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Old 04-27-2011, 03:12 AM   #85
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So we went to work, removed Original seats. greased and cleaned the adjustable seat mechanism.
cleaned the carpet and set the New ones from discount RV. truck

John it looks like you got the twins to my seats. The only difference I see is I added the adjustable arm rests. I'm happy with mine so far, hope you enjoy yours.

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Old 04-27-2011, 08:00 AM   #86
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New Capitan Chairs

Just got our new Capitan Chairs in from Discount Van RV. We had already had them send us some material like used on the new chairs and re-covered the overhead trim pieces.
Next, to replace the couch from Discount Van RV.
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Old 04-29-2011, 02:51 PM   #87
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Upgraded to a large body 200amp...single wire...had to recurve the top adjustment slot, but everything else was a slip in fit.
Now I don't watch the voltage gauge drop as I drive at night.
Also the hummervolt replaced with a Intella 60 amp.
Now with photo !
All done in place, after taking out the old alt, cut a curved area out of bracket with cop saw (long long blade)
Removed a cresent moon shape,
Bolted new alt to lower pivot mount, put belt on pulley, and wedged tight with bar.
Then slid top of bracket in place, being sure to have slot room on both sides of top bolt.
The cut curve does not match the adjustment slot curve.
That helps find best location to weld back in place.
TIG welded to avoid sparks.
I see better in photo than in person, and see I could weld some more now.

Nice to have more power than needed.

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Old 04-29-2011, 04:55 PM   #88
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SWEET!!!!
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Old 05-01-2011, 04:39 PM   #89
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New hoist, motor monts, starter, water seperator and duramax:-)
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Old 05-02-2011, 10:15 PM   #90
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I just looked thru your Blog AirRowen!
Lookin very cool there!

Not anywhere near as exciting...

As I posted on my own thread....
HiTemp silver engine paint for the Edelbrock intake...



And some gloss black for the carb..



And some Herculiner for the underside of the wheelarches, and trays etc!
PepBoys has a $20 off coupon... so $69.99 a gallon!
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Old 05-03-2011, 12:13 PM   #91
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Looking goooood!
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Old 05-04-2011, 11:03 AM   #92
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Thanks to you for the tip, Octane.

So, the Keyair Storage just keeps turning up gems!
I am still looking for the other set of BBC Valve covers...
I find a box within another box, and it was about the right size.....
Ahh-HA... I said to myself!
Opened it.... No Valve Covers, but something I forgot I had again!

An AWESOME pair of Hella FF200 HID Driving lamps!




I think I swapped them for something, and was gonna put them on my Jeep..

My Airstream is missing the Aux lamps on the front bumper and these will be perfect!
Seems they do Fog lamp versions oth them too!
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Cart in front of horse? Just dont want anyone putting gas in!!!!! :-(
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Old 05-04-2011, 05:07 PM   #94
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Cart in front of horse? Just dont want anyone putting gas in!!!!! :-(

Thats funny!
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I didn't get springs, or hoses, polishers or coffee pots. But today the UPS man did deliver me three red GelPro Anti-Fatigue floor mats. They are heavy enough not to slide or move around and so comfortable to walk on. The runner is 22" by 72" the other two are 36" long perfect sizes for my 22' International CCD. They look like carpet but they are a rubbery. Talk about easy cleaning, a broom and damp cloth should do it..
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I will trade you the Diesel cap for your xenon lamps!
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Old 05-05-2011, 07:01 PM   #97
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I didn't get springs, or hoses, polishers or coffee pots. But today the UPS man did deliver me three red GelPro Anti-Fatigue floor mats. They are heavy enough not to slide or move around and so comfortable to walk on. The runner is 22" by 72" the other two are 36" long perfect sizes for my 22' International CCD. They look like carpet but they are a rubbery. Talk about easy cleaning, a broom and damp cloth should do it..
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sounds good Bonnie, can you post some Pictures ?
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sounds good Bonnie, can you post some Pictures ?
And a link?
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