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Branson N Tucson wrote:

Having a complete factory paint job done on my 2003 Fleetwood Providence Do. Will take 5 weeks.
Of course $15,000. Ouch.


OK, it's been well over five weeks, can you post pictures? Were you happy with the job?

Bill


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This was last night, Got it towed
When it quit running and would not start, on the middle of traffic


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Removed water heater check valve and removed check valve from pipe and reinstalled. Forgot to put gasket in, so it leaked badly. Removed again and reinstalled gasket, but gasket must’ve been bad, because it still leaked, just not as bad. Ordered a new check valve from Amazon, it’s supposed to be here Tuesday. This was on my newly acquired Winnebago Adventurer.

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Not very exciting but I changed the engine oil, the generator oil, and greased the chassis. Just normal maintenance, now trying to get myself to wax it!


Ed & Ruby & the 2 cats
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Filled Fuel Tank and placed the old girl in the Barn for the winter. I can't wait until April or May when she can come back out into the sunshine.


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Installed new starter. She cranks like she’s supposed to now.

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I am having new air bags installed on the front end for the 5th time in the last year. No one knows why. Also had a leveling solenoid coil go back but was able to replace one with another for a temp fix. Since the setup is likely 31 years old I have ordered the entire assembly and will replace that as well. So nice to have a coach where the shell if still fully supported by the manufacturer 31 years later.


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I have a 1976 FMC coach. The rear brakes started dragging after frequent use last summer and was diagnosed as the rear hydrovac not fully releasing pressure on the brake shoes. Since that unit was 20 plus years old, I had one on hand and had the new one installed. Brakes are fine now. Going to California for a few days in a couple of weeks.


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Bought mine today,,,,the fun begins.


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Jay58 wrote:

Bought mine today,,,,the fun begins.

Congratulations, Now the fun begins.
Bill


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