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50sbuckeye 05-01-2015 04:32 PM

Just remember it can be fixed and no one was hurt. Experience is the best teacher. Probably not the last boo boo, but you will be more cautious, which is a good thing.

dusty56 05-01-2015 06:11 PM

Jeff I am glad that it worked out for you. The alignment looks perfect on the picture. You are ready for the next adventure. Remember HADLEY is our friend!

brobox 05-02-2015 05:29 AM

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Originally Posted by dusty56 (Post 2537506)
Jeff I am glad that it worked out for you. The alignment looks perfect on the picture. You are ready for the next adventure. Remember HADLEY is our friend!

And for those of us that don't have the luxury of Hadley's, I sure wish I did:) An angled approach to a steep driveway ramp is the best we can do. It beats scraping the generator cowl. I also learned that one the hard way.

Truck fuel stops are worst, they are built for trucks, not low riding MH's. It was a flying J that got me.

DSL417 05-02-2015 08:04 AM

Jeff, I noted you indicated that there was a crack in the corner (or bottom) of the front cap. From experience, a crack or tear in the edge of the cap is repairable. Mine on my 2013 was a three inch tear in the bottom inside edge. Precision, at Bremen, ground out the rough edges, relayered the fiberglass in the crack, ground it smooth, repainted that which was required to assure no "seam" showed on the cap. Their body and paint guy was a wiz and it looked like new. I'd be surprised if you have to replace the rear cap.


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