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fatmanobx

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Posted: 06/09/05 04:47am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

luv2goRVn wrote:

1) That we ALL have something in common
2) Most of us look out for each other
3) Most of us do NOT have enough time to go and do what we love to do
4) We all try to help one another
5) This board is very addictive
6) That Calgon works in the Black tanks
7) Many new and exciting places to go
8) Lots of new recipes
9) That you can ask a ??? and usually within an hour you have several answers
10) That we cannot wait till we can do this FULL TIME~

Thanks to all that make this board interesting and helpful~ Happy RVn [emoticon]
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Best thing? If you're planning to have an RV, bring money. That will solve many of your problems.

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Changing my thermostats to digital all by great instructions on this forum.


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Posted: 06/09/05 05:27am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have learned that there are many "experts" on this forum, but I still like to get 2 or 3 of them to agree on a solution now before I go ahead and do it [emoticon]


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steved28 wrote:

I have learned that there are many "experts" on this forum, but I still like to get 2 or 3 of them to agree on a solution now before I go ahead and do it [emoticon]


Ditto. When I post a question, I look forward to the folks that I am confident in that answer because it is their career trade. I take the replys from those that are simply guessing, or replying for the sake of replying, with a grain of salt.
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Posted: 06/09/05 06:48am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

That when recalls happen we will be the first to know, even before the dealerships, and before notices have been sent out to the public.


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Best thing I learned was how to properly identify the type/size of rv which best suits your needs.
2nd place: get rid of those rubber valve stems and go with the custom steel stems.


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Ditto myway2rv-- make sure you get what you need, not just what you think you want. It may fit your budget, but not your family or situation and where does that leave you? Taking a loss when you sell it to the family it does fit ! I know when we finally get our Class C, it will be as close as we can possibly get to what we truly need because of all the terrific advice, suggestions and posts of mistakes already made by others.

Thank you everyone who answers questions and/or posts about what they have learned.

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Probably the best thing I've learned is the importance of proper tire pressures and weighing...

And Patter, for you specifically, I've learned that age holds no boundries. I don't tend to picture people +70 (let alone in their 80's) actively cruising around, performing maintenance, and the posting it all on the internet. You've single-handedly changed my perspective on that. And to give you an idea on me, I own multiple very large websites, several high traffic forums and email lists as well. So I deal with 'web people' constantly. But you sir, have changed my perspective...


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jeF4y,
And I just learned that being in your 80's doesn't mean you can't still BLUSH. Thank you.


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