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Miles PH 04-22-2012 08:47 PM

Endeavor m-38wdd-300hp
New to me 2000 Holiday Rambler ENDEAVOR M-38WDD-300HP any help, WITH WHAT TO LOOK FOR will BE grate .ON UP GRADES AND WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR..
thank YOU ALL:angel:

Skip426 04-22-2012 10:32 PM

Hi there looks like you've been a member for a while but haven't done any posting, so just in case no one has said it before , Welcome to iRV2.
Biggest thing is to make sure your coach's servicing is all up to date, all the fluids and filters are good, tires are in good condition and properly inflated, then get out and enjoy RVing. If you have questions or problems as you go ; Well you've come to the right place for answers.:thumb:
A few more specifics about your coach, Chassis type, engine type and size, trans model. will get you more feed-back.

Miles PH 04-23-2012 02:56 AM

Skip thank you,
Not much time in the past to be on line looking posting working to dang long HR's or Hunting / fishing or just plane playing---- but Retard :dance: now and ready to get going and see be where We have not bin in the past yet...Or the ones I liked see again
I/we have bin camping almost All my life from OLD canvas tents in the 60s Thin popups ,new JEEP tent that's grate tent by the way, 18' camper ,28' Thour Trans porter Toy Hauler .NOW new to me now 2000 Class A pusher and trailer to put my Bruce Myers Manx Dune buggy in and Bikes in and maybe my golf cart.. Hehe But I a newbie to Full timing so Thanks in Advance and I will be posting moor win I get time:cool:

Steve N Sal 04-23-2012 03:59 AM

Howdy and welcome aboard. Hope you enjoy the site. I'm sure you'll get all the info you're looking for here. Hope you enjoy all your future experiences for sure. Be safe and Happy Motoring!!:thumb:

ahicks 04-23-2012 09:26 AM

Congratulations! These Endeavors seem to be pretty sturdy coaches given any care at all. I would start by studying up on ALL the service requirements, then making sure they are up to date. THEN, these are so different to drive (assuming no prior DP experience), give yourself plenty of time to get used to it. Thousands of miles, not hundreds!

Miles PH 04-23-2012 05:21 PM

Thank you all for the support,on ALL the service requirements, then making sure they are up to date. grate point
I have had my CDL for over 35 years now, I was all-so a volin tear Fireman,, Water tank pumper-truck driver, Fire truck operator and Ladder truck Driver/operator and EMT and was driving box trucks to Dubbed tankers 18/22 wheelers, But BIG winds can flip ya over quick..:facepalm:
Thank you all

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