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Old 09-26-2016, 11:08 AM   #1
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First new-to-us RV!

My husband and I just purchased a 2012 Keystone Cougar 29' travel trailer. It's our very first RV and we're really excited to use it! The pictures I'm posting are the ones we took at the dealership. They had just finished winterizing it when we decided to purchase it (note the pink anti-freeze) and they then had to undo it all so we could use it a few times this fall before packing away for the winter.
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Congrats on the new RV.

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Welcome!

Nice rig, have a great time this fall!

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Thank you! There's so many kind people here!
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Angewella,

Very nice and congratulations on the purchase. I have a feeling you are going to love this lifestyle, it's great!

Did the dealership talk to you about a water pressure regulator valve and in line water filter? If not, please go to Walmart and use them. Some CG's (campgrounds) have high water pressure and you don't want to damage those pipes.

Best of luck and enjoy it. Come back and ask questions or read old threads. It's one of the best ways to learn.

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Thank you! I don't remember them mentioning that. I'll look into it! Thanks for the tip!
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My hubby is tall so he loves any extra room!
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We are in a similar situation, we used our Cougar a few times before having to winterize it and let it sit for the winter! Can't wait to get out in the Spring. So far we have had only very minor issues which the dealer addressed, we are very happy with our choice too! Have fun and enjoy!
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