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Old 01-29-2012, 09:25 PM   #1
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Got my 1st motorhome!

Its got a little room fir improvement, an exhaust leak to fix, maybe pull the carpet out for a wood laminate floor along with new furniture in time...but I think the picture is self explanatory!
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Old 01-29-2012, 09:33 PM   #2
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Congratulations on your purchase. It feels great to drive away from the dealership in an RV doesn't it.
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Old 01-29-2012, 09:36 PM   #3
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YAY Mover, Looks like one HAPPY CAMPER to me. Can’t tell what model you got but don’t matter if you are happy with it. Hope that exhaust leak is minor and on the flooring just though I would mention I refloored my 96 Bounder with “Allure” flooring from Home Depot. Fair easy, not much weight and looks great.
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Grats!!, Mover!!!

Purchased our first one two weeks ago, '97 fleetwood flair. Already planning our first outing. Hope you have many great memories created with your new RV.

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Congrat's

Hope to post a smile that big someday too.
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Old 01-30-2012, 08:56 PM   #6
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Congrats on your rig...wishing you many happy journeys....
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Congratulation Rig Mover. Here's hoping you get all the fun and enjoyment out of it that you are expecting.
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Welcome to the forum and congratulations on you new rig. There are a lot of post on here about laminate flooring jobs that members have completed.
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Hay Rigmover, That face sure tells it all. Enjoy it, and the updates will come when time allows. Safe travels.
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Yep, happy camper here, gone about 200 miles on.my maiden voyage and stopped for a little late breakfast in eastern OK, and tgings are pretty ok all around!!!
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Love the picture of a happy man! We purchased a used Winnebago 2001 Journey DL 34 and love it. The carpet had been replaced with laminate by the dealer and that sold my wife. Else, you have to carry a large vacuum. She uses a Swifter on the floor and we have a couple of rugs on the floor to catch dirt at the enter point, plus one in front of the sink and one at the bathroom. Happy travels!
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Its got a little room fir improvement, an exhaust leak to fix, maybe pull the carpet out for a wood laminate floor along with new furniture in time...but I think the picture is self explanatory!
AMEN Rigmover! Love that happy smile! When I brought mine home last June I was too worried about what I didn't know to enjoy leaving the dealership with it. I wish I'd had your great smile on my face then, but I sure do now!!
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