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Old 08-24-2019, 10:20 AM   #281
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I too am very satisfied with our 3211 daybreak. However it has developed a terrible sgualking sound in the left side dash that I can't determine what it is. Any help would be appreciated
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I had that problem and it took several years to figure out. My front headlight was rubbing against the fiberglass. Thin piece of rubber wedged between solved it. So glad itís gone!
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Old 08-25-2019, 10:55 AM   #282
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Thanks you may be on to something. I'll check that out
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Old 11-15-2019, 09:20 PM   #283
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I'm getting a little tired of all the Damon Outlaw love, so I thought I would post this. I have had my Daybreak about 5 years and I have put over 33,000 miles on it. It has about 68,000. I Have been to Fl three times and out west [from Ohio] twice and loved every minute.
We bought our 1996 Daybreak in March 2019 - it had 22K miles on the odometer and was used and abused but thousands of $$ and a lot of manual labor later, it is getting close to making its maiden camping voyage. I love the space, the layout, the amount of storage, and the progress we've made! It's an infinite work-in-progress as I will have it completely remodeled by the time I die. I'd like to find a shorter sofa so I could extend the kitchen (a pantry would be nice, more counter space even nicer). I want to reupholster everything, pull down all the roller shades and replace with blinds (they're in the garage waiting their turn in line), and reseal the cabinet doors. Formica needs replaced everywhere and I'm thinking we can recoup our investment in the couldn't-use-it TrafficMaster vinyl plank by using it for the backsplash in the kitchen and bathroom area, and for the entry stair sides and risers (carpet for the steps).
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Old 01-22-2020, 01:33 PM   #284
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Just have to chime in on this one! Got my 2006 Daybreak 3276 with bunks in March; my first class A so I have no reference point but I'm loving it! I show dogs and their travel crates fit perfectly in the bunks! Also have the peeling decals challenge and am in the process of taking them off and will live with a "naked" unit until I can get it painted.


Hi we have had everything from. Pop up 5 er C Forth A last one a 98 Georgie boy one slide wife wanted more slides we found one in Calgary Alberta itís a2004 Damon Intruder 373 Workhorse 3 slides in immaculate condition will fly out in April to bring home canít wait we live in Hamilton Ontario and are retired and ready to hit the road and have some fun
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Old 02-25-2020, 10:57 PM   #285
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Added some SumoSprings to our 2005 Daybreak, with a P32 Workhorse Chassis. Worth every penny! Removed a lot of that tail wag, rocking, and leaning on sharp turns.
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Old 02-26-2020, 12:00 AM   #286
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We bought our 1996 Daybreak in March 2019 - it had 22K miles on the odometer and was used and abused but thousands of $$ and a lot of manual labor later, it is getting close to making its maiden camping voyage. I love the space, the layout, the amount of storage, and the progress we've made! It's an infinite work-in-progress as I will have it completely remodeled by the time I die. I'd like to find a shorter sofa so I could extend the kitchen (a pantry would be nice, more counter space even nicer). I want to reupholster everything, pull down all the roller shades and replace with blinds (they're in the garage waiting their turn in line), and reseal the cabinet doors. Formica needs replaced everywhere and I'm thinking we can recoup our investment in the couldn't-use-it TrafficMaster vinyl plank by using it for the backsplash in the kitchen and bathroom area, and for the entry stair sides and risers (carpet for the steps).
Yay!! The blinds are up and the roller shades & valances are in the trash. The heater, water heater, stove, fridge (on electric and LP), A/C are all working as designed (after removing half a ton of mud dauber debris and replacing a couple of switches). New floor is down with matching molding, except in the cab, where the old carpet was torn out and replaced with some nice gray indoor/outdoor carpet. We took it out for a spin up SR 23, then back into town for gasoline and LP fill-ups. Laminate tops all still need replaced and backsplash put up, but I think we'll button it up soon. DH retires in another month and we should be ready to camp! I hope we make it before DH polishes off all the snacks I'm storing in there
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Old 04-27-2020, 07:57 PM   #287
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Bought a 2006 Daybreak on f53 chassis. Installing 2k inverter and 600 amps of lithium batteries. Should be interesting.
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Old 04-28-2020, 08:05 AM   #288
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Just curious

Just curious. We traded in our 2006 Daybreak in March. Wondering if maybe you bought it. We traded at Lazy Days in Seffner, Fl. I wish when we bought a used unit we could know who owned it before.
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Old 04-28-2020, 11:50 PM   #289
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nope. bought mine in Denton Tx.
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