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Old 08-30-2013, 11:02 AM   #1
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I've had a bounder 36' gas class a and had many troubles with it so my wife and i sold it 2 years ago. in the two years we didn't have a rv is all we talked about was going camping so i finally broke down and started looking for a new to us rv. well we now have it, its a 1998 safari 40' dp and so far we are loving it. it does have a few bugs to work out but the price was right and i have fixed everything so far on it myself. ( steps, power awning, elec for fridge, power sets, and just figured out the hurricane hot water system.) yes i know that seems like a lot to fix but really it was just a bunch of loose or not connected wires. anyways we will never do without a rv again no matter what!!!!http://www.irv2.com/forums/attachmen...1&d=1377878409
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Old 08-30-2013, 11:06 AM   #2
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Congrats!! Someone sitting at the dining table looks ready to go! Many grand adventures ahead!
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There is ALWAYS some thing to fix, no matter how old or how new the coach. It's just part of owning a house that goes 65 MPH down the road, and often not very good roads at that.
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Old 08-30-2013, 03:24 PM   #4
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Congrats on a great looking rig.
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Great looking rig! Congrats and I hope you have many happy miles!
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Congrats. That's a good looking rig. Enjoy.
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There is ALWAYS some thing to fix, no matter how old or how new the coach. It's just part of owning a house that goes 65 MPH down the road, and often not very good roads at that.
Exactly The tool box goes wherever the MH goes.
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Have to tell you, are 1999, mid-entry, Serengeti was one of our favorite coaches! Hope you have many happy miles...
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Brings back memories.

Our '97 Safari was one of my favorites. Great power from the 3126 CAT.

Sold it local, so I still see it around.
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