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"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.
In the process of wrapping all basement pump house waterlines.
This is a small heater installed in the basement pump house to keep warm in surprising temperatures. It’s controlled by the aquarium thermostat outlet.
Added an aquarium style thermostatically controlled outlet for a basement heater.
Installed a solid vinyl folding door to replace the fabrics one that let too much light into the bedroom in the morning.
Made a 220v to 100v dryer to RV plug conversion for when visiting family.
Another small change for winter. I swapped out the static floor heater registers for ones that can be throttled down, in order to better control the heat in various zones. The only room that had this...
More touches added today. I added another LED strip, this time under the kitchen counter. I hid the plugs/wires inside the wall, and the picture you see with the faceplate, and the little LED...
Two Maxxair 7500 fans installed. I love the ten speeds, they’re so quite now, and the skylight look from inside with the smoke lens lid. They can reverse, and you can use one to draw air in, while...
Drone view
Main area in blue LED’S...
More touches added today. I added another LED strip, this time under the kitchen counter. I hid the plugs/wires inside the wall, and the picture you see with the faceplate, and the little LED...
I added the left hand handle (includes a custom clear plastic backsplash cover to protect the wall), for DW, (hey, she asked, I delivered, no questions)...
Hydraulic shaft fitted with 3/4” plumbing tubing to protect the shaft while painting the Jack stands with FlexSeal...
Before... 
Today I did the Snap Jacks install. Took some prep, as I decided to do their somewhat extraneous recommended coating of Flex Seal, before installing the pads. 
 
Now, I’m not so sure that...
After..
Shower stall done. Teak floor mat to disperse my weight more evenly, and so I’m not standing in soapy, slippery water.
Shower stall done. Teak floor mat to disperse my weight more evenly, and so I’m not standing in soapy, slippery water. New Oxygenetics shower head, complete shut off valve at head, new handles,...
Swapped out the static LCI Jacks down warning lamp with an LED switch to eliminate the so annoying chime when the jacks are down during camping, and I turn in the key to charge the starter battery.
Replaced stupid stock tank sensors with Horst Miracle Probes. Finally, accurate readings.
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...
 
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