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 on: Today at 11:09:58 pm 
Started by kls81 - Last post by kls81
Gail, thanks! I'll keep you posted.

Nicki, if you want/are OK with it, I can also post your mods on here (I speak bbcode aka how to post images and whatnot quite fluently). Let me know if there's anything in the E-mail you don't want posted besides obvious things like E-mail address et cetera. And if you forward the E-mail to Gail, no worries about including my E-mail address in the mix, as it's my public/spam mail gmail.

 on: Today at 08:16:38 pm 
Started by RheaNL - Last post by RheaNL
Yes, Bruce, the Magne Shades. Thanks so much. I will scrape them off before the windshield is replaced and order the new adhesive pads.
We love those screens.

 on: Today at 04:41:26 pm 
Started by happyrox2 - Last post by happyrox2
Thanks for the info.  We are going to take the box out to the RV and try to hook it up to see if we can at least get a signal and get the satellite to set itself.. If anyone knows the changes that have to be made to the box that info would be greatly appreciated.

 on: Today at 07:57:24 am 
Started by JJCruiser - Last post by keelhauler
I often don't have AC power and have solar power which works for everything except Microwave & A/C. Wouldn't be without it.

Maintenance issues = You MUST run once a month, even in storage, to prevent carburetor clogging. No reliability problems.

 on: Today at 06:58:06 am 
Started by lmwsrq - Last post by TomHanlon
The fall rally is at Cherry Hill Campground, College Park, Maryland, just north of Washington DC, in September. You have until June 15th to register or pay a penalty.

 on: May 27, 2016, 10:04:57 pm 
Started by RheaNL - Last post by Bruce and Sharon
Do you mean the Magna Shade magnets? 
When we needed to remove them from our previous rig we called the people at (336-753-0905) and they explained how to remove the magnets and sent us new stickers to put them on the new windshield.
The removal procedure was fairly easy by slipping a thin bladed putty knife between the magnets and the windshield.

 on: May 27, 2016, 10:02:45 pm 
Started by happyrox2 - Last post by RKS
We have Direct TV and take our receiver from home for use in the PC.  As Tom said you lose your local programing when traveling.  We generally stay in one place for a week or so, once set up we call Direct  TV, customer service and provide our location to receive the local programing. This past winter I think we called 4 or 5 times. Depending on the techs experience level they may not know what your talking about so you may have to push them to ask for help. One time this winter I called to change and they apologized, thinking I was having a technical issue and gave me 3 months of HBO free for the inconvience. Surprisingly they don't charge for the location changes.
We use a carry out dish and not all of there receivers are compatible with it, I don't know if this is an issue with the fixed dishes.
Almost forgot there are setting changes that you have to make to the receiver, this is done both when you take the dish out to be used with the portable and when it's returned to the house.  Customer service walked me through the steps which are straight forward.

 on: May 27, 2016, 09:46:01 pm 
Started by lmwsrq - Last post by lmwsrq
I have just installed the blue ox Trac bar and hope this at least helps my swaying with the big semis.  I leave next week for phoenix factory and then on to Michigan and Canada.  Thank you all for your thoughts.  Does anyone know if phoenix is having their fall rally in Washington  this fall?

 on: May 27, 2016, 06:53:02 pm 
Started by kls81 - Last post by Gail Staton

Kate,   I'm really anxious to keep up with your Tiny House/Office project.   Your plan for the 2100 sounds great.   I wish you much success as you move forward.

Nicki,  Could you include me when you send the explanation and pictures of your kitchen mods?  I'd love to see your ideas.


 on: May 27, 2016, 06:34:07 pm 
Started by kls81 - Last post by kls81
Sent an E-mail, Nicki. And good to know re. the balance: the sewing table is going to store my cheap $50 Brother machine (thanks for the $150 discount, Amazon!) and not the fancy Husqvarna, so the only thing permanently stored in the desk/eating table wouldn't be that heavy. Do the Euro chairs have some ballast, or are they lightweight too? Maybe I could do a yarn cabinet as well...

Thanks, Paul! Hopefully in a year, anyway.

Oh, another silly question: custom fabrics for upholstery? I already know hickory cabinets (because small vehicle = light furnishings), but the patterns look too busy to me so far. Maybe one will grow on me.

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