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mdcamping

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Posted: 11/23/21 03:03pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

My McKesh Mirrors for my Tacoma. Read about it here and I have no regrets with the purchase. I have had folks at campgrounds admire/ask about them. [emoticon]

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Payload 2476 Maxtow 13,800 3.73 Equalizer 4 Pt Sway Hitch
2017 Jayco Jay Flight 24RBS
Old TV, 07 Toyota Tacoma, Double Cab, Factory Tow Pkg, retired towing at 229K. (Son now owns truck)

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Windshield Wipers on amazon for my 2014 Ford E-Series Van 250. In 2018 I just started RVing with my family with this car and I have made new friends.

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My top purchases for the travel trailer beyond the basic requirements:
Harbor freight trailer tool box mounted on the rear bumper for campfire tools
Floor mat at the front steps, exterior shade, Cards and card games, hoses and power connectors for 220 and 110, LP gas, bug spray, budget planner

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IAMICHABOD

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Well what can I say,it happened again.I saw something here on the Forum and I had to have one,so I bought it.What a great thing to have it works perfect and has made another chore so much easier and works as intended.

And Here it is

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Link does not work: solid surface countertops


BruceMc wrote:

Uh, which THAT? B^)

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As I review our projects, I recall the trials and tribulations of each, yet the satisfaction of all things we now take for granted.

Perhaps the most work went into the swivel seat mod, but we also put a lot of effort into the new solid surface countertops. They've both paid so much in dividends in the terms of usefulness and longevity.

Speaking of which, the new pleated blinds came in, so I gotta get busy & get the factory rollers replaced! I'll post pics and the story, of course.



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Perfectly duplicated decals for my 2004 R-Vision Trail-lite. The old ones were cracked and peeling and really detracted from the otherwise great looking coach. Getting ready to put them on once this cold front moves out. She'll look almost new then!

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coolmom42

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IAMICHABOD wrote:

Well what can I say,it happened again.I saw something here on the Forum and I had to have one,so I bought it.What a great thing to have it works perfect and has made another chore so much easier and works as intended.

And Here it is


I am impressed that you have a gravity fill tank.

Is there any reason these nifty connectors wouldn't work on a pressure fill?


Single empty-nester in Middle TN, sometimes with a friend or grandchild on board

IAMICHABOD

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coolmom42 wrote:

IAMICHABOD wrote:

Well what can I say,it happened again.I saw something here on the Forum and I had to have one,so I bought it.What a great thing to have it works perfect and has made another chore so much easier and works as intended.

And Here it is


I am impressed that you have a gravity fill tank.

Is there any reason these nifty connectors wouldn't work on a pressure fill?


Yes, this connector is just for gravity fill,it attaches to the filler neck where the cap goes.
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On a pressure fill,at least everyone that I have seen has a hose connection,like this one.
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AKsilvereagle

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My $300 waterproof and ten feature state of the art surge protector to protect my entire electrical system for my cabover from A1 Auto - which saved me any potential disaster 3 times already....

One RV Park showing reverse polarity....
One RV Park showing low voltage....
At my stepbrother's place in northern California showing excessive high Hz....

I was like, hey bro - I had to reset my surge protector a few hours ago as for whatever reason your garage outlet showed a higher frequency output than it was suppose to flow since I am plugged in with my extension cord on your grid...

Stepbrother stated, oh you mean that immensely over rated expensive surge protector that you rave about as state of the art that any 6 other typical surge protectors can protect it anyway with that price...

Nope - my house doesn't have any electrical issues at all....Although my son's power supply unit on his computer did fry earlier this morning as he was troubleshooting it for diagnostics and -YOU MEAN TO TELL ME THAT SURGE DETECTOR OF YOUR'S ACTUALLY DETECTED THAT FROM ANOTHER CIRCUIT ?????


And my portable floorboard refrigerator-heater that's thermostat controlled from Scamazon - keeps the water and fruit nice and cold when on the road.


1975 Ford F250 2WD Ranger XLT (Owned June 2013)
460 V8- C6 Trans- 3.73:1 (176K Total Mi)
2000 Fleetwood Angler 8ft Cabover
Air Lift 1000 (Front)
Hellwig 3500 lb Helper Springs (rear)
Hellwig Front and Rear Sway Bars
Goodyear G971 LT Series (siped)


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