Susan" swiveling TV cabinet. Now we can actually watch TV from the sofa.
Installed a digital, LED battery voltage meter to know the exact condition of our battery at all times.
Before installing a battery voltage meter...
Upgraded to Goodyear Endurance load range D tires, went slightly larger - 215/75R14. Our stock load range C tires were 205/75R14s...
EquaFlex suspension upgrade - you can feel the difference.
Out of storage for the 2017 camping season!
The MaxxFan in "open" position.
Closeup of the MaxxFan.
Installed a MaxxFan Deluxe in the main cabin.
Oygenics shower head and Extend-a-Shower shower curtain rod. Both make for a much nicer shower experience.
No more dropping shampoo bottles in the shower...
Capped the rain gutters with a tennis ball before covering the trailer for the winter!
Installed a translucent shower curtain to let in more light but still feel somewhat private.
ADCO cover appears durable, we'll see how it looks after a NY winter!
ADCO cover also comes with wheel covers.
ADCO cover is a pretty good fit.
Gee, how do mice and cold drafts get in our rigs? Uh, massive holes in the floor like this under our kitchen sink, courtesy of the Jayco production...
Added the ShurFlo sound dampening kit to our water pump. Also added some heavy rubber material under the pump mount to isolate it from the coach and...
Replaced our analog Coleman with a digital. In the 28DSBH, it's a little dicey because the digital thermostat is slightly larger and protrudes...
Two "L" brackets hold the platform in place. Along with its non-skid feet, these ensure it isn't going anywhere.
The fridge sits securely on the stand, door clearance is perfect for opening and closing.
Here's the refrigerator stand tucked into the compartment.

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