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Old 01-27-2014, 07:56 PM   #11
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Wow that is a good price , Im like 7 times that with progressive . But we could be comparing apples to oranges on the coverage.
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I had Progressive for ~13yrs and dropped them due to mishandling an insurance claim. Still fighting that in court over 2yrs later. So far I am very happy with Liberty Mutual as they have shown great customer service with great coverage. I was told the reason the rate was low was based on multiple policy discount, overlapping coverage, my claims history, and low RV claims in general.

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Old 01-27-2014, 08:35 PM   #12
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For example, with my first TT in 2005 the walk thru took about an hour but it was a basic TT. I liked that the tech put a gauge on the gas line at the stove at the start, pressurized the line and we both looked at the gauge. After showing me everything else we checked the gauge. No change. Eased my worries about sleeping in it with all that propane running thru it. No leaks!
We covered jacks, hitching up, brake controller adjustment, water heater, pump, tanks, hook ups, ac/heat, plumbing, electrical, tires, axels, roof, windows, sofa bed, table bed, cable/antenna hookup with power booster, and more. It was very educational. And he gave me his personal cell number to call with questions. I called on my first trip to ask him how to close the awning. Duh! Enjoy you new whatever. Make it an adventure every trip.
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Old 01-27-2014, 08:38 PM   #13
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Congratulations. Hope all goes well.
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Old 01-27-2014, 09:45 PM   #14
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I had Progressive for ~13yrs and dropped them due to mishandling an insurance claim. Still fighting that in court over 2yrs later. So far I am very happy with Liberty Mutual as they have shown great customer service with great coverage. I was told the reason the rate was low was based on multiple policy discount, overlapping coverage, my claims history, and low RV claims in general.

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My rv insurance is up for renewal in April, Ill give Liberty Mutual a look before then. I like the replacement cost of progressive the best to other insurance when I shopped last.
Not to highjack this thread. Congrats on the new unit!
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Old 03-04-2014, 02:45 AM   #15
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Finally some pics....
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Old 03-04-2014, 04:37 AM   #16
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Chicagoslick, that unit is going to look Good at the (Tadpole Rally)! Youroo!!
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Old 03-04-2014, 04:46 AM   #17
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Old 03-04-2014, 06:48 AM   #18
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Very nice

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Finally some pics....
We bought the same trailer in November and have camped 10 times. Love it and have only had one issue. First time I fired the furnace there was no air from the vents in the floor. I opened the cabinet under the sink and found that one of the screws holding the panel that directs air into the ducting had broken off and the air was escaping under the sink. Added a new screw and worked perfect. No other issues and I hope you have the same good luck. A few things I have done to mine.

1. Added an outlet to the right of the kitchen sink.
2. Install the Progressive Industries EMS-HW30C power protection.
3. Moved the spare tire under the hitch.
4. Added a TV to the bedroom.
5. Replaced the toilet (had the smell identified in other threads I found on this site). This was free because of a recall by the manufacturer of the toilet.
6. Replaced the mattress with a sleep number bed.
7. Re-caulked the shower (seems to be a continuous problem as also identified in threads on this site).

Have you made any changes to yours? Good luck with your rig and I hope you love it as much as we do!
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This might sound silly, but trust me on this. A lot of times in an RV of any kind they post like a poster of some of that units features like, 30 inch door, 42 inch TV, fire place. . . if they have put one of these poster on your table and you have a wooden table have them take the poster off. At our dealership they didn't use the little sticky tabs on the poster they used some good tape, and now they get to replace my table, the tape pulled the finish off my table.
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