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Old 09-04-2011, 01:22 PM   #1
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1- put up a 20'x55' camper cover, 20x10 is stroage with 45' for Kingston. Added a mesh tarp on a cable to keep the morning sun off

hard wired a 50 amp plug


2- Made a place for direct tv box and wired all tv's with a/b switches along with remote extenders that allows control of any tv.

3-rear hitch for fire ring/ grille


4- added round led lights underside of skirting in front. Four on each sideof camper.


5- replaced all running lights and break lights with leds

6-made double flag holder that fits between tripod and kingpin also holds name plate
7-built caddies for utensilsand cooking supplies.

8- This is the latest only six weeks old. Sorry you Chevy guys but it was about a deal not a name. The gas was struggling. Not a good pic will get a better on after this tropical storm moves off.


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Old 09-04-2011, 10:31 PM   #2
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Nice mods.
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Old 09-05-2011, 02:58 AM   #3
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Good job on the mods. We built a metal cover for our 5er right after we got it, best thing we could have done. We store the trailer there over the winter and it comes out almost shinny new each spring.
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Old 09-05-2011, 08:36 AM   #4
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On the LED lights....what is the wattage of them and where did you get them?

I removed all my down LED's off my Jayco and not going to put them back on this unit, I liked what you did.

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Old 09-05-2011, 08:56 AM   #5
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Nice work...how hard was the shelter to put up??



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Nice mods. You've been busy.



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Old 09-07-2011, 04:07 AM   #7
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Rillingrock... not sure the wattage on the lights but I got them at Walmart. In fact about 5 different ones to be able to get all 6 amber and 7 red. They even fit in the screw holes of old ones.

Gossamar it was a 10. I just about stole it. It was all stacked and labbled on a trailer for $1200 he needed money bad. I had to add 4 ft to the legs to get it high enough. I did it in the heat of the summer plus the hight was the killer. I'd consider having someone to put it up next time. I'am still fighting a leak or two in the seams but thats not bad.
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I forgot one I replaced every exposed screw on the outside with stainless steel and caulked then in. This would be a good trivia guestion, I replaced about 900 in I think three different lenghts. I will keep this one for a long timenow that all the kinks are straightened out. I think Crossroads quite making the Kingston because of ME. It went back to the factory twice from Louisiana. A total of 16 recliners then they bought me two Lazy Boys. That was only part of it. But as many have said they do have GREAT customer service. I have refered many and would buy another Crossroads.
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