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Old 05-03-2012, 08:11 PM   #15
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Nice rig!

Did you get a good deal? I think so but let's ask a couple of questions!

1. Do you like the floor plan and features your RV has?

2. Were you excited when you got in, started the motor and drove away from the dealership?

If you answerd yes to these two questions then you got a good deal regardless of whatever price you paid!

Don't let someone elses opinion of what a good deal is, take away your excitment!
Yes and yes! I still get excited when I get in it. Often I take a few minutes during my lunch break to go to the storage lot just to "check up on her"

I was getting a little annoyed after the first month or so because every time I took it out something broke or went wrong. Things have been smoother sailing since. I see that the problems are something that the majority of coaches have so a little more relieved.
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[QUOTE=I was getting a little annoyed after the first month or so because every time I took it out something broke or went wrong. Things have been smoother sailing since. I see that the problems are something that the majority of coaches have so a little more relieved.[/QUOTE]

I feel your pain on that as the old saying goes, "The more parts it has the better chance it will break." definitely applies to an RV! I doubt I would get much argument from most of the people in this forum that you should have a tool kit stowed away in the RV. You may also want to get a few replacement bulbs for the lights both interior and exterior.
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Hope your good luck continues - having an RV is certainly an adventure.
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