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Old 03-30-2014, 06:29 PM   #11
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Al,
I think you made all of us feel better.

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Old 03-30-2014, 06:49 PM   #12
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Al,
I think you made all of us feel better.

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Glad to help We had a blast though. That's what camping is all about. There is one thing I love the most and that is how quickly fellow campers are willing to help. We are the same way, and it's hard to find people like that outside of the camping world.

My neighbor has had his really nice truck since day one and it has always been garaged. The one day he left it outside we got hit with a serious hail storm. He is 72 and I told him, "you can't take it to the grave, you know". We had a few beers and he forgot all about it.
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Newellri, if it makes you feel better I ripped the awning right off by leaving it extended. DW broke the inside wood molding by extracting the slide with a vacuum blocking one corner. DW broke the screen door's little plastic handle while doing who knows what. A piece of metallic something flew out of the back of a pickup and left a 2" crack on the windshield. The bottom screen of our coach came undone and was dragging on the ground for who knows how many miles. The electric steps kept extending due to a problem with a door latch. BTW, this was all on our trip from FL to OH...we just got back. To top it off, I park the coach on a cement slab on the side of the house. Where it is normally parked you can open all slides. I ended up parking it further up the slab so that I could wash the salt mash and when DW went to extend one slide it ended up hitting the side of the house...nothing broke though.

Feel better now?

Yep I feel better, I make enough mistakes the don't bother me much! Lot of practice..... By the way the steps on my Georgetown really suck!
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I have gone throught the step agony, What steps do you have, I may be able to help you make it better.
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It is a OEM # 8C3Z9030C
It is the same as a 2012 Ford F350 Gas truck and runs around $15 at Auto Zone Part 6839

Thanks, I went to auto zone and they had the cap and it is installed!
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