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Old 07-07-2006, 08:50 PM   #1
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I've finally gotten rid of my well wrecked Nissan Sentra (two major wrecks while parked at my home) and bought a new 2007 Nissan Versa which I am going to have equipped for towing.

I've got an appointment to take it in to Blue Ox to have them fit a baseplate to it in several weeks. My question is have any of you participated in their fit program?

I'm anticipating that it will take them two to three days to complete the job, and now am wondering what I can do besides twiddle my thumbs in their waiting room! From what I can tell, there is not much in the Pender NE area to see, and I will be without transportation while they are working on my set up.

If you have any information on how this has worked for others, I would appreciate any input I can get.

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I've finally gotten rid of my well wrecked Nissan Sentra (two major wrecks while parked at my home) and bought a new 2007 Nissan Versa which I am going to have equipped for towing.

I've got an appointment to take it in to Blue Ox to have them fit a baseplate to it in several weeks. My question is have any of you participated in their fit program?

I'm anticipating that it will take them two to three days to complete the job, and now am wondering what I can do besides twiddle my thumbs in their waiting room! From what I can tell, there is not much in the Pender NE area to see, and I will be without transportation while they are working on my set up.

If you have any information on how this has worked for others, I would appreciate any input I can get.

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Old 07-08-2006, 06:20 AM   #3
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If I am not mistaken Pender is close to Omaha... Not sure what there is to do but this may help ya a little....
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Old 07-08-2006, 09:14 AM   #4
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I agree there is not much to do in Pender,NE but blue ox will give you a vehicle to drive while you are there and Sioux City, IA is only about 20 mi. from there factory. There is a very large mall there and many other things to do. Also you are on a Indin Reservation and not far from there is the John Niehardt Center Historic Site the man that wrote Black Elk Speaks about the Soiux Indians is in Bancroft, NE not far away. Also they give a great factory tour.
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Old 07-08-2006, 09:30 AM   #5
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Thanks for the info. I do enjoy moseying around the historic areas and since I will be by myself I won't have DW nagging me to hurry up so she can go shopping!

Any suggestions for an inexpensive motel in the area that is convenient?

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