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Old 04-16-2015, 03:53 PM   #1
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OMG i've run out of things to tinker with.

I have had my motor home in the shop, where I work for the last couple months getting it ready for the season. I have worked on it when i have had the chance to or when my Mechanics were slow in the shop. I have come to the point where I have nothing left to do. Everything works like it should all fluids changed ect ect. other then getting it out on the road.. now what? lol
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I have had my motor home in the shop, where I work for the last couple months getting it ready for the season. I have worked on it when i have had the chance to or when my Mechanics were slow in the shop. I have come to the point where I have nothing left to do. Everything works like it should all fluids changed ect ect. other then getting it out on the road.. now what? lol
Take it out for a week .... you'll have plenty to do
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I agree. Take a trip of say 500 miles and you will have a new list of mostly piddly things but stuff that the dw insists must be fixed.


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I have had my motor home in the shop, where I work for the last couple months getting it ready for the season. I have worked on it when i have had the chance to or when my Mechanics were slow in the shop. I have come to the point where I have nothing left to do. Everything works like it should all fluids changed ect ect. other then getting it out on the road.. now what? lol
Come on down to Georgia... I've got a couple of things on my to do list that I would be glad to watch you do!
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Time to buy another one...
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I am going to get fuel tomorrow before it goes up and then head to hill country to see bluebells sunday.. By monday there should be something to look into.

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Impossible!

I always have at least 6 things on my 'have to do' list. Sometimes 12.

I'm doing something wrong!

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I have had my motor home in the shop, where I work for the last couple months getting it ready for the season. I have worked on it when i have had the chance to or when my Mechanics were slow in the shop. I have come to the point where I have nothing left to do. Everything works like it should all fluids changed ect ect. other then getting it out on the road.. now what? lol
Come on over!!! I've got lots to keep you busy and if I don't then the DW will!!
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I have had my motor home in the shop, where I work for the last couple months getting it ready for the season. I have worked on it when i have had the chance to or when my Mechanics were slow in the shop. I have come to the point where I have nothing left to do. Everything works like it should all fluids changed ect ect. other then getting it out on the road.. now what? lol

This is a major disaster! Call the shrink, get out the checker board and Monopoly set, do something fast! You'll go nuts!
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