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Posted: 02/17/12 01:39pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

JumboJet wrote:

DSeckt wrote:

Geeze there's a lot of advice on here... Please don't blame Jim for taking advantage of my situation.. Jims a friend... and if he can fix it up for his son...the money means very little to me.. I would never try and sell something that I know has this type of problems... Following that rule..I sleep very well at night.


Thanks Dan and God bless you all.

very happy that it has worked out for both of you.
i know jim to be a great guy and hope very much to cross paths with him again.
dan i wish you the very best too!

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I agree, glad it worked out. Sorry about the Lance. I typed and deleted 3 posts before this.

Typed and deleted two more paragraphs. So much negativity!


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Posted: 02/17/12 03:02pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Jumbo, not beating you up at all as you were the one posting costs that someone who repairs then nearly every week due to leaks or accidental damage and knows what the real materials cost is. The Lance is less than 96" wide! He said the exterior cover needed comes rolled up and in an 8' long cardboard box. Shipping is usually $43 to $58 according to him if the local area supply warehouse doesn't have what he wants in stock. He does not have roll stock in house due to the various colors and tints needed for the different RVs.

Glad it worked out between you and Dan. I personally would have given a fair market price for his camper if I wanted it but I already have an excellent one. I would never take advantage of another person ever and I'm not saying you did either at all as that's between you and Dan. Hope your Son get much enjoyment from the camper.

I'm confused as to why you had to purchase "tools". Only normal home workshop tools are usually needed to do the job but maybe you didn't have them?


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Posted: 02/17/12 04:46pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

wow,this post seemed to go off topic,just hope the op is doing well...


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Posted: 02/17/12 05:20pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Sorry to hear of your problem, but I agree someone will be willing to buy the camper from you. Best of Luck.

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Posted: 02/17/12 05:26pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Dan, sorry to hear about the heart attack, now I know why we haven't seen you camping. (we've missed you)
Too bad about the camper but do what needs done for your health.
Hope to see you on the road again,

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Posted: 02/17/12 05:57pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Dan, sorry to hear about your heart attack and wish you continued improving health.



Sorry you planned to finally get away only to find the damage. Hang in there, stay positive and look forward to possibly replacing that rig in the near future with another


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Posted: 02/18/12 05:29am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

jetenbu wrote:

JumboJet wrote:

I sent a PM. I rebuilt a 99 1030 and would be happy to take it off your hands if no one else calls for it first.


I would hope that you would pay him a fair price for it rather than just take it for free. This poor guy has had a really bad 2 years just trying to stay alive. Please do not add insult to injury just because he seems to be in a position that you can. We all on here are a great group of campers that don't want to intentionally take advantage of one another.

I for one would be interested in feedback from the OP that he got what he feels is a fair price for it and DID NOT just have to GIVE IT AWAY.

Don't you all agree?


First off, I wish the best to the OP (Dan?). Hopefully your health issues eventually a put behind you and you feel up enough to re-enter the camping world.
Second, a comment on jetenbu's post. Are your seriously suggesting that the OP submit the details of his transaction with jumbo to the open forum for your and others approval?? That's incredably pushy and intrusive. After you submit your 2012 tax return to the forum for approval, the jumbo and Dan can submit the details of thier privite ,personal transaction. Sorry, jetenbu, thats a bit of a harsh remark, but it is a valid analogy.
I got rid of 2 20 foot boats in the last 10 years. Both had life and both usable parts and working engines. One had a trailer. In both cases I had enough and wanted a quick out and not to wait to sell.I prefered they went to someone with a use for them as opposed to the total waste of ending up at the dump. I found such parties both times and it was mutually advantagous, they took my unwanted and bulky discard off my hands for me, for them, parts or a project. Win/win.





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Posted: 02/18/12 05:59am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Hey!!!! So did you sell your coach????
What's next?

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Hey Chuck
Cindy and I have been down looking at places in Galveston.. Some place to kick back during the winter.. I feel gr8 and life is good...


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