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Old 04-09-2014, 08:43 AM   #11
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Well good luck getting any sleep on Thursday .

Congrats, remain calm and go slow for a while
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Old 04-09-2014, 11:44 AM   #12
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You'll be fine. Its really a lot of fun, not like buying a car which is usually like having a tooth pulled. Yes, ask about a PDI. But a really good dealer will do a PDI without your asking, and will not let you leave until you tell them you are comfortable with everything.

Have fun!
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Old 04-09-2014, 11:57 AM   #13
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If you have time, see if the dealer can get you an owner's manual before your PDI. Or you might be able to get it from Jayco (I don't know what the url is, but some can be downloaded). Review it before your PDI and make a list of questions (write them down so you don't forget in the excitement of the moment).

Congrats and good luck!!
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Old 04-09-2014, 05:32 PM   #14
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Thank you for all the great advice! I feel more prepared and know what I should. Now I can just be excited and look forward to bringing it home this weekend and stocking it up and heading to Fort Custer to camp the first nice weekend. Long overdue with this year's winter!

Yes, I fell in love with this unit at Quality Products in the fall. they had an awesome price on it. Looked at some other brands, but wasn't 't swayed. Was surprised they still had it in their inventory. Feel like it was truly destined to be mine.
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snip... heading to Fort Custer to camp the first nice weekend...snip
Please report back on Fort Crusty. I was there a couple of years back and the road from M96 to the gate looked like one in Iraq after operation Saddam Hussein. There was also a group of about 60 people from Chicagoland playing fiesta music until about 1:30 AM when my brother in law went over and asked them to stop. I'm glad my kids didn't go with us that time as I would not have been comfortable letting them ride bikes alone. We never saw the camp host the whole weekend.
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Lol mcfarmall! I can happily report that they have a beautiful drive now. I took the PUP out their that fall for one last trip while they were repaving. Had to take an alternative gravel entrance that was all mud puddles. No problem for the jeep but the poor pup - thought it was going to be swallowed up whole. Mud everywhere. Good think it was like a monsoon all weekend. Mother Nature was kind to clean the vehicles. Honestly not sure which was worse.

I like going there in the off season (less hassle with ppl) or for a quick weekend trip. Please let me know your favorite local campgrounds. Would make it worthwhile now for a full hookup cg.
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