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Old 01-29-2015, 01:35 PM   #121
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Congrats with the new camper. Let's see some pics after you pickup
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Old 02-06-2015, 09:45 AM   #122
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We haven't got ours yet, and haven't even been able to see one in person, but we have done a lot of online research (including reading a lot on this Forum). We're wanting the Mini Lite 2304 KS for the Murphy bed and the full-length closet, as well as the large-but-not-U-shaped dinette. The switch from PUP to TT will not only work with the way/places we camp now, but will allow us to do even more. It's some work to make a place for it to live in the yard, but we think it'll be well worth the trouble.
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Old 02-06-2015, 01:50 PM   #123
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I think you will be very pleased, we also went from a pop up to the 2504s and love it and I know ou will too. Enjoy.
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Old 02-09-2015, 05:59 PM   #124
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We purchased our first TT (2504s) a few weeks ago and I am trying to figure out what I will need and any modifications I should make. Does anyone suggest a surge protector? If so, what kinda do you recommend and where do I install it? I have seen some other posts in reference to the water filter and vinyl fence posts being used for hose storage (if needed). I will be putting hooks on the ladder for the bunk. Any other suggestions? Thank you in advance and thank you to those who have already posted modifications.
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Old 02-09-2015, 06:47 PM   #125
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Congrats on your 2504s! I just checked on mine yesterday in storage and can't wait to start camping again. I removed the water filter completely. Its in a tough place to change and winterize. My sewer hose fits just fine in the rear bumper, so no need for the fence post. I put hooks on the ladder as well.
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Old 02-09-2015, 08:25 PM   #126
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We purchased our first TT (2504s) a few weeks ago and I am trying to figure out what I will need and any modifications I should make. Does anyone suggest a surge protector? If so, what kinda do you recommend and where do I install it? I have seen some other posts in reference to the water filter and vinyl fence posts being used for hose storage (if needed). I will be putting hooks on the ladder for the bunk. Any other suggestions? Thank you in advance and thank you to those who have already posted modifications.

Here's the power station (surge protector) most on these boards will suggest. Simply put, don't go camping without it. There is also a hard wired version of this one... But being electrically incompetent, I went with the portable version. (Note: I purchased mine from Twittys.com for a little less).

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Old 02-25-2015, 10:07 PM   #127
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We purchased a 2504S today! We are picking it up in a week, if the snow holds off. Thanks for all the insight. I read the whole list of posts here on the 2504S last night. We researched and searched for a light weight camper shorter than 26 feet. Found a dandy pretty close to home. Great price and good folks at Quality RV in Linn Creek, MO.
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Old 02-25-2015, 10:49 PM   #128
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Last fall I bought a new 2304 and after 15 trips I have had zero issues. For the small purchase price you can hardly go wrong. My old hobby was disappearing on horseback with my dog in the Buffalo wilderness each weekend. Now that I'm old it's not that much fun knocking into tree limbs and rocks any more so I bought this little gem and it's solid luxury. I love it. I hope you do too.
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Old 02-25-2015, 11:05 PM   #129
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We purchased a 2504S today! We are picking it up in a week, if the snow holds off. Thanks for all the insight. I read the whole list of posts here on the 2504S last night. We researched and searched for a light weight camper shorter than 26 feet. Found a dandy pretty close to home. Great price and good folks at Quality RV in Linn Creek, MO.
Post pictures when you get a chance. Congrats, you'll love that model
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My first modification...hooks for the bunk bed ladder! FR seems to make changes quicker than we can blink! Pic of my mod:
Were did you find hooks like this. I have checked the area home improvement stores, and they had nothing!
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