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Old 08-11-2013, 04:56 PM   #1
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Jed Clampett meets PREVOST

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Ugh, really?
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Old 08-11-2013, 08:46 PM   #3
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Hey, if my Roof air was out and no quick fix was available, don't think I wouldn't drop $200 at Lowes to stay cool.
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Old 08-11-2013, 09:00 PM   #4
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What does your PREVOST look like?
Post some pictures.
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I'd have one of those newfangled AC's that don't stick out a window.
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I'd think Jed would have put little wheels on that AC stand. It's tacky to leave scratch marks on the interstate.
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If I had Jed Clampett"s money I would have a PREVOST! And I would have a Mobil RV tech fix that machine. And I would park closer to the cement pond.
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Oh come on, lighten up Mel. You don't see the irony in this arrangement? And BTW, this is the real deal. I actually saw this in an RV Park while traveling recently.
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Oh come on, lighten up Mel. You don't see the irony in this arrangement? And BTW, this is the real deal. I actually saw this in an RV Park while traveling recently.

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Oh come on, lighten up Mel. You don't see the irony in this arrangement? And BTW, this is the real deal. I actually saw this in an RV Park while traveling recently.
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Sorry
I could never own a Prevost, unless it was given to me.
I know that if I bought a Prevost I would not have the resources, ($$), to maintain, let alone repair, it.
I have a hard enough time paying the bills for my coach.

If you USE it it will BREAK!
(I've learned that well in the 12 years I've owned/driven my coach).

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^^ LOL - if I bought one stainless steel and other shining metals would suddenly and without explanation, begin to rust.

As for if you use it, it will break - yep! And the converse is also true. If you don't use it, it will break. Or at least die a painful death.

But they sure are purdy.
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It just shows you the people that build these things don't use them. The AC is mounted forward and probably not providing enough bedroom cooling. Or they just hate the noisy roof mounted models. Nice stand they built. Very clever. Maybe they should build a mini pop out for the AC so it slides in for travel.
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Rednecks are going to rule the world one day, they are so innovative . Sometimes their ideas might seem crazy but soon you are adapting it to fit your needs ! Haha
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