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Old 04-21-2012, 04:22 PM   #29
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All of my exterior storage compartment doors use the same key as the main entry door. The other numbered keys arw for the water fill, spare tire, and engine compartment.

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Old 04-21-2012, 06:57 PM   #30
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Most motor home locks use Tri/Mark keys. There should be a data sheet in the owners manual package or somewhere in the coach and it may have the numbers. If you can get the numbers you should be able to order keys.

Just a thought. You say you are towing an encloded trailer. Make sure you research the gross weight rating as well as the gross combined weight rating for the coach. It would be helpful if you could weigh it front, then back, and finally all together. Many coaches can be easily over loaded when just filling the water tanks and adding your personal equipment. Then if you add a heavy enclosed trailer with a car or equipment, you are way over the gross combined weight for the coach. An easy way to get started is to find the original brochure either in the owners package or online.

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Old 05-02-2012, 06:40 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by RovinOn View Post
Hello Zach, and welcome aboard..........Nice coach!
Our first coach was a 90 bounder and we loved it! It got my wife and I started and we now have an 05 Southwind.
Any reason given for the new carpet and flooring other than change? From the pics it does look good.
I have a 90 Bounder, did you have the same one I have (34s)? I got mine several months ago and I've been fixing it up. Anything I should worry about?

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