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Old 06-27-2018, 07:31 AM   #76609
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Here are some great dealer shots before we mess it up. LOL
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Old 06-27-2018, 08:45 AM   #76610
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Thanks...the travel mode will be a bit tighter than our "old" one. It has a rather tight isle and Zeus will have only a couple places to get comfortable while we travel. Still...we can get to the refer and bathroom.

We found that true with the one we now have. The slides on the 2008 were about 25-26 inches and the slides on this one are 30 inches. Makes for a narrow walkway.



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Good looking coach Don and getting to the bathroom during travel is very important as well as having access to the refer. You never know when you might need to roll one.

You are so weird, but in a funny way. Don't let the compliment go to your head.
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Old 06-27-2018, 09:39 AM   #76611
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When I had weight loss surgery a few years ago one of the pain meds really made me sick. The change of nausea meds nearly stopped it in its tracks. I hope that is the same for Dale.

On a "funny" note...

We are staying in the dealer's lot as we move from one coach to another when at about 8 PM Sandee says I need to come to the door because someone was wandering between our old and new coach. I came out and a teenager is walking around with a cell phone and seems to be looking at and under the new coach for something.

Of course, I tell him he needs to leave and he shows me his phone. He points to his phone showing some kind of geo-cache app. It was difficult to get the whole story because he seemed to be english challenged (Oriental) or maybe slightly special needs. I told him that there was nothing here and to move along. He seemed to be a bit confused on why his app directed him here but got on his bike and left without any issues.
Oh those geo-cacher folk .... Ahem.
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Old 06-27-2018, 09:41 AM   #76612
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We found that true with the one we now have. The slides on the 2008 were about 25-26 inches and the slides on this one are 30 inches. Makes for a narrow walkway.






You are so weird, but in a funny way. Don't let the compliment go to your head.
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Old 06-27-2018, 09:42 AM   #76613
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Thanks...the travel mode will be a bit tighter than our "old" one. It has a rather tight isle and Zeus will have only a couple places to get comfortable while we travel. Still...we can get to the refer and bathroom.
Ours is the same. Reminds me to step up the diet plans!
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Old 06-27-2018, 12:23 PM   #76614
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Tim thinks outside the box.

Yep! He always has his head stuck in a box.
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Old 06-27-2018, 12:53 PM   #76615
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On my last post, I realize I misspelled Dutchess. Sorry 'bout that.
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Yep! He always has his head stuck in a box.


Yep I should have known, all these folks that havenít wo$ked in years all getting new rides and talking refer. Humm,,Iím no Columbo but something donít seem right here. Refer madness !
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I was wondering if there would be a lot of heat exhausted into the RV or if it will be similar to a regular residential fridge. Hope it works well for you.

Also glad to hear about the treatment for your back pain; I hope that will help you to feel better.
I'm told it's like a residential fridge. It has a compressor and no ammonia. I'm going to see if I can add a small exhaust fan at the bottom to pull the heat off in the warmer months. I've added a propane catalytic heater and no longer use the furnace. I'm thinking I'll remove it also. It sits below the fridge. More storage space!
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Actually I believe the roof vent will be allowing any developed heat to dissipate up that already provided flue. The outside air vent was there to provide outside combustion air into the fridge cavity for the propane flame.
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Old 06-27-2018, 04:34 PM   #76620
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Yep I should have known, all these folks that havenít wo$ked in years all getting new rides and talking refer. Humm,,Iím no Columbo but something donít seem right here. Refer madness !

Don't fret Tim. Another 15 years and you will have Denis' rich status.


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I'm told it's like a residential fridge. It has a compressor and no ammonia. I'm going to see if I can add a small exhaust fan at the bottom to pull the heat off in the warmer months. I've added a propane catalytic heater and no longer use the furnace. I'm thinking I'll remove it also. It sits below the fridge. More storage space!
Barb, does the present on-board heater heat the plumbing. Well you really don't stay in cold climes anyway so I guess it is mundane.
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Need a Mutant fix

Jackie says she needs a mutant fix.

How about a lunch soon?

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Jackie says she needs a mutant fix.

How about a lunch soon?

Papa Steve??

Sue??
Yeah! Steve recently suggested an MC @ the Beef House @ Covington. How about that. Skyboss will be back in town soon.
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