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Old 07-18-2014, 11:17 PM   #1
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Hello all... and friend of mine came across the job of cleaning up an old farm..on the farm there was a 91 t2363. He told me if i could get it out there i could do what ever i pleased....i hooked up to my truck and all 4 tires spun smoothly the electric brakes and all the lights worked after 10-15 years..i brought her home got her all cleaned up and now just exploring...If anyone has any words of advice or wisdom it would be greatly apreciated. Thank you all
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Collins6754, good luck and hope everything goes well for you, and also I'm new to the RV world just got my 1999 sunline T-2363 3months ago and ready to take her out soon for the last time this year, could anyone help me by telling what kind of socket I need to drain the water, I don't really know if it a 1 1/16 and also tell me how to winterize it, i'll appreciated all you guys help.
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Old 07-19-2014, 11:03 AM   #3
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Do a search on winterizing, there will be many threads on the subject.
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Tires on any trailer age out in 4-5 years and should be replaced ASAP regardless of how good the tread looks. Sitting on dirt and in the sun is especially bad. Park your new tires on a plank or square of outdoor plywood, never on dirt or asphalt (it's too hot) or concrete (leaches chemicals out of the tire, so I've been told, but not a problem on a car that gets far more regular use than a tt. Also, use white tire covers--never understood why they make black ones.

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Old 07-19-2014, 11:31 AM   #6
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"never understood why they make black ones."

Generally black is less inhibited by UV then white. That said, it also depends to what degree inhibitors are or aren't put into the plastic formula for any given application.
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Wow, that is truly the definition of a "barn find". Cool. If that coach has been inside that should have protected if from the #2 enemy of any Sunline, the sun. The # 1 enemy is water. Be sure to actively maintain any caulking issues on seems, windows and roof areas. Much information here on all these issues. Good luck.
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collins6754,

Welcome. Meant to say that earlier!

I would love to see pictures of your "new to you" T-2363.

I really like the 2363 floor plan and trailer size. I also really like the jalousie windows.
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I'm not sure why it posted doubles....she was a little rough but cleaned up very nicely
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Wow you did a great job she looks brand new, if you want to see mine go to picture update and mine says my 1999 sunline, ill show you the floor plan when I come back from camping because they are in the trailer in the campsite..
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Very nice job, my 2002 had a window in the bath room just to the left of the service light on the road side. Curious what that little window is on the top of the coach on the road side, is that in the bedroom or bath?
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That little window is in the bedroom at the loft bed
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Very nice job, my 2002 had a window in the bath room just to the left of the service light on the road side. Curious what that little window is on the top of the coach on the road side, is that in the bedroom or bath?
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Jay, they used to put those little windows both in bathrooms/showers as well as by cabinet beds.
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