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Old 04-28-2011, 07:10 PM   #1
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Night Number 4

After months of waiting we picked up our new Eagle, a 320RLDS, installed the new ProPride 3P WD hitch and spent a shakedown night in Davenport Iowa near the dealership. So far we've had just two small problems, one is that we cannot program any Cable. The two sets are set for Cable, Booster is off and autoscan picks up nothing. My only thought is that the new coax is itself faulty , but not likely. Also, with the water heater mixer open it sends too much cold water to the tank. With it off the water is dangerously hot, although I don't have a thermometer. Tonight I've cracked the mixer valve open. We'll see. I don't feel the rig behind us, and at 60 mph we're passed by the big trucks all the time with no effect. Love the hitch. And going from the Wolf Pack 18 footer which I loved but it didn't sleep anyone comfortably, to this dual slide puppy with all the frills is quite a treat. Biggest drawback is 9 mpg at $4.09 per. Will post photos when I get home.
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Congrats!!!!!!!! Hurry up and get home to post those pictures!! LOL!!!
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Congrats, can't wait to see photos.
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Here, I hope, are three photos taken this morning.






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What is that white stuff on the ground? Does it hurt? Do you have to mow it?
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What is that white stuff on the ground? Does it hurt? Do you have to mow it?
Aww, we get only a foot more than you all over there! We're in the Banana Belt - 9000' and little snow.
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