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Old 12-19-2011, 12:48 PM   #477
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Yes it about the same thing as a boat kill switch. I put My switch on th step well. The way I did it was to drill a large hole for a Cole Hersee recesser plate #5543 $6.42. With a key hole saw for the recesses plate to fit in. "I had to drill a hole for the switch to fit in it. That way I went to a key switch. I didn't have room for a handle in the recesser plate" Thin I drill a hole for the switch "That way I had a pilot hole to drill my switch in the center. I put two switches in One for MoHo an one for the starter.

If you don't like the way I did it open the battery box cover and put some angle iron on your battery box an install the switch's. I like My way the best!! I put my key on a hook just inside the door for now.

About the keys "You do have some key for your (My) MoHo". LOL

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Old 12-19-2011, 04:28 PM   #478
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Alfa,
Love to see a photo of your handy work!
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Old 12-19-2011, 04:48 PM   #479
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I can do it after Xmas. We are going to have 30 people over here . The wife an I are gitting everthng set up for Christmas party.

By the way "MERRY CHRISTMAS"
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Old 12-22-2011, 08:49 PM   #480
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what did you remove from your motorhome today

Might could start a 'what did you remove from your motorhome today' thread, and then post to this one with what it was replaced with
Haven't got that far yet.

Everything including the kitchen sink goes. Keeping the main faucet though. Its curtains for that cooker!
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Old 12-24-2011, 05:40 AM   #481
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What ya doing Elbundi.... Granite?
Want to see!

As for me...
Sing along....

On the 10th day of Christmas USPS gave to me...
Twenty LED's...
Ten G4 bases...
And a Compass, for my Airstream....
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Old 12-24-2011, 08:26 PM   #482
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Might could start a 'what did you remove from your motorhome today' thread, and then post to this one with what it was replaced with
Haven't got that far yet.

Everything including the kitchen sink goes. Keeping the main faucet though. Its curtains for that cooker!
I like that idea. Lol. I have stuff I would post. I would also post on there the things y'all can have. :-)
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Old 12-26-2011, 07:23 PM   #483
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Might could start a 'what did you remove from your motorhome today' thread, and then post to this one with what it was replaced with
Haven't got that far yet.

Everything including the kitchen sink goes. Keeping the main faucet though. Its curtains for that cooker!
I will buy the blender and water heater.
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Old 12-27-2011, 08:57 AM   #484
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I will buy the blender and water heater.
the nutone stuff is spoken for but the water heater is still available. pm me your offer and we can take it from there.
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Old 12-27-2011, 12:52 PM   #485
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i never seem to have the right bolt or nut and running down the mountain and into town is a couple hour trip and a half tank of gas in the truck, so hopefully this will hold me over for a bit...
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Might could start a 'what did you remove from your motorhome today' thread, and then post to this one with what it was replaced with
Mostly I remove water...so far!
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Old 12-27-2011, 08:16 PM   #487
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Mostly I remove water...so far!
Water? Hoping that you're not having leaks like Keyair.....which reminds me, after the rains we had here in St Pete, FL today, maybe I need to get out in the AS moho and see if I've got any leaks......
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Its not a matter of if...
Its where and how much!
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just out in moho. Not too bad a rain today, off and on, and nothing 'monsoon'. No puddles that I can see, and nothing wet. Realized over weekend, it's HIGH time to get to work on front drivers and passenger window tracks!
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Not so much for Motorhome, but for ME!

MeanLoGreen found the Airstream Classic Motorhome belt buckle on Ebay, then I found this!
Wow, already mine!
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