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Old 03-24-2010, 12:49 PM   #21
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They said I may have pulled the interior ribbing away from the frame and he won't know until he rips off the side panel. Just the side panel is over $1100. It honestly doesn't look very deep.
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Old 03-24-2010, 12:56 PM   #22
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They said I may have pulled the interior ribbing away from the frame and he won't know until he rips off the side panel. Just the side panel is over $1100. It honestly doesn't look very deep.
I guarantee that the main bows are not pulled away from the floor channel.

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So what do you think of my racing stripes?
I think it adds character and the world could use a little more character nowadays!

When we brought the moho home from Maryland, we pulled in to a campground for the night. The campground roads were icy and there was a young boy trying to move his lawn mower and trailer out of the road. It wouldn't budge. Too heavy to push, believe me, we tried! So we pulled through a campsite (it was icy too) and drug a very heavy picnic table with us. So...the moho has a racing stripe now. I just keep telling myself that it adds character!
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Old 03-25-2010, 04:41 PM   #24
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LOL! Thanks for sharing.

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I think it adds character and the world could use a little more character nowadays!

When we brought the moho home from Maryland, we pulled in to a campground for the night. The campground roads were icy and there was a young boy trying to move his lawn mower and trailer out of the road. It wouldn't budge. Too heavy to push, believe me, we tried! So we pulled through a campsite (it was icy too) and drug a very heavy picnic table with us. So...the moho has a racing stripe now. I just keep telling myself that it adds character!
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Old 03-25-2010, 05:12 PM   #25
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OUCH! That hurts to look at. But it happens. I had a Lance cabover and backed into the same gutter overhang twice in my own driveway.
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There's a picture somewhere here of the garden wall I hit. Not bad for driving a bus though.

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OUCH! That hurts to look at. But it happens. I had a Lance cabover and backed into the same gutter overhang twice in my own driveway.
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Old 05-09-2010, 04:43 PM   #27
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This photo was sent to me a couple of weeks ago from Andy. Now my door closes!
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Adding picture of finished work. I am picking it up on monday in Corona.
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Can't wait to see it again. I will take some updated pictures to share.
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Tah Dah!!!

Finished repairs from my boo boo in March. Thank you Andy and Greg and all the staff at Inland RV.
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Same trim as ours, sweet!
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Your snow trim is nicer.

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