This weekend I installed an ultrabreeze cover for my fantastic fan.
-Installed a bunch of pop-a-stuff from CAMCO.
-Added a storage shelf under the dinette for office supplies: Amazon.com: S.Solutions 814 Add-A-Drawer Kit: Automotive
Buyer Beware... it is for only a single shelf... because of this it is overpriced. If it were two, it would be fair.
-Converted the lights throughout the coach to LED.
1. Used bulb replacement for small lights. Interior and storage compartment lights.
2. Used cabin bright for the florescent. Highly recommend. Easy install, and can set it up for ease of conversion back to old florescent if you are concerned with stock setups. Amazon.com: Cabin Bright - 15-18 Inch 12 Volt LED Fluorescent Tube Replacement: Automotive
Now the entire coach lit up on the inside is the same as what two lights previously cost in energy.
Still need to do all marker lights, and clearance lights.
-Identified the issue with the Dash A/C. The binary switch is bad, and would not turn on regardless of pressure on high or low side. I decided I would switch it out, and am used to applications with schrader valves under each switch, so I went to take it off, and made quite a mess. Got it back on before I lost all pressure, so I do not have to replace the evaporator. Pressure at rest once I got it back on was 55psi. So swapped out switch for a fuse. Will leave my pressure manifold in the hood and check the AC at stops.
Purchased two of these fans, and love them! Kept the entire coach warm on our shakedown cruise during 38 deg nights. Amazon.com - Vornado VH2 Whole Room Vortex Heater - Space Heaters
Also discovered the PO had an endless breeze fan, but they pulled it from the unit when they sold it to us.
On the to do list...
1. Adding an air hose to the compressor system with a manual cut off in the line: Commercial-Quality 50' Auto-Rewind Air Hose Reel with 3/8 RUBBER Hose - Air Tool Hose Reels - Amazon.com
2. Scrape out vulkem on back windows and reseal (had a slow leak on the driver/street side)
3. Tint the back windows.
4. Remove all the plastic trim yellowing with age, and repaint it white: Amazon.com: Rust-Oleum 248922 Automotive 11-Ounce Vinyl and Fabric Spray Paint, Gloss White: Home Improvement
5. Learn what PSI my tires should be at for road trips to add to the check list.
6. Replace front tires.
7. Banks power pack.
8. Solar system in ballpark of 800kw
9. Replace Engine batteries. (using their warranty/not holding charge)
10. Consider moving the queen bed further to the rear.
11. Install a gas-tube lift on the engine compartment hatch. (Has anyone already done this?)
12. find the AC drain plugs and protect them from mud daubers.