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GrandpaKip

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Posted: 03/17/22 08:33am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Bidet and soft close seat
SS sinks w/residential faucets
Fantastic Fan
Progressive EMS
20A inlet so we can use microwave and A/C at same time
Fiddles on nightstands so books can stay while on the road
Vents on all enclosed spaces
Wine rack under dinette seat
Electronics shelf
Drawers in all cubby holes
Frame mounted cargo rack
Roof ladder
Removed stove and built appliance garage
Wooden Andersen style levelers
Sony stereo w/better speakers


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toedtoes

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Posted: 03/17/22 11:15am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Switched out the attached power cord for a Marinco power port.


Installed deck hatch covers on the propane/battery cover. Now I can just remove the small cover to turn on/off the propane or check the tank levels.


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Posted: 03/17/22 11:26am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Added fantastic fan over the bed.
Replaced the Hengs noisy over the range exhaust hood with the Fabulous Operating Products (same people that invented the fantastic fan) 3 speed exhaust fan with LED light.


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ppine

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New Pioneer stereo.
New table configuration.
Forest River Microlight is a great trailer.

Best mods were to Ford 7.3 liter diesel.
New AFE air cleaner.
Four inch exhaust from engine to tailpipe.
SCT tuner.

CavemanCharlie

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I'm just a weekend camper. When I'm camping I don't take clothing that is fancy and needs to hang up. I put shelves in the wardrobe and I love it. I can store a lot more folded clothing on the shelves when I would be able to hang up and it's easier.

lane hog

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Posted: 03/21/22 05:50pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

1) Adding rooftop solar... my original panel is now on its third coach in 18 years
2) Hardwiring a backup camera on my TT... zero latency compared to our wireless camera
3) Adding USB ports at the dinette



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deltabravo

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Switched out the attached power cord for a Marinco power port.

Added USB / 12v ports in an RV that didn't have any.

Added more USB ports and a switch to turn them off in my next RV

* This post was edited 03/22/22 09:47pm by deltabravo *


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ktmrfs

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a list
1) add spark ignitor to gas oven DW favorite update
2) since we boondock, toss the WFCO and replace with PD
3) put full extension slide out drawers in pantry
4) replace shower faucet with thermostatic control faucet
5) solar on the roof and portable solar for when we are in the shade
6) replace existing exhaust fans with Max air fans
7) rear camera integrated into NAV display on the truck
8) cut off rear bumper and made rear sliding tray for carrying "first setup stuff" and cooler
9) picked up REI e-bikes for our rides when camping!


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deltabravo

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Added a new 120vac outlet for space heater

Cold weather upgrades such as insulating the cargo bay doors and the outdoor shower

Insulated the pass-through storage bay (bed platform)

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Oh, the one piece that got transferred from my old rig to new was my Oxygenics shower head, LOVE that thing. It's a fairly minor mod since it's screw on, but if you do boondocking or do state parks without full hookups it's a major upgrade. Heck, even just places with low pressure.


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