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Old 11-08-2019, 06:01 PM   #1
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New to us Mini Home

wife cant drive the Itasca Diesal. too hard to push the brake pedal. and 4 different big rig shops have no clue except how to charge me and say nothings wrong with it . that's the way there were?
so Trudy found a one owner 90 21 fter . 93,000 kms 351 4 spd auto .if it was a 460.wouldn't have got it.
original tires are all rotted .. I pumped em up at sellers place. he wouldn't let me use his air compressor.said his dad is selling it to cheap. you deal with it? so I brought my own little one and pumped the two low ones up ,added some premium gas to the 8 yr old stuff and drove it 25 miles home.
the frt corner moulding fell off both sides . temp fix with Gorilla tape.
at least the wife can drive this. if cant get our money out of the Itasca ,we will live in it while building on our bush property some day.

only thing doesn't work is the furnace, will check it out in spring unless we go south this month and find a RV repair shop near Phoinex Ar.Wifes uncle has a place south out in desert,invited us down.
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Old 11-08-2019, 07:06 PM   #2
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Hey it looks perty good Ken might be a fun rebuild !!
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Old 11-15-2019, 11:26 AM   #3
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Looks like a nice little rig! She should like that one a lot!
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