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Old 01-21-2010, 10:48 AM   #1
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Greetings form a new member . My wife and I started out together 22 years ago camping in a tent. Moved up to a used pop-up from her parents, then to a used 21ft 5th wheel, then to a new 31ft fifth wheel that was nothing but trouble (I'll never buy that brand again). In 2004 we purchased a new Tiffen built 37ft Allegro Bay MH. We just love it except my wife complains that she doesn't have enough storage inside. I think she has more that enough. I love her dearly and she is truely my soul mate, but she is a pack rat. Can't help it though, both of her parents were, so she got a double dose. This is a great unit , and we can't wait until we are both retired (I am) to hit the road. So far, just weekends and vacations.
We are both looking forward to another season of "camping" with friends. There is nothing any sadder than snow on top of an RV.
Gotta go, people to see, things to do.

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Welcome to iRV2, we’re really glad to have you here as a new member and are looking forward to reading your posts about your RVing experiences and adventures in your Tiffen 37ft Allegro Bay MH. You’ll find a great bunch of folks on this site who are very knowledgeable of RVing, the rigs we use, and the places we go in them.

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Welcome to iRV2. We are glad you joined us. As Richard has told you we have a great bunch here who like to help when they can so don't be afraid to ask questions. Post often and share your travel experiences with us.

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Old 01-22-2010, 07:37 AM   #4
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To All,
Thanks for the welcome.
A couple of tips that I have found useful;
1) If you have problems with clothes on hangers sliding around while traveling try putting a piece if foam (not styrofoam) pipe insulation on the rod. Hangers will "bite" into it and just swing instead of sliding around.
2) if you are having problems with corrosion on the house battery mounts, first clean well, then spray with automotive undercoating. This is available from any auto parts store in a spray can about the size of spray paint.
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