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 on: October 30, 2014, 11:30:20 pm 
Started by Johnny&Vicki.O - Last post by RheaNL
We live in the high Rockies (9,200 ft.) and it gets to -30 or lower. Never removed any electronics and they still work fine. We also run the generator and engine every 6-8 weeks.

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 on: October 30, 2014, 02:44:56 pm 
Started by Johnny&Vicki.O - Last post by Johnny&Vicki.O
Yes, we have successfully sold tons of items on Craigslist but I know the demand for odd size 2551 mattresses is not that great.  I was just wondering if there was another means that I didn't know about.  Thanks!

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 on: October 30, 2014, 02:12:10 pm 
Started by Johnny&Vicki.O - Last post by keelhauler
There may be some owners of old 2551 who want to upgrade.
The newer 2551/2552 mattresses are much more comfortable and maybe their old ones are wearing out.

I would pick a price and hope someone close to you is interested.
I sold my old 2006 2551 to someone in WI.

Shipping is out of the question.

Good luck

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 on: October 30, 2014, 02:07:43 pm 
Started by Dick & Trish - Last post by gl1500
I find my rear view mirror on the 2551 to be a valuable asset.  I can look straight through the rear window in the bathroom to see out back.  I then put one of those special flexible plastic wide angle lens's that adheres by friction to the glass.  They come in three sizes and are available at most RV stores.  I can see when I have passed someone and it is safe to pull back in.  I also used one on our  previous 2350 in the bed area window and also on a 2552.  If I want even a bigger clearer picture out the back, I just push a button on our dash mounted radio/GPS and have a large, full screen running picture.
         Bob

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 on: October 30, 2014, 12:59:39 pm 
Started by Dick & Trish - Last post by ron.dittmer
The rearview mirror is pretty much useless as a mirror, but ours has a compass and outdoor thermometer.  So it's pretty useful.  Wouldn't want to be without it.   nod
I agree in your case.  The mirror is surely worth keeping when it is multi-functional.

After I had mounted the backup camera in place of the mirror, I kind-of missed not being able to look back inside the rig.  I remedied that little dilemma by clipping a vanity mirror on the visor.  I don't have kids travelling but if I did, a mirror would be quite valuable to have in one form or another.

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 on: October 30, 2014, 12:12:59 pm 
Started by Dick & Trish - Last post by GoPhoenix
The rearview mirror is pretty much useless as a mirror, but ours has a compass and outdoor thermometer.  So it's pretty useful.  Wouldn't want to be without it.   nod

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 on: October 30, 2014, 11:24:23 am 
Started by Johnny&Vicki.O - Last post by Barry-Sue
Johnny and Vicki

I have sold all kinds of things on CRAIGSLIST including the sofa and the factory radio out of our 2551.  It is easy to establish a listing and there is no need to create an account.  As with anything on the internet you must be careful and watch out for scammers.

Here is a link to CRAIGSLIST.ORG help page:  http://www.craigslist.org/about/help/

The help page on "how to post" will guide you through the process.


Barry

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 on: October 30, 2014, 10:55:51 am 
Started by Dick & Trish - Last post by TomHanlon
Dick did you get your camera fixed? I am wondering what was wrong with it.

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 on: October 30, 2014, 10:03:25 am 
Started by David J. Rotelle - Last post by frecklestweety
Sitting at my desk on the phone and just watched a beautiful Phoenix Cruiser drive by... looked like a 2350 in desert sand on the Sprinter chassis.
Would love to know if there is another Cruiser owner in the neighborhood?? The coach was traveling on route 322 east in Honey Brook PA.

Dave
Honey Brook, Pa
Not sure if it was me but I was at Miller's RV in Honey Brook on Tues.21st get my 2010 2551 winterized  around 10:30 that morning.   Miller's are nice people to deal with and happy with their service.

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 on: October 29, 2014, 07:50:32 pm 
Started by aimee - Last post by Benny820
Thank you and long, happy travels. ThankYou

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