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Old 02-16-2016, 01:08 PM   #15
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Clean equipment is safe equipment Looks like it's getting a little dusty.
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Old 02-16-2016, 07:01 PM   #16
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Yes how do you keep it so clean? I wash my battery bay and as soon as I start it up and drive a few feet on a gravel surface it gets dusty really fast!
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Maybe the secret is to wash it and don't move it!

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Maybe the secret is to wash it and don't move it!

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Works every time for me.
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have an appointment with Istate in Missoula to put in the new switches and also the front right ride height valve that has leaked for years...thanks to Hendersons for finding the leak.. Redlands missed didn't find it...oops.. they do good work usually.. am keeping the MH and not downsizing to a 5th wheel.. mine is worth more than they want to give to me on a trade..ho hum. Mel
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gottem replaced and now alls well so far..
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