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Old 01-15-2015, 08:56 PM   #11
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We hook up a hose to the turbo flush and turn it on.
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Old 01-15-2015, 09:30 PM   #12
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Bought a 29' Pursuit in Sept. and used it about 5 times so far.

I have dry camped, camped in heat and cold to try everything out. So far, we love it.
Yes, the steering was bad but it cost nothing to do the CHF which moves the stabilizer bars to the other available hole in the frame.

My only issue so far is some REALLY cheap curtains that cover the windshield. They absolutely fell apart.

Other than that, every thing works as should except I still haven't sound out how to activate the internal wand inside the black water tank. I am told it's there but I haven't found any info to make it wash the inside of the tank.
The curtains are indeed low end. I'm very curious about this mystery internal black tank wand? Sure would like a follow up when you find it. Maybe even a pic.
BTW, your 29'er is 32' 6". Enjoy all that extra Sq footage. LOL
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Old 01-16-2015, 12:46 PM   #13
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yes the curtains on the one I bought were already disintegrated when I went there for the first walk thru, that was on my hit list for them to change didn't get to much else before they ruined the slide track
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Our curtains were also no good when we did the walk through but the dealer replaced. We have been out a few times and everything works great even spent a night in it when the power went out.


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Old 01-16-2015, 07:21 PM   #15
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The dealer also told us we had a black tank wash but have yet to find it. I don't think there is one so we use the back flush hook up with hose. Seems to work just fine.


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Old 01-16-2015, 07:51 PM   #16
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Glad to see some other Pursuit owners here.

Would like to know from others what upgrades they have done. I know it is off topic, I might start one.
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Old 01-18-2015, 03:35 PM   #17
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if I ever get mine, I would like to do some simple ones, so please go ahead and start one, I would like to do a solar upgrade, and also a inverter upgrade, if I get her and find out where it is located, not even sure what size inverter it has in it yet, might be a few others too, I know I will put the safe t plus, and the rear stabilizer for better wog control, and get some pictures of the quick fix from those who have done that already on here, just to name a few

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Glad to see some other Pursuit owners here.

Would like to know from others what upgrades they have done. I know it is off topic, I might start one.
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Old 01-20-2015, 12:35 PM   #18
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got a call saying they have it fixed, and ready to schedule a walk through, I will have to see when the wife will be free, probably thursday or friday, maybe saturday,
have a list to check from one of the other owners of what was wrong with his coach, and a list of what I want to know, we will see how it turns out,,,,
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Hello! We bought the 27kb last summer and have thoroughly enjoyed it though at the moment it's with Bob Jewell having some issues resolved. We too had some of the issues raised here: a bow in the center of the slide, actual leak of water along top of slide, disintegrating curtains, a misalignment of the two windows adjacent to the dinette booth, and a faulty fuel gauge. Sounds like everything was resolved and we should be heading over there in a week to pick up the unit! Can't wait to have the Coach back!
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TO hammer and JJ,

Sorry to hear of your issues. We had a couple of minor things.
Hope you get a lot of good times in your rigs.
I am sitting at home waiting for February to pass. :-(
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