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Old 07-13-2015, 11:17 PM   #1
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My Wife & I ( Casey & Diane ) will be on the road soon with our TT. Looking forward to communicate with you. My expertise is diesel engines (CAT). Who knows, I maybe able to help some of you. See you on the road!
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Welcome!!! Do Cat mechanics make them Purr better? I just had to ask....
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Welcome!

But sorry, we've got a comeapart in our rig!
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Cummins are good too. I had my years with them back in the 80s.
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That's our goal.
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My Wife & I ( Casey & Diane ) will be on the road soon with our TT. Looking forward to communicate with you. My expertise is diesel engines (CAT). Who knows, I maybe able to help some of you. See you on the road!
Welcome!! Does your avatar pix show your rv you get to ft in??
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How does a Cat mechanic choose a TT? Our Cat purrs quite nicely!
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I like the TT so I can fit in the smaller places. Many of the older camp grounds don't accommodate a big rig. Because I am a little new in the RV world I may choose to change my format. My Wife keeps reminding me, smarter not harder. Hard knocks maybe coming my way ( not if I can help it).
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Welcome, glad to meet you!

How does a Cat mechanic choose a TT? Our Cat purrs quite nicely!
I like the TT so I can fit in the smaller places. Many of the older camp grounds don't accommodate a big rig. Because I am a little new in the RV world I may choose to change my format. My Wife keeps reminding me, smarter not harder. Hard knocks maybe coming my way ( not if I can help it).


I'm just learning how to reply. I had to move my note to you.
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Welcome Casey & Diane (reminds me of a little ditty or song).
Your TT is like my brother's. His wife used to complain about the size of theirs. She used to say "you can't even swing a cat in here"!
Good luck on your travels
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