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traildog

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Posted: 03/27/22 02:49pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

canoe on top wrote:

What am I missing with the Oxygenics shower head. I got one and didn't care for it at all. Just a narrow stream of water out of the middle of the head. Went back to old style with full circle stream.


Something was wrong with your shower head. Maybe a blockage of some sort? My wife and I love ours. It seems to slow down water useage when we’re camping without full hookups.


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Posted: 03/27/22 03:33pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Speaking of keyless entry, which lock would you recommend?

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Traildog, see my later post. I am using the Oxygenics again and like it. Got rid of the old,cheap, probably clooged, pressure reducer and replaced it with a new, adjustable model with a gauge. All better now.

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I installed the keyless entry door lock from RVlock.com. Finally got the TT out this last week and got to have real world use with the lock. Love it. We bike ride a lot and it's nice not to have to pack keys with us. Just enter our 4 digit code and push the lock button. We don't use the key fob much since it's so easy to use the key pad.
It was a fairly easy install but kind of temperamental at times. For me it was about 30 mins to install.
They go on sale various times during the year. Our doors open opposite of most so it took a long time watching sales before our style went on sale.

We will hide a key somewhere since we have no idea how long the batteries last.

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canoe on top wrote:

Traildog, see my later post. I am using the Oxygenics again and like it. Got rid of the old,cheap, probably clooged, pressure reducer and replaced it with a new, adjustable model with a gauge. All better now.


Ah…I missed that post! Glad it’s working out for you now!

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Posted: 03/28/22 04:33pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Double post…..

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goducks10 wrote:

I installed the keyless entry door lock from RVlock.com. Finally got the TT out this last week and got to have real world use with the lock. Love it. We bike ride a lot and it's nice not to have to pack keys with us. Just enter our 4 digit code and push the lock button. We don't use the key fob much since it's so easy to use the key pad.
It was a fairly easy install but kind of temperamental at times. For me it was about 30 mins to install.
They go on sale various times during the year. Our doors open opposite of most so it took a long time watching sales before our style went on sale.

We will hide a key somewhere since we have no idea how long the batteries last.


That’s the one I’m buying. I’ve read a lot of good things about them.
Thanks for your post.

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traildog wrote:

Speaking of keyless entry, which lock would you recommend?


This one:

deltabravo wrote:

Keyless entry



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trail-explorer wrote:

traildog wrote:

Speaking of keyless entry, which lock would you recommend?


This one:

deltabravo wrote:

Keyless entry


Got it installed and I have to say, mrs and I love it so far!

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My first mod was installing the Levelmate Pro using a Anderson style leveling block. Mine is a single axle so I only needed one. This gadget is awesome once you get it set up. Turn on the transmiter inside the TT, bring up the ap on your phone and it tells you which side is low. Get back in the tow rig and using your phone ap, level it side to side, chock the tires and now it tells you if the tongue is high or low. When you have all green lights, your level. One other funtion is when you take the TT off of the hitch, it marks the height at which it came off of the ball so you can eaisly bring it back to that height when you go to hook it back up.
Also have a gadget that senses your propane levels made by Mopeka. If you want this get the kit with the inside monitor...but it also has a Blue Tooth ap. Hope this helps!!

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