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If you fix something, you break something else.
Took the coach into Oregon Motor Coach for some general service. Air leaks in suspension, clean and service reefer and heaters, batteries check.
Nice folks, good service, camped in their lot.
Well after tech blew 4" of mud dobber nest out of heat...

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If you are not fixing something, you can't be having a good time! It appears you are having a ball!  Ken Hathaway maintains that a rip roaring bike ride in the desert involves some degree of bloody knees or similar scrapes and scratches. See what...

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It's a RV, so you have a problem, you just don't know what it is yet.

I like what Cat Fish Bob says "You have to have a sense of humor to own a RV".

For me working on them, all I see is dollar signs, gives me more beer and race car money

Cheers

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Pulled the dash to replace GPS antenna that was bad.  Tried to trace the wire to see where the antenna was located.  Gave up and mounted the new one on flat area under dash cover.  Now GPS navigation is working on coach.

Went on a trip this...

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If you are not fixing something, you can't be having a good time! It appears you are having a ball!  Ken Hathaway maintains that a rip roaring bike ride in the desert involves some...


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If I can take it apart, I can fix it, or break it. 50/50 chance either way.
 :giggle: Ric

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I usually keep working on something until it's really broken. 😬😎

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If ain't broken, I can fix that also !!

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If I can take it apart, I can fix it, or break it. 50/50 chance either way.
 :giggle: Ric

The way I look at, is it is broken all ready and I might learn something.

Back in my way younger days I had a...

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These days, I surely make things worse, than better, it seems?  I don't give up hope, but I sure ain't half the man I used to be, I am DOUBLE that now...in size, anyway!   ;)  After spending $2,500.00 in repairs so far, on this trip alone,  and it...

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Sometimes its best to try and fix it yourself.. some fixes I paid for looked like something a beginner would have done.. Got a refund..

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Ultimate self fix....Rebuilding you own engine

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If ain't broken, I can fix that also !!

If it ain't broken,  don't loan it!

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If ain't broken, I can fix that also !!

If it don't fit don't force it.  Get your bump out!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BvJhqHjYW6Y&list=RDBvJhqHjYW6Y&start_radio=1

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