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Old 09-14-2011, 04:19 PM   #1
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Good Day All,

Well, we are about ready for the full time starting next month. Our 99 Bounder has a new interior (flooring, paint, window treatments and furniture) and we are almost ready to go. Waiting on a couple pieces of furniture, specifically two wall hugging recliners and then we have the rig pretty much ready.

I still want to do a few maintenance issues before leaving New Mexico and heading to Oregon, but nothing too difficult. Specifically and oil change and lube, spark plugs, roof coating and new Bilstein shocks. I have heard many good things about the Bilsteins and are looking forward to the difference in ride quality. I have decided to use the EDPM coating on the roof. It is in good condition, but given the years and exposure to the New Mexico sun, I think it is cheap insurance, for under $500.00.

Again, thanks for any input anyone might have and we are looking forward to finally leaving the land of the sun for the land of the rain.

Good Day and Happy Motoring!!

Zeb.
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