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Old 04-13-2016, 04:09 AM   #743
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Arizona, take off your rainbow shades
Arizona, have another look at the world
My myyy
Arizona, cut off your Indian braids
Arizona, hey won'tcha go my way
Thanks for the updates. Glad the trip is working out (Comfort Zone thread) -- don't forget you can always ask here about FC20 problems.

Happy Trails!

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Old 04-13-2016, 08:47 PM   #744
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Arizona, take off your rainbow shades
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Arizona, hey won'tcha go my way

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Old 04-13-2016, 09:27 PM   #745
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Not sure if you're ready for this one!

https://www.duckbrand.com/products/d...188-in-x-10-yd




Thinking I need to make a spin thru [More]

love the band
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Old 04-15-2016, 08:59 AM   #746
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Summerization summarization on the OTRA Music Channel I thread, plus a great song for the road/sky in an Airstream with wings -- From a Window Seat by the LA group Dawes.

Let the Summer Games begin!



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Old 04-16-2016, 03:58 PM   #747
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You guys are seriously off topic!
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Your comment is noted.

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Old 04-17-2016, 08:49 PM   #749
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ditto.

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Old 04-19-2016, 08:47 PM   #750
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Old 04-20-2016, 07:41 AM   #751
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Actually Darrell we have been busy with the birth of our fourth grandson last week. Your point about being off-topic was well taken (if a little aggressive in tone IMO). I hope to finish the wheel well work this week to cover the exposed plywood sub-floor. Hope your recent rally put you in a good Springtime mood . . .

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Just ordered 3x 16'' Sendel Rims and Michelin LTX M/S 2... we'd rather mitigate any issues on our move to Alaska this summer and beyond! We can't wait to get out on the road!!
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Actually Darrell we have been busy with the birth of our fourth grandson last week. Your point about being off-topic was well taken (if a little aggressive in tone IMO). I hope to finish the wheel well work this week to cover the exposed plywood sub-floor. Hope your recent rally put you in a good Springtime mood . . .



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Sorry, my comment was meant totally tongue-in-cheek! I love it when you guys talk about music!
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Good Morning 20 Footer Folks.....I am getting ready to go camping and need some help.

I have found the following:

1. Water heater bypass valve (yellow)
2. A valve on the white (assume cold) water line next to the water heater
3. Can't find a valve for the red (assume hot) water line next to the water heater......anyone know where it is?
4. Two valves for hot and cold (drains) in the rear storage compartment.

Are there any other valves I need to look for before connecting water to the Airstream? The Owners' manual says there is one under the trailer.....darned if I can find it
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Hi Steve,

Good news that you are getting ready to go camping!

Bob [CruizinDux] posted some photos of the two low-point drains under the front dinette seat.

One of the drains is fairly visible (your 2), and the other is buried under that box on the back of the heater (your 3).

Bob's photos in Post 408: http://www.airforums.com/forums/f516...ml#post1718573

My photos in Post 411: http://www.airforums.com/forums/f516...ml#post1719109

The right-hand valve, as seen in my photos above, is hard to see when you look down through the opening in the dinette seat base.

Post 428 has a photo from above, and the hidden valve is slightly shown under that dark box on the back of the water heater:

http://www.airforums.com/forums/f516...ml#post1721787

They are also hard to turn, so a small adjustable wrench or pair of pliers helped me get them started.

The other valve you need to close is the white (yours may be brass?) one for draining the fresh water tank. If you stand at the street side of the trailer, facing the sewer dump valves and outlet, the water tank drain valve is just behind (further toward the center line of the trailer), and is on the vertical face of that large rectangular shape under the rear of the trailer (which protects the actual tank IMO). Your owners manual should illustrate some of this.

Good luck!

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Sorry, my comment was meant totally tongue-in-cheek! I love it when you guys talk about music!
Thank you for the clarification, but . . .

It has been my experience on the Internet that sarcasm and tongue-in-cheek comments do not translate well, generally speaking. Some authors follow such comments with an icon to warn that the words do not carry their "straight-up" meanings.

If the reader does not "get it" then the attempted humor backfires, as here. I appreciate the clarification.
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