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Old 07-19-2015, 06:09 PM   #1
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First offical weekend out

So we took the new TT to a a local campground this weekend. We had a great time but had some small first time issues.
1: There was a swell at the front of the spot and it made the angle of the truck difficult and I could not get the TT to release from the hitch. Once we returned home, no problem.
2: It rained each day, the place was a swamp. But with that said no leaks or issues.
3: Our sewer connection hose was too short, I need to buy an extension.
4: the Bedroom AC unit has a slight rattle.
5: I need work leveling the TT.

Overall a good first run, but it poured each day. I am not talking a slow rain, but inches. On Saturday night our spot was a swamp.

So a few more things to add to the 1st warranty visit list and a few things to work at for a better experience.
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Great! Learning is fun and it gets easier each time.
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Overall a good first run, but it poured each day. I am not talking a slow rain, but inches. On Saturday night our spot was a swamp.
Been there, done that! For setting-up/taking-down in the deluge ... or for taking the pooches for a stroll, we've found these ponchos to be top-notch! They dry quick, fold-up for easy storage, you can tuck your arms inside, and regardless of your height/width - they fit! 'cuz I'm smaller, wearing a duckbill cap keeps the hood in the perfect spot.
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