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Old 03-08-2015, 04:35 PM   #71
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We recently joined the Tuscany club.. Traded away our 5th wheel for the new to us 2011 4051. We were looking at new one's but this floor plan fit us perfect and with only 15K miles it was hard to pass up for the money.

We have made a couple 4hr trips so far and are really enjoying it!! Looking forward to this year, lots of trips planned.

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Beautiful looking coach and wish you happy travelling.

Looks like a lobster paint on the Wrangler? Looks great behind your coach.
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Old 03-09-2015, 04:55 AM   #72
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Beautiful looking coach and wish you happy travelling.

Looks like a lobster paint on the Wrangler? Looks great behind your coach.
The paint is called "Sunset Orange", being a Gator it was a pretty easy pick for me and my wife, lol.

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Looks like your towbar may be more than 4" higher at
the toad than at the coach. Can cause big problems....
I don't think it is actually that much, perhaps just the angle of the picture.. but I will check it to be sure. What type of problems can it cause? I would say I have towed it 800 miles give or take so far, no problems. "other then my lead foot"...

Thanks everyone for the kind words everyone...

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Old 03-09-2015, 06:27 AM   #73
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Boostable.....at first glance, I thought you had the mother of all crank up TV antennas!
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Boostable.....at first glance, I thought you had the mother of all crank up TV antennas!
I see what you mean... LOL
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I also have those issues that need to be fixed on a regular basis. I assume that's the nature of the beast and try to fix them as painlessly as possible. Right now I need to reset the Zero Point setting on my LCI Levelers. I have the manual that gives me the instructions on how to do it but I can't seem to find a good place to put my level so I can pre-level the motorhome before performing the reset. My floor is tile and I've taken multiple measurements from one end to the other and get many different readings. I no longer have a Norcold fridge as I replaced it with a conventional one. Anyone have any suggestions on where to measure to get a good level reading?
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I also have those issues that need to be fixed on a regular basis. I assume that's the nature of the beast and try to fix them as painlessly as possible. Right now I need to reset the Zero Point setting on my LCI Levelers. I have the manual that gives me the instructions on how to do it but I can't seem to find a good place to put my level so I can pre-level the motorhome before performing the reset. My floor is tile and I've taken multiple measurements from one end to the other and get many different readings. I no longer have a Norcold fridge as I replaced it with a conventional one. Anyone have any suggestions on where to measure to get a good level reading?
kitchen counter would be good place as would the dinette
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The paint is called "Sunset Orange", being a Gator it was a pretty easy pick for me and my wife, lol.
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Had to go back and look at color again and yes I can see the Sunset Orange. But on my screen the first look comes across to me as the Lobster. Maybe because Lobster was what I wanted but they discontinued for 2014. My Red is closer to the Crimson for Sooners. lol Hope to meet you in a bowl!!
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Question 2005 Tuscany Owners Manual

I'm trying to find a copy of the owners manual for my 2005 Damon Tuscany. I went to the Thor archives but of course they only go back 10 years to 2006. Can anyone offer any help with this?
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I have a copy on my computer. Send me your e-mail address and I'll forward it to you. It is in Acrobat. edallsails@gmail.com
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Took delivery of our 2016 Tuscany 40BX XTE

We love the layout with the bubkhouse for our Grandaughter. We bought it at General RV in Canton Ohio. Great people to work with.
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We love the layout with the bubkhouse for our Grandaughter. We bought it at General RV in Canton Ohio. Great people to work with.
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Old 09-15-2015, 12:22 PM   #82
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These Astoria folks are starting to make me feel lonely

You fellow Tuscany folks need to pipe up and say howdy

Ok Powerboater..... Yes we may have more posting but I think there must be more "Tuscanys" on the road. We just complete a 6000 mile trip and I only saw two Astorias, one on the road and one departing a campground. We saw Damon/Thor Tuscany MHs at many campgrounds and nearly everyday while driving. Looking at the Tuscany and Astoria models, they are very similar until you get to the larger ones with tags.

Our 2008 Astoria has just over 50000 miles now. Going strong. Needs a good wash and wax.

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