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Old 05-26-2014, 04:06 PM   #3795
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Old 05-27-2014, 08:44 AM   #3796
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A "new to us" Beaver Coach. $1350 in fuel to drive the coach home from St. Louis. 2 new front brake rotors, 1 new caliper and new pads all around. New diesel fuel filter and mount. 6 New coach and chassis batteries. 6 new Hancook AH12 22.5's.

I'm getting lighter as we speak.
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New engine and transmission !!! Pictures later ... after it gets out of the diesel hospital.


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Old 05-27-2014, 10:36 AM   #3798
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New engine and transmission !!! Pictures later ... after it gets out of the diesel hospital.


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May I ask what the ball park figure is for the cost of that? Are you doing any work yourself or is it all farmed out?
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Old 05-27-2014, 10:58 AM   #3799
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A "new to us" Beaver Coach. $1350 in fuel to drive the coach home from St. Louis. 2 new front brake rotors, 1 new caliper and new pads all around. New diesel fuel filter and mount. 6 New coach and chassis batteries. 6 new Hancook AH12 22.5's.

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2 of those slick looking Anderson leveling blocks (crescents?) and a pack of Utility Blocks as 2X12 wood keeps cracking and I am too busy to cut & paint up some plywood squares.
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Old 05-27-2014, 11:31 AM   #3801
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May I ask what the ball park figure is for the cost of that? Are you doing any work yourself or is it all farmed out?

Jokingly ... about the price of a ball park! Really though, the bill will be around 24 grand. But they include a nice key fob with their advertising logo, and a couple of ball point pens.

No, I'm not doing any of the work myself. If I offered, they would likely raise the price.


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Old 05-27-2014, 01:07 PM   #3802
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A "new to us" Beaver Coach. $1350 in fuel to drive the coach home from St. Louis. 2 new front brake rotors, 1 new caliper and new pads all around. New diesel fuel filter and mount. 6 New coach and chassis batteries. 6 new Hancook AH12 22.5's.

I'm getting lighter as we speak.
Without pictures, it never happened!
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Bought and installed one of these really cool TriMetric 2030A battery management systems. I didn't know what I didn't know until I started playing with this thing. Zowie! \ken
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Old 05-28-2014, 12:26 AM   #3805
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Without pictures, it never happened!
When it gets out of the shop, I'll take a picture of the invoice and post it. It's two pages long already.

OUCH!
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A new set of folding entry steps for our 5th wheel. The bottom step disappeared shortly after I made a quick stop along the road to check something inside and I suffered a senior moment when it came to folding them back up.....
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Dimmable led lights for the RV. Taking the roof off to replace the sheathing. Am upgrading the lights. I have identified where the new lights should go to get optimum lighting. Hope I got it right!
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