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Old 11-06-2011, 06:13 PM   #1
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U Haul Parts some for sale most free. Most of my rebuild is done on our VT. Have the following:
Original working converter $50+ shipping
Tri light with 3 red Uhaul covers 2 cracked $9+ shipping
The following are free you pick up or pay shipping
Stove
Headliner carpet
2 sink traps
Shore power cover and interior box
Shore power cord (end with plug has been spliced and taped to repair wear from pulling in and out)
original faucet works
Water pressure regulator.
Vent for parts

CT Table and solar panel with charger are spoken for at present

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Old 11-06-2011, 07:01 PM   #2
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Hey Mike,

Post pix of your rebuild! Have you done anything different since Roy's fishfry?

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Old 11-06-2011, 09:22 PM   #3
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Converter, faucet and water pressure

Mike, The Converter would work in the CT as well I presume? If so, I would be interested in it as a backup and maybe the faucet and water pressure unit.
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U Haul Parts some for sale most free. Most of my rebuild is done on our VT. Have the following:
Original working converter $50+ shipping
Tri light with 3 red Uhaul covers 2 cracked $9+ shipping
The following are free you pick up or pay shipping
Stove
Headliner carpet
2 sink traps
Shore power cover and interior box
Shore power cord (end with plug has been spliced and taped to repair wear from pulling in and out)
original faucet works
Water pressure regulator.
Vent for parts

CT Table and solar panel with charger are spoken for at present

Mike Meyer
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Old 11-07-2011, 08:27 AM   #4
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U Haul Parts some for sale most free. Most of my rebuild is done on our VT. Have the following:
Original working converter $50+ shipping
Tri light with 3 red Uhaul covers 2 cracked $9+ shipping
The following are free you pick up or pay shipping
Stove
Headliner carpet
2 sink traps
Shore power cover and interior box
Shore power cord (end with plug has been spliced and taped to repair wear from pulling in and out)
original faucet works
Water pressure regulator.
Vent for parts

CT Table and solar panel with charger are spoken for at present

Mike Meyer
Mike,

If you still have them, I would be interested in the stove. Also, which vent? Roof or over the stove? Please PM me with costs to ship to Columbus, Ohio

Thanks,

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Old 11-07-2011, 03:30 PM   #5
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rebuild

Cindy: We have done a few things I don't know if i had the table/bed finished but it has been tested, modified and retested I just need to shave .5" off 1 end and it will pass.
Replaced Uhaul Solar panel with 50 Watt and new solar controller
New step made from recycled parts
new headliner
new foam and washed cushions covers
rewired the 12V and added a fuse block and 2 new 12V outlets outside the trailer for our ARB fridge/freezer
Added portable solar panels
and a new shelf in the back
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Old 11-07-2011, 03:32 PM   #6
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Mike,

If you still have them, I would be interested in the stove. Also, which vent? Roof or over the stove? Please PM me with costs to ship to Columbus, Ohio

Thanks,

Marty De
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Old 11-07-2011, 03:40 PM   #7
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Very pretty VT mods, Mike! Thanks for the pix!

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Old 11-08-2011, 03:31 PM   #8
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Very,very nice job! Your trailer looks great.
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Old 11-08-2011, 05:47 PM   #9
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Thumbs up Solar panel battery charging without converter?

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Cindy: We have done a few things I don't know if i had the table/bed finished but it has been tested, modified and retested I just need to shave .5" off 1 end and it will pass.
Replaced Uhaul Solar panel with 50 Watt and new solar controller
New step made from recycled parts
new headliner
new foam and washed cushions covers
rewired the 12V and added a fuse block and 2 new 12V outlets outside the trailer for our ARB fridge/freezer
Added portable solar panels
and a new shelf in the back
picts attached
Very Truthfully, I would love to own one like yours but I'll have to be happy with my CT. I sure like all your mods and especially those portable solar panels! I suspect they along with your new one on the rooftop will do a good job of keeping the battery up with normal use each night without 110V converter charging?
charging?
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Old 11-08-2011, 05:57 PM   #10
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Very Truthfully, I would love to own one like yours but I'll have to be happy with my CT. I sure like all your mods and especially those portable solar panels! I suspect they along with your new one on the rooftop will do a good job of keeping the battery up with normal use each night without 110V converter charging?
charging?
The VT is pretty rare.We just got back form Ocracoke NC where we stayed at the National park campground(no electricity or hot water)for 6 days two of which were cloudy and 2 partly cloudy. Ran my ARB freezer off my 2-12v deep cycle batteries and froze 8 bottles of water each day and transfered those to a cooler as a worst case experiment to see how they would do.Had no problems except for the one night after the most cloudy day we had a movie on the TV DVD player off an inverter. The next morning I had a low battery warning. I figure during the summer with more sunlight time an it being higher in the sky(better solar angle) I can go a week without problems. Probably will go with 2- 6V golf cart batteries as they will let me discharge further and not damage the battery.
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Old 11-08-2011, 06:46 PM   #11
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Wounderful job on the VT,looks nice, the step is a very good Idea, it'll keep alot of dirt out of the trailer
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Old 11-09-2011, 07:17 PM   #12
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if you still have the uhaul solar panel mounts or the solar panel and wanna sell them Im interested....Bruce
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OK, now another unaccounted-for VT. Your VT, Roger. I can no longer keep up with where they all are. Roger, where did yours come from? I used to know where most of the 10 to 12 of them were. Did you buy Spencer's? I don't know what happened to the one in Nebraska either.

And one appeared in CA that I am not sure where it came from. I am thinking it is Ami's.

So, as far as I know: 2 in CA (possibly 3 if Ami still has his), one in NY, one in IL, one in IN (or is it two?), one in KS, one in Canada, one that used to be in Nebraska, and I am blanking on where I used to know the rest were. Spencer had one in CO that he sold on ebay.

Darn, I am getting behind on VTs.

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Old 11-09-2011, 08:05 PM   #14
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I got mine from Spencer in Co., it is housed in Wichita Ka, spencer got it from Montana, and that guy got it up the road in Montana, was there for 20 years
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