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Old 07-26-2012, 09:07 PM   #1247
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Last thing we bought was a 2013 Jayco 29RLDS, this will be the first time out this weekend. we spent last weekend transfering everything over to the new trailer.
Nice!
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Old 07-27-2012, 08:52 AM   #1249
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Old 07-27-2012, 09:27 AM   #1250
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I purchased a portable A/C unit for my RV Trailer




This helps take the stress off the roof mounted a/c unit when it's extra "HOT" outside.

Can be used as an emergency back-up if the roof mounted unit were to go out. I vent the exhaust through a window.

Works well!
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Old 07-27-2012, 10:17 AM   #1251
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Last thing we bought was a 2013 Jayco 29RLDS, this will be the first time out this weekend. we spent last weekend transfering everything over to the new trailer.
Nice floorplan. Looks like the living area and kitchen are just like our 320RLDS. Enjoy it!
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Old 07-27-2012, 11:07 AM   #1253
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Looks like I'll be purchasing a new passenger side out side mirror next week. Driving thru the construction zone on I80 in downtown Reno last night when a guy pulling a toy hauler tried to pass in the exit lane. He hit the uneven payment edge. His trailer snapped/tipped into our lane. The front cornor of the trailer wiped out the mirror. Barely missed awning brackets and the MH itself. Of course he never slowed down. There was too much traffic to try to chase him down.

Where should I start looking for a mirror for a 2007 fleetwwod flair 33r? The pins holding the other mirror do not look like bolts. I assume they are a pound in type of insert.
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Old 07-27-2012, 11:25 AM   #1254
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Looks like I'll be purchasing a new passenger side out side mirror next week. Driving thru the construction zone on I80 in downtown Reno last night when a guy pulling a toy hauler tried to pass in the exit lane. He hit the uneven payment edge. His trailer snapped/tipped into our lane. The front cornor of the trailer wiped out the mirror. Barely missed awning brackets and the MH itself. Of course he never slowed down. There was too much traffic to try to chase him down.

Where should I start looking for a mirror for a 2007 fleetwwod flair 33r? The pins holding the other mirror do not look like bolts. I assume they are a pound in type of insert.
Chuck, wow what a scare!!

Call Fleetwood 800-322-8216. They will know what to do.

Thank goodness no more damage or injury!
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Looks like I'll be purchasing a new passenger side out side mirror next week. Driving thru the construction zone on I80 in downtown Reno last night when a guy pulling a toy hauler tried to pass in the exit lane. He hit the uneven payment edge. His trailer snapped/tipped into our lane. The front cornor of the trailer wiped out the mirror. Barely missed awning brackets and the MH itself. Of course he never slowed down. There was too much traffic to try to chase him down.

Where should I start looking for a mirror for a 2007 fleetwwod flair 33r? The pins holding the other mirror do not look like bolts. I assume they are a pound in type of insert.
Very scary!
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Old 07-27-2012, 01:22 PM   #1256
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I was scared at first, then mad. I asked the wife why she didn't reach out the window and grab the mirror as the trailer was hitting us. Actually, if we could have caught up to him, she was so mad, I think she might have reached out the door and slapped him. It's a little more interesting driving without a mirror while pulling a horse trailer.
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An old-school coffee percolator, stainless steel with the little glass globe on top.

Hadn't had perked coffee in donkey's years, then last week stopped by to say hello to a fellow boon-docking at our airport, he had just brewed a pot and offered me one. Man was it good!!!!
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An old-school coffee percolator, stainless steel with the little glass globe on top.

Hadn't had perked coffee in donkey's years, then last week stopped by to say hello to a fellow boon-docking at our airport, he had just brewed a pot and offered me one. Man was it good!!!!
Funny. We just bought one too. What we had made coffee taste like plastic. Percolator is easy to store, doesn't take much space and makes great coffee. Score!
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We use SS percolator also. Bought at Scheels. Great coffee, no gen noise, and no drag on the batteries.
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