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  1. Kiawah
    01-12-2015 09:53 PM
    Kiawah
    I saw your post on irv2 damon forum, about having a bunch of pdf files. I'm seriously considering a 2007 tuscany 4076 with about 15K miles, but I'm concerned that the current owner doesn't have the historical maintenance records. I've seen a post that referenced some things that should have been done at periodic times, but I'm VERY interested in the pdf files that you have.

    If it's not too much trouble, could you please send to 'DaveBeacham99 @ gmail.com'. I'm excited about the possibility/probability of owning this coach, assuming I can become comfortable that it is mechanically sound. Have never owned a motorhome, but very comfortable with fixing/maintaining electrical/mechanical items doing all the maintenance on my vehicles and boat over the years.

    Thanks in advance....
  2. Goldensadie
    Had to respond as I've never seen or heard of a RV with 6 slides before! Your Damon Tuscany is very nice, you obviously keep it well maintained. We have on as well, a 2011 with 4 slides. We bought ours used from Lazy Days and have only owned it less than a year, trading in Feb. toward a 2015 Entegra, my husband's favorite of all RV's! Everyone we met in our travels last winter who owned one raved about them. We were invited for a drink inside an Entegra and it felt just like we were sitting inside a formal livingroom. Favorite features on these rigs are the radiant heat floors and gas fireplaces, both of which we'll use a lot living here in ME when camping in early spring and fall. I love our Tuscany, it's very nice and never has given us any trouble other than the windshield wiper flying off the windshield during a heavy rain storm, twice! Not fun driving like this with no wipers, but finally fixed and tested.
    Enjoy your Tuscany & travels!
  3. Thomas9341
    This is referring to an old post on Carrier V rooftop A/C do you remember if the Daewoo Frame size was an 48Y like the A.O. Smith you purchased??? in other words was there any mount modification you had to make or was it just wiring and the motor now that Grainger is selling for that product code is a 2 speed... so if there is no mount change this is an almost exact replacement thank to your hard work...If you would call me or text me because my unit is about to die and i would like to order the part Tom 561-929-5533
  4. Slothsaway
    powerboater, I grew up camping in an Alaskan pop up slide in camper for the first 21 years and hav been in the Navy for the last 23 where I have only camped a handfull of times. Two weeks ago I purchased a 2010 Tuscany 4072 with a 425hp Cummins and will be picking it up in May when I return from Overseas. i see that you have numerous posts and are the owner of a Tuscany yourself. Do you have any advise for me and my wife as we prepare to pick up our new home in two months?
    Thanks, Sloth
  5. Danorske
    07-09-2009 04:08 PM
    Danorske
    Bob, I guess I sent the messages from the wrong place. What I did was to click on your profile and posted a profile comment. Maybe not the right place? My Tuscanny doesn't have that switch by the knee.
    Ron
  6. Danorske
    07-09-2009 03:47 PM
    Danorske
    Bob,
    Yea I've re-adjusted the leveler because it would never get level enough. I did like the book says. But I didn't see (wasn't looking for) the dump procedure. The Tuscany that I rode tested to buy had that switch by the knee. The salesman (I use that term loosely), Said that this unit didn't have that feature. I guess I'll have to break out the manual again and search it.

    Thanks,
    Ron
  7. Danorske
    07-08-2009 08:01 PM
    Danorske
    Hi Bob,
    I see from your last post that you have some kind of air system other than the stock air suspension. That you can lower your coach before leveling? right. When I test drove a Tuscany and bought a different one, Liked the color better. The one we test drove had that. I thought it was standard on all coaches. boooo my bad, Anyway I wonder if I could get that system added to my coach now. What do you think?
    Ron

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    City
    quitman
    State or Province
    TX
    Country
    USA
    RV Manufacturer
    Forest River
    RV Model
    Cedar Creek 36RLTS
    RV Year
    2006
    RV Length
    38 feet
    Location (City, State):
    North East Texas
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    USN Retired, Life time member of the DAV.
    Enjoying the 2008 Damon Tuscany 4056, no your eyes are fine, there are really 6 slides
    2016 Expedition Toad on Hauler flat bed

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