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  1. As many have said the real cost is going to be the labor from Oliver to do the different changes. I have the 390 AH lithium package simply because they were switching from the lifeblue to lithionics and I got the Lithionics at the old price. ($500 cheaper). The Lithionics are excellent batteries but there are many cheaper options that would work just as well. If considering changing the batteries I would also look at updating the wiring and adding a solar controller or sizing a new one one large enough for an external panel setup. Olivers factory wiring job under the streetside bed leaves much to be desired. Regarding the Truma upgrade I would consider looking at the Houghton that many of us have installed. It is just as quiet as the Truma but also includes a heat pump function (saves propane) that will keep you warm down to about 30 degrees. I was the one that got the quote for $5200 to change out the refrigerator. Way to expensive for me to consider so I will do it myself when the time comes. As always, upgrades depend on your ability, your checkbook or both!! ๐Ÿ˜‚ John
  2. Out of curiosity I submitted a ticket requesting a price to swap out my Norcold with the current Isotherm fridge. $5200!!!!!!! I guess I will be doing it myself when the time comes. ๐Ÿ˜‚
  3. You as well. Always fun talking to people who like to modify stuff and figure it out. ๐Ÿ˜Ž The plant travels in the truck with us. The plants rank slightly below the dog which ranks above me. Not sure if Iโ€™m ahead of the plants.๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚
  4. Oh yeah. Already did the larger table top out of walnut.
  5. Thanks! I do a little bit of woodworking so this was a piece of scrap mahogany I had sitting in a pile. It really makes coffee in bed easier. I covered the surface with some liner I use for tool drawers so the cups donโ€™t slide around. ๐Ÿ˜€
  6. Hereโ€™s a quick little modification for those who donโ€™t use the TV. I took ours out and repurposed the fold down mount by adding a small shelf to hold our coffee in the morning.
  7. I would suggest you go check out this YouTube channel. You will find detailed instructions on every part of a mobile electrical system. He also has wiring diagrams that you can follow. You are messing with large amount of electricity so you need to understand all aspects. Your inverter will require 4/0 cable. https://youtube.com/@EXPLORISTlife John
  8. OK, so on my 2021 the ones between the wheels were 6mm and the outside ones were 1/4. Sure would be nice if they lined up where you wanted when they bottomed out. ๐Ÿคทโ€โ™‚๏ธ
  9. I am going to change out the grease zerks for 45 degree fittings. What size are the fittings and are they all the same size? thanks, John
  10. So my kitchen faucet has become loose. Has anyone tightened this particular one. I donโ€™t want to disassemble more than I have to. Thanks, John
  11. Truma says that a 3000 watt generator is required to run the Aventa unit. A 20 amp outlet would not be sufficient.
  12. Thanks guys, Iโ€™ll check the manual. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป
  13. Where do I need to start to adjust this correctly. Do I need to adjust the positions of where the arms attach to the outer rail or is this caused by something else? I want to have an idea before I start messing with it. Thanks, John
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