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Old 03-01-2007, 12:55 PM   #1
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Sewer-line storage on (our) Que SE

Folks....

Well, 5 days into a 15-day PA-FL-PA shakedown with the Que, and only one* significant design glitch has surfaced.
==>The sewer-hose holder mounted under the trailer on the streetside front will hold a sewer hose.....but the diameter of the pipe used won't accept the sewer hose fixtures we necessarily attach to the hose to put it to use! Pfui!
Anyway, I plan to replace their pipe/door fixture with one made from a vinyl cover for 4x4" fenceposts .... available @ Home Depot or Lowes. That'll provide plenty of room for the fixtures.
==> * I'm not certain if the Chinese-manufactured Mission tires which Sunline put on the Que are a problem or not..[ do a search on www.rv.net on the subject of Mission Tires and read the dialog ]. I'm planning to watch my tire pressures very carefully.

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Old 03-01-2007, 01:59 PM   #2
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Husband is working at home today, but is now about to go out to the QUE to check out this delema. How is it working otherwise? Does it sleep OK ?
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Old 03-01-2007, 03:33 PM   #3
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Pam....
It sleeps just fine, as long as (if you're the person by the wall) you're not over 5'll' tall. Otherwise you'll be propping the soles of your feet against the closet (I'm 5'9").
I suspect that I'll have to eventually reinforce the mounting of that outer prop assembly on the slider for the bed. Mine is attached by only 3 screws.
Naturally, I'm finding small things to tinker with....but nothing earth-shaking.

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