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Old 09-06-2010, 09:51 AM   #1
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Ready for first adventure!

My husband and I just bought our first Sunline a few months ago. It is a 1986 - 22' Satellite T2251. They even still had the owners manual and all of the paperwork. We got a great deal on it, only paid $500. It was well cared for and seemed like all was fine with it. Everything had been tested except the gas and all worked well. Once we had a chance to get a closer look we noticed a few things that were wrong. A small leak in the front corner, another in the bathroom, the refrigerator didn't work and there was a soft spot in the floor. Nothing too major, nothing that couldn't be fixed. We decided to do some cosmetic work as well, so we (he) replaced the wet spots in the floor and wall, retiled the floor, replaced the refrigerator with an electric one, painted the walls, painted the bathtub and toilet with bath paint (looks brand new), replaced the microwave, new battery, new hoses, new water tank, new brakes, new awning parts, new curtains, new lights, new bathroom vent, new screening, painted window trim and a few other things. Now we are ready to take it out for it's first adventure!! Very excited!!
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My husband and I just bought our first Sunline a few months ago. It is a 1986 - 22' Satellite T2251. They even still had the owners manual and all of the paperwork. We got a great deal on it, only paid $500. It was well cared for and seemed like all was fine with it. Everything had been tested except the gas and all worked well. Once we had a chance to get a closer look we noticed a few things that were wrong. A small leak in the front corner, another in the bathroom, the refrigerator didn't work and there was a soft spot in the floor. Nothing too major, nothing that couldn't be fixed. We decided to do some cosmetic work as well, so we (he) replaced the wet spots in the floor and wall, retiled the floor, replaced the refrigerator with an electric one, painted the walls, painted the bathtub and toilet with bath paint (looks brand new), replaced the microwave, new battery, new hoses, new water tank, new brakes, new awning parts, new curtains, new lights, new bathroom vent, new screening, painted window trim and a few other things. Now we are ready to take it out for it's first adventure!! Very excited!!

PICTURES - PICTURES - WE LOVE PICTURES!!!!!

Oh and welcome to the club....great bunch of people here...always willing to help if you have a question or problem.......oh did I mention that we like to see pictures???
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Hi leolyin

Congrats on your new "total make over" coach!!! WOW, glad "he" is handy!!!!

Enjoy your new camper. They are addicting.

And yes, we do like pics!!!

Happy camping and Welcome to Sunline Owners Club

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