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Old 04-30-2012, 07:35 PM   #181
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if you look real close you can see my exhaust, I'll take a better picture tomorrow for you



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Old 04-30-2012, 07:42 PM   #182
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Now. That is pretty
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Old 04-30-2012, 07:44 PM   #183
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Now. That is pretty
Thank you....that slid-in-slide sure does get attention
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Yes it should. Getting our 36fl in one week. Getting real ready. Dealer demo. Hope they fixed the shower door. We will see.
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Dave, yours is in same locationas mine, butyours is at a good height.
How close is it to the lower part of the RL side panel (ie. how much space above it?) while you are measuring.
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Old 04-30-2012, 07:57 PM   #186
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Yes it should. Getting our 36fl in one week. Getting real ready. Dealer demo. Hope they fixed the shower door. We will see.
The shower door isn't that big of a deal really. I might get 2 or 3 ounces of water on the floor and that's about it. After I dry off I drop the towel on the floor and it's gone. I spend more time squeegeeing the glass shower than I do wiping up water. I just ordered a water softener so the shower should get easier to keep clean.
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Old 04-30-2012, 08:00 PM   #187
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Dave, yours is in same locationas mine, butyours is at a good height.
How close is it to the lower part of the RL side panel (ie. how much space above it?) while you are measuring.
I'll take some close-up pictures for you tomorrow and I'll also measure but I think it's only about 2 inches below the frame rail. I was happy when I saw it because like I had posted earlier, I saw one at the factory that was only about 5 inches off the ground.
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Yes it should. Getting our 36fl in one week. Getting real ready. Dealer demo. Hope they fixed the shower door. We will see.
Congrats on your FL...I'm sure you'll be happy with it. What equipment and color are you getting?
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Yes it should. Getting our 36fl in one week. Getting real ready. Dealer demo. Hope they fixed the shower door. We will see.
Congrats on your FL...I'm sure you'll be happy with it. What equipment and color are you getting?
We purchased the Demo model from the RV show in Toronto. Standard Colour.Convection Microwave, 12 cuft fridge, central vac, fire place, fantastic fans, dish washer, 2nd air cond, heat pump, trail air pin box and G rated tires.



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Bud that sounds like a nice unit. Congratulations!
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Yes it should. Getting our 36fl in one week. Getting real ready. Dealer demo. Hope they fixed the shower door. We will see.
Congrats on your FL...I'm sure you'll be happy with it. What equipment and color are you getting?
We purchased the Demo model from the RV show in Toronto. Standard Colour.Convection Microwave, 12 cuft fridge, central vac, fire place, fantastic fans, dish washer, 2nd air cond, heat pump, trail air pin box and G rated tires.


That sounds like a great trailer....post pictures when you can
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The chrome tip for the generator exhaust is 9" x 1 1/2" inlet; 1 5/8" outlet. Hedmann #: 17155



http://www.jegs.com/i/Hedman/500/17155/10002/-1?CT=999



http://www.summitracing.com/parts/HED-17155

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Have your dealer pour a cup or glass of water in the door channel..That should help them find your leak quickly...Our shower leaked at both ends and all along the bottom of the channel where it attaches to the tub...Was likewatching a bvabbling brook...well maybe not that bad but enough to completely soak a large bath towel.
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Thanks. I will call him now and ask them to do that. Great Idea.



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The chrome tip for the generator exhaust is 12" x 1 1/2" inlet; 1 5/8" outlet. Hedman #: 17155



http://www.jegs.com/i/Hedman/500/17155/10002/-1?CT=999



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Thanks...I'll order one
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what is the chrome tip for the generator for?
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what is the chrome tip for the generator for?
Just makes it look nice. We spend all this money on our trailers and trucks, we might as well make them look nice
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Just makes it look nice.* We spend all this money on our trailers and trucks, we might as well make them look nice
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It's a well known fact the adding chrome to any mechanical device improves it.
I expect to gain about 500 watts of added power and 2 extra hours of run time just by adding a chrome tip to my generator exhaust... your results may vary..
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