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Old 09-08-2015, 08:03 PM   #1
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Picking up our new to us 2002 T-2670 Thursday

We took a trip to today to see a Sunline Solaris T2670. All in all the good outweighed the wee bit of bad. We think we'll hitting up this forum quite a bit to get everything in go mode.
Thanks to all that post the much sought after information. It takes time to prepare pics and text to go along with them.
Off to the files I go...
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Old 09-08-2015, 09:04 PM   #2
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Welcome to SOC! It's a great place to have your questions answered. Enjoy your 2670!
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Old 09-09-2015, 07:48 AM   #3
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Great - I just posted on your looking at post.....congrats on the new to you Sunny!
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Old 09-09-2015, 12:32 PM   #4
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Old 09-10-2015, 09:12 PM   #5
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Brought it home today

Of course it would rain today. I don't like towing in the rain, period. Didn't really have a choice so... We have a Travelstar 23RBS and I scavenged the WD hitch, battery, and battery box. Cleaned up the battery terminals and put it on charge. Loaded up a bunch of tools, if you don't take the kitchen sink, you'll need it. From our house the RV dealer about 45 - 50 min. The rain let up before I got there, good. I had taken the adjustable hitch apart the night before, lubed here and there and had it all ready to set up to the Sunline. All was going to plan, hitch was set. Now to the bars. Let's see, put the cam locks on and that will be done. Hmmm...oh man, rats. The frame on the Travelstar was a box frame whereas the Sunline is channel. The bolts were way too short, I tried to fandangel a work around, not happening. Oh well, I sat er down on the hitch and it was good to go anyway. No hiway driving, take my time, no rush, we're good. OK, get the battery and box ready to be strapped on, slide on over and get the temp tag and away we go. Not yet weedhopper, yes folks I forgot the battery. I grabbed the temp tag, put it on, shook hands with guys, and he says, " at least it stopped raining ". I'm thinking really, you had to say that. Yep, I didn't have enough time to walk from the back of the trailer to the drivers seat and it was raining. I seriously took my time, stopped a few times making sure it was good. The trip was good, some rain some heavy but all in all it's home.
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Old 09-10-2015, 09:19 PM   #6
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A big find, I think so anyway

There are so many places to put stuff inside, I restarted my search in the cupboards, drawers, and closets?. Hot dog, bingo, tada, I found all the literature that came with the trailer.

Now I need to figure out how to replace the AC. And during my search I discovered that the Frig. is one under the recall. Not sure how to handle it but I guess I'll keep searching for answers.
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Old 09-11-2015, 05:33 AM   #7
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Looks like a really nice unit! Wishing you good luck with it and many great memories!
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Old 09-11-2015, 04:34 PM   #8
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Thanks. There is a list of little things it needs, some here or there's, and what not. We were told the AC didn't work when we bought it. Keeping fingers crossed when we brought it home, that maybe it needed a little prodding, maybe a loose wire, etc. The AC unit on our Travelstar didn't want to go a couple of years ago. I gave the fan a spin from up top and it's been fine since then.
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Congrats, and welcome to the group. We picked up a 2003 T2475 a couple years ago, and have been loving it ever since.
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Old 09-13-2015, 11:04 PM   #10
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That's a great looking unit. I really like the layout. Are those bunk beds?
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Old 09-14-2015, 05:34 AM   #11
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Yes, there are bunks in the back. Queen in the front.
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Hello! I see your posts are from 2015. I just bought else same model. It looks exactly like your pictures. DO You still have yours?
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Old 05-16-2017, 09:32 AM   #13
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We still have ours and love it. It is built well, tows well, and is roomy. The only thing we don't care for is the couch, the orientation mostly. We traded up from a Starcraft 23RBS, a hybrid(flop out ends like a popup). We made three big trips around the country trips in it. We discovered a Sunline model we would like even more. It's pretty much the same size but with a front kitchen, slide out for kit table and couch, walk through bath to the nice size master in the back. With just the two of us now the latter model would be perfect. Gives you a little living room, more space in the bath. Oh, make sure the frig vent and other roof accesses points are well sealed. You can't just use any old silicone from the box stores, the roof material requires some special stuff. Do a search you'll see what I mean. Have fun. Craigslist link to a Sunline I mentioned above. Too much money but we would love that layout. https://richmond.craigslist.org/rvs/6131680314.html
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We are having to replace our ac. : (
We have had the fridge on for several weeks and seems to work fine. We removed the bunk beds to make a larger closet. We removed the sofa/bed and put a fixed board in with a five inch foam that will serve as bed/sofa. I'll post pics of all of these later. Daddy wants to coat the roof with something. I'm gonna do a post about that also. We hope to be living full-time in this by August in Central Florida. We can't do that unless and until we have working ac! Unit is supposed to come on Thu. 7/ 13/17.
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