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Old 09-22-2017, 11:56 PM   #253
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Old 03-06-2018, 08:16 AM   #254
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Greetings from Ft. Myers Beach area. My Wife & I purchased a 2005 35' Gulf Stream EnduraMax Toyhauler in Lathrop CA in May 2014. At the time it had only 26,000mi on it and as of March 2018 has 50,000mi. We load it with a Honda SilverWing 600cc Scooter and 4 bicycles. We tow a Honda HRV with the excellent Blue Ox Aladdin Tow Bar and Patriot II Brake Assist. We travel to FL area annually staying on and off for 3 months, storing the RV between visits. I was directed here by Millie Birchfield of Gulf Stream Corporation and am delighted to discover this Forum and Gulf Stream Group. I look forward to both learning and contributing.

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Old 03-31-2018, 09:08 PM   #255
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Hello form the Yukon!

Wife and I just finishing up a deal on a 2009 Conquest W63110d....

Make a long story short, it's been a long LONG process, and I won't get to take delivery before July....My dad will have it stored until we do our month long trip this summer.

We settled on this brand/model as it offered most of what we wanted and it had a higher end "feel" then some others....out maiden trip with it will be 3377 miles from Ottawa, Ontario Canada to Whitehorse, .
Yukon Canada....should be one heck of a trip.

Looking forward to lurking on here and absorbing all the valuable info/expertise shared on the forum.

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Old 10-07-2018, 12:43 PM   #256
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New trailer

I am new to this forum and new to the Gulfstream Vintage Cruiser 19CSK.

Had a home made teardrop for multiple years. I decided to get something a little bigger so I can take my Dad along to the music festivals and other events I like to go to from time to time.

Look forward to visiting with others who have experience on the road.
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Old 10-11-2018, 12:21 PM   #257
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92 Tour Master 8391 Revival

Just purchased a 92 Tour Master with 69k miles. She's gonna need some work to repair a roof leak and water damage but seems mechanically sound. I went through and serviced the engine , transmission and generator. Now just waiting on a replacement skylight before tackling the roof. I was happy to find this forum with everyone's vast amount of knowledge and experience. I'm sure I will put it to good use.
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Old 11-29-2018, 09:47 AM   #258
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New Conquest owners

Hello all, we are new members and new RV owners. We just purchased a 2017 class C Gulf Stream Conquest 32 ft. Of course havent yet taken it anywhere, What are these RV builders thinking? A floor to ceiling pantry with 2 separations but no shelves. What do you do, just shove it all in, let the road bounce settle it into a heap, hoping that will hold it in place. then carry a basket to hold under the cabinet to catch the fallout every time you open it.
Best of all then they warn about not attaching anything.... because who knows what’s behind those walls.
Goes without saying, shelving is the first order of business.
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Old 12-28-2018, 08:46 PM   #259
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Smile 2006 Gulf Stream Vista Cruiser Newbies

Hi, Ya'll..

My husband and I recently found a 2006 Vista Cruiser G28 (Freightliner) with only 8500 miles!!!

We are figuring things out, and looking forward to learning as we go.

Our van was a show model when new, and came with the ITR WaterHeater hydronic unit. Anyone else out there have the same? We have a few questions...

Jim and Sandy
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Old 06-29-2019, 08:05 AM   #260
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Brand new to this trailer life, but excited about my Gulf Stream Geo!
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Old 06-26-2020, 08:52 PM   #261
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1986 Sun Stream 8291

I am fixing to start work on rehabiting a 1986 Gulf Stream Sun Stream. I am looking for as much info as possible.

It has the Ford 460 so I am pretty sure it is the John Deere chassis.

Does anyone know the black, grey and water tanks sizes? Is it wired for a second AC
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Old 06-27-2020, 12:25 AM   #262
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We've had a 1988 Hi Rise 32' for the past 13 years. A lot of experiences good and bad. I have the factory manual (not model specific, basic info only, mostly useless) I think it does have capacities, I'll check tomorrow. Ours had two ID plates on it; one over the drivers door and one in the cabinet above the kitchen sink. I used that info on the internet and downloaded the complete chassis manual. Unfortunately I never found any really good manuals for the RV. Ours has wiring in the bedroom vent frame for a second AC unit. The Two worst thing we dealt with were: 1. An IDIOT designed the Roof, It is 1" lower than the surrounding parameter. When it Rains, You have a 1" deep swimming pool for a roof. It's a constant Battle. 2: Look up at the chassis directly behind the rear wheels. You'll be looking at the bottom of your Grey Water tank. I blew a tread and put a hole in that tank. On my unit the tank can Not be removed. I'll get some info out to you this weekend. We still Love it when It's Behaving.
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Richard "PONY", Virginia & Cleo "Cleopatra" the Cat..Restored 1988 Gulfstream HiRise 32' HiPo 460, 1974 Harley 74. Fulltimers since 2005.
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Old 06-28-2020, 12:15 PM   #263
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Hay Jpony56hd,
I repaired my black water tank with a plastic welder. I had to do it using a mirror. It was worth buying a plastic welder.
Good Luck
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Old 06-29-2020, 04:12 PM   #264
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I looked in the owners manual and as I said it only had very general information, nothing about capacities.
My tank was damaged on the bottom and up one side that could not be accessed from the outside. I had to disassemble the clothes closet, cut an access hole in the floor and top of the holding tank. Then I cleaned and abs glued and pop riveted a piece of abs plastic to the inside of the tank. ( I could not see Any way to replace the tank)

Richard "PONY", Virginia & Cleo "Cleopatra" the Cat..Restored 1988 Gulfstream HiRise 32' HiPo 460, 1974 Harley 74. Fulltimers since 2005.
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