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fj12ryder

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Posted: 07/22/18 05:13pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Replaced the awning motor on our 2010 Fuzion 383 with a new one off Ebay. $145 including shipping beat the heck out of most other places. Works like a champ.

Also found a soft spot in the beavertail so pulled the rubber mat and checked. Water damage due to insufficient caulking at the vent in the wall. Had to remove about a 4 foot section, but luckily didn't get into the main floor, and only a little of the wall. Going shopping for parts tomorrow. 1 inch plywood is fairly hard to find around here.

And pulled the fuel pump to see why it refused to operate. We use it very rarely and that's probably the main reason.


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Posted: 08/23/18 08:22pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Added backup lights to 2017 Coleman 300tq. I had already added marker lights to the bottom frame below the ramp door.
I found some nice surface mount Led's 18watt flood . I wanted surface mount because i did not want the lights hanging below the frame.
You will need a 7 Way wire harness on your truck and trailer. The center pin will be wired to the backup light on the truck.
On my trailer I only had 6 wires seen plus a metal residential type electrical box that was not waterproof. So I orderd a 7 Way 8' harness with junction box that is color coded.
I fused the yellow reverse light wire with a 5 amp fuse for a 3 amp draw. I did not run a relay.
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The lights sit well on the bottom frame.
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The lights are bright
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Lights up the RV Port well
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Cost
Lights $17 each
Harness with box $37
Wire $10
Fuse harness $5


2017 Coleman 300tq by Dutchman Toy Hauler. 34.5 feet long and under 10k Gross. 1999 Ford F250 2WD 7.3 4R100 DP Tuner, S&B Cold Air Intake, Gauges, 6.0 Trans Cooler, Air Bags.


nayther

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Posted: 08/24/18 08:58am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

1L243 wrote:

Added backup lights to 2017 Coleman 300tq. I had already added marker lights to the bottom frame below the ramp door.
I found some nice surface mount Led's 18watt flood . I wanted surface mount because i did not want the lights hanging below the frame.
You will need a 7 Way wire harness on your truck and trailer. The center pin will be wired to the backup light on the truck.
On my trailer I only had 6 wires seen plus a metal residential type electrical box that was not waterproof. So I orderd a 7 Way 8' harness with junction box that is color coded.
I fused the yellow reverse light wire with a 5 amp fuse for a 3 amp draw. I did not run a relay.

The lights are bright

Lights up the RV Port well

Cost
Lights $17 each
Harness with box $37
Wire $10
Fuse harness $5


Nice mod


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fj12ryder

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Posted: 08/24/18 01:31pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Finished repairs and a couple upgrades. Fixing the beavertail floor is all done, some water damaged wall bits replaced, replace the leaking, cracked overhead vent/fan with a new one, found some contact paper that may replace the chewed places our bunny contributed to the camper [emoticon], replace the overhead 20 watt halogen puck lights with LED's.

I'm very happy with the new LED puck light bulbs. I had to modify the puck housing by removing the reflector/heat shield, and putting in the LED's. Since they shine straight down only, I didn't need a reflector, and they put out a lot more light and no heat. Really brightens the place up.

CincyGus

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Finished day 3 of getting my new one customized. We bought a Forest River Wolfpack 23pack15 on Monday and have spent the last few days getting everything loaded up and some of the little things completed. Waiting on a couple TV swing arm mounts but have all the keyholders, new shower head, cabinets stocked, towel and toilet paper holders hung along with a lot of purging of stuff we didn't need. First Trip is Thursday so more to complete but I'll post some pics when we get back of the modifications and us using it.

Oh and the golf cart should be ready to pick up before we go Thursday so ought to be fun!


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