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  1. Timberwolf
    Hope you didn't get more info than you asked for. Didn't mean to write your eyes out.

  2. Timberwolf
    Sold off a hammock like you're in in your picture, never got to use it, probably another mistake. Pardon my jumping from topic to topic and back again. When I started getting things moved in I had EVERYTHING piled about two feet high on all surfaces. Now I'm down to about a foot high on the closed folding bed and the table, oh, and a mountain of cassettes I've collected over the years on one side of the bed and a smaller stack of CD's on the other side. Good thing this has a cassette player in the bedroom, I'm adding a 5 CD player in there. It already has a CD player up front, (which has yet to be solidly mounted, can't have everything. Right?) It's a good thing about everything is documented, I've heard of, but have no idea how to use a convection microwave other than a conventional ones use. So for now I pretty much use it for thawing and making tea. Lol.

  3. Timberwolf
    I know what you mean about jerks. you can usually identify them by their spelling. Lol. They're also the ones who would have been weeded out by natural selection if the whiners weren't so busy making sure that everything in the world was made "safe."

    I run this around town every now and then, but have yet to take a trip. I'm still hunting for things like the alarm? This is my third MH over the years, the others didn't get much use. I installed a little three shelf bookcase for reading material. seems it wasn't adequate. I have a row of books all the way across the base of the fold out bed up front, then a stack behind the driver's seat, another behind the passenger's seat, and three of the upper cupboards. I think I'm set for reading material for a while. Lol.
  4. Timberwolf
    I give up, now it won't allow my font. I just moved into my 37' Limited, and am in the process of sorting out what fits and what doesn't. Moved out of a 1500 sq. ft. house, with the same size shop, into here. Had to sell everything, as when my girlfriend passed, it was her property. Family is selling it now. They are good to me. I'm on the property until it sells.

    Just put tires on this (ouch!) Just got a new toilet valve to install. Still have a bunch of things to fix, luckily most have been minor, with the exception of my battery isolator panel. That had to go to NC for repair. That fixed a few problems. Still have to figure out why the engine won't go over 1500 RPM's, otherwise runs well. I lucked out with documentation. Everything that is in here is documented by the former owner. Engine, transmission, owner, coach appliances, manuals for all.
  5. Timberwolf
    Hi, I had a reply that ready, then this thing said it was over twice what's allowed. THEN it occurred to me that I didn't know whether this would be a private reply or public post. I haven't figured that part out yet. I have the reply saved and will break it into three replies if this is private. Any suggestions there?

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    92 Holiday Rambler
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    91 Holiday Rambler Imperial 37ft Class A


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