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Old 08-19-2016, 08:20 PM   #11
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I had a Gulfstream Vista Mini on 5-cyl Sprinter

after some eight years was still dropping sawdust on the dinette seat

traded for my 2014 F.R. 24S

also found nuts, bolts, snipped wires, nails, random "doughnut holes", etc.
in both the Mini and the 24S especially under drawers

2014 MBS Solera 24S
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Old 09-01-2016, 11:38 PM   #12
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Join Date: May 2016
Location: PNW
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I was very upset to read the cut out for the toilet is found in black tanks. After they won't drain properly. I really want to get a fiberoptic camera system but my husband thinks that's overdoing it. I actually want to look in there! Before we use it very often.
My husband took the dinette all apart because there was a bolt sticking out underneath and irritating the slide seal. That area was full of construction trash. I wonder if Airstreams are like that.

May 2016 we bought our first RV.
Forest River Sunseeker 24ft MBS WS named "Where's Waldorf".
We will tow a Dodge Dakota as needed. It's name is DK.
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