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Old 04-03-2015, 06:10 AM   #4901
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Old 04-03-2015, 08:31 AM   #4902
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Had to buy a new Lexan Bronze tinted skylight for over the shower to replace the old one that I put a hole in shoveling the 3 ft. of snow we got in one week.

New cherry wood stained and lacquered by a professional furniture refinisher to match the rest of my cherry woodwork in my coach to replace the shower surround trim below the skylight that got ruined when I put a hole in the skylight shoveling snow.

Professional upholstery cleaner to come in and clean the water stains out of my upholstered ceiling around the skylight above the shower caused by me putting a hole in the skylight shoveling snow off the roof.

So far, that "Boob Move" has only cost me about $700.
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Old 04-03-2015, 10:15 AM   #4903
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Rebuilt engine for the Magna. $29,000 with Cummins picking up only $10,000 of it. Got the drive the MH 2,600 miles from delivery to blow up. And I thought fuel and depreciation would be the high cost items!
I'm sorry, but I'd have lawyered up over that. String of repeat failures on a known problem. Might not have gotten far, but I'd have made it uncomfortable for them.
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Old 04-03-2015, 10:56 PM   #4904
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Sarah, you purchased the last one! Dang! I read your post as we've been wanting one for many reasons. Amazon says they don't know if they'll ever get it back in stoc
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Old 04-05-2015, 11:25 AM   #4907
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This lite small inexpensive air compressor does a surprisingly great job...It is advertised as capable of producing 150 psi and does it...My 5th wheel has trailair pin box and suspension and 17.5" H rated tires and cold pressure is 125 psi...So I need a high pressure compressor but I wanted one that was small to stow in the 5th wheel basement...It has been ideal for me and it was only $40.00...
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Will you please post a link to where you got that compressor.

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I would like to know where you got the compressor also. My current 150psi compressor burned out after 3 uses.
I'm ordering a new picture window to replace the one that was busted out recently. And a back up camera system with the monitor in the mirror.
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Sarah, you purchased the last one! Dang! I read your post as we've been wanting one for many reasons. Amazon says they don't know if they'll ever get it back in stoc
Sorry, Clay! I hope it's not a dud; I bought it solely based on the product reviews on Amazon. We have not used it yet but will try it out on our trip to Hot Springs in a few days.
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This lite small inexpensive air compressor does a surprisingly great job...It is advertised as capable of producing 150 psi and does it...My 5th wheel has trailair pin box and suspension and 17.5" H rated tires and cold pressure is 125 psi...So I need a high pressure compressor but I wanted one that was small to stow in the 5th wheel basement...It has been ideal for me and it was only $40.00...
Folks I know I got it one of two places either Ebay or Amazon,but probably Amazon...Its brand name is Campbell Hausfeld It is perfect for what I use it for...
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This lite small inexpensive air compressor does a surprisingly great job...It is advertised as capable of producing 150 psi and does it...My 5th wheel has trailair pin box and suspension and 17.5" H rated tires and cold pressure is 125 psi...So I need a high pressure compressor but I wanted one that was small to stow in the 5th wheel basement...It has been ideal for me and it was only $40.00...
You can also get them online at homedepot.com
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