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Old 06-09-2016, 07:31 AM   #1
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Just wondering if anybody owns one of these. If so, what problems to look out for. Got new tires. I redid the brakes, calipers, air bags, and replacing the shocks this weekend. Need to replace a lot of the cabinet door locking clips, kitchen faucet. Stove top works but I can't get the oven to work.

I haven't weighed it yet but it sure feels heavy empty. A lot heavier than my work truck I use to drive.

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Water leaks in the roof and sidewalls can absolutely destroy that coach very quickly. The potential for them would be my first concern. A very careful inspection, and dealing with anything suspicious would be at the top of my list.

When looking at major water intrusion damage, ANYTHING else on that coach can easily be repaired/replaced in comparison.
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Thank you. I'll look it over.
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