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Old 02-18-2018, 10:44 PM   #1
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SOB observations at RV show.

Hi,

(1.) Maybe we need more stickers/decals.

(2.) "Exterior seals must be inspected/maintained every 90 days.

(3.) Don't rip your fingers off while cleaning around your shower curtain rail.

(4.) I love pushing on random walls in SOB's.
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Old 02-19-2018, 04:45 AM   #2
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These units are definitely made to sell.........

The wife and I went to one of these spring rv shows a year or two ago and were both dissapointed. In one 500k+ class A the wall trim was broken and hanging. I pointed it out to the salesman sitting inside the unit, his reply was lots of little hands had been inside. If the trim work can't survive one day at the rv sale how would it ever survive in the wilds with a family aboard? We also found it amusing how quickly a salesman gives up hope of a sale when they found out we owned an Airstream.
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And the stuff you see at shows has been specially prepped to make a good impression.

My Alumalina T-shirt. IS a cloak of invisability. That's why no one accosted me! Thanks

Please scuse me. Gotta fro-up from the new trayla smell.
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