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Old 08-25-2010, 07:50 AM   #1
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Me and my TT..and wife...and kids

Hello all, figured since I was already asking for help in other areas I should introduce myself. We have just bought our first TT, a 1995 Solaris T-2251. It is in excellent shape with only a small tear in the vinyl floor, everything else appears to function and look great.
I am retired from the US Army, married and have three children, one boy (9), and two girls (7 & 5). I know, I started a little late but depending on the time of day they are the apples of my eye or the bane of my existence but mostly they fall in the apple category. We have always camped, but in tents...we needed to move up because these bones can no longer handle the hard ground and for some reason the air mattresses they make now days don't seem to hold as much weight at they used too.

Edit: Sorry forgot to add the VIN: #### 1995 Sunline Trailor Coach
It appears that I also have most every manual that came with this when
new so if something is needed or if you want me to send copies let me know.
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Old 08-25-2010, 08:49 AM   #2
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Welcome Aac1431,
It is good to see another Michigan member join on, I love my Sunline, it's is only a T-1850 but it fits us just fine, I had to "tent" it last weekend, boy oh boy, I think I am still sore from that thing they call an "air mattress" . Anyway ,don't let me gripe to you, Enjoy your Sunline, and WELCOME!!! P.S. You wouldn't believe how you "look" for other Sunlines now!!
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Old 08-25-2010, 09:07 AM   #3
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Welcome Aac1431...you'll find this an accomidating place to get Sunline info...If you want to go by Aac1431 it's fine, but I'd call you Joe or John or Charlie or whatever is your actual name which would make me feel all fuzzy...

I envy you the convenience of the Upper Peninsula and it's great camping potential. Best of luck to you.

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Old 08-25-2010, 09:38 AM   #4
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Boy I need to edit my first post again! The name is Richard and I usually sign my posts that way....must have been so excited to introduce myself I forgot.

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Weclome Richard and family!!

Glad you found us. I can relate to the ground experaince and is why DW did not want to go tent camping any more. However she has no issue now going in the Sunny!!!

Good luck with your new camper and if you find you need some help with something not working right, ask away. Some here can generally help point you in the right direction.

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.... and for some reason the air mattresses they make now days don't seem to hold as much weight at they used too. ....
You noticed that too, I thought it was just me.

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