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zigzagrv

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Posted: 06/06/21 09:19am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

LouLawrence wrote:

These


X2 Have had those in my MH since I got it. Never a failure.


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he likes early american, iam betting on a hasp and a 16 Penney nail

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LouLawrence wrote:

These




zigzagrv wrote:

LouLawrence wrote:

These


X2 Have had those in my MH since I got it. Never a failure.




Thanks. I've got that on my radar.


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donkeydew wrote:

he likes early american, iam betting on a hasp and a 16 Penney nail




That sounds pretty high tech! Lol.

You mean no hook with a rope?

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zigzagrv wrote:

LouLawrence wrote:

These


X2 Have had those in my MH since I got it. Never a failure.


You can actually get them cheaper from Newmar--- $1.45 includes tax and delivery. Just ordered one a few weeks ago.


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JoeH wrote:

zigzagrv wrote:

LouLawrence wrote:

These


X2 Have had those in my MH since I got it. Never a failure.


You can actually get them cheaper from Newmar--- $1.45 includes tax and delivery. Just ordered one a few weeks ago.



Thanks for the reminder. I went to their website and ordered one. We'll see how long it takes to get here.

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A little more clean up today and I added some lights on the passenger side of the cabinets. (red arrow).

That makes 3 strings on each side and lights up the kitchen up very well.

I unplugged the lights in the bath area, and discovered, due to the placement of the lights, there is a center section on the floor which gets no direct light from the strings.

Go figure! Lol.

Either way, the surface prep area is very nice and bright.



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Leaving the light on in the bath area, and everything is very well lit.

There is only one string in the bath area, and I can even turn them down quite a bit to conserve energy, and still have quite a bit of light.



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That looks good.

I'm sure it was addressed somewhere in the last 100 pages or so, but please remind us again where the couch and chairs are going.


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These are picture of the inside from the center entry door toward the rear. The living area will be forward of the entry door.

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