The saga continues. The custom pipe builder could not make the pipe that he said he could. Even if he could, he doesn’t have the size pipe I need in stock. So now it’s in the hands of the custom hot rod builder who has the pipe but no way to expand the end of the pipe to slip over the existing pipe. He ordered a special clamp to connect the old and new pipe together, so tomorrow I’ll check to see if it has arrived.
In the mean time, I drove to the RV dealer who is going to look at the inverter on Thursday, just so I know where he is located. I introduced myself and we chatted a bit about inverter replacements. He’s done quite a few and was surprised when I told him Winnebago has a direct replacement for the unit I have, a direct bolt in. He said he’s never seen one that didn’t require rewiring and would love to know about this new unit.
We’ll have to see what the warranty company says about the whole deal.
Just a word about my extended warranty. I chose to purchase one when I bought my Journey. It was expensive, but it covers me for 7 years/100K miles for a cost of $3.44 a month. I thought it was a good deal and over the years I’ve more than made back my money on repairs. This inverter replacement will put me way over the top. It’s worked for me, just a few hoops to jump through with the warranty company to comply with their requirements. I plan on renewing when it runs out next year.
So it wasn’t the kind of Bull’s Eye I was looking for. But tonight, I saw quite a few Bull’s Eyes. Taylor and Kierra belong to an archery club and practice twice a week. They love sending their arrows down range into targets.
Kierra does well. but Taylor is the family “Robin Hood”.
Not too shabby for an eight year old young lady!
The green feathered arrow on the right was a “helper” shot from Kierra. :c)
Of course, little Rebekah was there to cheer her big sisters on.
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