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Old 08-06-2012, 07:53 PM   #1
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Default Check the wires underneath your rv.

Just came home last night after a 1200 mile round trip to Sandpoint Idaho.
Today I cralwed under neath just to check and see where I could install my new quicky tank rinser,Then I noticed that the wires were just running tru the holes in the frame, so over time the wires would rub right thru and cause shorts or could cause a fire. I took pieces of rubber hose and wrapped it around the wires and slid it thru the holes where the wires could rub. I tied them up with zip ties so it acctually looks neat.

Cruiser did cut some corners in that department. So I would encourage all of you to crawl underneath your trailer and check the wires.
They may have only done this on shadow cruisers I don't know.

Thought just to give every one heads up on this .
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Old 08-07-2012, 06:53 PM   #2
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Default wires

Wires that were rubbing on steel were an issue in our FunFinder also. We did much the same repair as you did to keep them from rubbing through. We also tied up a lot of wires that just seemed to be dangling without support.
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