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Re: Cigarette Lighter mikekurtz1 Tue Jul 07 06:01:00 2009

Freddie

Call ron sommers at 574 294 2363 and he can get you what you need. 

Mike
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-----Original Message-----
From: John Salitore <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

Date: Tue, 7 Jul 2009 07:43:06 -0500 (GMT-05:00)
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: Re: Cigarette Lighter



Thanks Slabman, seeking out larger lighters as we speak and we had also planned 
to put some 12V outlets on the left of the drawer.  Worse come worse I'll put a 
dig clock in the 2" hole.

All the best,

Freddie

-----Original Message-----
>From: Slabman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>Sent: Jul 6, 2009 11:05 PM
>To: Travel Supreme Motorhome/5th Wheel Owners <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>Subject: Re: Cigarette Lighter
>
>
>Freddie, yes, I remember you.  I measured my cig lighter and find it
>to be about 7/8 in. I.D., with the hole in the dash to be a tad
>larger....maybe 15/16"?  Have you tried to locate another brand of cig
>lighter to install in its place?  One with just a slightly larger
>diameter flange...if there IS one out there.  Failing that, I guess
>I'd look around for something like a washer that would go over the
>receptacle and increase its O.D enough to not go through the hole.
>I'm betting you could find something that would work at Elliott's
>Hardware on Maple St. in Dallas.  Now I know that's out of your zip
>code, but the people over here at Elliott's really ARE nice and can
>help you.  Besides, you really need to get out of Cowtown and see the
>bright lights of Dallas once in a while.  LOL!
>
>I guess the other approach is to simply glue the old one in place and
>cover it off.  There'll be room on that same panel or on the left side
>of the wooden drawer cabinet below or on the left side console panel
>in front of the map pocket to install a new one.  That is where I have
>my 3 plugs are located.  It's a simple matter to just wire them in
>parallel on the same line, providing you don't use them for a cig.
>lighter.  The beauty of these TS units is all that area is accessible
>behind the dash with the removal of a few screws.  Come to think of
>it, I also have another plug BEHIND the dash for my XM satellite
>radio.  With all the gadgets "we need" these days just to drive, one
>can never have too many of these power sources.
>
>While you're under there, you can alter the hot feed to your Driver
>Info. Center readout so you can actually read it during daylight.
>There is a wiring schematic on the back to guide you.
>
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