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Old 03-18-2006, 09:17 PM   #1
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Hello All,
We just picked up our first motorhome on 3/17. It is a 2000 Fleetwood Flair 31A. This is our first RV of any type, and we decided to jump in with both feet. What a blast! Can't wait to make a trip with it. We are planning to take it as our support vehical when 9 of us make a motorcycle trip to Yellowstone and Colorado in June and July.
I have already got a lot of information off of this forum, and look forward to learning a lot more. Kepp the good info coming. I am really excited about this RV thing!
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Old 03-18-2006, 09:17 PM   #2
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Hello All,
We just picked up our first motorhome on 3/17. It is a 2000 Fleetwood Flair 31A. This is our first RV of any type, and we decided to jump in with both feet. What a blast! Can't wait to make a trip with it. We are planning to take it as our support vehical when 9 of us make a motorcycle trip to Yellowstone and Colorado in June and July.
I have already got a lot of information off of this forum, and look forward to learning a lot more. Kepp the good info coming. I am really excited about this RV thing!
Don Davis
Peoria, AZ
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Old 03-19-2006, 02:33 AM   #3
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Welcome Don Davis to IRV2 and congrats on your first MH.
You can take some trips in your back yard by living in it and useing it. It will help to get some of the newness out of it and you will see how everything works and if correctly.
Enjoy the forums and dig deep into them by useing the "FIND" window at top of each forum.
If you would do something for us to help you is post in your sign-profile block your coach and chassis info so when you post a question that info will follow you on your posts.
Good luck and SAFE travels as a newie. "007"
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Old 03-19-2006, 03:31 AM   #4
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To; Don Davis'

Congrats on the new , to you , moho.

Enjoy the lifestyle, it is different.

As "007' , suggested, if you can, live in and use the rig before any trips. Any bugs, except power train should show up and be corrected before you hit the road.

If you have'nt already done so, check and change tranny fluid and filter, you can' tell when last done and this will let you know if there is abnormal wear in tranny, Also, rear end housing and engine oil and filters.

A little preventive maintainance goes a long way and can keep you from preventable breakdowns.

Good Luck and traveling and stay out of harm's way

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Don Davis, Welcome to the IRV2 website, hope you have enjoyed what you have seen so far, look forward to hear from you. Ed.S
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