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OldRadios

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Posted: 11/04/11 08:59pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Put fresh gas in the tanks and put it's winter cover over it.
Guess I'll see it in the spring.


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Didn't do anything to her but had to stop by the storage area and give it a gentle pat on the bumper just to remind her we still love her.

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We brought out 2000 Xplorer home from the dealer where we just purchased it. Spent the day going through the rig and tried to remember everything they told us about how it works. We're excited to get out on a shake down cruise.

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vstreano wrote:

We brought out 2000 Xplorer home from the dealer where we just purchased it. Spent the day going through the rig and tried to remember everything they told us about how it works. We're excited to get out on a shake down cruise.
Congrats - post a picture if you get a chance!


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I went out to the Trailite B+ and sat in the drivers seat making engine noises like we were actually going somewhere! It can't be ten months to spring, can it?


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Placed some cabinet shelf gripper lining in some of my cubby hole storage areas. This is great storage space not used previously because things would slide back and forth. The one roll of liner was purchased at the DOLLAR TREE store.

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Took our Roada for a drive to Walmart running the generator to exercise it. Got hit with a heavy snow fall in Wisconsin Dells and we lost power for 3 hours. Thought it would be a good idea to make sure the generator was working okay in case we should ever need it. The smart thing would have been to pack up and head south before the storm hit


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Took her over to walmart and got her filled up with gas. ouch, going to take her to Lancaster Ohio tomorrow, I have some lock work to do for a friend, also free food for vets at a few of the restaurants in town.

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Took it to a buddy to replace the driver's side ball joint. Did the passenger side two weeks ago. Had to work a little overtime to get the upgrade kit for the other side. Then I'll be comfortable taking it on a long trip, again.


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It's a nice Fall day here today so I performed my monthly chores for our RT. Most of these things I leaned on RV.net CVC. This s a great forum and topic.

1. Checked the tire pressure on all tires
2. Checked the fluids under the hood
3. Checked the house battery and lubricated the battery drawer tray - moved it back and forth a few times
4. Checked the Genny oil and gave it a good run under load
5. Lubricated the door hinges and parts on all doors (I do this twice a year)
6. Fired up the furnace, reefer to keep the propane system in shape. (RT is winterized - can't run the hot water heater)
7. Checked all interior, storage and porch lights (while running the Genny)
8. Gave the interior a quick cleaning such as the dashboard, window sills etc
9. Cleaned certain spots on the exterior with 'ProtectAll' (usually around the windows)
10. Opened all cabinets & reefer door to let them air out - I like to esp. leave the reeefer open while not in use.

I try to do these things in the middle of each month weather permitting. We will be snowbirds this winter so I will be able to keep up the chores while down there. My DW can't understand why I spend so much time on the thing...

As a rule, I like to visit the RT and look under the hood (just outside our home side door) just about every other day to check on anything that might be amiss such as rodents coming for a visit, etc. So far, so good. No incidents in 7 years of ownership. It also, allows me to 'dream' about our next trip and to relax a little.


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