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Old 04-28-2013, 11:44 AM   #1
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First Time Out!

DW and I spent our first night of "real" camping (not in the driveway) this weekend at a local city park. We had a great time. No problems with the TT.
The only thing I managed to break was the small plastic latch that holds the rear storage compartment door open. I managed to do this by leaving the rear storage door held in the open position by the latch when I opened up the rear slide. I'm happy that only the latch was broken when the slide forced the storage door shut. I don't think that I am going to replace the latch because I want to avoid the same scenario from happening again, and, if I had been closing the slide (instead of opening it) with the storage door latched open the resulting damage would have been much worst. So, I figure if the latch is broken then I won't be able to make the same silly mistake all over again.
P.S. We love our new TT!

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Old 04-28-2013, 12:13 PM   #2
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Awesome! We claim that my wife or I are always outside watching the slides as we extend them and ready to yell if anything happens- but realistically, that only happens some to most of the time. Glad it was just a small thing.
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