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Old 08-04-2018, 09:17 AM   #21
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For future reference, if you want to attach a picture, look below the reply box and click on Go Advanced. Then scroll down to Attach Files and click on Manage Attachments.
An attach image button for pictures would be a very good thing to help the less techy
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Old 08-04-2018, 06:07 PM   #22
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An attach image button for pictures would be a very good thing to help the less techy
There already is one. There are a couple of sets of instructions which might help you in loading pictures. Go to http://www.montanaowners.com/forums/...ad.php?t=70323 and read posts #8 and #25.
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Old 08-05-2018, 02:57 PM   #23
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Yes i know of it being done and it looks goood
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Old 08-06-2018, 09:40 AM   #24
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I installed a Shoreline Reels Technology Research Corp CS12D-SR Motorized Cord Storage Reel. All it needs is 12 v. I've had it for many hears. i love it!
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This is another mod I have been interested in performing. I am not sure it if was ever offered as a option on the 2015 3440RL models however the street side read panel looks like it is suitable for fitting the reel and is adjacent to the power connection in the rear cap. I have looked at all the information I could find online regarding the CS12D-SR and it appears to a bolt on add-on. On the 3440RL floor plan the fresh water tank is on the opposite side of the frame where the reel would be bolted. My question or concern for anyone in the know is how close is the tank on the other side of the frame to the frame? I will need to drill the frame for the bolts and need access to place hardware on the opposite side. I know I could drop the corroplast but I only want to do it once when the time comes to install. I have never dropped the underbelly and from what I have gathered here on the forum it's at best no fun and at worse could be a bit of a can of worms regarding the fasteners. Thanks.
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Old 08-09-2018, 01:40 PM   #26
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I was lucky. I have a 2010 3400RL The bedroom TV is 12v. This is the one you can hook up in the basement. There is a 12v socket there. The reel holds a 35 ft 50 amp cord.
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Old 08-11-2018, 04:06 AM   #27
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This is another mod I have been interested in performing. I am not sure it if was ever offered as a option on the 2015 3440RL models however the street side read panel looks like it is suitable for fitting the reel and is adjacent to the power connection in the rear cap. I have looked at all the information I could find online regarding the CS12D-SR and it appears to a bolt on add-on. On the 3440RL floor plan the fresh water tank is on the opposite side of the frame where the reel would be bolted. My question or concern for anyone in the know is how close is the tank on the other side of the frame to the frame? I will need to drill the frame for the bolts and need access to place hardware on the opposite side. I know I could drop the corroplast but I only want to do it once when the time comes to install. I have never dropped the underbelly and from what I have gathered here on the forum it's at best no fun and at worse could be a bit of a can of worms regarding the fasteners. Thanks.
The corroplast is only hard when you first drop it and reinstall. Removing the nails and replacing with screws takes a bit of extra effort. After the screws are in it it pretty easy and servicable.
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