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Old 09-08-2013, 08:46 PM   #379
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Really like both the door baskets and the static cling numbers, have them earmarked for future reference.

At Ikea the other day and picked up some nice little Salt and Pepper Shakers. Interesting how you mind browses differently once you have in incurable case of Aluminum Fever.
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Old 09-08-2013, 10:14 PM   #380
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New aluminum tile mosaic back splash for the lavatory.
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Old 09-08-2013, 10:37 PM   #381
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New aluminum tile mosaic back splash for the lavatory.
That is cool!!!!
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Old 09-08-2013, 10:53 PM   #382
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WHY would you (anyone actually) need a drill to operate the stabilizers? It's just not that hard.
The drill adapter is the way to go! It is fast and easy
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Old 09-08-2013, 11:13 PM   #383
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Old 09-09-2013, 01:50 AM   #384
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I got and use a Harbor Freight speed wrench and a a wobble head socket that are short enough to fit into my tool box rather than the long unit that came with the trailer. It also has rotating grips for both hand locations. It works on both the Hensley screw jacks and the stabilizer legs. I also have the drill option, but the battery seems to know I need to use it and requires a charge at that moment...
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Now that we have the Airstream, my interest for novelty lighters has been re-ignited in an endearing way. Can't have too many fun and useful things in the Airstream.Click image for larger version

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Shakin' it up a bit!

I got these S & P shakers and the handy little caddy which can be attached to a wall or cabinet on sale for $3 at Camping World!
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A Toast to the toaster!

New, lightweight, stainless and blue toaster from Sam's Club. It fits perfectly on the bottom shelf under the sink in our '91 Excella.
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New, lightweight, stainless and blue toaster from Sam's Club. It fits perfectly on the bottom shelf under the sink in our '91 Excella.
Love what you did to your trailer! It looks great!
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I got and use a Harbor Freight speed wrench and a a wobble head socket that are short enough to fit into my tool box rather than the long unit that came with the trailer. It also has rotating grips for both hand locations. It works on both the Hensley screw jacks and the stabilizer legs. I also have the drill option, but the battery seems to know I need to use it and requires a charge at that moment...
Part number or other specs, Switz?? My original one busted :-(
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Old 09-09-2013, 05:29 PM   #390
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Dang!! Is that your remodeling work?? Beautiful!!
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Yes this is my remodeling work. I wish I could say it was fun but....Well NOW the fun begins!
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Yes this is my remodeling work. I wish I could say it was fun but....Well NOW the fun begins!
Amazing! Just amazing!!
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