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The weight added could not be more than the weight of the liquid product. Couple of gallons, maybe 20 lbs. or less, I'm guessing.
Ditto! This is the first window/wall unit install in a pup that I've seen that doesn't look goofy as everything. Congratulations!
I also have a '95 Dutchman. I love it!
That is a beautiful site.
It looks like a beautiful idea to me.
My previous pup had crank down stabilizers, similar to these:
Nice job. It folds. It's free standing. It's a home build. What's not to like?
Thanks. I am going to have to take a while and look at every day. :)
Would love to look at it, but it's asking me to sign in to Blogger.
I second the use of pliers. Channelocks or equivalent are my go-to.
Welcome from Windham Springs, AL!
I have a self inflating sleeping pad that I used on top of the dinette cushion/bed the last time I went camping, and it felt almost luxurious.
Gotcha. Thanks for the idea!
This works for me too. It's not really very heavy when you put your legs into it.
I've never seen a highway gear like that!
Interesting. Sounds straightforward, but I sure would like a picture.
Installed a tp holder.
Nice! Often my brain goes into cute overload or pattern overload or color overload when looking at some remodels. Not here. Yes, I see cute and...
Enjoy all your time with your Dad. You won't regret a minute of Camp Dad.
Pictures, please. Those pop up truck campers are cool.
What a cutie. Who's the soundtrack?