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    Mods

    Nice weather is allowing some mods to be completed
    Sewer storage painted and on
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    Nice, that mod is also on my long to do list.
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    What's different or better than the bumper storage?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ACDogs View Post
    What's different or better than the bumper storage?
    That looks like the fence post with a gutter tray mod... the fence post won't rust and holds some of the larger connectors.

    Personally, I like our hose storage... it's a 6" perforated drain pipe next to the dump valves. There's room for our elbow and a pair of gloves, plus our rain gutter hose supports.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ACDogs View Post
    What's different or better than the bumper storage?
    Sewer connections donít fit in the bumper and even the hose is a tight fit
    The 5 inch fence post makes it easy


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lane Hog View Post
    That looks like the fence post with a gutter tray mod... the fence post won't rust and holds some of the larger connectors.

    Personally, I like our hose storage... it's a 6" perforated drain pipe next to the dump valves. There's room for our elbow and a pair of gloves, plus our rain gutter hose supports.
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    Yes I like that as well
    I had the fence post from my old trailer so just reused it


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    Within three hours of first arrival at home, my first "mod" was the RV Lock (removed from the former TT). Not much else from the former TT will fit the new 337, so I may have to do an online "rummage sale".

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    Here are some minor mods we did.
    A simple was way to secure the propane tanks. Just a lock with a long shackle. I already had the lock.
    A no longer used tool bag my wife had made protects the jack head.
    There is also a cheap very low power solar panel I use to keep the batteries charged while in storage mounted on top of the propane cover.
    And our very long time boat's name was "Attitude Adjustment" so we adapted that for our trailer name.
    Oh and the first was to rotate the jack head so I could open my tailgate.

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    Just finished installing 3 roof vent covers on our 2600RB. 1 hour 20 minutes. If I knew it was that easy I would have done it sooner.
    Jay Leonard
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    Quote Originally Posted by jleonard View Post
    Just finished installing 3 roof vent covers on our 2600RB. 1 hour 20 minutes. If I knew it was that easy I would have done it sooner.
    I just finished the same mod last week. The hardest part was standing back up after being stooped over for so long. This 36 yo body just isn't that young anymore. I'm scared of what 50 is going to bring me.
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