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Old 09-17-2010, 01:15 PM   #29
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TBRich (post #18) mentioned Oasis RV Center in Tucson. I've found them to be very professional and helpful, in addition to having a great parts dept. geared to the "do-it-yourselfer."
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Old 09-17-2010, 02:35 PM   #30
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If you're on your way to Yellowstone, you need a copy of 'THE LONG LONG TRAILER'. This movie will explain all things not to do.Carry on. Richie Rich.
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Old 09-17-2010, 02:36 PM   #31
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haha. awesome intro. i laughed hard. welcome to the forums, and welcome to the streamin' community! hope ta see ya on the road someday
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Wheew.. I'm back.. OMG this was a long trip. Almost 3,000 miles.. The Airstream drove like a dream. I hit Mt Rushmore, Yellowstone, Arches national park and grand canyon. I found some things on "Toastmaster" The name of my airstream that I want to change. The water heater. There has to be one out there that allows more than a 20 second shower. The heater was tolerable, but 60-90 degrees in 30 seconds was a bit much. Also the door latch was a problem the entire trip. you have to SLAM the door to get it to latch correctly. I did have a small scratch on her, i got too close to a tree on the road going to the Grand Canyon. Other than that, I am hooked. I'm planning trips left and right. I honestly don't know how I lived without an airstream all this time. Luckily I own a company where I can work anywhere I want to as long as I have an internet connection, so I'm getting satellite internet installed on her, so I'll be on the road ALOT, and I cant wait!.

I was disappointed that I only saw 4 other Airstreams :-( but the fellow Airstreamers I met were out of this world nice.

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