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A few things I learned this summer


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We spent three months on the road this summer.  Recently retired, got to see the eclipse along with a few other things.  I also learned a few things.

1.  If the RV does not have its' usual "get up and go"  when you press the D button, you might want to make sure the transfer case of the TOAD has been put in neutral.  Took me about 100 feet to think of that

2.  It is possible to travel 15 miles at 60-65 mph with the Travlr up at 3 o'clock relative to direction of travel

3.  It is possible to change the motor of Kwikee steps using basic tools.  Of course it is a bit more challenging if the motor failed with the steps in the retracted position, you have no directions, and you have never seen it done

I am sure I have a few more lessons coming

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