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2011 Traverse + 2001 25' Safari
2011 Traverse + 2001 25' Safari
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User Garfield
Category Member's Photos
Dimensions 1024 x 379 | 1600 x 592
2011 Chevy Traverse + 2001 25SS Safari
2011 Chevy Traverse + 2001 25SS Safari
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User Garfield
Category 2000's Airstream Trailers
Dimensions 1024 x 397 | 1200 x 465
Garfield & Friends
Garfield & Friends
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User Garfield
Category Member's Photos
Dimensions 430 x 370
Hensley & Barker 3000 Electric Tongue Jack
Hensley & Barker 3000 Electric Tongue Jack
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User Garfield
Category Member's Photos
Dimensions 800 x 535
Water Pump Attachment For Winterizing
Water Pump Attachment For Winterizing
Description I built this attachment to introduce RV antifreeze into the water system in my 2001 Safari. It consists of a copper elbow with 1/2" ID screw cap that attaches directly to the water pump intake (filter side). To that I press fitted a 3 foot section of 3/8" ID low pressure vinyl tubing (with the help of a heat gun -- no pipe clamp requried). Now all I have to do is unscrew the intake from the water pump and screw on the attachment, insert the hose into the jug of RV antifreeze and turn the pump on. I had to do this because my Safari didn't come with a "T" valve, and there's little room in the water pump compartment to install one. A note about my winterizing procedure: The instructions that came with my Safari indicated that the plumbing should be blown out with compressed air and then pour some RV antifreeze into the drain traps. To me, that isn't sufficient as residual water can settle at low points in the system and still freeze potentially causing damage. Also, leaving the lines empty leaves the possiblity of mould forming. Instead, I just drain the water tank and open all valves including the low point drains and let the system gravity drain, then connect the show hose to the intake side of the water pump and charge the whole system with RV antifreeze by turning on each faucet. (Make sure the low point drains are closed). There's no need to blow the system out and there's no chance of any water settling and potentially freezing.
User Garfield
Category Member's Photos
Dimensions 800 x 531
Maxxfan - Closed
Maxxfan - Closed
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User Garfield
Category Member's Photos
Dimensions 1024 x 680
Maxxfan - open
Maxxfan - open
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User Garfield
Category Member's Photos
Dimensions 1024 x 680 | 1280 x 850
Maxxfan
Maxxfan
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User Garfield
Category Member's Photos
Dimensions 1024 x 680 | 1280 x 850
Maxxfan
Maxxfan
Description This is a shot of our new MaxxFan which replaced our Fantastic Fan w/rain sensor. We really like the MaxxFan because you can leave it open for ventilation all the time -- while camping, towing and in storage -- without fear of rain coming in. It's also quieter than the Fantastic Fan but doesn't push quite as much air due to the enclosed cover. Still, being able to leave it open for ventilation all the time is a big bonus. It's also much easier to use than the motorized FF. I highly recommend this fan.
User Garfield
Category Member's Photos
Dimensions 1024 x 710 | 1280 x 887
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