Lovin' the new Puma
Just got back from a weeks worth of Labor Day camping in the new Puma. After 6 days of living in it, I didn't want to get out of it. Thus far it seems to be a great unit and holding up to the rigors of family life.
Showed up on site a 9 p.m. Wednesday, backed in, new back-up lights I installed on trailer helped a bunch. Plugged in and got A/C running ASAP, started a smoky fire for bugs next. Set up easily filled with water. Overflow not attached, no big deal, slip on and clamp it tomorrow. Off to the bathroom for a break, go to flush, and WHOOSH, water comes out like a rocket. Laugh at myself for jumping and run it more to get some air out.
Mrs. Kilowatt goes in a bit later and, WHOOSH, out like a rocket. Explained to her it was just air. Off to bed, waiting for tomorrow to see family and friends to their respective sites.
Great weekend had by all, food (smoked turkey and the like), games and genral friendly B.S. Still, All weekend long , WHOOSH, everytime we flushed. It's kinda funny and maybe not a big deal, but not what I'm used to. Everything with this unit was perfect except for, WHOOSH. Is there supposed to be a pressure reducer in this supply line or does Puma have a power flush. I thought air at first, but after being purged, a pressure line does not suck air in. All the other supply lines were fine. I even purged the outside shower to make sure.
Anyway, I love this new unit and think it is a great bang for the buck and I have had HUGE compliments from friends and family in their higher end units. The big thing was after hosting the 15th annual Labor Day camp out, Mrs. Kilowatt was the envy with her rear kitchen Puma. With those kind of bonus points maybe I can handle the WHOOSH.
2003 F-250 5.4 manual gearbox w/ 4.10's
2007 Puma 29RKSS