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Old 08-20-2007, 05:58 AM   #1
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Picked up the coach from Uhlmann's on Sat. The hydralic line was capped off and the rear door was fitted with a manual piston lift like the newer coaches - Uhlmann's did a fantastic job - it looks just like it was made that way - I'm very pleased with their service - ours was the first that they have done that way. It wasn't cheap but I'm assuming replacing the hydralic hose by dropping the water tank would not have been cheap either. Anyway, after multiple repairs, replacements, and wish list fixes I think we are ready to roll. We are planning a trip to Silverwood (waterpark in Idaho) for Labor Day and our football season starts soon after. I'm really excited to have the coach back and crossing my fingers that we have an repair free tailgating season. GO COUGS!!!!
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Picked up the coach from Uhlmann's on Sat. The hydralic line was capped off and the rear door was fitted with a manual piston lift like the newer coaches - Uhlmann's did a fantastic job - it looks just like it was made that way - I'm very pleased with their service - ours was the first that they have done that way. It wasn't cheap but I'm assuming replacing the hydralic hose by dropping the water tank would not have been cheap either. Anyway, after multiple repairs, replacements, and wish list fixes I think we are ready to roll. We are planning a trip to Silverwood (waterpark in Idaho) for Labor Day and our football season starts soon after. I'm really excited to have the coach back and crossing my fingers that we have an repair free tailgating season. GO COUGS!!!!
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Old 08-22-2007, 09:03 AM   #3
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Hi!

I've been wondering what happened for you on the engine door. Glad to hear it worked out well. My wife is a Coug so I understand the excitement. Have a great time and remember, "Nothing Drives Like an Alpine!"
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