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Old 10-21-2011, 10:32 PM   #61
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Thanks for the reply, attached are the pics of the wicker installation. I use this same method on the doors I make for boats seems to work well.
We have not done any more to the TW we have been using it.

Just got back this week after a 5000 mile trip which included the Albuquerque Balloon fiesta. Everything worked well especially the furnace with a 12 degree morning near the North rim of the Grand Canyon.
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Old 04-29-2013, 10:49 PM   #62
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Updates;
We have added a storage shelf over the foot of the bed. For some soft storage. Quite a challange with the back corner of the trailer, alot of deminstioning and templating.
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Old 04-29-2013, 10:54 PM   #63
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Next update;

Reworked the folding table, grand kid proof. The hinges alone would not support the kids hanging on the edge. The table was starting to warp due to having the heater under the table. Cut it apart and added sliding support arms under the wings. Works well now.
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are you happy with the single pedestal support for the table?

BTW, nice storage shelves over the bed!

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Old 04-30-2013, 10:15 AM   #65
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The single stand works very well and is very stable. We can also turn the table 90 degrees when needed.

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We have added a Catalytic heater to the Tradewind as another source of heat for boon docking. Installed it on a small flat screen TV arm. Have not used it yet. We spent two months in AZ and the weather warm. Pics of he install.
We now have over 30,000 miles on the Tradewind sense we completed it in April of 2011 with no major issues other than replacing the electronic board in the hot water heater and the high temp switch on the furnace. We replaced the tires before our trip south this year, did not want to push our luck with the tires. Still towing with our 1965 Burb.

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