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Old 10-01-2007, 10:49 PM   #1
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Not what you ever want to see!!

While pulling over to snap a picture of the Two Harbors Lighthouse in Minnesota, I was walking back to the 2499 when I thought I heard a hissing sound coming from one of my tires.

Sure enough, upon closer inspection, I found a screw stuck in the tread. It was getting dark and I didnt want to be changing a flat, so I grabbed our plug kit out of the storage locker and yanked out the screw, and put in a plug.

While I was reaming out the hole, I looked at this sight you see here and thought, this has to be the worst sight I could think of, so of course I snapped a picture...LOL

Aired it back to 50psi, and found a campground before it got to dark and no worries. Cold Coors Light in hand, and I'm back to being a happy camper


2007 Sunline T-2499 4" Lift
Rigged Boondocking & Dry Camping

Pat & Cindy Bonish
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Old 10-04-2007, 09:10 AM   #2
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Thats a good idea, I'm going to grab a plug kit and through it in my tool kit.
Bob & Jen
Very UpState NY

1994 Sunline Solaris T2670
2002 2500HD Chev D-max
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