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Old 04-21-2013, 11:18 PM   #31
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Wow! Your trailer looks great! Love the flag! The decals on your exterior are cool! You're smart to have a mat to wipe feet before the step before entering your trailer! I realized this weekend, I need one. I have a large outdoor mat, but it doesnt catch the grass or sand off the shoe soles. Everything syill going well with the trailer's performance?
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Old 04-22-2013, 06:25 AM   #32
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Wow! Your trailer looks great! Love the flag! The decals on your exterior are cool! You're smart to have a mat to wipe feet before the step before entering your trailer! I realized this weekend, I need one. I have a large outdoor mat, but it doesnt catch the grass or sand off the shoe soles. Everything syill going well with the trailer's performance?
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Thanks for the compliment.

I bought that mat at Walmart. It has little plastic "fingers" that stick up and really does a good job of cleaning your shoes before you step up onto the step. I've had it for about 4 years, a leftover from my old popup, and all you do to clean it is, pick it up and shake it. All the sand slides right off. (You can see how sandy the ground is all around the camper. Not a blade of grass in sight!

The camper is performing well. One problem with the outside shower. The shower wand is cracked and leaks if I turn on the water. Thank heavens I don't really need it. I have a splitter on the park water supply and one side of the splitter in a coiled hose with a shower head attached. (Like the ones people use to water their gardens. About 5 or 6 different settings.) Have used that water arrangement for years.

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...Thought this would be relevant: Amazon has the LynxLevelers on sale for a period of time...

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0028PJ10K/ref=tsm_1_fb_lk
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...Thought this would be relevant: Amazon has the LynxLevelers on sale for a period of time...

Tri-Lynx 00015 Lynx Leveler for RV Leveling Block with Nylon Storage Case, (Pack of 10) : Amazon.com : Automotive
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Thanks for the info. I ordered them on the 18th, they arrived today, and I paid $36.99. I just shot an e-mail off to Amazon asking for a refund for the price difference. Good info!

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Old 04-22-2013, 02:48 PM   #35
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Has anyone used the Lynx interlocking chock? Is it as easy as it looks?
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Old 04-23-2013, 07:18 AM   #36
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...Thought this would be relevant: Amazon has the LynxLevelers on sale for a period of time...

Tri-Lynx 00015 Lynx Leveler for RV Leveling Block with Nylon Storage Case, (Pack of 10) : Amazon.com : Automotive
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I just got a notice from Amazon that they have refunded the difference in price for the Lynx Levelers I bought just a few days ago. I think it's worth posting that Amazon is a good company to do business with. At least so far! It kind of gives me a good feeling that I shopping with a reputable store online.

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They did right by you, Jim. I'm kind of amazed. Usually the response I get is something less generous. You must have the gift of persuasion.
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They did right by you, Jim. I'm kind of amazed. Usually the response I get is something less generous. You must have the gift of persuasion.
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I'm just glad you posted the comment about the price drop. Thank you. Better I should have the $7.00 than Amazon.

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