Final bits to do (till the next idea)

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by Petest, Jul 3, 2016.

  1. Petest


    Jan 23, 2016
    Solar fitted - done
    Most bulbs changed to LED - done
    Extra 12v socket - done
    Spotlight in cab - done
    Fridge gas jet - done
    Truma heater cover secured properly - done
    Bed support repaired - done
    Battery to battery charger (to keep cab battery charged from excess solar) - to do (ordered)
    Dog guard - to do (got bits)
    Extra leisure battery - to do (not ordered)
    External mount for avtex aerial - to do (waiting for inspiration)
    Gasit system (not ordered)
    Change cd radio (not ordered)

    That's about it until I read about something else that I fancy.

    I have to say thanks for the help and advice that has been given both in answer to my direct questions and that I have come across after searching.

    I dare say I'll be asking for more at some point. Thanks again one and all
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  2. movan

    movan Funster Life Member

    Dec 2, 2009
    Moving around
    you have missed loads off that list.....

    At a forthcoming meet:
    Help movan clean her roof (not done)
    Help movan put extra shelves up (not done)
    Help movan sort the radio out so she has music (not done)
    Help movan put an mp3 player in the van (not done)
    Help movan put blue tooth in her van (not done)

    Flippin' 'eck.... you are nowhere near finished .... you also havn't mentioned washing the dishes and all the other stuff you men should be thinking of for us women ;)
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  3. Feltwell

    Feltwell Funster

    Aug 27, 2014
    Do you *ever* finish though?

    If you're the sort that can happily ignore little problems, maybe you do. I bought my van from someone like that, they ignored all the minor niggly problems, that irritated me until I fixed them. Not to mention the myriad of little extras and improvements that I've made to make the van more suitable for us. But I just keep on finding extra jobs to do! Admittedly all the inherited bits that needed repairing have long since been done

    Example - today's little job - the garage has no light in it, bit of a pain when you arrive in the dark. I could put up with it - keep on using a torch as I have been so far. But no, that's too easy, I've discovered how unutterably brilliant LED strips are, and so cheap if you're willing to wait from them to come direct from China. £3 for a 2m long waterproof self-adhesive strip, perfect to stick under one of the bunk support rails, tough too. But the garage has doors on each side, so how about wiring in 2-way switches so you can switch on or off from either side, or even on from one side and off from the other, just like on your hallway at home. Yes, why not..............

    Good job I tend to keep vehicles for a while........:)

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