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Old 06-09-2013, 05:28 PM   #15
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I'd like get one of them their fancy Sleep Number mattresses. What are you guys dreaming about?
We have them in the stick and the coach. VERY comfortable. Won't be without them.

I'd like to add CheapHeat (CheapHeat) electric heat to the gas furnaces to lengthen the time between propane refills. Also have to consider adding a third airconditioning unit to the top.
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Old 06-09-2013, 05:36 PM   #16
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A 15K BTU heat pump, new wheel simulators and a rear track bar. Happy Father's Day, Birth Day and Merry Christmas.
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Old 06-09-2013, 07:15 PM   #17
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I'd like get one of them their fancy Sleep Number mattresses. What are you guys dreaming about?
My mamma taught me when I was small not to do any numbers in my sleep. I guess I don't need a sleep number mattress! Just kidding!
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A 15K BTU heat pump, new wheel simulators and a rear track bar. Happy Father's Day, Birth Day and Merry Christmas.
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A week stay (or more...) at a campground that has sites right on the ocean. I would love to walk out the door and step onto soft white sand and have my tea watching the waves....sigh

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Bath and a half. For DW of course. I'm happy with one.

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Two more slides and better handicapped access throughout. Oh, and delam repair.
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I would like some real good American made tires that are reasonably priced that will hold up for at least 5 to 6 years on my 5th wheel. I don't want to spend my hard earned money on China bombs
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I wish the motorhome fairy would show up and fix my rig up so I can actually use it.
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Purchased it last week, came with a King Sleep Number Bed... and lots of other stuff!!

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