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Old 07-30-2012, 11:54 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Tinsu View Post
Just did a driveway camping this weekend for the maiden voyage of my new A122. It was great. It is a less stressful way to fix up the camper, organize things, and learn what all these buttons and switches do.

One small problem I noted was that the large window was hard to pull open. After pulling about halfway, then it was easy. The smaller one slide open fine. Has anyone had a similar issue?
Yes, in ours they are both difficult to open, but the small one is even more so. I'll be optimistic and say that since they are tight fitting, hopefully they will not leak in the future? Another issue we had was the large window screen always fell out when we traveled. To hold it in place I used 2" strips of black electrical tape in several areas around the screen frame. We don't open the screen, so that's not an issue, and the black tape blends right in and isn't noticeable.


Deb & Gary
2007 Ford E150 cargo van, 2012 Rockwood Premier A126

Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where Nature may heal and cheer and give strength to body and soul alike._ John Muir
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Old 08-07-2012, 11:46 PM   #12
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Glad my shelving mini-mod was helpful. We've found it basically mandatory at this point for us.

If you find a source for those wall cargo nets, please fire up a thread with the info. I've been googling like crazy and haven't been able to find anything, and I feel silly calling FR to ask if I can get some from them or where they source from.

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Old 08-08-2012, 11:11 AM   #13
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Thanks again for the recommendation ThuderRoad. We don't care for clutter and find that the shelving allows us to get things off of the table and counter but still keeps it within arms reach.

We placed a call to our dealer to inquire about the cargo nets. They are researching it with FR and I'll let everyone know what they come back with.

...and...we're camping!!
Glenn & Debbie
2013 Rockwood A127TH (aka Carl)
2012 Ford Raptor
Camping born-on date: 21 July 2012
Nights camped: 2014-3 (so far!!); 2013-16; 2012-2 nights
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