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Old 06-18-2015, 11:07 AM   #1
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I (we) now have my first camper cruiser Finder x189. This is a new experience for us. Hoping to travel the country and while doing so thinking of a warmer place to live or hangout for the winter months.
My pull Veh is a 2002 Tahoe. Hope it will do the job.

I's will want to learn to wash and wax the do's and don'ts of this rv from breaks to fixing the leak in the toilet.

And the best traveling advice that you could pass on.

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Welcome, Iris and Lenny!! If this is your first trailer, be sure to ask lots of questions -- we were all newbies once, and we are happy to be of help.
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Old 06-19-2015, 12:42 PM   #3
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Welcome. There are many here that have more knowledge than I and they have always provided great info.

Ask away and you will get responses.

Happy Camping!
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Old 06-27-2015, 02:08 PM   #4
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I (we) now have my first camper cruiser Finder x189. This is a new experience for us. Hoping to travel the country and while doing so thinking of a warmer place to live or hangout for the winter months.
My pull Veh is a 2002 Tahoe. Hope it will do the job.

I's will want to learn to wash and wax the do's and don'ts of this rv from breaks to fixing the leak in the toilet.

And the best traveling advice that you could pass on.

Iris-lenny
Hi Iris and Lenny,
Welcome from one newbie to another.

I understand completely on maintaining and cleaning one's trailer ... I purchased Gary Bunzer's book Woodall's RV Owner's Handbook, 4th Edition and have found it quite interesting (p.s., he covers the toilet leak quite well). I have also found the internet to be a volume of information in itself.

I hope to make a trip to Arizona this winter, but have mixed emotions about leaving the house for a long period of time. I will probably stick around here and head to the desert early spring before it gets too hot there and has started to warm up a bit here. ... Hmm, Does this make sense?
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