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Old 12-14-2003, 01:59 PM   #1
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Glad I have my "butt plug" installed, keeps the winter snow and rain out,simple,ugly, yet very functional! more to come


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Old 12-14-2003, 02:22 PM   #2
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what is your....er....butt plug made out of?

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Old 12-14-2003, 03:23 PM   #3
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This is the device in its "up" position, pushed down it covers the vent stack completly.
Have more pictures,but I'am new to this forum thing, not to mention a first time AS owner, and have some difficulty sending
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When the "owners Pics" is up and running, I will post all pics then.
Its really no big deal, its made from scrap aluminum and is friction fit,pics will do it better justice".
Its also rated to over 60mph [forgot they were on]
If theres enough [any] interest perhaps PM me and I'll try to send complete pics, or perhaps even mass produce-ha, ha
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Isn't this just a vent to a black or grey tank? I seem to recall Inland RV's Andy commenting recently on no need to worry about water down the vent (though gaskets need checking on older units to prevent water into walls).
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i think that is what he is doing. keepin the water out of the non existant gasket!

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Its also rated to over 60mph [forgot they were on]
Good one, Markus, you gave me my laugh for the day
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