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    Re: pjones1969 Cyclone 3800

    Quote Originally Posted by alwaysbusy View Post
    When we were at the service center there, we were told it was installed like this so one would not forget to close it and then break it off when closing the slide.
    Plenty of room in the 3800



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    Re: pjones1969 Cyclone 3800

    Maybe the floor didn't change to make model specific? Just a guess. Our slide would surely take it off, not enough room like yours.
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    8-26-17

    Raised head of mattress in bedroom 2" (2x4 width across with 1/2" OSB 16" wide), makes a difference.


    Mattress hung over bed support board about 4", in order to gain access to the under bed storage we would have to reach way back to grab the wood and lift, so I bent a piece of SS tubing and installed a grab bar we could get to easily


    Added a few hooks for keys


    Had this shelf laying around, it was on top of an older projection tv to hold a DVD player. I mounted it in my front basement storage for the satellite receiver for the outside tv and organized all of the wiring. Since I installed the roof mount satellite I don't have to hook up anything for the tvs when we arrive, everything is wired and ready to go.


    Installed Valterra gate valve on main connection.


    I also organized the wiring in the cabinet under the main tv


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    Re: pjones1969 Cyclone 3800

    8-27-17

    Built shelves in bedroom closet (removed clothes hanger rod from this section)


    Built shelves in the kitchen dead space under pantry



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    Re: pjones1969 Cyclone 3800

    9-16-17

    Tabletop legs loose under bed were binding against the bed frame when putting it out and buckling the luan sides so I screwed 2 straps to the the hydraulic ram frame to secure the 7 tabletop legs for storage and re-stapled the luan sides

    Built shelves on both sides of the hydraulic ram framework under the bed, attached it to the bed frame so it moves in/out with it. One side has fans and electric heaters and the other side has all of the central vac components, these were also falling over / into the path and getting smashed between the bed frame and the hydraulic frame

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    Re: pjones1969 Cyclone 3800

    10-8-17

    Filled my freshwater tank when I left the N. TX Rally the weekend before, went and set up at the local elementary school parking lot and cleaned all of the bugs that get stuck to the underside of the awnings from a tip I got at the rally, mix up a soapy solution and apply with a scrub brush pole, roll up and let them marinate for 15-20 minutes, roll out and rinse off, it worked pretty good.

    Strung out the water hoses and cleaned the roof, got the milky run off all down the sides of the rig, after finishing the roof I put some Dicor on two little spots then came down to clean the sides, it was way too hot and was drying as fast as I could clean it off with the Aero Cosmetics Wash Wax All, so I started doing much smaller areas, wasn’t getting anywhere with the heat so I did the best I could and need to wait for better conditions and clean the entire rig.
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