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Old 05-09-2011, 12:58 PM   #141
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Course, it would help if I weren't on vacation now! In principle, we're open to rallies, but it always depends on dates. This fall, we're registered to go to the balloon fiesta in ABQ, so those dates are obviously out: Come hell or high water, we're going to balloon fiesta this year! (That's why we decided not to do the DenCO raspberry picking rally at this park this year.)

Beyond those dates, though, I always have to check with my wife, AKA The Queen Of Sites (since she keeps the spreadsheet on her computer).


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Old 05-09-2011, 01:03 PM   #142
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Thanks for the response, Lynn. O.K., mo/ho Classic types, ready to rally? I'll be helping in any way I can, maybe with some help from the Casini crew.
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Old 05-09-2011, 01:22 PM   #143
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I think for now I will put some seatbelts in the Dinette seats, so that they can be used safely when traveling, and decide the bigger picture later.
My dinette seats, though admittedly nothing like either of yours being across from the galley, do have seat belts that are currently tucked in the storage compartments underneath (still attached). Same goes for the couch and the swivel chairs in the living room area. I'm surprised yours doesn't have them in the dinette area Keyair...
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Old 05-09-2011, 01:26 PM   #144
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Thanks for the response, Lynn. O.K., mo/ho Classic types, ready to rally? I'll be helping in any way I can, maybe with some help from the Casini crew.
I'm interested and I am planning a trip out West later this year. Maybe I can arrange it to coincide with the rally??? Time will tell.
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Old 05-09-2011, 01:43 PM   #145
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I'm interested and I am planning a trip out West later this year. Maybe I can arrange it to coincide with the rally??? Time will tell.
That is a good start, I might start a thread to see who's interested and what dates are open once everyone agrees on a campground. Sorry about your back, I have some of the same problems, too. Quite honestly, driving is the best therapy for me when I've got the pains. Hint hint.
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this was on the doorstep when I got home today. now I can peer into the deepest crevice of the motorhome, maybe even down a spark plug hole, or two
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House home made DC brakers and chassis fuse block.
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Old 05-10-2011, 02:03 PM   #148
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this was on the doorstep when I got home today. now I can peer into the deepest crevice of the motorhome, maybe even down a spark plug hole, or two
79.99 with coupon (27083633 thru 7/3/11)
97.34 with s/h

That one is sweet Elbundi!
I have the older style one with the removable screen...
Paid for itself 5 times over already!
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That is sweet! Great job
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Boy howdy, those 34.5 coaches sure have their wiring problems to cause you guys all the screwing around you seem to do. Ever get on the road?
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Old 05-10-2011, 05:15 PM   #151
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Boy howdy, those 34.5 coaches sure have their wiring problems to cause you guys all the screwing around you seem to do. Ever get on the road?
I'll be hitting the road for a month or longer trip of the North Eastern "colonies" later this month. Starting with spending Memorial Day weekend in West Virginia, then moving on to Ohio for Alumapalooza, then headed east to spend a few nights in Pennsylvania at Pennwood Airstream Park then on to Carlisle, Gettysburg Hershey and York, where I am planning to tour the Harley-Davidson Softail and touring bike factory then I may head further North, still undecided, and I'll be coming back through Virginia and staying at Highland Haven Airstream Park for a while (I love surrounding myself with Airstreams and Airstreamers whenever possible!). So I am definitely getting my 345 on the road for a while. So far my wiring hasn't given any trouble (typed as I knock on wood) other than replacing fluorescent light ballasts and wiring in the electric circuit of my three way water heater that had never been connected... That doesn't count as trouble though.
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New Diesel tank, new trans mount and cleaned up the stripe!
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Is the tank a custom?
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Is the tank a custom?
And does it have a handy drain incase one takes on bad fuel or algae starts growing?
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