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Offline Adventure

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Hello New Guy Here
« on: May 12, 2022, 10:15 PM »
Hello I'm Ken, I've been living fulltime in a 97 Winni Adventurer since 2020 when our family lost our home to an Oregon Wildfire, we also lost our old 94 Tiffin Allegro Bay, it had fallen into disrepair but when we first had gotten it back in 2011 it was a sweet Class A, , Diesel Pusher with Allison Transmission and  Super Slide out, Hydro Jacks it makes me sad to just think about it what happened to all that remained was a charred skeleton, we had stopped at Tiffin in Alabama when were were moving to New Mexico to get some parts and visit the factory that was quite an experience. Anyhow today I find myself with a a breakdown with the Adventurer and I came here seeking answers and hopefully some advice.

Online Oz

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Re: Hello New Guy Here
« Reply #1 on: May 13, 2022, 04:58 PM »
Wow, you've had a rough ride but you're keeping up a good attitude!
I hope the pendulum will start to swing your way.

Offline eXodus

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Re: Hello New Guy Here
« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2022, 06:02 AM »
Welcome and all the best.

Sorry for the loss of the home. I'm in Florida and have prepared the Class A during the summer, so that we can always leave at a moments notice due to hurricanes.
We are packed in a way - expecting not to come back to a home.  Nature is strong.

The upside is - you got a lifestyle now many dreaming about. Including me.

All the best, hope you can get helped here.