If you make it to the Methow Valley in north central Washington, give us a shout! Wood is a cutey. Have fun on your journey.
upgrades and modifications
Posted 30 April 2014 - 06:41 PM
Not all those who wander are lost." - J.R.R. Tolkien
The interstate system of highways is fine for getting where you need to be in a hurry, but it's the road less traveled that is more enjoyable. Take in the scenery before life passes you by in a blur.
Posted 11 May 2014 - 09:09 AM
we got a "little giant ladder system" so now i can easily clean the outside of the camper. especially the nose where the bugs are splattered. the scaffolding is nice. i took the picture before i spread the platform all the way across the nearest ladder section but you get the idea. its a great ladder to help work on the camper while at home.
Posted 11 June 2014 - 04:55 AM
newest upgrade? it was for the truck...a new stereo. the truck had the stock radio and no way to plug in my ipod. in the past while traveling if i lost a radio station i just turned the radio off. now, i have a stereo with an ipod docking station built into it. it works great. it keeps the ipod charged too. just when i think im done doing upgrades, i find something else. lol.
Posted 18 June 2014 - 10:32 PM
What are you using to keep warm?
Catalytic heaters don"t draw any electricity.
Led lights draw only 1/7 the amps compared to regular bulbs ( at least mine do )
This will help out the battery.
I'm looking at an 8 led lantern , powered by 1 tea light, wind proof, hopefully enough light for the inside of the camper.
Posted 22 June 2015 - 05:11 PM
my left taillight on the flatbed was having a ground issue so instead of just replacing it with another incandescent, i replaced both with led. wow...they are super bright!
they are this style light: https://www.superbri...CFQqVfgodwEoA8g
Posted 23 June 2015 - 04:46 AM
At $14.00 each, these are on my wish list. Wishing that I had more time to install them as back up lights.
i have the 4" worklights under my truck so when i pull into a spot in the dark (especially winter time) i can see the ground around me better. they are not the led though. the led work lights were too expensive for me a the time. ill get them changed out in time im sure. $14.00? seems too cheap! i wonder how the quality is? maybe im missing it but i cant find where it says what material the case is. mine right now are a thick rubber. its better than plastic for where i have mone mounted under the truck. better for rocks kicking up and all that.....on edit....oh....aluminum. hmmmm...i wonder how it would hold up?
Posted 23 June 2015 - 05:35 AM
One trick with Amazon is to put stuff that you'd like on your "wishlist". They often discount the original price to motivate you. Sometimes a price will drop as much as 30-percent if the manufacturer wants to clear out their inventory. Sometimes the discount is only 1-percent.
So keep an eye on the wishlist.
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