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Old 07-14-2013, 10:59 PM   #1
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Maiden voyage..

Well after lots of looking, reading, work and worry we are heading out tomorrow on our first camping trip in our new to us 2005 CC Inspire. Topped off the house battery water, have the unit plugged in to get the fridge cold, packed with a bunch of crap we wont use and not enough crap that we need I'm sure. Oh well here we go. Just a relatively short trip to Michigan. We'll see how it goes...hopefully you wont here from me on here looking for help.
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Old 07-14-2013, 11:12 PM   #2
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Hope things go well for you. We have had ower 06 for 7mo and have dumped $12,000 into it, some things we had to have other things I wanted. Ready for the road now Have you had the wet PTO installed a must if it has not.
This may help you out down the road.
2005 Country Coach Inspire 330 Owners Guide - YouTube
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Old 07-14-2013, 11:29 PM   #3
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Wow! Not looking forward to dumping 12K in mine. I bought mine from the original owner who said all the recalls had been taken care of. Time will tell. We had the carpet and furniture cleaned and it looks like new. Coach seems to be in very good shape.
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Old 07-15-2013, 12:30 AM   #4
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We got owers from the original owner also the Nocold recall was taken care of but the bedroom slide had a bad leak, I fixed that one lost one AC, hot water heater rod shot. They did not recharge the chassis AC when they did the radiator fix, bedroom topper end cap tab broke had to remove topper and get new end cap reinstall topper. New tires that was $4000 through FMCA 295/80R22.5 Change out the roof satellite to Winegard Traviler 1000 (sweet setup) had the Silverleaf 330 installed (sweet setup) and a lot of other small things and it only had 17000mi on it.
Just so you know the wet PTO is not a recall but a must have
http://www.jdrv1.com/sitebuildercont...s/pto-101a.pdf
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