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Old 06-30-2014, 07:30 AM   #15
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How about an update on your new home??
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Old 06-30-2014, 08:15 AM   #16
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Well we got our Country Coach. We are staying at an RV park in mims, Florida until we clean out our sticks and bricks then hitting the road.

We love it!! 3 slides , and the previous owner put in every option that he could get. Heated floors, projector tv, you name it. Things stopped working the night we stayed at Lazy Days after the PDI. Water pump, slide fuses. All were fixed.

Right now the indicator lights for the tanks are lying to us. Lol . Standing in a flood of water while taking a shower and the "aroma" was the tell tale indication.

More pics soon but you can see more pics on my blog.
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Searched the forum last night, had no clue how to put on the wheel covers. Yes we are first time rv ers. Lol we filled the air bags and voila'.
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Old 06-30-2014, 08:17 AM   #17
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Oh we dumped the tanks and all was well after!!!
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Old 07-01-2014, 12:34 PM   #18
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So glad you are getting your 'new home' dialed in - lots of fun!!

On tires, Don (now former 2004 Allure owner) over on the Yahoo CC User Group, told me about Sunblock. He bought a court for his tires, and found it to work as advertised. (Don still drops in and shares his knowledge, after many years of CC traveling. He helped me greatly with my learning curve on our High Cascade 04 Allure. Good people he be!)

Putting covers on at each stop, and on possibly wet muddy tires, can be a problem. So, I liked his approach. (Though I admit I have yet done this for our coach, but still plan too. I use regular applications of Aerospace 303 UV protection. And unless in storage, very seldom put the tire covers on while in 'traveling mode'.

Sunblock Tire Protection Kit - Protection Products 6006 - Tire Accessories - Camping World


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Oh that is sooo much easier. Thanks Smitty
Are you still in Alaska?
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Oh that is sooo much easier. Thanks Smitty
Are you still in Alaska?
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Old 07-01-2014, 05:32 PM   #21
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We are still up North, in Seward (We hope thru 4th of July, but some confusion with teh park, and Seward is expecting between 35-45K people to come in for The Race Down The Mountain!). If we can't work something out with the park, we'll head back towards Anchorage for the 4th, and 'parking lot' camp somewhere!

The thing I liked about Aerospace 303, is it's not Glossy Black and or sticky. Don said the Sunblock was sort of a flat black color, and not sticky at all.

If you get yours on before I do, let us know what you think!

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Old 07-01-2014, 06:31 PM   #22
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Will do!!! And yikes on the. 45k people!!!

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