Nice find! Mine is a 2000 and doesn't look like that dude.
Yours is clean as a pen inside and out. Have fun with your daughter on all your adventures!
Haha, THANKS !
Yeah, I got pretty lucky on this one. Guess I just happened to be in the right place at the right time.
Found it about 8am on a Sunday morning on Craigs list. The ad was about 30 minutes old. The main reason I even called on it was because it already had the swing-out brackets for the Dually, and it was only about 10 blocks from my house.
I called the guy, went and looked at it, and bought it.
Oh,.... did I forget to mention that it came with both propane tanks full, 2 extra jacks, and he even delivered it ??? ROTFL !!
now with the Pex replumbing job, and both brand new batteries,
I'm into it for about $825 cash, and some elbow grease on my part.
Smokin' good deal.
What furnace does your Camper have Triton? Mine has the older Suburban DD series furnace which was more of a power miser than alot of the big furnaces put in RV's today, drawing 4.2 Amps when running.
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Coming back to answer a couple of questions you guys had asked.
The Motion sensor light was purchased at my local Costco a few months ago. I have gone back looking to buy another pair, but they did not have any more when I went there. hopefully I can find them again. it was very nice to be able to open the camper door at night, and have the light come on before entering the camper.
not sure on the model of the furnace, but will check. I hope it is one of the smaller power miser models.
I took the little camper out for a daddy/daughter atv riding weekend. Had a great time, and happy with the little rig, but it is definitely a 2 person only rig. with the dual batteries, and led lighting, I had now power issues at all. Yea !
I'll be converting all the lights to SMD/LED's now.
Here's a pic of the exterior side lights. The left is a 36 SMD panel purchased on ebay. the right is the standard 1156 incandescent bulb.
I have also converted the florescent fixture over the dinette, as well as the hood light over the oven, with some SMD strip lights purchased from PepBoys. Forgot to take a pic of those last night, but will try to remember tonight.
here's a couple of pics from our weekend...
The wind had died down, so the kids got creative, and were towing the kite around camp with one of their minicycles...
We rode out to the train tracks, to smash a few pennies...
My daughter is still learning to ride in sand. Here she has her atv stuck, hahaha......
one of the more experienced and skilled riders in our group...
If those florescent fixtures were twin tube 12" or larger, and you don't want them, I'll gladly take them, I've been planning to convert at least one of my interior lights over to florescent (Stuck with that as the bases on most of the regular newer rv fixtures won't hide the ugly that is behind the fixture) to retire the little mini-bulb fixtures that are in here now.