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Old 04-20-2015, 01:06 PM   #11
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One thing I always check after letting the camper sit, and before leaving on the next outing, is tire pressure. We just found one of the four tires had a nail in the inner side wall, which wasn't noticable and it looked good, so we had to replace it. No telling how long we ran on a low tire coming home recently from Florida.

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Old 04-20-2015, 01:40 PM   #12
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Living in FL all the liquids get too hot & the first time storing liquid soaps, bug repellant & sunscreens in the camper it was a mess to clean up under the sink. Now I store all those in cardboard 6 pack holders & bring them in & out with the shower bags plus it let's me take a quick peak to refill whatever needs adding to before we head out again (mid-May ...countdown is on from last weekend coming home)

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Camping on average a long weekend every month since starting in May of 2013 .... Florida is a great state to have this bad habit
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