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Old 06-10-2016, 09:21 AM   #1
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1st full hook camping trip with our new coach!

This weekend is our first full hook up camping trip with our new Precept 35UN. Being seasoned campers, TT & PU, we are looking forward to the Motorhome adventures! Looks like a beautiful weekend weather wise, My darling wife is off today finishing putting stuff in the new coach, As soon as I get home we are off! DW, 9 year old daughter and I are excited!

Have a great weekend camping forum friends!
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Old 06-10-2016, 09:23 AM   #2
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This weekend is our first full hook up camping trip with our new Precept 35UN. Being seasoned campers, TT & PU, we are looking forward to the Motorhome adventures! Looks like a beautiful weekend weather wise, My darling wife is off today finishing putting stuff in the new coach, As soon as I get home we are off! DW, 9 year old daughter and I are excited!

Have a great weekend camping forum friends!
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Congratulations! Enjoy the road and build many memories. My 9 yr old keeps tracking coaches when we drive across and wants one soon! Wish wish !!
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I would be hard pressed to give up my truck, but that is one fine looking MH. Congratulations and enjoy your trip!
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Old 06-14-2016, 06:27 AM   #4
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This weekend is our first full hook up camping trip with our new Precept 35UN. Being seasoned campers, TT & PU, we are looking forward to the Motorhome adventures! Looks like a beautiful weekend weather wise, My darling wife is off today finishing putting stuff in the new coach, As soon as I get home we are off! DW, 9 year old daughter and I are excited!

Have a great weekend camping forum friends!
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I see you are using a tow dolly, how is that working out?

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So far so good with the dolly, I barely know the car is back there, So far I used the dolly to Indiana from NJ and back. It works out fine, I got it at a great price, Although in the future when we change one of our vehicles I will get something that can be towed 4 down just for the ease of not storing the dolly at the campground. But for the next couple of years I am fine with the dolly.
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So far so good with the dolly, I barely know the car is back there, So far I used the dolly to Indiana from NJ and back. It works out fine, I got it at a great price, Although in the future when we change one of our vehicles I will get something that can be towed 4 down just for the ease of not storing the dolly at the campground. But for the next couple of years I am fine with the dolly.
Thanks, I've been looking at the foldable Kar Kaddy SS for that reason.

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Great looking rig... we "almost" bought a Precept, but noticed at the last minute that my navigator could not see the in-dash navigation system, she couldn't even tune the radio. Seemed like a very strange set-up.
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It took a little playing to learn the in dash system, Works well once you get it. Have to set it up for your preferences as to where each function is on the screen fro quick changes. It does the trick.
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It took a little playing to learn the in dash system, Works well once you get it. Have to set it up for your preferences as to where each function is on the screen fro quick changes. It does the trick.
LOL, what I meant was that my navigator couldn't even see the screen from her seat. Seemed like a very strange setup, we wondered why they would design a setup where the person who would be doing the navigation, can't see the navigation system.

Why not a screen the swivels, so that it could be used from either seat. Oh well....
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Very interested to see how you like this Precept. I have my eye on one in a couple years.
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