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Old 03-29-2014, 11:15 AM   #15
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Nebraska is just that way . . . It likes to eat RV tires!!!

In Nebraska, in a rented Class C, in the middle of nowhere . . .

The left rear tire blew . . . taking with it
ALL of the holding tank valves and pipes! Fortunately, it was the beginning of the rental and we hadn't yet used the toilets (RV was completely dry, no fresh, grey, or black water yet ) Fortunately, I had a GPS (this was back in the early 2000s, so those weren't real common then) and was able to tell the rental company my exact location. Got a tow to the nearest town with a tire shop, new tire, and off again. Tanks fixed a couple days later in South Dakota. The adventure continued on until the RV caught on fire in Wyoming.
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V-MAN, What an adventure. Good thing it was a rental unit.
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Welcome. We just joined a few days ago. This site has a lot of info. We will be full time next spring, so hope to see you out there.
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