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Old 10-05-2018, 08:40 AM   #1
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We have been looking and researching for over a year. Finally purchased our Fun Finder, a 2013 210uds, this summer (from family member). We are definite newbies to this--buying from family has certainly been helpful! It's a wonder they still answer our calls
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Old 10-05-2018, 03:47 PM   #2
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May your new acquisition bring you many pleasures.

And welcome to the forum
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Good luck with your 210UDS! We have one also (purchased new) We added an upgraded memory foam mattress and installed a T.V. We Love our little 210UDS, and it's been pretty much trouble free. Only trouble we had was the front cap oxidizing terribly within the first year. The manufacturer and the dealer kept passing the buck so we just ended up having it painted at a local automotive paint shop. ($1,000) ouch but no trouble since. We do need to replace the tires before going out again.(their almost 6 years old!)
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This is what happens when you run with 6 yr old tires. 91 degrees on i 80 in Nevada. Bought 5 new tires 550$ after this. It took out the main power line to the unit 232$ And 1400 $ in parts to repair panels. Steel belts can carve you a new unit��2014 210uds. Continuing on. 5500 miles on this trip so far. Another 3000 to go. Lovin’ it
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EXACTLY why I need to replace them! I realize I was running them on borrowed time. Fortunately, we've only been running on them to local campgrounds here in Southern Utah. The trailer hasn't seen a freeway since May of 2016.
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