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Old 05-06-2016, 07:38 PM   #11
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I have enough stuff stolen in the last couple of year, plus all the damage , it has been moved to a friends back yard.
That's a darn nice looking backyard!
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That is going to be my back yard in a week, camping Up near Merritt
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Old 05-06-2016, 10:01 PM   #13
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My TT and 10 others were broken into a few weeks ago, at our storage lot. Some folks with MHs had up to $40,000- damage and they took a lot of TVs etc. My TV is hidden in the cabinets and from eye level is not visible. They rifled through everything and took 9 DVDs and a plastic tub...(?)... They did about $1,200- damage to my trailer. I'm currently waiting for a new 24" door and the graphics package. I'll change it out myself to avoid hitting my insurance... and having them hit me back. Doing that will only cost me about $500-, which is what the deductible is, and I haven't been too pleased with any work a dealer's techs have done... I have no use for thieves... If they'd taken the DVDs to a pawn shop, they'd have gotten about $4.50 for the lot of them. How dumb can they be?
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The gall of some people. Too cheap to go buy their own pad so they decide to thieve one from the yard. Fortunately, I've never had a problem where I'm stored. But who knows what others there have experienced. I guess it probably happens everywhere, I just haven't been a victim. Thank goodness.
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Old 05-07-2016, 07:13 AM   #15
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Are you sure it didn't fall off while driving somewhere? Maybe before it was stored or on your way home?
X2 just can't see any one take the time to unbolt one of these pads. Go to a welding shop and have one made. Around here it would cost maybe $20.
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