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Old 12-12-2015, 10:01 AM   #5841
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I guess since the weather is 70 degrees here today, I'll give the 5er a bath and check my lugs, put a pump of grease in the bearings and check the air pressure in the tires. Getting ready to leave for Florida Thursday. Truck has been serviced already including new shoes. That hurt 946.00 for four new tires.
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Old 12-12-2015, 10:47 AM   #5842
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I guess since the weather is 70 degrees here today, I'll give the 5er a bath and check my lugs, put a pump of grease in the bearings and check the air pressure in the tires. Getting ready to leave for Florida Thursday. Truck has been serviced already including new shoes. That hurt 946.00 for four new tires.
Could be worse....you could own a Class A and spend $3500 on new shoes like I did many times.

I'm s-o-o-o glad I switched to truck and 5th wheel!
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Old 12-13-2015, 04:11 AM   #5843
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Finally received and setup my Sleep Number bed. That was a debacle of epic proportions.

In addition, I added a handful of grommets to run various power cords thru stuff. It's cheaper and easier (yet uglier) than actually installing new outlets.

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Old 12-13-2015, 04:23 AM   #5844
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Finally received and setup my Sleep Number bed. That was a debacle of epic proportions.

In addition, I added a handful of grommets to run various power cords thru stuff. It's cheaper and easier (yet uglier) than actually installing new outlets.

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Well how do you like the new sleep number bed, been thinking of doing the same, but never slept on one? Sometimes they have a pretty good sale on them. Everyone has to have a good nights sleep, for health reasons and many other benefits from it. we have gotten to the point that we can do nothing more to our bed and that just might be the answer..Let us know after a couple nights if it is worth it....
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Old 12-13-2015, 04:26 AM   #5845
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Could be worse....you could own a Class A and spend $3500 on new shoes like I did many times.

I'm s-o-o-o glad I switched to truck and 5th wheel!
Now that's big bucks to replace tires. And here I thought mine where bad....
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Old 12-13-2015, 04:36 AM   #5846
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Well how do you like the new sleep number bed, been thinking of doing the same, but never slept on one? Sometimes they have a pretty good sale on them. Everyone has to have a good nights sleep, for health reasons and many other benefits from it. we have gotten to the point that we can do nothing more to our bed and that just might be the answer..Let us know after a couple nights if it is worth it....

Will do. Headed to sleep shortly. Good morning, btw!
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Old 12-13-2015, 07:12 AM   #5847
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Went to the lake for a night !! It was 70 in OKLA !!
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Well how do you like the new sleep number bed, been thinking of doing the same, but never slept on one? Sometimes they have a pretty good sale on them. Everyone has to have a good nights sleep, for health reasons and many other benefits from it. we have gotten to the point that we can do nothing more to our bed and that just might be the answer..Let us know after a couple nights if it is worth it....

Night #1 and I didn't wake up sore like I usually do. But one night is far from an extensive test. I'll update in a few weeks/months.
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Night #1 and I didn't wake up sore like I usually do. But one night is far from an extensive test. I'll update in a few weeks/months.
Thanks and glad you had a restful sleep...
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I have been sleeping on a Sleep Number bed for years. We tried a coil spring, then a memory foam, went back to a Sleep Number bed. I was the first thing I did when I bought my trailer. I went from a RV coil spring to a full size Queen Sleep Number bed. Sleep Number Co. has been real good to me, They even upgraded my air chambers to the zip together chambers, because sleeping by myself I have a tendency to sleep in the center and the air chambers would separate and I would end up on the base. I want the two chambers, just in case I find a woman that wants to be with me.
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