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Old 05-11-2013, 08:40 AM   #15
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Picking up our 365RL on Tuesday. Came in the cream color and we had ordered grey, but we like both colors so went ahead and took it with a little incentive. Ha! Can't wait to start camping!
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Old 05-11-2013, 10:38 AM   #17
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At what campground was the picture taken?
BTW, good looking rig!
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Picking my 365RL up this Tuesday. Came in cream color, ordered grey, but they threw in the slide covers for their mistake. For $1500, they can paint it pink!
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Old 05-19-2013, 07:39 PM   #21
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Congrats on your Columbus purchase. We bought the 295RL last Oct. Just one issue with Palomino...I have been unable to find a worthwhile owners manual. They only publish a fairly generic manual that covers all models. Nothing specific on details. If anyone knows where one can be obtained I'd like to hear about it.
We've enjoyed our Columbus thus far..no issues to speak of. Will be embarking on a 2000 mile journey in June....the real test.

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That's the only owner's manual you're going to get for your Columbus.
Trust me, it's a big improvement over the manual I got back in 2007 with my Sabre. That one looked like it was put together as a high school project.
The one I got with my Columbus had more information, pictures, and details; even if it was generic.
If you think about it, Palomino offers 20 different lines so the owner's manual is generic. As for specific components unique to the Columbus, the dealer should have pointed them out during your PDI. I refer to the manuals supplied by the vendor for some things. i.e Convection Oven operation & Toshiba TV/Panasonic surround sound operation.
I agree that the owner's manual for something as complex as our 5th wheel should be more detailed. The owner's manual for my RAM 2500 CTD and Prius were over 100 pages!
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