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Old 10-20-2014, 08:53 PM   #15
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It was trash day I stopped at the end of the driveway and marched that scrawny mattress to the curb, replaced it with a pillow top that we had saved from the house.
+1 That was day 2 for us. We ordered a temperpedic mattress but the mattress guys took the old one with them when it arrived.
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Old 10-21-2014, 07:00 AM   #16
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Our mattress was replaced with the old one from our 5 er before we left the dealers. Our tires were replaced as soon as we got home. My mistake did not check the date codes on tires 2003. ran wires for auto satellite and switched to dish so we could dvr in hd.
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Old 10-21-2014, 07:04 AM   #17
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Old 10-21-2014, 07:30 AM   #18
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First thing -Went to Home Depot and bought copper color backsplash to put behind the stove area. Didn't want to get grease on the wallboard.

First major thing -Kept the dinette in bed position permanently and bought an 8" memory foam mattress from Wayfair.

I actually like the stock cushions and stock curtains, so no change there. Just put a handmade throw over the back of the sofa.
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Come on folks the first thing you change is the sheets on the bed, (Or rather the first thing your wife changes). You know that.
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Old 10-21-2014, 08:03 AM   #20
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The amount of the payments. Want to pay it off much sooner than scheduled.
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We took delivery of the MH at Lichtsinn Motors in FC, Iowa on a Wednesday. It had 40 miles on the odometer. We were going to stay for a few days to check everything that we could. We drove out of the dealership turned left and drove a 25 mile loop out to the expressway down around and back. Parked in the CG and I performed the McKinely Fix. We only had about 70 miles on it.

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We took out the sofa and put in a dual recliner. Then added a 46" LED TV.

Bunch of stuff after that.........................

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2 LED TV's, DVD players with cables, a new radio, tires, ugly window valances, sleeper sofa, mattress, replaced the back splash and the micro wave. Glad I bought a used 5er.
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As WA8XYM suggested.. the sheets!
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hello to all I just need to know if these messages are seen because I am new member and I place a question about a spot light on top of my motorhome help
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hello to all I just need to know if these messages are seen because I am new member and I place a question about a spot light on top of my motorhome help
Any time you post it is seen publicly. However since you have a very specific question it may be best to open a new thread in the forum section that best represents what coach you have. There is the general motorhome section also that may get more traffic than a specific brand of coach section.
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