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Old 04-19-2013, 12:26 PM   #11
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Funny how you fail to mention how many pairs of shoes you have or show us a pic of your closet.
I have shoes in two clothes closets, a florida room (just extras), utility room (boots and mud shoes) and at the camper. Due to the limit of how many pictures we can post, it would be futile.
Nice Try! LOL
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Old 04-19-2013, 12:34 PM   #12
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I have shoes in two clothes closets, a florida room (just extras), utility room (boots and mud shoes) and at the camper. Due to the limit of how many pictures we can post, it would be futile.
Nice Try! LOL
If you want to hide behind the fact that you are limited to the number of pics you can post as your reason for not showing us, then I got nothing else except to once again refer to my first post in this thread
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Old 04-19-2013, 03:28 PM   #13
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On Monday I returned the champion 2000 to Costco, just couldn't accommodate our CC Silverback...we went ahead and purchased the Honda 2000i.
That's what I am working at now, the Champion is considerably bigger so I might not be able to get her Knitting box in. ( I think I'm winning now)
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Old 04-19-2013, 03:58 PM   #14
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I guess I'm a different kind of girl. I understand the difference between the 2 gen sets. DH on the other hand took some teaching on this matter. He buys more shoes, sunglasses and clothes than i do. lol. I also haven't bought any shoes other than sneakers in the last 5 years. All of my sandals, heels etc are old and out of date and torn up but I don't care because I almost never wear them. Did I mention I don't think I even own a dress that fits me? Guess I'm still a tomboy.... I'm in my thirties so does that make me a Tomman instead?
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I had 2 Champions 2000 generators. They are actually 1600. I tried to run them to power our 275 Surveyor. Almost every time the a/c kicked on, they kicked out. We could not leave because of our pets. We purchased 2 Honda 2000s, they have never kicked out or failed in 2 years.
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So I did all the research I could think of, combed the forums for info and decided on buying a yamaha 2000 generator, meanwhile during a shopping trip to Costco the DW sees a Champion 2000 for $499, 'oh thats a lot cheaper' she says. How do I explain this I've tried the Chevy Cadillac thing and she is still thinking about that and I have my fingers crossed that she will get it.
Tim the toolman would say " look honey this is a man thing you wouldn't understand we need the Yamaha"
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That's what I am working at now, the Champion is considerably bigger so I might not be able to get her Knitting box in. ( I think I'm winning now)
Do not forget to let her know SHE will need to help you get it in the truck or up the ramps into the travel trailer.
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Tim the toolman would say " look honey this is a man thing you wouldn't understand we need the Yamaha"
I still like eating her cooking , not so fond of mine.
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Old 04-19-2013, 10:55 PM   #19
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Tim the toolman would say " look honey this is a man thing you wouldn't understand we need the Yamaha"
... The Binford 2000, argh argh argh.
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