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Old 05-21-2008, 03:54 PM   #1
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What I did this year to make my life some what better

All,
What I did this year to make my life some what better, while traveling with the beast.
1) Battery Disconnects on Neg terminals
2) Fixed all the de lamination to drivers side
3) Aluminum Dash To place under plastic factory one
4) Fan Fridge
5) Front Hitch for Hitch step to clean window, bike rack and flag pole
6) Cup holders, relocated small one added large cup holders
7) Side tables made with cup holders
8) Double rear hitch for jet Skies and Bike rake
9) Extension cord reel installed in basement
10) Led Side Clearance lights
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Old 05-21-2008, 04:22 PM   #2
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Looks sharp! Sounds like a lot of nice improvements too
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Old 05-21-2008, 07:40 PM   #3
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Looks pretty nifty. Those tables are nicely done too. You got all the toys. That's traveling in style. Nice looking pooch too! Now where are you off to to use them?

I guess our newest modifications would be a new 3 stage converter and monitor. Have to figure out digital tv tuner.
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Nice job. I too added LED running lights. I also converted one of the inside lights to fluorescent. I also just bought a 3 stage charger I plan on installing so I can stop cooking my batteries.
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Old 05-22-2008, 07:48 AM   #5
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Off this week end to Central Ohio
With the Jet Ski’s -Wife- kid- Dog
Can't go too far spent too much money on the repairs
But hey the tables are nice; I love the front receiver, made a flag pole holder out of spare ball hitch works great.
So all said I am excited about this season,
This fall planning on going out west for 3 weeks
Just have to save up for gas money, probably means I need to stay a way from Vegas.
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While looking back through old threads I came across this post. I like the narrow table idea with the cup holder built in. Just last week I was thinking I needed something like that. I especially like where it sits next to couch behind the driver seat.
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