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Old 08-18-2013, 10:04 PM   #1
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Well after much emotional turmoil I can officially join a members group . Did an introduction on the new members forum . I really do not have any questions at this point but I know many have owned multiple CC and so any advice or concerns are greatly appreciated . So what we ended up with 1992 Sedona 36' 3116/ 4 speed Allison , Seems to be pretty much equipped like most CC of this Era .
60,000 mi.
Under 300 on generator
I believe every piece of factory documentation along with all manuals from all O&M suppliers are still in the binders,I also have all factory wiring diagrams and piping with parts lists . If anyone needs any of this let me know as I am near having it all scanned into a Dropbox account . Over all the coach is very clean and seems to of had exceptional care . I have been completely going through all systems one by one and have yet to come up with many repair or preventative items . In the 1000 mi. I have put on it , it has been a total joy and our two boys love it (1 .5 and 7 ) .
I appreciate any advice and am excited to be part of this forum and have really loved discovering CC from many of the posts here. Thanks Jer and Marcy A few pictures
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Old 08-18-2013, 10:47 PM   #2
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best advice I can give you is take your 2 Boys and go have fun. Something they will never forget.
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Old 08-19-2013, 04:56 AM   #3
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Congrats from another CC Owner. We love ours as I'm sure you will as well. have a great time with the kids and DW!
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Old 08-19-2013, 03:16 PM   #4
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Congratulations! The coach looks nice--I like the paint job--so much nicer than the dark colors on the newer coaches. Remember Country Coach can check your coach out from nose to tail for a reasonable fee, and they have great customer service.
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Old 08-24-2013, 03:08 PM   #5
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We have a 92 Magna, I did not know they made them so different, looks really good,
Still has the same " Hockey stick " stripe on the side as ours,
Those kids will have a blast, my best childhood memories are of traveling and camping,
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Old 08-27-2013, 10:24 AM   #6
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Welcome to CC ownership. I second the service at the factory if you can get to that area. We just had work done in Junction City a few weeks back and they did a very good job. I like the light colors on your coach. I hate the new black or nearly black ones on the new coaches. We have a light colored coach too and get many comments on the colors. You will too. There is something about the looks of coaches like yours that I think is really appealing.
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Old 08-28-2013, 08:30 PM   #7
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Thanks to all . We have really been enjoying it hard to stay home . I have debated trying to get it over to CC but just not in the cards this fall . But not necessarily a bad thing might give me time to recognize things that I would like repaired . Thus far we have put approx. 1600mi. On it and I have only found a few wiring issues coming into the rear switch run box ( mounted above muffler???) , 3 bulbs , 2 outside storage pin switches , leaky lower radiator manifold , hydraulic hose starting to fray on frame and leaky passenger hub seal. So overall not bad in my book . Most of my time spent has been on the main systems of the coach but do have plans to give the exterior a good detailing this winter ( caulk ,cleanup the paint in a few spots , replace all the galvanized screws on exterior brackets with stainless , polish all the aluminum ) basically just clean it up as best as it can be . Again a big thanks to all I have lurked and searched many of your posts and they have been very helpful .

I do have one questions the Hadley's sound fantastic but is there anyway to turn them up ?
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What is a Hadley?
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Old 08-29-2013, 11:11 AM   #9
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No apparent volume adjustment on my Hadley's. Perhaps installing a bigger compressor would work.

In the past 65,000 miles mine have only been used about 5 times. Mostly to figure out why they did not work.
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Yea I think right now they are more of a novelty , but man my kids sure think they are cool . Den I'm sure mine have been used more than 5 times but do not think any have been on the road . Don't think I will pursue any change unless it was a "turn this valve " kinda deal . Again thanks
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Old 05-04-2014, 02:15 PM   #11
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I own a Country Coach Model 36' PDCD "SEDONA." What I see from your post and pictures inside and outside is that my coach would probably have the same manuals. I would be very, very happy if I could find a copy.
Thanks in advance Sammy Horner
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