"NO" Intent Upgrades & Mods
“No Intent” is the name we gave our RV. It has nothing to do with whether one should buy an Intent. We love ours, but the double entendre was too good to pass up. It’s a play on the legal term of No Intent—as in we have no intentions when we head out, and the other meaning that I’ve made so many changes to it, that it’s nowhere close to our original intent—hence the “No” Intent. We even put the word “No” in front of the Intent decals on the side and back.
Copper plumbing tubing to protect the windshield wipers. Also helps to keep them from molding to the windshield, the reason wipers tend to “skip” or scoot across the windshield.
Swapped out the stock batteries for Battle Born LifePO4. Lost 60# of weight.
Mystery space opened up for utilization.
Finished cabinet door over mystery space.
Carefree BT12 wind sensor command module with LED dimming, Remote control and app for phone. Supplants existing switches. I plan on useing the vacant slots for other things like an illuminated...
Mystery space with bottom door installed to create two separate compartments. Wine cellar goes down there...
Mystery door insulated, and added a motion detection LED light. Paper towels go up here...
Hat tip to K9AEG for this idea to repurpose this hidden storage area under the wardrobe closet. 
Ordered a matching door from Winnebago.
Petaluma, CA KOA site 320. Nice pull tru 50/30 amp site, no septic though, but theY pump out your tanks as you want everyday. Moderate weather in the summer.  Close to the Historic downtown and many...
Petaluma KOA. She’s almost done...
Put some stick on lightweight backsplash to the outdoor kitchen area. Colors match the side decals on the coach.
12” Pullout drawers for hard to reach cabinets.
Marina Dunes, near Monterey, Ca. Walking distance to the beach and fine dining.
LED battery motion activated lights for all cabinets.
M4 LED RGB puck lighting specifically designed for RV’s. Come with 8 pucks, can add an additional 8.
Removed back placeholder bracket to add additional 4th propane tank. Move active tanks to rear, front tanks are for camp stove/spares.
Ramps we use to level the RV in our driveway.
Dimmer switches for all overhead LED lights.
Bluetooth Victron battery meter for coach and starter batteries. Set your desired amp hour threshold, and receive alerts if you drop below 50%, or whatever threshold you choose. Also display on the...
Home Depot Matt’s cut equally in half. Fits perfectly on the entry door well steps. I used hook and loop tape to hold  them down for ease of removal for cleaning. Keeps the RV much cleaner.
Piano hinges from Home Depot added to add in easing dinette platforms. There’s also a strong 45# magnet that hold it up in place. Finally, no more smashed fingers!
AirExcel Bluetooth thermostat. Nice for when you’re in bed at night, (or morning), and want heat or cooling turned on from the comfort of your bed.
30amp quick disconnects.
I cut the umbilical cord to the mothership and added a male and female connection in the storage area. 
In case of an emergency and having to get out of camp fast, (like a forest fire), instead of...
RV Door lock with keyless with remote controls and keyed to the lower compartments. 
INSTALL NOTE: I had to shave the opening a tad bit larger with a file. Also, added some butyl tape to fill in the...
 
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