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Old 04-29-2007, 11:09 AM   #1
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First trip

Just finished our shake down trip with the new 264sr. Everything went well except we couldn't get the fresh water tank to fill more than 1/3. After further investigation I found the vent hose has a kink in it not allowing the air to purge from the tank. Don't know if I can get the kink out or if I'll have to replace the hose. Saw 5 other Sunlines at the campground. 4 were seasonal, and the other 1 was only there for the weekend. They saw us pull in and came right over to see our coach. Said they had 2 previous trailers but after seeing a Sunline at an RV show, they knew that was the trailer they wanted.

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Old 04-29-2007, 07:31 PM   #2
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Glad things went well on your first trip. We also did our first trip this weekend in the Adirondack Mtns with our 289. Found a couple minor issues that will be easy to fix. It was very enjoyable with the great view from our rear window even though the weather was uncooperative. I also had a water issue but after a few gallons dumped on the ground I realized the drain valves were open. We're anxious to go again soon.


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Old 04-29-2007, 08:58 PM   #3
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Glad your trip went well.

The first few times, it always a learning experience. Then things settle in for a while and then you start learning really new things....

I always liked the 264SR. It's a popular layout. However it will not fit in my outbuilding, if it would, I might even been thinking harder on it. It is over 10 feet tall with the slide and will not get in my 121" opening.

Good luck and happy camping.
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