2gypsies gave you the link to the Day's End Directory website. It is no longer available in paper form, but there are 3 download forms: DOC, PDF, and ODT. You can also order a CD. Personally, I'd rather download the Directory since Guy updates the Directory every few months and you can go to the website and download the updated directory. You won't get a new CD each time the Directory is updated.
Thank you and we are definitely enjoying it. I was afraid I would get something to thick for the slides so I contacted NUWA and asked what they used. They told me that the box said .32" plus they used a pad. The handy dandy internet conversion said 8MM was .314961". So I felt safe using the 8MM with the pad already attached.
While driving 2014 Bounder 35K for about an hour in some moderate "stop & go" traffic recently my TPMS notified me that my right front tire was about 20 degrees Fahrenheit hotter than all the other tires! It stayed about that much hotter for the rest of the 5-hour trip (even while highway driving). I had the motorhome weighed just over a year ago & I'm not overweight & weight is well balanced & my tire pressure is spot on where the Michelin chart says it oughta be (90-95 PSI FRONT, 100 PSI REAR).
My "uneducated" guess is either a problem with the wheel bearings or with the brakes on that wheel, but before I take out that 2nd mortgage & start selling my Picassos I was wondering if anyone here might have any suggestions" THANKS!!!