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Southeast Camping

Hello all. I go by Shorty and I live in Northern Alabama. I own a 1999 Coach House 192KS (Class B). I am new to this forum and have all ready gleaned a plethora of information. The reason for this post is to see if any members are up for an informal get together in the near future? I'm looking at perhaps as early as December? Like many of you, I am retired and as I say "everyday is a Saturday." So I am flexible with dates. I usually camp in Corps of Engineer (COE) Camp Grounds given their…


Posted on September 4, 2014 at 7:34am — 1 Comment

Final Cab Carpet Install Pics

Hello all. Finally after much belly aching and cussin, I got the front cab carpet replaced. I took a chance on an add on ebay and ordered a molded carpet kit (~$107.00), which was not supposed to fit my vehicle according to the manufacturer but it did. Go…


Posted on September 3, 2014 at 7:30am

Looking for leads...

Hello. I come to this blog with hat in hand. I recently purchased a one owner, low mileage (<59K), gently used 1999 Coach House 192 KS Class B. Being almost 15+ years old it came with some cosmetic warts but mechanically it is sound as a tank. I recently completed a round trip to Southern Utah and back without incidents of any kind. As I indicated there were some cosmetic warts which I have corrected and/or mitigated. However I have one that I cannot seem to correct. The carpeting in the…


Posted on August 18, 2014 at 7:13am — 4 Comments

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